Call for Papers - Topical Issue on "Reducing the use of agricultural pesticides in Southern countries: socio-technical barriers and levers"
- Published on 26 May 2023
L. Temple (Cirad), N. Jas (Inrae), F. Le Bellec (Cirad), JN. Aubertot (Inrae), O. Dangles (Ird), JP. Deguine (Cirad), C. Abadie (Cirad), E. Compaore Sawadogo (Inera, Burkina Faso), F. Cote (Cirad).
Deadline for abstract submission: 30 November 2023
Deadline for full submission: 30 April 2024
Call for Papers - Topical Issue on "Family Farming in the Transition towards Sustainable Society"
- Published on 23 November 2022
Aichi Gakuin University
Rome 3 University, International University College of Turin
Deadline for abstract submission: 9th December 2022
Deadline for full submission: 1st March 2023
Call for Papers - Topical Issue on "Which innovations for resilient cocoa farms"
- Published on 19 November 2021
International Cocoa Organization (ICCO)
GIZ GmhH - Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food Sector (GIC)
Deadline for full submission: 31th October 2022
Supporting Ukrainian Editorial Staff (SUES)
- Published on 11 May 2022
Supporting Ukrainian Editorial Staff (SUES) is an initiative by various European institutions, infrastructures, and organizations (Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences [IBL-PAN, OPERAS], Directory of Open Access Journals [DOAJ], Directory of Open Access Books [DOAB], Electronic Information for Libraries [EIFL], Association of European University Presses [AEUP]), as well as a number of French scientific publishers, aimed at supporting scientific communication in Ukraine and helping scholarly journals and academic publishers to continue their publishing activities.
2020 Journal Impact Factor: Increase for Cahiers Agricultures
- Published on 27 July 2021
Cahiers Agricultures is pleased to share the good news that the Journal Citation Reports™, released recently by Clarivate Analytics, show its 2020 Journal Impact Factor™ has increased by 37% from 0.770 to 1.053. This takes it above 1.000 for the first time. In addition, its current CiteScore is 1.7.