Journal of Climate Change

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ISSN print
2395-7611
ISSN online
2395-7697
Volume
3; 2 issues
Status
Last issue (3:2) published on 11 August 2017
Next issue
4:1 scheduled for February 2018
Back volumes
1-2
Subject
Environmental Sciences
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Climate change is reality which deals with the problem of climate variability and change and it deals with descriptions, causes, implications, interactions, impact and responses among other causes. The purpose of the journal is to provide a platform to exchange ideas among those working in different disciplines related to climate variations. The journal also plants to create an interdisciplinary forum for discussion of evidence of climate change, its causes, its natural resource impacts and its human impacts. The journal will also explore technological, policy, economy, strategic and social responses to climate change. It will be peer-reviewed, supported by rigorous processes of criterion-referenced article ranking and qualitative commentary, ensuring that only standard accepted quality work of the greatest substance and highest significance is published.

Journal of Climate Change intends to publish most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. in all areas of the field. A sustainable world is one in which human needs are met equitably without sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet their needs and without harm to the climate, environment and ecosystem function and service. It has been long recognized that the long-term viability of natural capital is critical for many areas of human endeavour under climate change impact. Climate researchers understand that they play a critical role in forming the policy decision-making process but they need a proper forum. Many of them work remarkably hard to produce more robust greenhouse gas emissions estimations in relation to climate change targets and this journal will act as a platform. Socioeconomic scientists can also contribute to the gap which exists between climate science and policy. The articles from this journal will help to frame policy goals.

Themes intended to be covered: Climate Systems and Sustainable Development; Polution, Climate Change, Risk Assessment, and Human Health; Green Technology and Climate Change Impact; Climate Change Impacts on Cryosphere, and Water Resources Systems; Water Sustainability (Surface and Ground Water) and Climate Change; Agricultural Sustainability and Climate Change; Urban Sustainability and Storm Water Management under Changing Climate; Mitigation and Adaption of Climate Change by Green Production, Pollution Prevention and Control; Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems Under Climate Change Impacts; Unique Interactions between the Environmental System, Climate Change, Land Use, Ecosystem Function and Services; Modeling Approach to Mitigate and Understand the Climate Change

Editor-in-Chief
Prof. AL Ramanathan
School of Environmental Sciences
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi-10067, India
Tel: 91-11-26704314
Email: jcc@capital-publishing.com  

Editorial Board

Prof. R. Ramesh
Director
National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Zone Management
Anna University, Chennai, India
Email: rramesh_au@yahoo.com, ramesh@annauniv.edu

Prof. Raghu Murtugudde
The Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
University of Maryland/NOAA, Maryland, USA
Email: ragu@essic.umd.edu

Prof. Mark Williams
Fellow INSTAAR and Professor of Geography
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Email: markw@snobear.colorado.edu

Prof. Rengaswamy Ramesh
Outstanding Scientist & Project Director
Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India
Email: rramesh@prl.res.in, kartaveeryarjuna@gmail.com

Dr. M. Mohapatra
Head Regional Specialized Meteorology
India Meteorology Dept., New Delhi, India Email: mohapatra_imd@yahoo.commohapatraimd@gmail.com

Prof. U.C. Mohanty
School of Earth Ocean and Climate Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

Dr. D. Chandrasekharam
IIT Chair Professor, Department of Earth Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Mumbai, India

Prof. Zhihua Zhang
College of Global Change and Earth System Sciences
Beijing Normal University Beijing, China
Email: zhangzh@bnu.edu.cn

Prof. Hiroaki Furumai
Department of Urban Engineering
University of Tokyo, Japan
Email: furumai@env.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Prof. Atle Nesje
Department of Earth Science
University of Bergen Bergen, Norway
Email: atle.nesje@geo.uib.no

Prof. Daniela Jacob
Director Climate Service Center
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Zentrum für Material- und Küstenforschung GmbH, Deutschland, Germany
Email: daniela.jacob@hzg.de

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