Environmental Research Letters is an open-access, interdisciplinary journal that is "intended to be the meeting place of the research and policy communities concerned with environmental change and management." Here, readers will find a plethora of high-quality research and review articles covering all aspects of environmental science. Recent articles include "Introducing the urban wind island effect" and "Disproportionate magnitude of climate change in United States national parks," which has been featured in numerous news articles. Readers may view published articles online or download them as PDFs or as ePubs, and this journal also allows readers to view accepted manuscripts prior to their official publication. Launched in 2006 as a quarterly publication, this journal has been publishing new issues on a monthly basis since 2014, and interested readers may subscribe to its RSS feed. Environmental Research Letters is published by IOP (Institute of Physics) Publishing. Its editor-in-chief is Daniel Kammen, Professor of Energy at the University of California, Berkeley and it boasts an interdisciplinary editorial board composed of researchers and experts from distinguished universities and institutions around the world.