Top Five: Climate Change

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Congratulations to The Journal of Environment & Development! This year, JED received its first Impact Factor (1.079) in the 2012 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2013) and is ranked in the JCR’s Environmental Studies and Planning & Development categories. JED provides a forum that bridges the parallel debates among policy makers, attorneys, academics, business people, and NGO activists worldwide. We invite you to read the current top five most-read articles in the journal, free to access now through September 6 using the links below:

Raymond Clémençon, From Rio 1992 to Rio 2012 and Beyond: Revisiting the Role of Trade Rules and Financial Transfers for Sustainable Development, March 2012

JED_72ppiRGB_150pixwHenrike Brecht, Susmita Dasgupta, Benoit Laplante, Siobhan Murray, and David Wheeler, Sea-Level Rise and Storm Surges: High Stakes for a Small Number of Developing Countries, March 2012

Mari Mulyani and Paul Jepson, REDD+ and Forest Governance in Indonesia: A Multistakeholder Study of Perceived Challenges and Opportunities, first published on July 12, 2013

Daniel A. Mazmanian, John Jurewitz, and Hal T. Nelson, The Paradox of “Acting Globally While Thinking Locally”: Discordance in Climate Change Adaption Policy, June 2013

Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins, The Promise and Problems of Pricing Carbon: Theory and Experience, June 2012

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