Today, Oryx covers a wide range of topics, including biodiversity conservation, conservation policy and sustainable use, and the interactions of these matters with social, economic and political issues. The journal has a particular interest in material with the potential to improve conservation management and practice.
Our Oryx editorial team also supports the publishing and communication aspirations of conservation practitioners and researchers around the world, and helps build capacity for conservation – something that makes this journal unique.
As part of this, the team provides recommendations for the best free analysis and writing tools, advice on how to access Oryx in countries with developing and emerging economies, and detailed support for submitting articles. The team also offers Writing for Conservation workshops for conservation practitioners and researchers, taking participants through the gruelling process of turning great conservation research into first-class manuscripts ready for peer review in a conservation science journal. Visit the Oryx website to learn more.