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 is pleased to share a collection of free to access papers to coincide with the next round of climate change negotiations in Bonn (May 2018):
Together, these papers go beyond the headlines to explore what lies behind particular NDCs – what they mean in practice, on the ground – and what commitments we might expect from countries in the future, as they seek to balance competing domestic forces and interests.
Other open access articles:
- CO2 Abatement Goals for International Shipping (Traut et al., 2018)
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.
- ‘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‘ (£)
CPJ is launching a new “Editor’s choice” section, which will feature free content on issues of topical interest. Currently, this section includes papers on loss and damage, and extreme event attribution, particularly salient topics in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.