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.
Climate Policy Journal News
- Climate Policy’s 2-year Impact Factor for 2017 was 3.832, a 40% increase on the previous figure.
- 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)
- High-impact special issue addressing multidimensional challenges of achieving the 1.5°C target
- Contains an editorial by Axel Michaelowa, Myles Allen & Fu Sha: Policy instruments for limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C – can humanity rise to the challenge?
- Contains seven OPEN ACCESS articles covering a broad range of issues related to the China nationwide ETS
- Includes a special guest editorial by Maosheng Duan, Shaozhou Qi& Libo Wu on Designing China’s national carbon emissions trading system in a transitional period
Volume 17 Supp 1 EU Climate Policy: Effectiveness, Efficiency and Feasibility to 2050
- Includes the following two OPEN ACCESS articles:
- Strategic design of long-term climate policy instrumentations, with exemplary EU focus (Huppes et al., 2016)
- Seeking optimality in climate change agri-food policies: stakeholder perspectives from Western Europe (Kalfagianni & Kuik, 2016)
- Contains editorial by Paul Ekins, Paul Drummond& Benjamin Görlach on Policy instruments for low-carbon development based on work from the EUFP7 project, CECILIA2050
- International and national climate policies for aviation: a review (Larsson et al., 2019)
- Watered down? Civil society organizations and hydropower development in the Darjeeling and Sikkim regions, Eastern Himalaya: A comparative study (Joshi et al., 2018)
- Turning conflicts into cooperation? The role of adaptive learning and deliberation in managing natural resources conflicts in Nepal (Ojha et al., 2018)
- Quantifying the potential for consumer-oriented policy to reduce European and foreign carbon emissions (Moran et al., 2018)
- The political roots of divergence in carbon market design: implications for linking (Gulbrandsen et al., 2018)
A list of recently published articles is available here. The top downloaded articles for 2018 published in that year were:
- Carbon pricing in practice: a review of existing emissions trading systems (Narassimhan et al., 2018)
- US and international climate policy under President Trump (Editorial – Jotzo et al., 2018)
- Including animal to plant protein shifts in climate change mitigation policy: a proposed three-step strategy (Outlook article – Harwatt 2018)