Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change

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Edited By: Mike Hulme

Impact Factor: 4.402

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 4/98 (Environmental Studies); 10/76 (Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1757-7799

Editorial Board


Editor in Chief

Mike HulmeKing's College London, UK

Executive Editorial Board

WIREs Climate Change Domain Editors work with the Editor in Chief to develop a detailed conceptual outline and provide scope descriptions for the guidance of authors. They direct the commissioning and peer-review of all articles in their domain, working collaboratively with other editors with respect to the interdisciplinary scope of the publication and its ongoing updating and expansion.

Timothy R. CarterFinnish Environment Institute, FinlandAssessing the Impacts of Climate Change
Stéphane HallegatteCIRED, FranceClimate Economics
Matthias HeymannAarhus University, DenmarkClimate, History, Society, Culture
Matthew HoffmannUniversity of Toronto, CanadaClimate Policy and Governance
Anja KarneinGoethe-Universität, GermanyClimate, Nature, and Ethics
Myanna LahsenThe National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil The Social Status of Climate Change Knowledge
Louis LebelUnit for Social and Environmental Research (USER), Thailand Climate and Development
Maria Carmen LemosUniversity of Michigan, USAVulnerability and Adaption to Climate Change
Irene LorenzoniUniversity of East Anglia, UKPerceptions, Behavior and Communication of Climate Change
Matilde RusticucciUniversity of Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPaleoclimates and Current Trends
Josef SetteleUFZ Centre for Environmental ResearchClimate, Ecology, and Conservation
Lorraine WhitmarshCardiff University, UKPerceptions, Behavior and Communication of Climate Change
Eduardo ZoritaInstitute for Coastal Research, Germany Climate Models and Modeling


International Advisory Board

Separate from the Executive Editorial Board, the panel of international advisors for WIREs Climate Change promotes the journal through their networks and generally act as advocates for the journal, provide advice concerning suitable candidates for replacement Domain Editors. They provide ad hoc advice to the Editor-in-Chief concerning the on-going development of the publication, for example by suggesting new and interesting topics for suitable review articles to commission and/or names of suitable and well qualified authors to write commissioned WCC articles.

Lisa AlexanderUniversity of New South Wales, Australia
Jon BarnettThe University of Melbourne, Australia
Richard BettsMet Office, UK
Navroz DubashCentre for Policy Research, India
Georgina EndfieldUniversity of Nottingham, UK
Steve GardinerUniversity of Washington, USA
Pedro JacobiUniversidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Diana LivermanThe University of Arizona, USA
Susanne MoserSusanne Moser Research & Consulting, USA
Daniel MurdiyarsoCenter for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Indonesia
Laurence TubianaInstitut du développement durable et des relations internationales (IDDRI), France
Ye QiTsinghua University, China


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