Month: March 2019
Climatic Issues in Early Modern England: Shakespeare’s Views of the Sky

Climatic Issues in Early Modern England: Shakespeare’s Views of the Sky

As actor and playwright, Shakespeare saw the sky as a theatrical element. While his so‐called festive comedies appear far less festive if we pay attention to their climatic specificities, his tragedies offer interesting insights into the way the playwright associates heavens and humors on the one hand, climate and the planets on the other.

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Best of Advanced Engineering Materials 2018

Best of Advanced Engineering Materials 2018

Welcome to the virtual Best of Advanced Engineering Materials 2019 issue that presents the Editors' selection of some of the most outstanding articles of the past year! Advanced Engineering Materials brings the latest breakthroughs in structural materials with a...

Politics of Fossil Fuel Subsidies and their Reform

Politics of Fossil Fuel Subsidies and their Reform

The production and consumption of fossil fuels need to decrease significantly to meet the 2015 Paris Agreement’s ambitious climate change goals. However, fossil fuels continue to receive significant amounts of government support.