We are delighted to announce a high-profile themed issue of Energy & Environmental Science on CO2with Guest Editor Professor Frederik Krebs.
Submission Deadline: 1st November 2011
The special issue is to be published in Energy & Environmental Science in early 2012. Its aim is to produce a landmark snapshot of research activity, bringing together all the different communities working on CO2; from fundamental experimental, mechanistic and theoretical studies at the molecular level, including “solar fuels” research into CO2 reduction, through materials for CO2 adsorption and separation to system-level studies of CCS, sustainability, ocean acidification and analysis of CO2 emission.
These high quality, high impact CO2 reviews have already been published in Energy and Environmental Science. Read them now for free:
The teraton challenge. A review of fixation and transformation of carbon dioxide
Mette Mikkelsen, Mikkel Jørgensen and Frederik C. Krebs
CO2 capture by solid adsorbents and their applications: current status and new trends
Qiang Wang, Jizhong Luo, Ziyi Zhong and Armando Borgna
Ocean acidification: a millennial challenge
Matthias Hofmann and Hans Joachim Schellnhuber
Electrochemical CO2 sequestration in ionic liquids; a perspective
Neil V. Rees and Richard G. Compton
As a true community-spanning journal, Energy & Environmental Science is the ideal home for this collection. The journal has a world-class reputation for quality. The newly-released Impact Factor is 9.45, ranking it as #1 of 192 journals in its ISI subject category. Further information can be found at www.rsc.org/ees.