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International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management (IJCCSM) is an open access journal which provides a platform for papers assessing approaches to combat and cope with climate change.

NOTE: As an open access journal, article processing charges (APCs) apply. These are currently £2,870/$3874/€3,300.

Cooperation partners: The International Climate Change Research and Information Programme (ICCIRP), the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, and the International Fund for Agricultural Development.

ISSN: 1756-8692
eISSN: 1756-8692

This journal is open access

Aims and scope

In the history of science there have been only a few issues which have mobilized the attention of scientists and policy-makers alike as the issue of climate change currently does. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management is an international forum that addresses the need for disseminating scholarly research, projects and other initiatives aimed to facilitate a better understanding of the subject matter of climate change.

International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management (IJCCSM) publishes papers dealing with policy-making on climate change, and methodological approaches to cope with the problems deriving from climate change. It disseminates experiences from projects and case studies where due consideration to environmental, economic, social and political aspects is given and especially the links and leverages that can be attained by this holistic approach. It regards climate change under the perspective of its wider implications: for economic growth, water and food security, and for people's survival – especially those living in the poorest communities in developing countries.

Authors are invited to submit papers from the following areas:

  • Climate change
  • Climate Change Information Communication
  • Global warming
  • Mitigation
  • Adaptation
  • Natural variability
  • Disasters
  • Planning processes
  • Sustainable development goals and climate change
  • Terrestrial ecosystems
  • El Niño