Climate Change Reports (CCR) journal, a proud publication under Sciences Force Publisher, is a dedicated platform for disseminating high-quality research and reports focused on climate change and its multifaceted impacts. As a reputable journal, CCR is committed to advancing the understanding of climate change through rigorous scientific contributions, fostering dialogue among researchers, policymakers, and practitioners. Explore cutting-edge insights, analyses, and reports on climate change in this authoritative and interdisciplinary journal.


Mohamed Abouhawwash |ORCID|Scopus|

Affiliation: Department of Computational Mathematics

Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

Research Interest: Machine Learning, Image Processing, Statistics and Mathematics.




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Vol. 1 (2024): Climate Change Reports

Published: 2024-01-01


Application of Deep Learning Initiatives for CO2 Emissions Forecasting

Nihal N. Mostafa, Ahmed Tolba, Mohamed Abouhawwash (Author)


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Climate Change Reports (CCR) journal, an esteemed publication affiliated with Sciences Force Publisher, stands as a beacon in the realm of climate science. Established to address the growing need for impactful research on climate change, CCR journal provides a platform for the dissemination of high-quality scientific papers and the exchange of innovative ideas.

Aims and Scope: CCR journal is committed to being a primary source for the latest advancements in climate science. Our Aims and Scope encompass a broad array of topics, including climate modeling, environmental impact assessments, mitigation and adaptation strategies, policy analyses, and interdisciplinary studies exploring the multifaceted dimensions of climate change. We invite submissions that align with our mission to advance understanding and solutions for the global challenges posed by climate change.

Publication Frequency: Published once time per year, CCR ensures a regular and timely flow of cutting-edge research. This periodicity allows researchers and practitioners to share their insights and advancements regularly, keeping our readership informed about the latest developments in the ever-evolving field of climate science.

Open Access: As an open-access journal, CCR is dedicated to the principle of making valuable research freely accessible to a global audience. Our open-access policy empowers readers to freely access, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles without prior permission, facilitating the global dissemination of knowledge crucial for addressing climate change challenges.

Acceptance Rate and Timelines: In its inaugural year, CCR aspires to uphold rigorous standards of quality and efficiency. Although historical acceptance rates are not yet established, our commitment is to maintain a selective acceptance rate, ensuring the publication of only high-quality research. For the year 2024, we aim for an initial editorial decision within 7 days from manuscript submission, a median time of 16 weeks from submission to acceptance, and an additional 10 days from acceptance to online publication. These ambitious timelines are designed to streamline the publication process, enabling swift sharing of discoveries with the global scientific community.

Archival Recognition: Articles published in CCR will be archived and recognized by esteemed scientific archives, emphasizing the journal's contribution to the global scientific discourse and ensuring the lasting impact of valuable research in climate science.


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