Climate Policy
Climate Policy
Journal Title: Climate Policy
ISSN: 1469-3062
ISSN Online: 1752-7457
Publication Frequency: 6 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: Climate Policy is a world leading peer-reviewed academic journal publishing high quality policy research and analysis on all aspects of climate policy, including policy and governance, adaptation and mitigation, policy design and development and programme delivery and impact.

Climate change – and our efforts to tackle it - affects us all. So we are particularly proud that our work spans the boundaries between sectors, disciplines and jurisdictions. Our reputation is built on making research accessible and relevant to the wide range of people and organisations directly involved in policy, including:

· Academics, particularly those active in climate policy research but also from other disciplines with climate policy relevance;

· Policymakers developing policies, programmes and institutions at all governance levels, nationally and internationally;

· Practitioners from the private, public and third sectors that are affected by climate change and our responses to it; and

· Negotiators and others involved in, but not limited to the UNFCCC, IPCC and other supra-national policy fora.

To encourage independent commentary and debate, and in addition to our normal research papers, we publish our policy material in a number of formats:

· Synthesisarticles reviewing the state of knowledge in key areas of interest;

· Policy Analysis articles presenting evidence-based objective analysis of climate policy;

· Perspectives and Insightsfrom policymakers and others actively involved in policy;

· Feedback presenting commentary on previous articles and special issues.

If you are thinking of submitting material to us but aren’t sure whether we are right for you we would be happy to give you an informal view of a short summary of your work, including why you think it has special relevance to the climate policy debate.Please contact us at editor@climatepolicyjournal.org.

Peer Review Statement
Climate Policy is an international, ranked, peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research contributions to scientific knowledge.

All manuscript submissions are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees.

All peer review is double blind and submission is online via ScholarOne.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Agriculture & Environmental Sciences; Development Studies; Engineering & Technology; Environment & Agriculture; Environment & Economics; Environment & Society; Environment & the Developing World; Environment and Sustainability; Environmental Policy; Environmental Sciences; Environmental Studies; International Politics; International Relations; Politics & International Relations; Power & Energy; Taylor & Francis Collection
Editor Board:
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Professor Michael Grubb -  Professor of International Energy and Climate Change Policy, University College London (UCL), UK  

EDITOR
Dr Peter Mallaburn - UCL Energy Institute, University College London (UCL), UK 

DEPUTY EDITOR
Dr Joanna Depledge - University of Cambridge, UK

ASSISTANT EDITOR
Rose Graham  - University of Bournemouth, UK

BOOK REVIEWS EDITOR
Dr Junko Mochizuki  - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria
 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS
Dr Navroz Dubash Centre for Policy Research, India

Dr Frank Jotzo  Australian National University, Australia

Dr Axel Michaelowa University of Zurich, Switzerland

Dr Charlotte Streck Climate Focus, The Netherlands

Dr Taishi Sugiyama Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI), Japan


EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
Professor Vicki Arroyo Georgetown University, USA

Dr Guri Bang CICERO, Norway

Ms Preety Bhandari  Asian Development Bank, Philippines 

Dr Omar Masera Cerutti Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico

Dr Ken Chomitz The World Bank, USA

Mr Elliot Diringer PEW Centre on Global Climate Change, USA

Dr Jae Edmonds The University of Maryland, USA

Professor Samuel Fankhauser London School of Economics, UK

Dr Sujata Gupta Asian Development Bank, The Philippines

Dr Erik Haites Margaree Consultants Inc, Canada

Dr Steve Hatfield-Dodds CSIRO, Australia

Mr David Hone Shell International, UK

Professor Jean-Charles Hourcade CIRED/CNRS, France

Professor Tim Jackson University of Surrey, UK

Prof Dr Ing Eberhard Jochem Fraunhofer Institute, Germany

Mr Mark Kenber The Climate Group, UK

Dr Sonja Klinsky Arizona State University, USA

Dr Anna Korppoo Fridtjof Nansen Institute and Academy of Finland, Finland

Professor Emilio La Rovere University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Dr Dan Lashof Natural Resources Defense Council Climate Center, USA

Dr Hoesung Lee Council of Energy and Environment Korea, Korea

Professor Nebojsa Nakicenovic IIASA, Austria

Professor Shuzo Nishioka National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

Professor Ian Noble Independent Consultant, USA

Dr Jin-Gyu Oh Institute of Energy Economics, Korea

Dr Rajendra Pachauri The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI,) India

Dr Jiahua Pan Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Research Centre for Sustainable Development, China

Professor Hans Joachim Schellnhuber Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany and Oxford University, UK 

Dr Carol Turley Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

Professor Jørgen Wettestad The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway

Professor Harald Winkler University of Cape Town, South Africa

Professor Zhang Xiliang Tsinghua University, China

Professor Mitsusune Yamaguchi University of Tokyo, Japan

Ms Farhana Yamin Climate Strategies and University College London, UK

Dr Zhong Xiang Zhang Fudan University, China 

Professor J. Zou National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC)


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