Open Climate Collection

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Open Climate Collection

The MIT Press presents the Open Climate Collection, a curated reading list of open access books and journals that expands our understanding of climate change and environmental studies, in support of the Open Climate Campaign. Climate change is one of the world's most pressing challenges and access to multidisciplinary, trustworthy research is imperative for scientists, policymakers, and citizens alike.

"If we are going to solve these global challenges, the knowledge (research, data, educational resources, software) about them must be open."
— Open Climate Campaign

 

Learn earn more about open access at the MIT Press, and how you can support our mission to make as much scholarship as possible openly available.

Open Climate Collection - Journals

Many of our journals are either fully or partially open access, so we are presenting only a portion of what is available.  View a much deeper collection of climate topics on the MIT Press Direct platform, or search for the topics of interest to you (make sure to filter for open content!).

Global Environmental Politics
Backlash to Climate Policy
James J. Patterson
(2023) 23 (1): 68–90.

Resilience and Nonideal Justice in Climate Loss and Damage Governance
Ivo Wallimann-Helmer
(2023)

Tactical Opposition: Obstructing Loss and Damage Finance in the United Nations Climate Negotiations
Danielle Falzon, Fred Shaia, J. Timmons Roberts, Md. Fahad Hossain, Stacy-ann Robinson, Mizan R. Khan, David Ciplet
(2023) 1-25.

Multilateral Climate Finance Coordination: Politics and Depoliticization in Practice
Jakob Skovgaard, Kevin M. Adams, Kendra Dupuy, Adis Dzebo, Mikkel Funder, Adam Moe Fejerskov, Zoha Shawoo
(2023) 23 (2): 125–147.

Growing Apart: China and India at the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol
Shiming Yang
(2023) 23 (2): 74–101.

It’s a Performance, Not an Orchestra! Rethinking Soft Coordination in Global Climate Governance
Stefan C. Aykut, Felix Schenuit, Jan Klenke, Emilie d’Amico
(2022) 22 (4): 173–196.

Accelerating Climate Action: The Politics of Nonstate Actor Engagement in the Paris Regime
Maria Jernnäs, Eva Lövbrand
(2022) 22 (3): 38–58.

 

Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization
Harvard Data Science Review

Open Climate Collection - Books

We are presenting a selection of open access books on topics related to climate change, but we have hundreds of additional open access titles. To explore the complete open library, please visit the MIT Press Direct platform.