The Journal of City Climate Policy and Economics (JCCPE)In conjunction with Global Covenant of Mayors on Climate and Energy (GCoM)The city has announced two exciting opportunities for policy makers, practitioners and academics to contribute to the field of climate action research.
JCCPE, published in partnership with the University of Toronto Press, is part of the work of the C40 Center for Urban Climate Policy and Economics. It provides timely, evidence-based research that contributes to the urban climate agenda and supports government policy to shift towards an equitable and resilient world.
JCCPE There is Calling for submissions Focus on two upcoming special issues City-led research and innovation for climate action:
- August 2024: For this problem, JCCPE Invites papers that address and highlight the priorities, opportunities and solutions that city policymakers seek from research and findings for climate action. These perspectives should be led by a city policy, decision maker or practitioner, and they can collaborate with an academic colleague. Please submit abstracts or expressions of interest (up to 500 words, in English). 30 November 2023to [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected].
- August 2025: In this issue, JCCPE Invites city academics to respond to city priorities, opportunities and solutions – providing deep insights from existing knowledge or original research – highlighting what can be done to meet knowledge gaps. Academics will mainly guide these documents, JCCPE The city welcomes collaboration with policy makers and practitioners. Submit your abstracts or expressions of interest (up to 500 words, in English). October 2024 [email protected], [email protected], or [email protected].
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