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Climate change is a global crisis. Yet a recent study from the Institute for Scientific Information shows that research papers on climate change focus on mostly on natural science themes, indicating a lack of scholarship that addresses public skepticism and ways to implement effective policy. What’s more, most research occurs within local or national co-authorship networks, indicating a need for increased global collaboration to address this global problem.
In this webinar, Clarivate experts will share insights drawn from the results of research into climate change within scientific literature produced over the past 20 years.
We will be covering the following topics:
• The current state of climate change research, and emerging trends
• Which socioeconomic topics are becoming more prominent
• Where gaps and opportunities exist that the global research community must address