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ISSN No: 2582-5283

We are pleased to announce that the DOI prefix for International Journal of Environment and Health Sciences is now available from Crossref, the official Digital Object Identifier (DOI) Registration Agency: 10.47062, Publication Fee is Waived Till Dec-2020

Editor-in-Chief: Kshipra Misra
Former Additional Director,
Defence Institute of Physiology & Allied Sciences DRDO Delhi
From The Editor's Desk.

Advent of modern technologies is leading to persistent urbanization and capitalism which although favorable to mankind, have a plethora of environmental hazards accompany them. Air pollution, water contamination, greenhouse gas emissions, etc. are manmade tribulations that are leading to depletion of earth’s natural resources. Surveys suggest that availability of clean air and pure water will become the toughest real world challenge of mankind in the near future. Consequently, health perils linked to environmental risk factors are snowballing at an alarming rate. In this outlook, the necessity for propagating awareness for environmental sustainability is more now than ever before. Formation of regulatory bodies and authorities to disseminate societal alertness towards environmental safety is on the rise.

With this perspective, the International Journal of Environment and Health Sciences (IJEHS) proposes to provide a reliable platform to discuss technologies and strategiesformanagementofaforesaidenvironmentalmatters.IJEHShas beenlaunchedasapeer-reviewedquarterly journal that will be quintessential to academicians, industry professionals and researchers who are actively engaged in the areas of environmental issues and related healtheffects. We are pleased to inform that ISSN for IJEHS is now available as 2582-5283.

We invite original research articles, short communications and critical reviews directed towards an academic, clinical and industrial audience. The first section of the journal focuses on burning environmental issues like pollutants and their fate, waste management, resource conservation, remediation technologies, etc. The second section includes all topics relevant to physiological impact of environmental risk factors and application of alternative medicinal approaches as remedial measures. Detailed scope can be found in the home page of the journal (www.stenvironment.org). Notes on development of any novel and validated strategy or tool to address environmental challenges arewelcome. Discussion on proceedings of conferences conducted around an environmental theme will also be considered.All submissions will be meticulously scrutinized by pioneers in the field to ensure publication of only article so high quality and relevance. Authors are requested to take special precautions to avert plagiarism and redundancy.

It is high time that we realize the gravity of circumstances and take potent steps to undo the adversities already triggered. The time is now and the place is here. With this, I wish all our readers a Very Happy New Year, 2020 and I hope our audience and patrons shall come together in this effort to promulgate their part in resurrecting our valuable environment.

Dr. Kshipra Misra

Editor-in-Chief

International Journal of Environment and Health Sciences

AIMS & SCOPE

A persistent necessity for global awareness of the environmental problems and associated health concerns has given rise to forums and regulatory bodies to ensure environmental safety. The International Journal of Environment and Health Sciences aims at providing a platform to discuss technologies and strategies for management of such environmental issues.

Volume 2, Issue 2

BIO-SUCCINIC ACID: AN ENVIRONMENTFRIENDLY PLATFORM CHEMICAL -Sumit Sharma1, Saurabh Jyoti Sarma1*, Satinder Kaur Brar2,3

ISOLATION, IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF SERRATIA MARCESCENS STRAIN NMRL65 AN OPPORTUNISTIC HUMAN PATHOGEN FROM THE SPOILED COCONUT -Rajamani Mohanram1*, Murlidhar J Mendki1, Susan Titus1

ISOLATION OF FUNGUS FROM ROOTS OF WATER HYACINTH AND CELLULASE PRODUCTION BY THE MICROORGANISM FROM CARDBOARD WASTE -Sumit Sharma1, Saurabh Jyoti Sarma1*, Satinder Kaur Brar2,3

VASCULAR DISEASES AND ROLE OF NITRIC OXIDE1 -Kushal Chakraborty1, Md. Iqbal Alam2, Gausal Azam Khan1*

EXPLORING INDIAN TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL SOURCES AS PROPHYLACTIC STRATEGY AGAINST COVID-19 -Jigni Mishra1 and Kshipra Misra1*