Publication Ethics

Conflict of interests

Corresponding authors, on behalf of all the authors of a submission, must disclose any financial and personal relationships with other people or organizations that could inappropriately influence (bias) their work. Examples of potential conflicts of interest include employment, consultancies, honoraria, paid expert testimony, and grants or other funding. 

Plagiarism policy

Plagiarism is a serious breach in science. All papers submitted to Environmental Governance are screened using Anti-Plagiarism Software Turnitin to check the authenticity of articles. Authors are requested to check plagiarism at their end also to avoid any unpleasant situation. Please respect the work of other researchers by proper quotation and citation in your article. Please inform us with proper evidence for corrective measures. Contact us immediately in case of plagiarism related queries.

Author contributions

For transparency, we require corresponding authors to provide co-author contributions to the manuscript. The roles of authors may include: Conceptualization, Data collection; Data analysis; Writing of original draft; Revision of the manuscript; Review and editing; Final approval of the version to be published; Supervision; Funding acquisition. Note that not all roles may apply to every manuscript, and authors may have contributed through multiple roles.