Welcome to our call for artists and scientists on Forests and Climate Change.
We invite scientists around the world to consider submitting manuscripts for the upcoming Climanosco Research Articles collection “Entangled Forests”.
Climanosco Research Articles is a new open-access journal publishing outreach articles written by researchers for a broad audience.
We welcome manuscripts on forests and climate change for this collection, including the physical, chemical, biological, and/or socio-economical aspects.
Manuscripts will reflect recent scientific research published in recognized peer-reviewed journals. They will be approximately 1500 words (3 pages), written in a language accessible to the general public. They may include pictures, illustrations, and videos. Manuscripts may be either an introduction to well-established knowledge, a general overview of an area of research, or a more detailed dive into specific facets of an area of research.
Scientists participating in this call will have the opportunity to collaborate with artists and their manuscripts included alongside artworks in the upcoming art & science exhibition “Dear 2050: Entangled Forests”.
The deadline for the online submission of manuscripts is now extended to 1 October 2022.
Please notify us of your intention to participate as soon as possible.
Find all details of this call in our invitation letter for scientists.
Submissions by scientists
Participating manuscripts will be listed here as they come. Note that you must be logged in as a member to access manuscripts details (see how here).
Access previous collections of Climanosco Research Articles here.
Submissions by artists
Participating artists will be listed as they come.
Dear2050: Entangled Forests
Dear2050 is a series of art & science events and exhibitions organized by Climanosco. In this third edition, Dear2050: Entangled Forests, we are partnering with Prof. Grossiord, EPFL, Switzerland, to bring together scientific works and artworks from international calls for artists and scientists, into a convergence of arts & science collaborations, events and exhibitions on the topic of forests and climate change. All events and exhibitions will be held locally in Switzerland and online at dear2050.org. Dear2050: Entangled Forests is funded by Agora / Swiss National Science Foundation.
The exhibition Dear2050: Entangled Forests is currently in preparation. Please stay tuned.
To learn about upcoming Dear2050 exhibitions, or to watch virtual tours or speeches of previous editions, check our dear2050.org site.
As we work towards this new exciting Dear2050 exhibition, we particularly appreciate any amount of support by like-hearted minds, whether through a donation to Climanosco or a donation specifically for Dear2050.
More information and contact
All members of Climanosco have access to the manuscripts after login. If you registered as a subscriber of Climanosco and you’d like to participate in the discussions and reviews, please upgrade your registration to member by logging in, connecting to your profile update page, and by following the instructions under “Considering changing your registration…”. If you haven’t registered yet, you may register as a member for free at any time.
To contact us, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit your manuscript, please use our online submission form. To use this form, you must be logged in as a scientific member. Please get in touch with us if you are unable to access the form.
To submit your artwork, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
See the Invitation for scientists here.
15 July 2022: The call for manuscripts is progressing well. We have five manuscripts confirmed and one already submitted. In order to meet our goal of about ten manuscripts, and due to the summer holidays, we’re now extending the submission deadline to 1 October for everyone. Thank you to all participants!
28 April 2022: We are launching the call for scientists today.
20 April 2022: Howdy, we’re starting preparations for this new call for scientists and artists.