environment and public policy

Open Call for Papers - Ecofeminism and Climate Change

Call for papers for: Ecofeminism and Climate Change

Ecofeminism & Climate Change welcomes new submissions 

Ecofeminism and Climate Change publishes peer-reviewed interdisciplinary research articles on the impact of climate change and environmental degradation on women, the relationship between gender and the environment, and the ways in which women and nature have been similarly oppressed.

EFCC also analyses adaptation and mitigation techniques for reducing emissions and discuses values such as care, trust, kinship and goodwill, which are underestimated in mainstream environmental care practices. Articles should address the issue of climate change from an (eco)feminism perspective.

Topics include but not limited to:

  • Adaptation
  • Climate justice Climate risk reduction
  • Community resilience
  • Community development
  • Complexity
  • Degrowth
  • Ecofeminist literary criticism
  • Intersectionality/ Race & ecofeminism
  • Ecofeminism and social justice
  • Ecofeminist ethics/ Ecofeminist theology
  • Ecological economics
  • Environment
  • Extreme weather events
  • Gender and Sustainable Development
  • Participatory governance
  • Political ecology
  • Poverty and environmental racism
  • Resource governance
  • Social capital
  • Social learning
  • System thinking
  • Subsistence
  • Sustainability

No Article Processing Charges

Ecofeminism & Climate Change EFCC is sponsored by International Water, Air & Soil Conservation Society (INWASCON) and is free of charge to authors. There is not publication charges.

Submission Guidelines

To submit your research, please visit the journal’s Scholar One website: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/efcc

In preparing papers, authors are asked to follow the standard EFCC Author Guidelines, which are available here.

https://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/journal/efcc#author-guidelines

If you have any questions about the submission process, please contact EFCC’s Managing Editor, Prof Dr Muhammad Aqeel Ashraf ([email protected]) or the journal’s Publisher, Douglas Medland ([email protected]).