12 March 2012

Call for Papers: Risk and Global Warming

A special issue of International Journal of Global Warming

Risks and global warming have attracted a great deal of concern from both the academic and practical worlds. Managing risks facing the environment is essential to maintaining sustainable development and tackling global warming.

Recent advances in technology and policy seem to allow renewable energy to play major roles in meeting global energy demands while reducing CO2 emissions. Renewable energy technologies are being rapidly commercialised and greater emission reductions can be achieved. As a key global warming mitigation strategy, low-carbon economies are being examined by various nations.

This special issue aims to develop various risk analysis policies and tools and their applications to global warming-related issues, including risk in energy production and consumption, and risk in low-carbon environments.

Suitable topics include but are not limited to:
  • Energy risk management, trading, finance and environment
  • Carbon emission market risk
  • Risk and clean technologies
  • Climate change and health issues
  • Climate change uncertainty modelling and simulations
  • Energy policies and strategies
  • Waste management
  • Water and water issues
  • Hurricanes and catastrophic events
  • Energy security in low-carbon environment
  • Energy efficiency under uncertainty
  • Energy, environment and risk
  • Managing energy price risk
  • Energy product development risks
  • Environmental and energy credit risk management
  • Energy technology risk assessment
  • Electricity market risk
  • Renewable and non-renewable energy risks
  • Other issues related to risk and global warming
Important Dates
Submission deadline: 30 September, 2012
First-round reviews: 30 January, 2013
Final version: 20 March, 2013

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