In the context of its Climate and Global Environmental Change Design Project, the has worked with the support of Swedish and the cooperation of key partners to develop a consolidated, global social science research agenda on climate and global environmental change.
The results of this work have now been published in a report on The Transformative Cornerstones of Social Science Research for Global Environmental Change.
This key output synthesizes and interprets the results of an international consultative process that included a survey of researchers from the social, behavioral and economic sciences, as well as historians and philosophers. It forms the basis for a proposed
, and is further intended to inform social science work on global environmental change within the ISSC and beyond.