About the Journal

The Journal of Environment and Geography Education (JEGEO) is a globally recognized platform dedicated to fostering discourse and disseminating knowledge on pivotal issues at the intersection of environmental studies, spatial-temporal dynamics, regional analyses, and geography education. With a commitment to openness and accessibility, JEGEO serves as a beacon for scholars, educators, and practitioners seeking to engage with contemporary challenges and innovative pedagogical approaches in these interconnected fields.

At its core, JEGEO endeavors to advance understanding and awareness of the intricate relationships between human societies and their environments. Through the lens of geography education, the journal explores diverse landscapes, ecosystems, and human interactions, offering insights into the complex dynamics shaping our world. By facilitating rigorous research and critical discourse, JEGEO aims to inform policy, inspire effective teaching practices, and empower individuals to become informed stewards of their environments.

With biannual publication cycles in June and November, JEGEO provides a dynamic platform for the exchange of cutting-edge research findings, theoretical perspectives, and practical insights. Its diverse content encompasses a wide range of topics, including environmental sustainability, spatial analysis, cultural geography, climate change education, and more. By welcoming contributions from scholars across disciplines and geographical boundaries, JEGEO fosters interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration, enriching the scholarly community and driving progress in environmental and geography education.

Journal of Environment and Geography Education (JEGEO) is an international and open-access journal concerned with environmental, spatial-temporal, regional, and geography education issues. It publishes original research papers and critical reviews. JEGEO publishes twice a year (June and November).