Oxford Open Climate Change is a wide-reaching interdisciplinary journal that aims to cover all aspects of climate change. It welcomes submissions on the physical and biogeochemical aspects of climate change, its social impact and response assessments, its economic, health, politics, and governance impacts, and possible natural or technical solutions. In taking the broad approach, the journal aims to remove siloes from the research on climate change and disseminate findings across traditional fields to support the work of global scholars in tackling the climate crisis.
Oxford Open Climate Change is the third title in the Oxford Open series which launched in May 2020 with Oxford Open Immunology and Oxford Open Materials Science. The series aims to offer quality outlets for cutting edge, fully open access research in a wide range of subject areas, supported by the world’s largest university press. Under editorial leadership from across the globe, the series facilitates greater openness in all aspects of research dissemination.
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