Aims & Scope

npj Climate Action considers research that explores all aspects of mitigating the hazardous effects of global climate change. 

The journal covers a broad range of topics including but not limited to:  

  • Mitigation of the effects of climate change
  • Resilience and adaptation 
  • Policy and governance
  • Economic impact of climate change
  • Sustainable development practices in business, finance, agriculture, forestry, urban planning, transportation, and waste management
  • Climate justice, equity, and social inclusion
  • Renewable energy technologies
  • Climate engineering, technology, and innovation
  • Community action and grassroots movements
  • Education, outreach, and behavioral studies
  • Coupled human-environment systems

The journal offers more choice to Nature Portfolio authors who are seeking a fully open-access and more inclusive platform for publishing their work. The journal is led by climate change experts who collaborate to cultivate high-quality research. As part of the npj Series, this journal focuses on fostering global partnerships with the research community and other Springer Nature journals.