The Future of Children, a collaboration between Princeton University and the Brookings Institution, publishes a journal that translates social science research into practical information for policymakers and practitioners.
The journal's Spring 2016 issue is dedicated to children and climate change. I haven't dug into the issue yet, but a glance at the table of contents shows articles that touch on scientific and social issues from multiple angles:
- The Science of Climate Change
- Temperature Extremes, Health, and Human Capital
- Climate Change, Conflict, and Children
- Impacts of Natural Disasters on Children
- Pollution and Climate Change
- Implications of Climate Change for Children in Developing Countries
- Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Climate Change to Our Children
- Mobilizing Political Action on Behalf of Future Generations
I'm looking forward to reading the articles in this issue of Future of Children. The issue can be downloaded for free as a single PDF or separate articles here.