Multiple Calls for Submissions

5 February 2013

Multiple Calls for Submissions

1. Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy
McGill International

2. Deadline Extended: Open Access Opportunity for Polar Science
Polar Research
Earth System Science Data

1. Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy
McGill International

The McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law and
Policy (JSDLP) announces a call for submissions relating to polar law
and policy.

The JSDLP is a bilingual, student-run, peer-reviewed academic journal
based at McGill University's Faculty of Law in Montreal, Canada. As an
interdisciplinary publication, JSDLP encourages submissions from
researchers, academics, practitioners, policymakers, and students in a
range of fields. The publishers aim to provide a forum for productive
debate and critical analysis of the economic, societal, and
environmental issues surrounding sustainable development law and policy.
As climate change continues to present challenges in both polar regions,
legal issues related to resource exploitation, navigation, habitat and
species conservation, and indigenous rights will increasingly require

Articles, book reviews, and case comments may be submitted in either
English or French, and should be between 10,000 and 15,000 words. JSDLP
does not consider articles that are under review by other publications.
Authors will be informed of the status of their article within five
weeks of submission.

For further information, including details on submission criteria,
please go to:

For questions, please contact:
Molly Krishtalka

2. Deadline Extended: Open Access Opportunity for Polar Science
Polar Research
Earth System Science Data

The open-access journals Polar Research (
and Earth System Science Data (
announce a unique cooperative Special Issue.

Researchers are invited to publish science papers in Polar Research and
the related dataset(s) in Earth System Science Data to provide
integrated free and open access for colleagues and readers. Each journal
will follow normal peer-review processes, and acceptance for publication
in one journal will not guarantee acceptance of the companion paper in
the other journal.

The deadline for submission has been extended to 31 March 2013, for an
online Special Issue that will be published in 2014. Both journals
provide online options and advanced indexing. Neither Polar Research nor
Earth System Science Data charge a publication or service fee.

Submission deadline: 31 March 2013.

For further information or to submit expressions of interest, contact:
Helle Goldman, Polar Research

Dave Carlson, Earth System Science Data

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