The Brazilian Journal of Environmental Sciences (RBCIAMB) is an interdisciplinary journal concerned with the ecological, environmental, territorial, social, cultural, economic and political aspects of sustainability and environmental sciences. It is a space for the exchange of ideas, information, knowledge and technology, from the diverse perspectives and disciplines which must be combined to formulate effective solutions aiming at sustainable development. From the interdisciplinarity perspective, the journal examines issues in natural resources, environmental conservation, water resources, waste management, environmental and clean technologies, environmental management, social perception, environmental education, urban development, environmental health, public policies, sustainable agriculture, among other topics associated with the sustainability. The interinstitutional coproduction’s, involving national or foreign institutions, are especially welcome.

RBCIAMB is a quarterly publication, edited by the Brazilian Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (ABES). Publishes original and complete articles, with peer review.

RBCIAMB - ISSN 2176-9478 - Ahead of Print (AOP)

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Published: 2022-05-18

Priority pesticides not covered by GM Ordinance of the Ministry of Health No. 888, of 2021, on water potability standard in Brazil

Beatriz Corrêa Thomé de Deus, Emanuel Manfred Freire Brandt, Renata de Oliveira Pereira

1-12

Critical assessment of restrictive socioeconomic measures taken during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and their impact on air quality worldwide

Anna De Falco, Luciana Maria Baptista Ventura, Eduarda Santa-Helena, Guilherme Carneiro Meziat, Lígia Campos de Souza e Silva, Marcos Felipe de Souza Pedreira, Adriana Gioda

1-15

Contributions of the periphyton to the growth of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fingerlings on different fixation substrates: an ecological approach

Ynaê Paula Schroder Rosa, Márcia Regina Russo, Luis Antônio Kioshi Aoki Inoue, Lidiany Doreto Cavalcanti

1-10

Remotely piloted aircraft-based landfill monitoring

Mariana Bonella Cunha, Idelgardis Bertol, André Leonardo Bortolotto Buck

1-13

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