Global Environmental Change, 0959-3780

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  1. 2020
  2. Beneficial land use change: Strategic expansion of new biomass plantations can reduce environmental impacts from EU agriculture

    Oskar Englund, Pål Börjesson, Göran Berndes, Nicolae Scarlat, Jean Francois Dallemand, Bruna Grizzetti, Ioannis Dimitriou, Blas Mola-Yudego & Fernando Fahl, 2020, In : Global Environmental Change. 60, 101990.

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  3. 2018
  4. Decoupling or delusion? Measuring emissions displacement in foreign trade

    Magnus Jiborn, Astrid Kander, Viktoras Kulionis, Hana Nielsen & Daniel Moran, 2018, In : Global Environmental Change. 49, p. 27-34 8 p.

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  5. 2016
  6. Down to Earth: Contextualizing the Anthropocene

    Frank Biermann, Xuemei Bai, Ninad Bondre, Wendy Broadgate, Chen Tung Arthur Chen, Opha Pauline Dube, Jan Willem Erisman, Marion Glaser, Sandra van der Hel, Maria Carmen Lemos, Sybil Seitzinger & Karen C. Seto, 2016 Jul 1, In : Global Environmental Change. 39, p. 341-350 10 p.

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  7. Cascades of green: A review of ecosystem-based adaptation in urban areas

    Ebba Brink, JOHANNES THEODOR AALDERS, Dóra Ádám, Robert Feller, Yuki Henselek, Alexander Hoffmann, Karin Ibe, Aude Matthey-Doret, Moritz Meyer, N. Lucian Negrut, Anna-Lena Rau, Bente Riewerts, Lukas von Schuckmann, Sara Törnros, Henrik von Wehrden, David J. Abson & Christine Wamsler, 2016, In : Global Environmental Change. 36, p. 111-123 13 p.

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  8. 2015
  9. Drivers for global agricultural land use change: The nexus of diet, population, yield and bioenergy

    Peter Alexander, Mark D. A. Rounsevell, Claudia Dislich, Jennifer R. Dodson, Kerstin Engstrom & Dominic Moran, 2015, In : Global Environmental Change. 35, p. 138-147

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  10. Transnational adaptation governance: An emerging fourth era of adaptation

    Adis Dzebo & Johannes Stripple, 2015, In : Global Environmental Change. 35, p. 423-435

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  11. 2014
  12. Environmentalities of urban climate governance in Maputo, Mozambique

    E. Boyd, J. Ensor, V. C. Broto & S. Juhola, 2014, In : Global Environmental Change. 26, 1, p. 140-151 12 p.

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  13. University partnerships for co-designing and co-producing urban sustainability

    Greg Trencher, Xuemei Bai, James Evans, Kes McCormick & Masaru Yarime, 2014, In : Global Environmental Change. 28, p. 153-165

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  14. 2013
  15. 2012
  16. Corruption in cyclone preparedness and relief efforts in coastal Bangladesh: lessons for climate adaptation?

    Tanvir Mahmud & Martin Prowse, 2012, In : Global Environmental Change. 22, 4, p. 933-943

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  17. 2011
  18. An International Relations perspective on the global politics of carbon dioxide capture and storage

    Heleen de Coninck & Karin Bäckstrand, 2011, In : Global Environmental Change. 21, 2, p. 368-378

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  19. Exploring social barriers to adaptation: Insights from Western Nepal

    L. Jones & E. Boyd, 2011, In : Global Environmental Change. 21, 4, p. 1262-1274 13 p.

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  20. Representing human behaviour and decisional processes in land system models as an integral component of the earth system

    Mark D. A. Rounsevell & Almut Arneth, 2011, In : Global Environmental Change. 21, 3, p. 840-843

    Research output: Contribution to journalDebate/Note/Editorial

  21. The pitfalls and potential of debt-for-nature swaps: a US-Indonesian case study

    Danny Cassimon, Martin Prowse & Dennis Essers, 2011, In : Global Environmental Change. 21, p. 93-102

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  22. The politics and policy of carbon capture and storage: Framing an emergent technology

    Karin Bäckstrand, James Meadowcroft & Michael Oppenheimer, 2011, In : Global Environmental Change. 21, 2, p. 275-281

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  23. 2010
  24. Observed adaptation to climate change: UK evidence of transition to a well-adapting society

    E. L. Tompkins, W. N. Adger, E. Boyd, S. Nicholson-Cole, K. Weatherhead & N. V. Arnell, 2010, In : Global Environmental Change. 20, 4, p. 627-635 9 p.

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  25. 2009
  26. Climate change: Motivation for taking measure to adapt

    Kristina Blennow & Johannes Persson, 2009, In : Global Environmental Change. 19, 1, p. 100-104

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  27. Earth System governmentality Reflections on science in the Anthropocene

    Eva Lövbrand, Johannes Stripple & Bo Wiman, 2009, In : Global Environmental Change. 19, 1, p. 7-13

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  28. 2008
  29. A less disastrous disaster: Managing response to climate-driven hazards in the Cayman Islands and NE Brazil

    E. L. Tompkins, Maria Carmen Lemos & E. Boyd, 2008, In : Global Environmental Change. 18, 4, p. 736-745 10 p.

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  30. 2007
  31. Small-scale forest carbon projects: Adapting CDM to low-income communities

    E. Boyd, Maximiliano G Gutierrez & A. M. Chang, 2007, In : Global Environmental Change. 17, 2, p. 250-259 10 p.

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  32. 2002
  33. Global environmental consequences of tourism

    Stefan Gössling, 2002, In : Global Environmental Change. 12, 4, p. 283-302

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