Climate change and its impacts
This call for scientists is now closed. You can find the full collection of papers from this call in open access here:
We congratulate all authors, reviewers and editors who contributed with their time and passion to making climate science accessible to everyone!
A big applause for the recipients of our Jury’s top three papers:
In the first position:
“Sea level under climate change: Understanding the links between the past and the future” by Keven Roy et al., https://doi.org/10.37207/CRA.2.6
Sharing the second position:
“The impact of climate change will hit urban dwellers first – Can green infrastructure save us?” by Rüdiger Grote, https://doi.org/10.37207/CRA.2.2
“Rising carbon dioxide is decreasing nutrition in crops and endangering health among the less wealthy” by Matthew Smith and Samuel Myers, https://doi.org/10.37207/CRA.2.5
Scroll down and click on the titles to read the final papers of the collection, and feel free to get in touch with any questions.
The impact of climate change will hit urban dwellers first – Can green infrastructure save us?
By Rüdiger Grote
Sea level under climate change: Understanding the links between the past and the future
By Keven Roy, Nicole S. Khan, Timothy A. Shaw, Robert E. Kopp and Benjamin P. Horton
Epidemic of heat-related illnesses among workers exposed to hot working environments in the changing climate scenario
By Vidhya Venugopal, PK Latha, Tord Kjellstrom, Rebekah Lucas, Kristina Jakobsson, Jason Glaser, Seichi Horie, Marvin González-Quiroz, Sandra Peraza, Ilana Weiss, David Wegman, Theo Bodin, Cathrina Wessling, Hannu Rintamaki and Sirkka Rissanen
Increasing heat creates hardship for brick kiln workers in Chennai, India and the alternative pathways reducing it
By Karin Lundgren Kownacki, Siri M. Kjellberg, Pernille Goosh, Marwa Dabaieh and Vidhya Venugopal
Rising carbon dioxide is decreasing nutrition in crops and endangering health among the less wealthy
By Matthew Smith and Samuel S Myers
Heat stress and inadequate toilet access at work places in India – a potential hazard to working women in a changing climate
By Vidhya Venugopal, Rekha Shanmugam, Priscilla Johnson, Rebekah Ann Isabel Lucas and Kristina Jakobsson
Will climate change worsen your health?
By Joan Ballester
14 December 2021: Awards, certificates and Climanosco T-Shirts have now all been sent to our three winners.
4 October 2021: The Jury has completed its votes and has nominated the three winners: First prize: Keven Roy and co-authors; Sharing the second prize: Rüdiger Grote, Matthew Smith and Samuel S. Myers. Congratulation to the winners and to all authors, reviewers and editors for a great collection!
10 September 2021: The Jury votes have started today and will proceed until 30 September.
5 July 2021: All manuscripts have completed the peer review and have been finalized. The Jury is now being formed to elect the best three papers.
15 October 2019: The fifth paper of the collection was published today.
11 June 2019: The second paper of the collection was published today.
6 June 2019: The first paper of the collection was published today!
30 October 2018: A first manuscript is now open for reviews! Be the first to give your review.
27 October 2018: Invitations for the manuscripts’ editorship were sent to our editors.
20 October 2018: We’re back! Apologies for the delay, we’ve been busy making better peer review functionalities on our web site.
29 July 2018: The preliminary discussion is ending today. The authors will now be making preliminary revisions and will be finalizing the submision of their manuscripts.
19 June 2018: Last details of the manuscripts are getting ready and we’ll start the preliminary discussion very soon now.
19 June 2018: Thank you for your patience and apologies for the delay. We’re a small team and the number of ongoing projects has increased quite significantly recently. We’re in particular working on updating the online manuscript peer review process to make it more user friendly. We hope you will enjoy it.
20 May 2018: A big thank you to the authors for having submitted their manuscripts.
14 May 2018: We are now starting to receive the manuscripts. We will review the formatting and post them for preliminary discussion early next week. Stay tuned!
30 April 2018: At the request of several authors, we have extended the submission deadline to 15 May. Please make sure your manuscript is submitted by this date!
26 April 2018: The online submission is now open.
26 April 2018: Tentative titles of the upcoming manuscripts are now available.
1 April 2018: We are delighted to announce that we are expecting seven manuscripts from scholars across USA, Europe and Asia for this call. More information will be posted here soon.
16 March 2018: Thank you to all those who have already notified us of their intent to participate. We continue to accept new notifications for participation beyond the 15 March deadline.
26 February 2018: Special prizes will be awarded to the authors of the three best articles of this call for manuscripts (more details in our invitation to submit a manuscript).
26 February 2018: At the request of many authors we have extended the deadlines for submission of notifications from 20 February to 15 March and the deadline for submission of manuscripts from 1 April to 1 May 2018.
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