Cambridge University Press is a leading publisher in the field of climate and sustainability. We produce a broad range of interdisciplinary digital and print products, covering the science, economics, politics and policy, law, and philosophy underpinning climate change, its impacts and mitigation. These publications include market-leading textbooks, technical reference volumes, key reports and research syntheses, primary research journals, and popular books for the general public. Our overarching goal is to facilitate interdisciplinary research, to educate, and to raise awareness of critical environmental issues.
We invite you to explore below the multi- and inter-disciplinary work published by Cambridge University Press in multiple formats across books and journals, as well as our new format launched in 2019, Cambridge Elements.
Cambridge Open Engage - Publishing Early Research in Climate Change and Sustainability
Cambridge Open Engage is the new early content platform from Cambridge University Press, designed to provide researchers with the space and resources to connect and collaborate with their communities, and rapidly disseminate early research.
We are developing our new exciting platform using a co-creation approach and are inviting researchers to join our online panel to help shape the features and functionality.
We are specifically searching for researchers interested in climate change and sustainability. If you are interested in joining the co-creation panel please click here or the banner below.