Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change

(The H4-Index of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change is 32. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Climate change impacts on cultural heritage: A literature review160
The Southern Annular Mode: Variability, trends, and climate impacts across the Southern Hemisphere148
Online misinformation about climate change125
Low‐carbon transition risks for finance113
Negative emissions and the long history of carbon removal110
Toward transformative climate justice: An emerging research agenda90
Climate change adaptation in SIDS: A systematic review of the literature pre and post the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report76
Convection‐permitting modeling with regional climate models: Latest developments and next steps74
Climate journalism in a changing media ecosystem: Assessing the production of climate change‐related news around the world72
The effect of carbon pricing on technological change for full energy decarbonization: A review of empirical ex‐post evidence62
Framing “nature‐based” solutions to climate change60
Four approaches to anticipatory climate governance: Different conceptions of the future and implications for the present59
Deliberate decline: An emerging frontier for the study and practice of decarbonization52
Climate activism and its effects51
Deliberative democracy and the climate crisis46
Multispecies justice: Climate‐just futures with, for and beyond humans45
Solar geoengineering: The case for an international non‐use agreement44
Contested framings of greenhouse gas removal and its feasibility: Social and political dimensions44
Observed and projected changes in global climate zones based on Köppen climate classification44
Climate change and the hydropower sector: A global review43
Politics of attributing extreme events and disasters to climate change41
Climate change and phenology40
Climate and society in European history39
A review of agent‐based modeling of climate‐energy policy39
Linking climate change, environmental degradation, and migration: An update after 10 years37
Social scientific knowledge in times of crisis: What climate change can learn from coronavirus (and vice versa)37
Muslims and climate change: How Islam, Muslim organizations, and religious leaders influence climate change perceptions and mitigation activities35
Integrating new sea‐level scenarios into coastal risk and adaptation assessments: An ongoing process34
Clouds, radiation, and atmospheric circulation in the present‐day climate and under climate change34
Implications of climate change for railway infrastructure34
Climate change in the Chinese mind: An overview of public perceptions at macro and micro levels33
Risk? Crisis? Emergency? Implications of the new climate emergency framing for governance and policy32