International Journal of Environmental Protection          
An Open Access Journal
ISSN: 2226-6437(Print)      ISSN: 2224-7777(Online)
Frequency: Annually
Editorial-in-Chief: Prof. Kevin Mickus,
Missouri University of Science & Technology, USA.

About the Journal

International Journal of Environmental Protection (IJEP) is an uprising peer-reviewed, free-access international journal, devoted to supporting a global exchange of knowledge of environmental protection. Moreover, special issues of IJEP may be dedicated to publish all or selected papers presented at international conferences or other scientific meetings.

Strengths
1. The full-text versions of each article can be downloaded for free.
2. IJEP has the resources on hand to publish papers quickly and efficiently.
3. It enjoys wide readership, and open access publishing can significantly improve the number of paper cites.

Journal news:
1, IJEP now is a member of CrossRef and has joined CrossCheck to fight against plagiarism. Ensure high ethical standards for all of the submitted papers.
2, IJEP to be indexed by EBSCO
International Journal of Environmental Protection has been selected for indexing by EBSCO, and papers of IJEP will be included in due course, normally within several months.
3, IJEP to be indexed by ProQuest
International Journal of Environmental Protection has been selected for indexing by ProQuest, and papers of IJEP will be included in due course, normally within several months.
4, IJEP to be indexed by Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI)
Protection has been selected for indexing by DRJI, and papers of IJEP will be included in due course, normally within several months.

Index:                         
Current Issue
Mainstreaming Green Infrastructure Elements into the Design of Public Road Reserves: Challenges for Road Authorities
John Black1, Kam Tara2, Parisa Pakzad3
1.Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies (IES) Network, UNSW Australia, Sydney NSW 2052, Australia
2.Urban Research and Planning (URaP) Pty Ltd, St Leonards, NSW 2065, Australia
3.Faculty of the Built Environment, Australia, Sydney NSW 2052, Australia
Abstract | References Full Paper: PDF (Size:6352KB), pp.1-8, Pub. Date: 2016- 01-04
DOI:10.5963/IJEP0601001

The Potential of Abelmoschus esculentus in EDTA-Asssisted Phytoextraction of Heavy Metals from Soil of Bashiri Dumpsite, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria
Awokunmi E. E.1
1.Department of Chemistry, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria
Abstract | References Full Paper: PDF (Size:40KB), pp.9-14, Pub. Date: 2016- 01-04
DOI:10.5963/IJEP0601002

Health Impairments, Annoyance and Learning Disorders Caused by Aircraft Noise-Synopsis of the State of Current Noise Research
Martin Kaltenbach1, Christian Maschke2, Franziska He?3, Hildegard Niemann4, Martin Führ5
1.Prof. Dr. med. Martin Kaltenbach former Dir. Cardiology, University Hospital Frankfurt, Germany
2.Dr.-Ing. habil Christian Maschke, Head of division aircraft noise, Office for the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection, Potsdam, Germany
3.Franziska Hess, specialist lawyer for administrative law, law firm Baumann, Leipzig, Germany
4.Dr. Hildegard Niemann former executive board, Innovation Center Technologies for Health and Foods (IGE), Technical University Berlin, Germany
5.Prof. Dr. Martin Führ, Professorship of environmental law, University of applied sciences Darmstadt, Germany
Abstract | References Full Paper: PDF (Size:2121KB), pp.15-46, Pub. Date: 2016- 01-04
DOI:10.5963/IJEP0601003

Using Extracellular Enzyme Activity as a Pollutant Indicator: a Field Study in Chinchiná River, Caldas – Colombia
Marco Tulio Jaramillo Salazar1, Néstor Jaime Aguirre Ramírez2, Jhon Henry Galvis García1
1.Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Caldas, GEAAS Group, Manizales, The Republic of Colombia
2.Faculty of Engineering, University of Antioquia, GEOLIMNA Group, Medellín, The Republic of Colombia
Abstract | References Full Paper: PDF (Size:1040KB), pp.47-59, Pub. Date: 2016- 01-04
DOI:10.5963/IJEP0601004