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For potential authors who might be interested in contributing to a special issue/collection of Social Networks on "Social Networks and Climate Change", this e-mail is to let you know, that the special issue/collection is going ahead, but the final deadline for submissions has been pushed back to May 21st, 2020.


The official call has been posted on the Social Networks website at:

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/social-networks/call-for-papers/social-networks-and-anthropogenic-climate-change


Our understanding is that it will be possible to submit your article earlier, but the final deadline for the special issue is pushed back to May 21st, 2020.

If you are almost ready to submit, you will need to wait a little while -- until the special issue option has been added to the Social Networks submissions portal, but our understanding is that this is in the process of being set up and should be ready soon.


Apologies in advance for duplicate e-mails.


Sincerely,

David Tindall, University of British Columbia

Nina Kolleck, Universit├Ąt Leipzig

John McLevey, Waterloo University



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David Tindall
Professor
Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia

Chair
Environment and Society Minor, Faculty of Arts, University of British Columbia

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