Climate Policy Journal

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The leading international, peer-reviewed journal on responses to climate change

Editors-in-Chief: Professor Frank Jotzo and Professor Harald Winkler
Managing Editor: Dr Jan Corfee Morlot
Assistant Editor: Jill Fisher jill@climatepolicyjournal.org

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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.

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Climate Policy Journal News

  • Climate Policy’s 2-year Impact Factor for 2019 is 4.011. 
 

Climate Policy publishes occasional special issues and supplements on key emerging topics on the international research and policy-making agenda. These are the most recent published special issues and supplements:

  • Special Issue: Curbing Fossil Fuel Supply to Achieve Climate GoalsIssue 8, 2020
  • Special Issue: National Development and Mitigation PathwaysIssue 7, 2020
  • Special Issue: Loss and Damage after the Paris AgreementIssue 6, 2020
  • Special Issue: Making climate action more effective: lessons learned from the first Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs),  Issue 4, 2020
  • Special Supplement: Consumption-Based Carbon Accounting and PoliciesSupplement 1, 2020
  • Supplement: Climate change policies, natural resources and conflict: Implications for developmentSupplement 1, 2019
  • Special Section: Emissions Trading and Market MechanismsIssue 4, 2019
  • Special Supplement: National-level Carbon Emissions Trading in China: Challenges and ProspectsSupplement 1, 2018
  • Special Thematic Section: Carbon PricingIssue 8, 2018
  • Special Thematic Section: Implications of the US Decision to Withdraw from the Paris AgreementIssue 7, 2018
  • Special Thematic Section: Public Perception and Support for Climate PoliciesIssue 5, 2018
  • Special Issue: Policy Instruments for Limiting Global Temperature Rise to 1.5°CIssue 3, 2018

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