Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases: Global Challenges and Local Solutions
Call for Papers
Non-CO2 greenhouse gases are important contributors to radiative forcing of the atmosphere and include methane (CH4), fluorocarbons, SF6, and nitrous oxide (N2O). The effects of black carbon (BC) and so-called indirect gases contribute to tropospheric ozone formation and aerosols. Current climate policies largely focus on CO2. However, non-CO2 GHG emission can be reduced at relatively low costs and deserve more attention.
This special issue will focus on non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases. We welcome manuscripts on (1) sources, sinks, and atmospheric processes of non-CO2 greenhouse gases; (2) mitigation options and emission reduction technologies and practices; (3) policies and measures, both in the public and private sectors; and (4) the science-policy-industry interface.
How to Submit your Manuscript
For the preparation of your manuscript, which should be of high quality and should not exceed 8,000 words, please use the guide for authors provided by the journal’s editors. This website also offers instructions for the different article types.
The journal works with a double-blind peer-review system, and you are therefore reminded to submit an anonymous version of your manuscript in addition to one with full details.
When submitting, please select paper as ‘Manuscript type’, and select ‘yes’ to the question ‘Is it a candidate for a special issue?’ and then select the option ‘Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases (NCGG8)’ in the drop-down list.
Please note that authors of accepted papers will pay an article publishing charge (APC) of £770 / $1000 / €885, plus any additional taxes, following double-blind peer review. In addition, authors working in low-income countries will receive a 100% discount, and from lower-middle income countries a 50% discount publication costs.
Please submit your papers through the online submission system of Taylor & Francis, which can be found here.
Editor in Chief : Prof Carolien KroezeGuest Editors: Dr Mathijs Harmsen
|Deadline for submission||August 1st, 2019|
|Final publication of special issue||Early 2020|