In accordance with the BOAI definition of open access an initiative was taken in 2001 which aims to provide the public with unrestricted and free access to scholarly research. In general, open access stands for the free and permanent access to published research followed by clear guidelines for readers to share and use the content.
Energy, Environment and Health Conservation (EEHC) is identified as an open access journal which means all the articles are freely available to read, download and share.
We follow ethical publishing guidelines defined by Directory of Open Access (DOAJ) and Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) all the articles in EEHC are open access, freely available, published and distributed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.. As per the open access policy, all the scientific content published is accessible without any restriction or charges by readers. In order to support open access initiative, APC is imposed for manuscript submission instead of charging any fee to the users to read the published content.
We do not imply any submission charges but applies only processing charges. The readers from the world are allowed unrestricted access to full articles. By allowing articles access open the citations can be increased which impact its importance in the scientific literature.