Oryx – The International Journal of Conservation is to become fully open access from January 1, 2021, making it free to read by anyone with an internet connection, anywhere in the world.
New research submitted after August 1 will be published Open Access from next year. Thanks to a grant from long-time supporter, The Rufford Foundation, unfunded authors will benefit from a generous APC (article processing charge) waiver policy. The support of the Rufford Foundation has also enabled all past content dating back to 1950 to be made freely available.
Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the wildlife conservation charity, Fauna & Flora International, Oryx is the world’s longest running conservation journal – and one of its most renowned. Today, it is a go-to publication for anyone interested in biodiversity conservation, conservation policy and related social, economic and political issues.
To ensure Oryx continues to support its broad and diverse author community, there will be automatic discounts and waivers to publishing fees for researchers from developing countries, based on the Research4Life eligibility list. In addition, authors from institutions covered by one of Cambridge University Press’s Open Access Read & Publish deals will be able to publish free of charge.
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