Southern African Journal for Environmental Education

The Southern African Journal of Environmental Education (SAJEE) is a DHET accredited and an internationally refereed journal published by the Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa (EEASA), and hosted on African Journals Online.

The SAJEE aims to publish and report on a wide range of aspects relating to Environmental Education, Ethics and Action in southern Africa and elsewhere. The journal seeks to further the study and practice of environmental education by providing a forum for researchers, scholars, practitioners and policy makers. The journal aims to carry papers reflecting the diversity of environmental education practice in southern Africa, and includes conference reviews and keynote papers, retrospective analyses of activities or trends in a particular field, commentaries on policy issues, comparative aspects of an environmental education, environmental ethics or environmental action issue, and critical reviews of environmental education, ethics and action in a particular country or context.

Please visit the journal website to access the freely available archival of publications, the Editorial Policy and the Author Guidelines.

To see the Editorial Policy and Guidelines click here.

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

In January 2020 SAJEE was accepted for indexing on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). The DOAJ is an independent database of open access journals focused on fields of Science, Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences and Humanities. It originates from the first Nordic Conference on Scholarly Communication in 2002. The database was initially maintained by Lund University, after which the Infrastructure Services for Open Access assumed management of this international resource.  All 36 volumes of SAJEE are now indexed on DOAJ for further dissemination and reach in readership on an open-access basis. SAJEE is what is known as a “diamond open access” journal, meaning neither authors nor readers have to pay to publish or read the works in the journal. For this we have EEASA to thank, the tireless work of the team members, and the free platform provided by the African Journals Online, which is also sponsored by Scandinavian donors.