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Publishing research of value about carbon management, our latest special issue: Assessment of pathways of the net zero GHG emission consistent with 1.5 degree target, is now online. Papers in this special issue cover deep decarbonization potential around the world, and also provide a global perspective on mitigation actions to reach the 1.5 °C target.
4 interesting facts about Carbon Management
- 100% of Author Survey respondents, agreeing to share their responses, rated their satisfaction of publishing in Carbon Management as "10 out of 10".
- Unlike some other broader climate change journals, Carbon Management is very science-based.
- The journal is published in partnership with The Greenhouse Gas Management Institute. All members receive free online access to all content.
- Carbon Management publishes influential findings, which impact on policy. For example, Global soil carbon: understanding and managing the largest terrestrial carbon pool (Volume 5, Issue 1), has received 14 mentions in policy documents by the Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO) and by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Top 10 most accessed articles
Read the top 10 articles from the last two years, downloaded in 2018. Free to access below:
Altmetric top scorers
Altmetrics are the measurement of articles beyond the traditional citation and download counts. It can include social media activity such as Tweets and Facebook posts, Mendeley and CiteULike bookmarks, blog posts etc. Altmetrics enable you to find out who is talking about your research. When publishing in Carbon Management, you can also track your article via Authored Works.
Read some top altmetrics scorers published in Carbon Management. Free to access below:
|Title||Author||Issue||Attention score||News outlets||Blogs||Tweeters||Facebook pages|
|Forest carbon in Amazonia: the unrecognized contribution of indigenous territories and protected natural areas||Wayne Walker, Alessandro Baccini, et al||December 2014||129||11||3||16||15|
|Reconciling scientific reality with realpolitik: moving beyond carbon pricing to TEQs – an integrated, economy-wide emissions cap||Shaun Chamberlin, Larch Maxey, et al||April 2015||58||2||1||42||8|
|Executing a Scharnow turn: reconciling shipping emissions with international commitments on climate change||Kevin Anderson, Alice Bows||April 2014||55||3||1||38||-|
|Policy Update: A one-way ticket to high carbon lock-in: the UK debate on aviation policy||F Ruth Wood, Alice Bows, et al||April 2014||55||-||-||84||1|
|Technologies for the high seas: meeting the climate challenge||Paul Gilbert, Alice Bows-Larkin, et al||March 2015||52||3||1||38||-|