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 Joanna Depledge
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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You can also read a selection of blog posts about CPJ articles on the Climate Strategies blog.
 


Climate Policy Journal News

  • Climate Policy’s 2-year Impact Factor for 2017 was 3.832, a 40% increase on the previous figure. 

  Upcoming Supplements:

  • Consumption-Based Carbon Accounting, guest edited by Arnold Tukker and colleagues.
  • Climate Change Policies, Natural Resources, and Conflict: Exploring Linkages with, Impacts on, and Implications for Development, guest edited by Esteve Corbera, Dik Roth and Courtney Work.

    Upcoming Special Issues:

  • Lessons learned from the first round of NDCs (guest edited by Pieter Pauw and Richard Klein)
  • National analysis of development and mitigation pathways (guest edited by Tara Caetano and Lars Coenen)
  • Loss and damage (guest edited by Beatriz Martinez Romera and Morten Broberg)
  • Supply-side policies for fossil fuels (guest edited by Harro Van Asselt, Georgia Piggot, Cleo Verkuijl and Michael Lazarus)

Recent Special Issues and Supplements Volume 18 Issue 3 Policy Instruments for Limiting Global Temperature Rise to 1.5 degrees

 Volume 18 Supp 1 National-level Carbon Emissions Trading in China: Challenges and Prospects

  Volume 17 Supp 1 EU Climate Policy: Effectiveness, Efficiency and Feasibility to 2050


Other selected recent open access articles

    A list of recently published articles is available here.      The top downloaded articles for 2018 published in that year were:

      Keep an eye out for CPJ’s “Editor’s choice” section, which periodically features free content on issues of topical interest.

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