Our term as editors of Global Environmental Politics comes to a close this year. It has been a privilege to serve the GEP community as editors of this flagship journal, to see the field develop in interesting ways, and to work with a wide range of authors doing amazing research. We thank everyone who served as a reviewer—without you, this process doesn’t work, and GEP is fortunate to have such a dedicated community supporting it. These thanks certainly extend to our wonderful editorial board, who do an enormous amount of reviewing in addition to providing excellent counsel to the editorial team. Our jobs were also made much easier because of the dedication of the associate editors and book review editor on that editorial team. Thank you, Aarti Gupta, Henrik Selin, D. G. Webster, Susan Park, Joanna Lewis, and Beth DeSombre, for all you’ve done. MIT Press continues to be an outstanding partner for the GEP community and journal. We very much appreciate the support it has provided during our editorship, especially around the transition to electronic publishing. Finally, this journal would not exist without the tireless dedication of our managing editor, Susan Altman. She is the glue that holds this all together. The whole GEP community owes her a debt of gratitude. We look forward to seeing GEP continue its excellent trajectory under the new editors, Susan Park, Henrik Selin, and D. G. Webster; associate editors Mark Axelrod, Joanna Lewis, Kate Neville, and Yixian Sun; and book review editor Beth DeSombre.
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August 01 2022
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Global Environmental Politics (2022) 22 (3): 1.
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Steven Bernstein, Matthew Hoffmann, Erika Weinthal; Introduction. Global Environmental Politics 2022; 22 (3): 1. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/glep_e_00672
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