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Call for Papers: Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific Islands: Opportunities for Faith-Engaged Approaches

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Call for Papers: Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific Islands: Opportunities for Faith-Engaged Approaches

This Call for Papers (CFP) invites expressions of interest to contribute to the new book “Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific Islands: Opportunities for Faith-Engaged Approaches”, to be published as part of Springer Nature’s “Climate Change Management Series”, the world’s leading peer-reviewed book series on matters related to climate change https://www.springer.com/series/8740 . More than 1,000 climate researchers have been able to document and disseminate their work as part of this series, which has published 38 volumes to date, among which are ground-breaking publications such as the “Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation” (3 volumes; more than 100 authors) and “Handbook of Climate Change Management” (due in 2021; more than 300 authors). As a peer-reviewed and indexed publication, contributions to the book count as high-impact scientific outputs, which may be used for promotion and tenure purposes. Many scientists and academics have benefitted from this over the years. Please note below how to submit your expression of interest to contribute to the new book, which will be edited by Dr Johannes M. Luetz (CHC/UNSW) and Professor Patrick D. Nunn (USC).

Enquiries should be forwarded to jluetz@chc.edu.au and Professor Patrick D. Nunn (USC) pnunn@usc.edu.au

The book will be published as part of Springer Nature’s “Climate Change Management Series”, the world’s leading and most influential peer-reviewed book series on matters related to climate change https://www.springer.com/series/8740 .

Expressions of interest to contribute to the book, initially consisting of a 200-word abstract, with the title of the work, qualifications and the full contact details of the authors, should be sent to Dr. Johannes Luetz jluetz@chc.edu.au. Details on the online submission and the peer-review process will be shared with those authors whose abstracts are accepted. The deadline for the submissions of abstracts is 31 March 2020. Full papers are due by 30 June 2020. The book is expected to be launched in late-2020.

Editors: Dr. Johannes M. Luetz (CHC/UNSW) jluetz@chc.edu.au and Professor Patrick D. Nunn (USC) pnunn@usc.edu.au

 

 


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