Catastrophe is an international peer reviewed journal passionate to publishing the research on the global catastrophic risks, global existential risks, future of the earth and ultimate fate of the universe. The purpose of the journal is to provide a means of exchange between those working on problems related to disasters in the national, global and universal environment from different disciplines such as: geoscience, space science, life science, engineering, social sciences, ecology, education, management, information sciences, politics, and strategy development.
Disasters, Earthquake, Extreme Weather, Extreme Climatic Events, Extreme Rainfall, Megatsunami, Volcanism, Supervolcano, Global pandemic, Naturally arising pathogens and Neobiota, Mitotic catastrophe, Oxygen catastrophe, Toba catastrophe hypothesis, Asteroid impact, Extraterrestrial invasion, Natural climate change, Cosmic threats, Geomagnetic reversal, Extinction risk from global warming, Runaway climate change, Ice age, Ecocide, Impending climatic catastrophe, Ozone depletion, Cascade effect, Human extinction, Error catastrophe, Species extinction, Extinction events, Genetic erosion, Genetic pollution, Dysgenics, Biological agent, Transhumanism, Big Crunch, Big Rip, Coronal mass ejection, Ultraviolet catastrophe, Vacuum catastrophe, Late Bronze Age collapse, Infrared catastrophe, Gamma-ray burst, Potentially hazardous object, Solar flare, Blue sky catastrophe, Climatic catastrophe, Cosmic catastrophe
Human impact on the environment, Artificial intelligence, Biotechnology, Cyberattack, Global warming, Environmental disaster, Pollution, Mineral resource exhaustion, Experimental technology accident, Nanotechnology, Warfare and mass destruction, World population and agricultural crisis, Overexploitation, Overpopulation, Human overpopulation, Ecological catastrophe
Catastrophe journal interested to publishing original research, analysis, survey, review, opinion, case reports, communication, letters, and reports.
Manuscripts have to be double-spaced with one-inch margins. Headings must be used to designate the major divisions of the paper. To facilitate the review process, manuscripts should contain page and line numbering.
Manuscripts must be written in English. Authors whose native language is not English are strongly advised to have their manuscript checked by a language editing service, or by an English mother-tongue colleague prior to submission.
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off the Submission Preparation Checklist, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.