The Journal of Human Ecology and Sustainability (JHES) aims to publish interdisciplinary research on all aspects of human-environment interactions, community development, and other fields of social science that link with the people, organizations, and government to achieve human-ecological security. This peer-reviewed journal publishes original research, case studies, short communications, and research notes focusing on the development of theory and practice of human ecology in the Philippines and in the international setting.

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Human Ecology and Sustainability (JHES) aims to publish original articles, case studies, short communications, and review papers in the fields of human ecology and sustainability science. The JHES welcomes submissions on subject of the human-environment interaction.

The JHES accepts articles that include but not limited to the following subjects:

  1. Human nutrition and food
  2. Social development services
  3. Human development and family studies
  4. Human settlements planning
  5. Sustainable development goals (SDGs)

Call for Papers

The Journal of Human Ecology and Sustainability (JHES) is now accepting submissions on subject of the human-environment interaction. Case studies on the application of human ecological theories to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are highly encouraged.

JHES Special Issues

Technical Assistance Program in Human Settlements Planning (coming soon)

Latest Articles

Livelihood Vulnerability to the Hazards of Climate Change: The Case of Selected Coastal Communities in Virac, Catanduanes
Rowena T. Tablate
Food Neophobia and its Association with Nutritional Status and Diet Quality in Children Ages 2 to 5 in Barangay Gulang-gulang, Lucena City, Philippines
Brian Floyd Andrewmer B. Albitos; Aimee Sheree A. Barrion
“Who Are You Wearing?”: Comparative Analysis on the Awareness, Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Among Selected UPLB Students on Sustainable Fashion in Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
Makki Princess V. Malonzo; Emilia S. Visco; Dhino B. Geges
Prototyping the Design for “I See, I Think, and I Feel” Project: An SDG 10-Inspired Positive Psychology on Gay Narratives of Resiliency
Daryl Niko L. Cempron; Maria Fe Y. Gocotano
Family Resilience in the Context of Migration: Exploring the Lived Experience of Filipino Migrants’ School-Going Older Adolescent Children
Nepthaly Joel B. Botor
Qualitative analysis of acceptability of telenutrition among adult patients in IHNF Nutrition Wellness Clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic
Krecencia M. Cruz; Aiza M. Bernardo
Influences of wealth index, family size, food security, and diet diversity status in the growth of Filipino school-age children in farming households
Kim Leonard G. dela Luna, Ma. Theresa M. Talavera

Browse Articles

Livelihood Vulnerability to the Hazards of Climate Change: The Case of Selected Coastal Communities in Virac, Catanduanes
Rowena T. Tablate
Food Neophobia and its Association with Nutritional Status and Diet Quality in Children Ages 2 to 5 in Barangay Gulang-gulang, Lucena City, Philippines
Brian Floyd Andrewmer B. Albitos; Aimee Sheree A. Barrion
“Who Are You Wearing?”: Comparative Analysis on the Awareness, Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Among Selected UPLB Students on Sustainable Fashion in Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
Makki Princess V. Malonzo; Emilia S. Visco; Dhino B. Geges