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Journal of City Climate Policy and Economy  
DisciplineClimate change policy, Green economics, Earth science
Edited byDavid Miller
Publication details
Publication history
Subscribe to Open
Standard abbreviations
J. City Clim. Policy Econ.
ISSN2816-7406 (print)
2816-7414 (web)

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The Journal of City Climate Policy and Economy is a triannual, international, peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing research, policy guidelines, reviews, and commentaries related to climate change and cities, environmental policy, economics of climate change, and climate action. The current Editor-in-Chief is David Miller (Canadian politician) (63rd Mayor of Toronto, Harvard University, University of Toronto Faculty of Law), and the editorial board consists of leading climate scholars, economists, and city practitioners.[1]


The Journal of City Climate Policy and Economy was founded in 2022 by University of Toronto Press in partnership with C40 Cities[1]. Its goal was shaped around the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)'s Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 °C for developing equitable, sustainable, and resilient, cities. Its purpose is to support transformational change in urban government and economy through research and policy development.

Subscribe to Open Model and License Agreement[edit]

The journal is a Subscribe to Open publication,[2] with its first issue publishing open access to support the ongoing free and open dissemination of the journal's content. The journal's Subscribe to Open policy allows each new volume to publish open access with no article processing charge to authors as long as a certain funding threshold is met through university libraries and government subscriptions.[3] The license agreement for the journal is based on a model developed by the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) and cOAlition S geared to supporting open access agreements for smaller academic publishers.[4]

Aims and scope[edit]

The Journal of Climate Policy and Economy aims to provide evidence-based research and analysis in support of climate policy and government climate initiatives in urban centers[5] which are key to moving forward with global environmental sustainability and driving climate action through open science.[3] The journal is created by and geared towards the scholarly community as well as mayors, policymakers, and practitioners.[6]


Recent articles published in the journal include:

The Journal of City Climate Policy and Economy also produces a podcast called Cities 1.5 to further the discussion around its mission of climate action and analysis in cities.[12]

The journal will publish a special issue on "climate resilience and climate justice" in 2023.[13]


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