In conjunction with publishers Taylor & Francis, Climate Strategies supports the editorial development of the Climate Policy Journal (CPJ) – a leading publication with research, analysis, review and discussion of responses to climate change.
The journal aims to make complex, policy-related analysis of climate change issues accessible to a wide audience and to facilitate debate between diverse constituencies. For the current issue, please click here.
CPJ’s Impact Factor for 2015: 1.98
We will regularly feature the top scoring articles the CPJ, based on their altmetrics score. The top articles for 2016 were:
- ‘Stakeholder perceptions of event attribution in the loss and damage debate‘ (£)
- ‘A review of Chinese CO2 emission projections to 2030: the role of economic structure and policy‘ (£)
Recent special issues and supplements
- EU Climate Policy: Effectiveness, Efficiency and Feasibility to 2050 (2017), guest edited by Paul Ekins, Paul Drummond and Benjamin Gorlach
- European Energy Governance and Decarbonization Policy: Learning from the 2020 Strategy (2016), guest edited by Kacper Szulecki
- The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project: Insights and Emerging Issues (2016), guest edited by Chris Bataille, Henri Waisman, Michel Colombier, Laura Segafredo & Jim Williams
Forthcoming special issues and supplements for 2017-2018:
- Policy options to limit warming to 1.5 degrees, guest edited by Fu Sha, Axel Michaelowa and Myles Allen
- Emissions trading in China, guest edited by Maosheng Duan, Libo Wu and Shaozhou Qi
- Special thematic section on carbon pricing, curated by Erik Haites
- Special supplement on consumption-based carbon accounting, guest edited by Arnold Tukker and colleagues
A list of forthcoming articles is available here.