Climate is an independent, international and multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed open access journal focused on climate science. It aims to empower scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results as quickly as possible with as much detail as possible. Full experimental and methodical details are included in each article.
Climatic change is a peer-reviewed, hybrid open-access journal, focused on climate variability and change from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Many articles are reports of this multi-disciplinary research where authors combine work from several disciplines in new ways.
A transdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, Gold Open Access journal examining the state of the planet and its inhabitants, sustainable and resilient societies, the science of the Anthropocene, and predictions of our common future through research articles, reviews and commentaries.
Prolific journal in the natural and physical sciences. Founded in 1869, this peer reviewed, transdisciplinary journal is the most cited journal in the world. Published on a weekly basis, Nature provides rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.
From the portfolio of Nature, Nature Climate Change is a monthly journal dedicated to publishing the most significant and cutting-edge research on the nature, underlying causes or impacts of global climate change and its implications for the economy, policy and the world at large. Nature Climate Change publishes original research across the natural and social sciences and strives to synthesize interdisciplinary research.
Open Access, on-line only, peer reviewed, npj Urban Sustainability publishes inter-and cross-disciplinary research into how cities are reshaping and are being reshaped to meet major economic, social and environmental challenges, including how digital tools and big data are playing an increasing role in this shaping.
Collection of essays at the intersection of architecture and climate change considering cultural values ascribed to climate. Essays ask how climate reflects our conception of what architecture is and does. Which materials and conceptual infrastructures render climate legible, knowable, and actionable, and what are their spatial implications? How do these interrelated questions offer new vantage points?
Weather Architecture attempts to understand the history of architecture as a history of weather, and investigate how the weather could be a an architectural co-author that affects design, construction and use in a creative dialogue with the architect and user. The analysis of weather's effects on the design and experience of specific buildings and gardens is interwoven with a historical survey of changing attitudes to the weather in the arts, sciences and society.
The book claims that resilience will be a defining quality of the twenty-first century as we witness the increasingly turbulent effects of climate change. Research has shown that the crises arising from climate change will become increasingly frequent and severe. Bringing together perspectives from architecture, urban design, art, geography, building science and psychoanalysis, Architecture & Resilience aims to open up multiple perspectives of research, spatial strategies and projects to ask how we can build resilience in preparation for major societal challenges.