- Over 5,000 subscription articles on climate change from Elsevier’s world-leading Science, Technical and Medical Journals are now available on Mendeley.
- The articles are available for all existing and new Mendeley users to download and read. It is free to setup a Mendeley account, please click here if you need to setup an account.
- The articles will be available to download this year (until 31 December 2019). However, researchers will have access to the articles permanently once they have downloaded them.
About this campaign
To support vital research being carried out into climate change, Mendeley has created the Climate Change Library – a collection of over 5,000 articles published across 412 Elsevier journals in 2018 and 2019. The articles are freely available until the end of 2019 for all existing and new Mendeley users to download and read.
Reflecting the truly interdisciplinary nature of climate change research, the articles have been selected from across subject areas, including the physical, life, health and social sciences. We hope that by making this research freely available on Mendeley we can support collaboration, engagement and further research in this area.
This is a pilot initiative to help us understand how we can provide seamless access to articles and support collaboration on Mendeley. We welcome your feedback: let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently asked questions
- All Elsevier copyrighted subscription articles published in 2018 or 2019 were searched. We included articles that contained the keywords ‘climate change’ in either their title abstract or keywords.
- Over 5,000 articles met these criteria, and they will be made freely available on Mendeley.
- In total, 412 journals contributed articles to this initiative.
This is a pilot initiative. Climate change is a multidisciplinary subject which many researchers on Mendeley are already reading, discussing, citing and collaborating on. We hope that by making this research freely available on Mendeley we can support collaboration, engagement and further research in this area. We will be assessing engagement with these articles and listening to user feedback to inform future initiatives.
- No, these articles are still subject to their original copyright arrangements and may not be shared unless you are the author or a library that subscribes to ScienceDirect, in which case you may have additional private sharing rights.
- Full details here under “Published Journal Article: subscription article”
The copyright license is unchanged, please check individual articles for details.
This is a pilot initiative. We will be assessing engagement with these articles and user feedback to inform future initiatives. Let us know what you think, contact us at email@example.com.
- Any documents downloaded before the 31st December 2019 are yours to keep for personal use forever.
- After the 31 December 2019, these articles will no longer be available to download from Mendeley.