While trees are a renewable resource, industrial logging does destroy forest ecosystems and replanting trees in plantations does not replace the diverse forest ecosystem. This change helps us support diverse species in a forest ecosystem. Please be conscious of your electronic waste as you enjoy reading JNEB online since these devices contain both valuable minerals, including rare earth minerals, as well as toxic materials. The decisions to move to electronic publication is based on the best use of our precious resources.
The cost-savings from this change has already been reinvested in the Journal with the addition of both a senior associate editor and an additional associate editor position based on the recommendations of the Journal Committee in order to support the number of submissions and education initiatives.
All members of SNEB will continue to have full access to all content on the Journal website including all issues since the Journal of Nutrition Education was first published in 1969. Additionally,
- Articles will continue to be available as .pdf files which can easily be downloaded or printed.
- Each month you’ll receive an email with a table of contents and article highlights alerting you to the topics and resources available in each issue.
- The Journal website has recently been updated to a mobile-friendly, search oriented design.
- Step by step instructions for setting up your personal account and SNEB member access on www.jneb.org are attached and assistance is available from the SNEB staff.
Jasia Steinmetz, PhD, RD, President