WIREs Climate Change 2018: An editorial essay

25 Jan 2018

It was just over 10 years ago in 2007 that I was approached by John Wiley & Sons inquiring as to my interest in taking the lead editor’s role in shaping a new interdisciplinary review journal covering climate change. After two years of planning, the first issue of WIREs Climate Change was published in February 2010 and this issue marks the beginning of Volume 9. As the journal approaches its tenth anniversary I reflect here on recent developments in the journal and further afield in climate change publishing and research. This editorial should therefore be seen as following in the line of my earlier editorials (Hulme, 2010; 2014).