THE 10 MOST DOWNLOADED PAPERS OF 2019

The readership and impact of the Climate Policy Journal continued to grow in 2019, with article downloads reaching over 240,000. Here, we showcase 2019’s most downloaded papers. Check out our website for all our papers and the latest download figures.

 Article TitleAuthorsDownloads in 2019
Social impacts of climate change mitigation policies and their implications for inequality Sanna Markkanen, Annela Anger-Kraavi5584
Towards a fossil fuel non-proliferation treatyAndrew Simms, Peter Newell3609
Modelling innovation and the macroeconomics of low-carbon transitions: theory, perspectives and practical useJean Francois Mercure et al.2697
Additionality revisited: guarding the integrity of market mechanisms under the Paris AgreementLukas Hermwille et al.2294
Securing the climate benefits of stable forestsJason M. Funk et al.2272
Governing geoengineering research for the Great Barrier ReefJan McDonald et al.1902
Quantifying the potential for consumer oriented policy to reduce European and foreign carbon emissionDaniel Moran et al1869
Between negotiations and litigation: Vanuatu’s perspective on loss and damage from climate changeDiana Hinge Salili, Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh1832
Engineering climate debt: temperature overshoot and peak-shaving as risky subprime mortgage lendingShinichiro Asayama, Mike Hulme1758
Mid-Century Strategies: pathways to a low-carbon future?Narayan Gopinathan, Narayan S. Subramanian, Johannes Urpelainen1754

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