Inderscience Publishers

International Journal of Global Warming (IJGW)

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IJGW aims to bring all disciplines together for local/global solutions to combat global warming and its consequences. It focuses around nine main pillars: better remediation, avoidance, efficiency, cost effectiveness, design, resource utilisation, environmental quality, energy security, and sustainable development. It also address issues related to global changes as a direct/indirect result of climate modification and strategies for adaptation to such changes. IJGW covers disciplines as diverse as engineering, climate science, ecology, economics, education, management, information sciences, politics, strategy development, etc.
Industry Type:
Air and Climate
Print ISSN:
1758-2083
On-Line ISSN:
1758-2091

SUBJECT COVERAGE

  • Atmospheric changes, acid precipitation, aerosols, ozone depletion, smog
  • Biofuels and alternatives, carbon sequestration, carbon tax
  • Climate change modelling/simulation
  • Climate networks, weather forecasts/scenarios
  • Earth sciences, ecology, ecosystems, biodiversity
  • Energy/environment policies/strategies/security/technologies
  • Global warming modelling/simulation
  • Engineering tools, IT, green design/manufacturing
  • Greenhouse gases, emissions and control, exergetic improvements
  • Human health/welfare issues, education/training
  • Hurricanes and climatic/catastrophic events, deforestation
  • Renewables, hydrogen/nuclear/other cleaner energy resources/technologies
  • Solid/municipal wastes, waste management
  • Sustainable development, economy, environment and health
  • Urban/regional planning, water/water issues, food and agriculture

FREE RESEARCH PAPERS ON LOSS AND DAMAGE FROM CLIMATE CHANGE

An open access special issue of the International Journal of Global Warming collates, for the first time, empirical evidence of loss and damage from the perspective of affected people in 9 vulnerable countries. The research papers pool data from 3269 household surveys and 200+ focus groups/expert interviews, showing how climatic stressors affect communities, what measures households take to prevent loss and damage, and what consequences result when they cannot adjust sufficiently. Guest Editors Kees van der Geest and Koko Warner (United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security), provide an overview of key findings and all 9 papers are available online free of charge. Click on the image to access the free issue.

International Journal of Global Warming  (IJGW)

SAMPLE ARTICLES

Free sample articles of this journal are available here.

International Journal of Global Warming  (IJGW)

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