We are planning to publish a series of papers looking at the economics, politics and impacts of climate change. The CSCCC will release these papers individually throughout 2009, and also use them as basis to write a second Civil Society Report in the lead up to the important United Nations COP-15 (taking place in Copenhagen in December 2009). The call for papers is open to everyone (of course, not all papers will be accepted) so please send the call for papers below to anybody you think might be interested.
The more people receive this call for papers, the more material the CSCCC will be able to publish in 2009.
CALL FOR PAPERS ON CLIMATE IMPACTS
The Civil Society Coalition on Climate Change (A coalition of 49 civil society organisations from 37 countries – www.csccc.info) is planning to produce a series of papers on the economics, politics and impacts of climate change during 2009. If you are interested in submitting a paper on any of the subject areas outlined below – or indeed other areas – please contact us on admin/a\csccc.info (replace /a\ with @)
Sea level rise
Extreme weather events (i.e. storms, hurricanes, floods, and droughts)
Ecosystems and Species