Journal Policies

Journal Policies on Conflict of Interest / competing Interests

      Conflict of interest often referred to as 'competitive considerations' arise where problems outside of science can fairly be viewed as affecting the neutrality, objective nature, or evaluation of the work. It can happen at any point of the study cycle, including during the experimental period, when a manuscript is written, or when a manuscript becomes a published item. If uncertain, announce a possible involvement or talk to the editorial office. Unreported dispute submissions that would subsequently be disclosed will be denied. It may take a re-evaluation of published papers. In case of conflict of interest, where there is a mismatch between the submitted paper and the scope of the journal, the removal of the author(s) name may occur if reported by any of the author(s). 

Data Sharing and Reproducibility

     Publishing authors will share in many ways in their study Green Publication.  Researchers with open access to Green Publication can also share this information. Authors are still able to share their published the article anywhere. A big concept of the scientific method is reproducibility. It is necessary to achieve again with a high degree of consensus the results produced by the experiment or retrospective analysis, as the study is repeated by various researchers in Green Publication using the same technique. It can only be accepted as scientific knowledge after one or more such active replications.

Data Sharing Policy

            Any research journal submitted to a Green Publication must include a Data Availability Statement. The criteria for data sharing are determined by the Journal's policy. There are many advantages to sharing the complete data sets that underpin the results article. It encourages teamwork thus allowing for reuse and reducing research waste. Greater accountability boosts study findings' credibility by allowing them to be independently confirmed. Green Publication is dedicated to a more accessible research landscape that enables reproducibility and verification of results, methodology, and reporting standards, allowing for faster and more efficient research discovery.

Open Access Policy

            All research papers published in Green Publication Open Access journals are completely open in access: you can read, view, and share them right away. Journal is written under a Creative Commons license, which allows them to be used, distributed, and reproduced in any format as long as the original work is properly cited. The informative journal standards are something we are committed to. For a large number of journals in our portfolio, we're testing ground-breaking journal status. We want to give researchers as many open access publishing options as they do subscription publishing options, reflecting our belief in author autonomy. Green Publications believes that open access to publicly funded science, including research results, is critical to addressing the issues facing researchers.

Green Publication's open access policy aims to ensure that the published results of its activities are freely accessible and reusable by the general public as a fundamental part of its mission.

Advertising Policy

          Green Publication retains the right to accept or reject an advertisement at our discretion, such as ads that harm our relationship with our users or promote content, services, or activities that violate our competitive position, preferences, or advertising policy. Both commercially funded publications and ads are separate from editorial decisions. Any services labeled as an advertisement or advertised by a sponsor in Green Publication are not endorsed by Green Publication. Commercial or financial interests, as well as any particular relationships with advertising clients or sponsors, have no bearing on editorial material.

Policy for Screening Plagiarism

           Green Publication ensures the purity of its publications. Plagiarism must be avoided in all manuscripts. It is recommended that all writers use plagiarism identification software to search for similarities. The plagiarism identification of papers in this journal is verified by editors using Turnitin software. Green Publication aims to publish in an academically sound way. Significant copying entails an author reproducing a significant portion of another author's work without authorization, acknowledgment, or citation. The word significant can be interpreted in terms of both quality and quantity, and it is often used in the sense of intellectual property.

Archiving Strategy

              The Green Publication's entire material is available as an Open Archive. For copyright and licensing, Green Publication adheres to the Open Archive Policy. Researchers must properly cite the author(s) and journal name if they use or reproduce material from this website. Authors of articles published in Green Publisher journals may self-archive the submitted version of their article at any time, and after an embargo period, they may self-archive the approved version. Green Open Access is a term used to describe self-archiving. An acknowledgment of approval for publication is recommended. Green Publications allows for self-archiving, and we are completely open about your rights.

Article Selection Policy

             Green Publication first checks articles. The Author must submit the most up-to-date and highest-quality interdisciplinary content available to make the study at its best. The content of the article must apply to and accessible to a all audience. Articles are judged on their definition and coverage, as well as their content quality and relevance to the subject at hand. Green Publications chooses the finest and most original articles that are free of plagiarized material. For both qualitative and quantitative research, data collection methods must be appropriate. The Editorial Board and the thematic issue coordinators will subject the articles to an initial review. Before the journal is published, a second, and if required, a third, review is possible. In this situation, writers are asked to update their article in light of the reviewers' suggestions before resubmitting it.