About the Journal
Welcome to the Peatland Agriculture and Climate Change Journal, a dynamic platform dedicated to advancing knowledge and fostering dialogue on sustainable practices within peatland ecosystems amidst the challenges posed by climate change. Our journal serves as a nexus for researchers, academics, policymakers, and practitioners to delve into the intricate dynamics of peatland agriculture, environmental impact, and climate change adaptation.
Key Focus Areas:
- Sustainable Peatland Agriculture: Delving into innovative techniques and practices that promote the sustainability of agricultural activities in peatland regions while preserving ecosystem integrity.
- Climate Change Impacts on Peatland Ecosystems: Investigating the multifaceted impacts of climate change on peatland ecosystems, ranging from altered hydrological patterns to shifts in vegetation dynamics.
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Peatlands: Examining the sources, mechanisms, and mitigation strategies concerning greenhouse gas emissions, particularly carbon dioxide and methane, originating from peatland environments.
- Land Use Change and Its Consequences: Assessing the ramifications of land use changes, such as deforestation, drainage, and conversion for agricultural purposes, on peatland ecosystems and their resilience to climate change.
- Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Exploring adaptive measures and mitigation strategies to bolster the resilience of peatland agriculture in the face of climate change-induced challenges.
- Biodiversity Conservation in Peatland Environments: Addressing the conservation of biodiversity hotspots within peatland ecosystems and elucidating their role in ecosystem functioning and resilience.
- Policy and Governance in Peatland Agriculture: Analyzing policy frameworks, governance structures, and institutional arrangements aimed at promoting sustainable peatland management and mitigating adverse environmental impacts.