Editors Overview

ijcc maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.

Focus and Scope

About the Journal

International Journal of Climate Conditions is a peer-reviewed open-access journal launched in 2023 dedicated to publishing high-quality research related to climate conditions and their impacts on the environment, human societies, and the global economy. The journal aims to provide a platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners from different disciplines to share their knowledge and insights on various aspects of climate conditions and their implications.

The International Journal of Climate Conditions strives to be a leading platform for high-quality research on climate conditions, providing a space for interdisciplinary collaboration and dialogue among scholars, practitioners, and policymakers.

Papers Published


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Open Access

Focus and Scope

Focus and Scope:

  • Climate change and its impacts on ecosystems, biodiversity, and natural resources: Climate change, global warming, greenhouse gases, temperature increase, precipitation changes, extreme weather events, sea-level rise, ocean acidification, biodiversity loss, ecosystem degradation, habitat destruction, invasive species, range shifts, phenology changes, food web disruption, carbon cycle, nutrient cycling, soil degradation, deforestation, desertification, land-use change, water scarcity, freshwater resources, aquatic ecosystems, fisheries, wildlife conservation, natural resource management.
  • Climate modeling and forecasting: Climate modeling, climate forecasting, climate simulations, climate scenarios, climate projections, weather patterns, atmospheric circulation, ocean circulation, climate feedbacks, climate sensitivity, climate variability, climate change attribution, statistical models, dynamical models, numerical models, ensemble forecasting, downscaling, uncertainty analysis, model evaluation, climate services, decision-making, risk assessment.
  • Climate Policy and Governance: Climate policy, climate governance, international climate negotiations, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Paris Agreement, national climate strategies, emissions reduction targets, carbon pricing, renewable energy policies, energy efficiency policies, climate adaptation policies, climate finance, green investment, carbon markets, climate justice, stakeholder engagement, public participation, transparency, accountability, monitoring and evaluation, policy implementation, policy evaluation, policy learning, policy diffusion, policy innovation.
  • Climate adaptation and mitigation strategies: Climate adaptation, climate resilience, climate mitigation, greenhouse gas emissions, renewable energy, energy efficiency, carbon capture and storage, afforestation, reforestation, land restoration, sustainable agriculture, water conservation, coastal protection, urban planning, infrastructure adaptation, early warning systems, disaster risk reduction, ecosystem-based adaptation, social-ecological systems, community-based adaptation, technology transfer, capacity building, climate financing, private sector engagement, public-private partnerships.
  • Climate risk assessment and management: Climate risk assessment, climate risk management, vulnerability assessment, hazard mapping, risk mapping, extreme weather events, sea-level rise, drought, floods, heatwaves, wildfire, coastal erosion, food insecurity, water scarcity, human health impacts, infrastructure vulnerability, economic impacts, social impacts, ecosystem services, risk communication, risk perception, risk reduction, risk transfer, insurance, adaptation measures, mitigation measures, early warning systems, disaster preparedness, emergency response, recovery, and reconstruction.
  • Impacts of extreme weather events on human societies, economies, and infrastructure: Extreme weather events, heatwaves, droughts, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, storm surges, snowstorms, infrastructure damage, economic impacts, business interruption, supply chain disruption, agricultural losses, food insecurity, public health impacts, mortality, morbidity, air pollution, water quality, mental health impacts, displacement, migration, social inequality, vulnerability, adaptation, mitigation, disaster risk reduction, emergency response, disaster recovery, resilience, climate change attribution, weather forecasting, early warning systems.
  • Climate-related health impacts and vulnerabilities: Climate-related health impacts, vulnerability, vector-borne diseases, water-borne diseases, heat-related illnesses, respiratory diseases, malnutrition, food insecurity, mental health, extreme weather events, air pollution, water quality, food safety, infectious diseases, allergies, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, occupational health, vulnerable populations, children, elderly, low-income communities, indigenous communities, rural communities, urban communities, disaster preparedness, emergency response, health system resilience, climate change adaptation, climate change mitigation, public health policies.
  • Impacts of climate change on food security and agriculture: Climate change, food security, agriculture, crop yields, livestock production, pests and diseases, soil degradation, water availability, irrigation, land use change, land degradation, deforestation, biodiversity loss, fisheries, aquaculture, food prices, food trade, food supply chain, nutrition, food safety, adaptive capacity, vulnerability, social inequality, gender, indigenous knowledge, climate-resilient agriculture, sustainable agriculture, agroforestry, agroecology, genetic diversity, seed banks, climate-smart agriculture, climate adaptation, climate mitigation, food policies, agricultural policies.
  • Climate finance and investment: Climate finance, climate investment, green finance, climate bonds, climate funds, climate risk, carbon pricing, carbon markets, renewable energy finance, energy efficiency finance, climate adaptation finance, public finance, private finance, multilateral finance, bilateral finance, climate insurance, blended finance, impact investing, social responsibility, environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria, green bonds, sustainability bonds, green loans, green infrastructure, climate innovation, climate entrepreneurship, financial regulations, disclosure requirements, transparency, accountability, sustainable development goals (SDGs).
  • Climate education and communication: Climate education, climate literacy, climate communication, public understanding, climate knowledge, environmental education, science communication, media, journalism, social media, art and culture, citizen science, participatory methods, informal learning, formal learning, K-12 education, higher education, curriculum, teacher training, student engagement, climate action, behavior change, public engagement, stakeholder engagement, diversity, equity, inclusion, intergenerational learning, climate adaptation, climate mitigation, climate justice, climate policy, climate services, climate risk, climate impacts, climate solutions, advocacy, community engagement.


  • Climate change
  • Climate modeling
  • Climate forecasting
  • Climate policy
  • Climate governance
  • Climate adaptation
  • Climate mitigation
  • Extreme weather events
  • Climate risk assessment
  • Climate risk management
  • Climate-related health impacts
  • Food security
  • Agriculture
  • Climate finance
  • Climate investment
  • Climate education
  • Climate communication
  • Ecosystems
  • Biodiversity
  • Natural resources
  • Infrastructure
  • Urban planning
  • Disaster risk reduction
  • Early warning systems
  • Sustainable development
  • Sustainable energy
  • Carbon capture and storage
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy efficiency
  • Afforestation
  • Reforestation
  • Land restoration
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Water conservation
  • Coastal protection
  • Social-ecological systems
  • Community-based adaptation
  • Technology transfer
  • Capacity building
  • Private sector engagement
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Climate services
  • Climate data analysis
  • Climate change impacts
  • Climate change vulnerability
  • Climate change resilience
  • Climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies
  • Climate change ethics and justice
  • Climate change governance
  • Climate change policies and programs

Open Access Statement

The International Journal of Climate Conditions (ijcc) is an open-access (OA) publication which provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. All published works will be available to a worldwide audience, free, immediately upon publication. Publication in the journal is subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC). The APC serves to support the journal and ensures that articles are freely accessible online in perpetuity under a Creative Commons licenses.

Publication Ethics Statement

ijcc fully adhere to Code of Conduct of Publication Ethics (COPE) and to its Best Practice Guidelines. The Editorial Team enforces a rigorous peer-review process with strict ethical policies and standards to ensure the addition of high-quality scientific studies to the field of scholarly publication. In cases where ijcc becomes aware of ethical issues, it is committed to investigating and taking necessary actions to maintain the integrity of the literature and ensure the safety of research participants. Click here to read more about the Research & Publication virtue ethics

Content Disclaimer

  • All the information’s, opinions, and views mentioned here represents the authors and the contributions of the articles.
  • Publication of articles, advertisements, or product information does not constitute endorsement or approval by the journal.
  • Cannot be help responsible for any error or consequences while using the information updated in this journal.
  • Although every effort is done by ijcc to see that there’s no any inaccurate data, misleading data, opinion or statement within the journal, the data and opinions appearing in the articles are the responsibility of the contributors concerned.