About the Journal

The Journal of Critical Ecology (JCRECO) serves as a dynamic platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to engage in critical discourse on ecological issues spanning across various disciplines. At its core, JCRECO is committed to fostering a deeper understanding of the intricate relationships between humans and the environment, acknowledging the urgency of addressing contemporary ecological challenges through interdisciplinary lenses.

JCRECO welcomes contributions that delve into diverse ecological themes, including but not limited to biodiversity conservation, ecosystem dynamics, sustainable development, environmental justice, climate change mitigation and adaptation, socio-ecological systems, and the intersections of ecology with economics, politics, culture, and ethics. By embracing a critical approach, the journal encourages innovative perspectives, theoretical insights, empirical research, and practical solutions aimed at advancing ecological knowledge and promoting sustainability.

Through rigorous peer review and scholarly dialogue, JCRECO strives to facilitate the exchange of ideas, methodologies, and best practices among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and activists working towards a more sustainable and just future. By promoting critical reflection, interdisciplinary collaboration, and actionable insights, the journal aims to catalyze positive change and contribute to the global effort of nurturing thriving ecosystems and equitable societies.