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The International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability

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An international cross-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the understanding of sustainability in agriculture and food systems. The journal is designed to increase knowledge on what technologies and processes are contributing to agricultural sustainability, what policies, institutions and economic structure are preventing or promoting sustainability, and what relevant lessons should be learned.
Print ISSN:
1473-5903
Frequency:
Quarterly

Editorial board

Editor in Chief:
Prof Jules Pretty OBE, University of Essex, UK

Associate Editors:
Dr Jacqueline Ashby, CIAT, Columbia
Prof Michael M. Bell, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Dr Colin Sage, University College Cork, Republic of Ireland
Dr Camilla Toulmin, IIED, UK
Dr Stephen Twomlow, UNEP, Nairobi

Book Reviews Editor:
Dr Howard Lee, Hadlow College, UK

Editorial Board:
Prof Bill Adams, University of Cambridge, UK
Dr Conny Almekinders, Wageningen University, Netherlands
Jill S. Auburn, CSREES, USDA, Washington, USA
Prof Andrew Ball, Flinders University, Australia
Prof Richard Bawden, Michigan State University, USA and University of Western Sydney, Australia
Dr Andrew Bennett, Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture, Switzerland
Dr Amadou Diop, The Rodale Institute, USA
Dr John Dixon, CIMMYT, Mexico
Prof Thomas Dobbs, South Dakota State University, USA
Dr Frands Dolberg, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Dr Cheryl Doss, Yale University, USA
Dr Les Firbank, IGER, North Wyke, Devon, UK
Prof Cornelia Butler Flora, Iowa State University, USA
Prof Charles Francis, University of Nebraska, USA
Dr Michel Griffon, CIRAD, IEDES, France
Dr Keith Goulding, IACR Rothamsted, UK
Dr Julia Guivant, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Dr Phrek Gypmantasiri, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Prof Vardan Haykazyan, Armenian Agricultural Academy
Dr Peter Hazell, IFPRI, Washington DC
Dr Anne-Marie Izac, CGIAR Alliance Office, Rome
Dr P K Joshi, National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy Research, India
Dr Parviz Koohafkan, FAO, Rome, Italy
Prof Rattan Lal, Ohio State University, USA
Dr Nic Lampkin, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK
Prof Erik Mathijs, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
Dr Jeffery McNeely, IUCN Headquarters, Switzerland
Dr Joanne Millar, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Prof Joe Morris, Cranfield University, UK
Dr Neela Mukherjee, Development Tracks, India
Dr Rebecca Nelson, Cornell University, USA
Dr Hiltrud Nieberg, Federal Agricultural Research Centre (FAL), Germany
Dr Andrew Noble, IWMI Thailand
Prof Craig Pearson, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, Australia
Prof Avi Perevolotsky, The Agricultural Research Organization, Israel
Dr Sergio L G Pinheiro, Agricultural Research and Rural Extension Institution of Santa Catarina (Epagri), Brazil
Prof N H Ravindranath, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
Prof Tim Reeves, University of Melbourne, Australia
Prof Agnes C. Rola, UPLB, Philippines
Prof Niels Röling, Wageningen Agricultural University, Netherlands
Prof Sara Scherr, Ecoagriculture Partners, USA
Dr Tony Simons, The World Agroforestry Centre-ICRAF, Nairobi
Prof Pete Smith, University of Aberdeen, UK
Prof Mike Swift, France
Prof Thomas P Tomich, University of California, Davis, USA
Prof Norman Uphoff, Cornell University, USA
Dr Elske Van de Fliert, University of Queensland, Australia
Prof Vo-Tung Xuan, University of Cantho, Vietnam
Prof Hermann Waibel, University of Hannover, Germany
Prof Michael Winter, University of Exeter, UK
Prof Steve Wratten, Lincoln University, New Zealand
Dr Kana Yamada, Iwate Prefectural University, Japan

Abstracts and Indexing

AgBiotech News and Information
Agricola (Agricultural OnLine Access)

Agroforestry Abstracts (Online Edition)
Animal Breeding Abstracts
CAB Abstracts
CSA Human Population & Natural Resource Management
CSA Illustrata
CSA Sustainability Science Abstracts (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts)
Crop Physiology Abstracts
Dairy Science Abstracts
EBSCO
Field Crop Abstracts
Forest Products Abstracts
Forestry Abstracts
Global Health
Grasslands and Forage Abstracts
Horticultural Science Abstracts
Irrigation and Drainage Abstracts
Maize Abstracts Online
Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews
Organic Research Database
Pig News & Information
Plant Breeding Abstracts
Plant Genetic Resources Abstracts
Plant Growth Regulator Abstracts
Postharvest News and Information
Poultry Abstracts
Review of Aromatic and Medicinal Plants
Rice Abstracts
Rural Development Abstracts
Elsevier SCOPUS
Soils and Fertilizers
Swets Information Services
Weed Abstracts
Thomson Gale (Gale Group)

Wheat, Barley and Triticale Abstracts
World Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Abstracts

Aims and scope

The International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability (IJAS) is a cross-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the understanding of sustainability in agricultural and food systems. IJAS publishes both theoretical developments and critical appraisals of new evidence on what is not sustainable about current or past agricultural and food systems, as well as on transitions towards agricultural and rural sustainability at farm, community, regional, national and international levels, and through food supply chains. It is committed to clear and consistent use of language and logic, and the use of appropriate evidence to substantiate empirical statements.

IJAS increases knowledge on what technologies and processes are contributing to agricultural sustainability, what policies, institutions and economic structures are preventing or promoting sustainability, and what relevant lessons should be learned.

IJAS addresses agricultural sustainability directly and comprehensively. Papers published in the journal contribute to answering the questions: What makes agriculture more (or less) sustainable, how, and why?

IJAS covers both theoretical as well as more technical topics, but does not include coverage of technical experimental findings, derived from field or laboratory based studies, unless they explicitly and comprehensively discuss the sustainability aspects of the research.

Authors and researchers are strongly encouraged to take a look at previously published IJAS papers, available as free fulltext here for those without access to subscriptions.

Topics covered include:

  • Agriculture-Environment Interactions
  • Agriculture and Rural Economy Interactions
  • Institutional and Policy Issues
  • Technology Development
  • Food and Consumer Issues

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