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Manuscript deadline
31 December 2020

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Cogent Environmental Science

Special Issue Editor(s)

Dr Philip L Staddon, University of Gloucestershire, UK
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Dr. Conor Buggy, University College Dublin, Ireland
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Climate Change Stewardship

Climate change is the greatest challenge currently facing humanity. Managing the potential impacts of climate change on the environment and society must include both mitigation and adaptation strategies. The concept of climate change stewardship implies that solutions lie in the bringing together of evidence from a broad range of disciplines, but also puts to the fore the necessity of multidisciplinary working. We therefore invite submissions focused on how climate change can be managed.

The aim is to bring together a broad range of papers covering the whole spectrum of current research in this area from science, social science, arts and humanities. Submissions demonstrating multidisciplinary approaches will be prioritized.

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Submission Instructions

  • When submitting your manuscript on Submission Portal, authors must select 'Yes' on the 'Candidate for special collection?' option and include the SI title "Climate Change Stewardship" in the text box below.
  •  Publication is expected in early 2021
  •  The guest editors will accept narrative and systematic review papers, meta-analysis papers, original research papers, opinions / commentaries but the emphasis should be on the first two types.

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