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2017, Volume 77, Issue C
- 1-8 Correlating negotiation hotspot issues, Paris climate agreement and the international climate policy regime
by Dovie, Delali Benjamin K. & Lwasa, Shuaib
- 9-14 Mini-me: Why do climate scientists’ misunderstand users and their needs?
by Porter, James J. & Dessai, Suraje
- 15-24 A framework for assessing and implementing the co-benefits of nature-based solutions in urban areas
by Raymond, Christopher M. & Frantzeskaki, Niki & Kabisch, Nadja & Berry, Pam & Breil, Margaretha & Nita, Mihai Razvan & Geneletti, Davide & Calfapietra, Carlo
- 25-31 Regulating carbon emissions from indirect land use change (ILUC): U.S. and California case studies
by Breetz, Hanna L.
- 32-39 The impact of Swedish SO2 policy instruments on SO2 emissions 1990–2012
by Åström, Stefan & Yaramenka, Katarina & Mawdsley, Ingrid & Danielsson, Helena & Grennfelt, Peringe & Gerner, Annika & Ekvall, Tomas & Ahlgren, Erik O.
- 40-48 The evolving role of government in the adaptive governance of freshwater social-ecological systems in the western US
by Huber-Stearns, Heidi R. & Cheng, Antony S.
- 49-68 The Green Climate Fund as an effective compensatory mechanism in global climate negotiations
by Antimiani, Alessandro & Costantini, Valeria & Markandya, Anil & Paglialunga, Elena & Sforna, Giorgia
- 69-76 Factors influencing local stakeholders’ perceptions of Tisza River Basin management: The role of employment sector and education
by Marshall, Amanda C. & Duram, Leslie A.
- 77-85 Best practices for corporate commitment to biodiversity: An organizing framework from GRI reports
by Boiral, Olivier & Heras-Saizarbitoria, Iñaki
- 86-97 Development and valuation of adaptation pathways for storm water management infrastructure
by Manocha, Nishtha & Babovic, Vladan
- 98-106 Gap analysis of water governance in Northern Iran: A closer look into the water reservoirs
by Mirzaei, Arezoo & Knierim, Andrea & Fealy Nahavand, Saeid & Mahmoudi, Hossein
- 107-113 Regulating groundwater use: The challenges of policy implementation in Guanajuato, Central Mexico
by Hoogesteger, Jaime & Wester, Philippus
- 114-121 Review of water-energy-food Nexus tools to improve the Nexus modelling approach for integrated policy making
by Kaddoura, Saeed & El Khatib, Sameh
- 122-129 Corporate minerals and community development dilemma in the Surat Resource Region, Australia: Implications for resource development planning
by Erdiaw-Kwasie, Michael Odei & Alam, Khorshed
- 130-139 Identifying cost-competitive greenhouse gas mitigation potential of French agriculture
by Pellerin, Sylvain & Bamière, Laure & Angers, Denis & Béline, Fabrice & Benoit, Marc & Butault, Jean-Pierre & Chenu, Claire & Colnenne-David, Caroline & De Cara, Stéphane & Delame, Nathalie & Doreau, Michel & Dupraz, Pierre & Faverdin, Philippe & Garcia-Launay, Florence & Hassouna, Melynda & Hénault, Catherine & Jeuffroy, Marie-Hélène & Klumpp, Katja & Metay, Aurélie & Moran, Dominic & Recous, Sylvie & Samson, Elisabeth & Savini, Isabelle & Pardon, Lénaïc & Chemineau, Philippe
- 140-146 Assessing adaptive capacity through governance networks: The elaboration of the flood risk management plan in Austria
by Ceddia, M.G. & Christopoulos, D. & Hernandez, Y. & Zepharovich, E.
- 151-159 Towards phosphorus sustainability in North America: A model for transformational change
by Jacobs, Brent & Cordell, Dana & Chin, Jason & Rowe, Helen
- 160-165 Decline of ‘biodiversity’ in conservation policy discourse in Australia
by Kusmanoff, Alexander M. & Fidler, Fiona & Gordon, Ascelin & Bekessy, Sarah A.
- 166-171 Exploring environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) in relation to green revolution: A case study of Pakistan
by Ali, Ghaffar & Ashraf, Aqdas & Bashir, Muhammad Khalid & Cui, Shenghui
- 172-178 Expert risk perceptions and the social amplification of risk: A case study in invasive tree pests and diseases
by Urquhart, Julie & Potter, Clive & Barnett, Julie & Fellenor, John & Mumford, John & Quine, Christopher P.
- 179-184 Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals still neglecting their environmental roots in the Anthropocene
by Reid, Andrea J. & Brooks, Jill L. & Dolgova, Lana & Laurich, Bruce & Sullivan, Brittany G. & Szekeres, Petra & Wood, Sylvia L.R. & Bennett, Joseph R. & Cooke, Steven J.
- 193-202 40 years of global environmental assessments: A retrospective analysis
by Jabbour, Jason & Flachsland, Christian
- 203-210 (Anti)-boundary work in global environmental change research and assessment
by De Pryck, Kari & Wanneau, Krystel
- 211-220 The authority of science in sustainability governance: A structured comparison of six science institutions engaged with the Sustainable Development Goals
by van der Hel, Sandra & Biermann, Frank
- 221-224 The epistemic authority of solution-oriented global environmental assessments
by Haas, Peter M.
- 225-234 The treatment of divergent viewpoints in global environmental assessments
by Kowarsch, Martin & Flachsland, Christian & Garard, Jennifer & Jabbour, Jason & Riousset, Pauline
- 235-243 If at first you don’t succeed: Evaluating stakeholder engagement in global environmental assessments
by Garard, Jennifer & Kowarsch, Martin
- 244-251 Lessons from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on inclusiveness across geographies and stakeholders
by Yamineva, Yulia
- 252-259 Learning about climate change solutions in the IPCC and beyond
by Minx, Jan C. & Callaghan, Max & Lamb, William F. & Garard, Jennifer & Edenhofer, Ottmar
- 260-267 Global environmental assessments: Impact mechanisms
by Riousset, Pauline & Flachsland, Christian & Kowarsch, Martin
- 268-272 Evaluating the impacts of global environmental assessments
by Alcamo, Joseph
2017, Volume 76, Issue C
- 1-11 Integrated water resources management: Are river basin committees in Brazil enabling effective stakeholder interaction?
by Barbosa, Marina Costa & Mushtaq, Shahbaz & Alam, Khorshed
- 12-22 Integrated planning framework for successful river restoration projects: Upscaling lessons learnt from European case studies
by Angelopoulos, N.V. & Cowx, I.G. & Buijse, A.D.
- 23-28 What’s the problem in adaptation pathways planning? The potential of a diagnostic problem-structuring approach
by Bosomworth, Karyn & Leith, Peat & Harwood, Andrew & Wallis, Phillip J.
- 29-39 Who can you trust? Implications of institutional vulnerability in flood exposure along the Spanish Mediterranean coast
by López-Martínez, Francisco & Gil-Guirado, Salvador & Pérez-Morales, Alfredo
- 40-49 Monitoring ecological change during rapid socio-economic and political transitions: Colombian ecosystems in the post-conflict era
by Sierra, Carlos A. & Mahecha, Miguel & Poveda, Germán & Álvarez-Dávila, Esteban & Gutierrez-Velez, Víctor H. & Reu, Björn & Feilhauer, Hannes & Anáya, Jesús & Armenteras, Dolors & Benavides, Ana M. & Buendia, Corina & Duque, Álvaro & Estupiñan-Suarez, Lina M. & González, Catalina & Gonzalez-Caro, Sebastián & Jimenez, Rodrigo & Kraemer, Guido & Londoño, Maria C. & Orrego, Sergio A. & Posada, Juan M. & Ruiz-Carrascal, Daniel & Skowronek, Sandra
- 50-58 The role of fish and fisheries in recovering from natural hazards: Lessons learned from Vanuatu
by Eriksson, Hampus & Albert, Joelle & Albert, Simon & Warren, Regon & Pakoa, Kalo & Andrew, Neil
- 59-69 Using publicly available social and spatial data to evaluate progress on REDD+ social safeguards in Indonesia
by Jagger, Pamela & Rana, Pushpendra
- 70-77 Exploring public perceptions of solutions to tree diseases in the UK: Implications for policy-makers
by Jepson, Paul & Arakelyan, Irina
- 78-81 Toward a more consistent combined approach of reduction targets and climate policy regulations: The illustrative case of a meat tax in Denmark
by Caro, Dario & Frederiksen, Pia & Thomsen, Marianne & Pedersen, Anders Branth
- 82-89 Public support for carrot, stick, and no-government water quality policies
by Rissman, Adena R. & Kohl, Patrice A. & Wardropper, Chloe B.
- 90-102 Tracing a pathway to success: How competing interest groups influenced the 2013 EU Common Fisheries Policy reform
by Orach, Kirill & Schlüter, Maja & Österblom, Henrik
- 103-112 The institutions-adaptive capacity nexus: Insights from coastal resources co-management in Cambodia and Vietnam
by Fidelman, Pedro & Van Tuyen, Truong & Nong, Kim & Nursey-Bray, Melissa
- 113-123 Advancing values-based approaches to climate change adaptation: A case study from Australia
by Ramm, Timothy David & Graham, Sonia & White, Christopher John & Watson, Christopher Stephen
- 124-130 Evolution of disaster relief law under multiple transformations: Progressive learning or walking in a circle?
by Raška, Pavel & Dostál, Petr
- 131-138 Fighting sustainability challenges on two fronts: Material efficiency and the emerging carbon capture and storage technologies
by Levänen, Jarkko & Eloneva, Sanni
- 139-145 Regulating oil and gas facility stormwater discharge: An assessment of surface impoundments, spills, and permit compliance
by Abdullah, Khadeeja & Stenstrom, Michael & Suffet, I.H. (Mel) & Swamikannu, Xavier & Malloy, Timothy
- 146-152 Policy-makers perspectives on credibility, relevance and legitimacy (CRELE)
by Dunn, Gemma & Laing, Matthew
- 153-164 Protection of Antarctic soil environments: A review of the current issues and future challenges for the Environmental Protocol
by O’Neill, T.A.
- 165-176 Exploring the circumstances surrounding flood fatalities in Australia—1900–2015 and the implications for policy and practice
by Haynes, Katharine & Coates, Lucinda & van den Honert, Rob & Gissing, Andrew & Bird, Deanne & Dimer de Oliveira, Felipe & D’Arcy, Rebecca & Smith, Chloe & Radford, Deirdre
- 177-184 The social side of spatial decision support systems: Investigating knowledge integration and learning
by Rodela, Romina & Bregt, Arnold K. & Ligtenberg, Arend & Pérez-Soba, Marta & Verweij, Peter
- 185-196 Participatory modelling for sustainable development: Key issues derived from five cases of natural resource and disaster risk management
by Hedelin, Beatrice & Evers, Mariele & Alkan-Olsson, Johanna & Jonsson, Anna
2017, Volume 75, Issue C
- 1-9 Success in preserving historic rural landscapes under various policy measures: Incentives, restrictions or planning?
by Sklenicka, Petr & Kottová, Blanka & Šálek, Miroslav
- 10-18 Experimental floods: A new era for Spanish and Mediterranean rivers?
by Magdaleno, F.
- 19-27 Mainstreaming investments in watershed services to enhance water security: Barriers and opportunities
by Vogl, Adrian L. & Goldstein, Joshua H. & Daily, Gretchen C. & Vira, Bhaskar & Bremer, Leah & McDonald, Robert I. & Shemie, Daniel & Tellman, Beth & Cassin, Jan
- 28-37 Is the EU WFD suitable to support IWRM planning in non-European countries? Lessons learnt from the introduction of IWRM and River Basin Management in Mongolia
by Heldt, Sonja & Rodríguez-de-Francisco, Jean Carlo & Dombrowsky, Ines & Feld, Christian K. & Karthe, Daniel
- 38-46 California dreaming: Challenges posed by transposing science-based marine protected area planning processes in different political contexts
by De Santo, Elizabeth M.
- 47-55 Complementary safeguards for robust regional watershed governance in a federation: New York City and its municipal water supply
by Hanlon, Jeffrey W.
- 56-64 Employing the shared socioeconomic pathways to predict CO2 emissions
by Böhmelt, Tobias
- 65-69 Ensuring water resource security in China; the need for advances in evidence-based policy to support sustainable management
by Gu, Shuzhong & Jenkins, Alan & Gao, Shi-Ji & Lu, Yonglong & Li, Hong & Li, Yuanyuan & Ferrier, Robert C. & Bailey, Mark & Wang, Yiwen & Zhang, Yuan & Qi, Xuebin & Yu, Lili & Ding, Liuqian & Daniell, Tim & Williams, Richard & Hannaford, Jamie & Acreman, Mike & Kirk, Stuart & Liu, Hongxian & Liu, Zhengtao & Luo, Liangguo & Yan, Denghua & Liu, Xuejun & Yu, Fang & Wang, Dong & Zhang, Bing & Ding, Aizhong & Xie, Xiangrong & Liu, Jing & Ma, Chao & Jobson, Anita
- 70-80 A review on political factors influencing public support for urban environmental policy
by Wan, Calvin & Shen, Geoffrey Qiping & Choi, Stella
- 81-90 Institutional challenges to climate change adaptation: A case study on policy action gaps in Uganda
by Ampaire, Edidah L. & Jassogne, Laurence & Providence, Happy & Acosta, Mariola & Twyman, Jennifer & Winowiecki, Leigh & van Asten, Piet
- 91-102 Utilitarian framings of biodiversity shape environmental impact assessment in development cooperation
by Hugé, Jean & Rochette, Anne-Julie & Janssens de Bisthoven, Luc & Dahdouh-Guebas, Farid & Koedam, Nico & Vanhove, Maarten P.M.
- 103-110 Opportunities for knowledge co-production across the energy-food-water nexus: Making interdisciplinary approaches work for better climate decision making
by Howarth, Candice & Monasterolo, Irene
- 111-120 Tidal river management in the south west Ganges-Brahmaputra delta in Bangladesh: Moving towards a transdisciplinary approach?
by Gain, Animesh K. & Benson, David & Rahman, Rezaur & Datta, Dilip Kumar & Rouillard, Josselin J.
- 121-137 Climate change adaptation in the Sahel
by Epule, Terence Epule & Ford, James D. & Lwasa, Shuaib & Lepage, Laurent
- 138-147 Cost estimates of the Kigali Amendment to phase-down hydrofluorocarbons
by Höglund-Isaksson, Lena & Purohit, Pallav & Amann, Markus & Bertok, Imrich & Rafaj, Peter & Schöpp, Wolfgang & Borken-Kleefeld, Jens
- 148-157 Stakeholder involvement in strategic adaptation planning: Transdisciplinarity and co-production at stake?
by Wamsler, Christine
- 158-172 Improving flood risk analysis for effectively supporting the implementation of flood risk management plans: The case study of “Serio” Valley
by Albano, Raffaele & Mancusi, Leonardo & Abbate, Andrea
- 173-183 Making sense of complexity in risk governance in post-disaster Fukushima fisheries: A scalar approach
by Mabon, Leslie & Kawabe, Midori
- 184-215 Exploring European food system vulnerabilities: Towards integrated food security governance
by Moragues-Faus, Ana & Sonnino, Roberta & Marsden, Terry
2017, Volume 74, Issue C
- 1-7 Breaking barriers for a bio-based economy: Interactive reflection on monitoring water quality
by Metze, Tamara & Schuitmaker, Tjerk Jan & Bitsch, Lise & Broerse, Jacqueline
- 8-13 “Traffic intervention” policy fails to mitigate air pollution in megacity Delhi
by Chowdhury, Sourangsu & Dey, Sagnik & Tripathi, Sachchida Nand & Beig, Gufran & Mishra, Amit Kumar & Sharma, Sumit
- 14-22 Socioeconomic changes and environmental policies as dimensions of regional land transitions in the Atlantic Forest, Brazil
by Silva, Ramon Felipe Bicudo da & Batistella, Mateus & Moran, Emilio Federico
- 23-29 Constructing risks – Internalisation of flood risks in the flood risk management plan
by Roos, Matthijs M.D. & Hartmann, Thomas T. & Spit, Tejo T.J.M. & Johann, Georg G.
- 30-39 Scientist and stakeholder perspectives of transdisciplinary research: Early attitudes, expectations, and tensions
by Thompson, Mary Anne & Owen, Susan & Lindsay, Jan M. & Leonard, Graham S. & Cronin, Shane J.
- 40-48 Ecosystem services in global sustainability policies
by Geijzendorffer, Ilse R. & Cohen-Shacham, Emmanuelle & Cord, Anna F. & Cramer, Wolfgang & Guerra, Carlos & Martín-López, Berta
- 49-56 Exploring fair and ambitious mitigation contributions under the Paris Agreement goals
by Pan, Xunzhang & Elzen, Michel den & Höhne, Niklas & Teng, Fei & Wang, Lining
- 57-67 Making time for space: The critical role of spatial planning in adapting natural resource management to climate change
by Adams, V.M. & Álvarez-Romero, J.G. & Capon, S.J. & Crowley, G.M. & Dale, A.P. & Kennard, M.J. & Douglas, M.M. & Pressey, R.L.
- 68-74 Pre-listing conservation of candidate species under the endangered species act: An evaluation of prevalence, accessibility, and market-based conservation efforts
by BenDor, Todd K. & Vitro, Kristen A. & Riggsbee, J. Adam
2017, Volume 73, Issue C
- 1-11 Negotiating Indigenous knowledge at the science-policy interface: Insights from the Xáxli’p Community Forest
by Diver, Sibyl
- 12-19 The conception of public interest in Dutch flood risk management: Untouchable or transforming?
by Wiering, Mark & Winnubst, Madelinde
- 20-28 Socio-environmental conflicts on hydropower: The São Luiz do Tapajós project in Brazil
by Hess, Christoph Ernst Emil & Fenrich, Eva
- 29-37 Understanding socio-cultural dimensions of environmental decision-making: A knowledge governance approach
by van Kerkhoff, Lorrae & Pilbeam, Victoria
- 38-44 Conflicts and security in integrated water resources management
by Al-Saidi, Mohammad
- 45-51 Improving habitat exchange planning through theory, application, and lessons from other fields
by Galik, Christopher S. & BenDor, Todd K. & DeMeester, Julie & Wolfe, David
- 52-60 Are ecosystem service hotspots located in protected areas? Results from a study in Southern Italy
by Spanò, Marinella & Leronni, Vincenzo & Lafortezza, Raffaele & Gentile, Francesco
- 61-70 Analyzing REDD+ as an experiment of transformative climate governance: Insights from Indonesia
by Kaisa, Korhonen-Kurki & Maria, Brockhaus & Efrian, Muharrom & Sirkku, Juhola & Moira, Moeliono & Cynthia, Maharani & Bimo, Dwisatrio
- 71-79 The role of science-policy interface in sustainable urban water transitions: Lessons from Rotterdam
by Dunn, G. & Brown, R.R. & Bos, J.J. & Bakker, K.
- 80-88 Evaluating the best available social science for natural resource management decision-making
by Charnley, Susan & Carothers, Courtney & Satterfield, Terre & Levine, Arielle & Poe, Melissa R. & Norman, Karma & Donatuto, Jamie & Breslow, Sara Jo & Mascia, Michael B. & Levin, Phillip S. & Basurto, Xavier & Hicks, Christina C. & García-Quijano, Carlos & St. Martin, Kevin
- 89-92 Towards integrated food policy: Main challenges and steps ahead
by Candel, Jeroen J.L. & Pereira, Laura
- 93-99 The perceived psychological distance of climate change impacts and its influence on support for adaptation policy
by Singh, Ajay S. & Zwickle, Adam & Bruskotter, Jeremy T. & Wilson, Robyn
- 100-114 The potential benefits of on-farm mitigation scenarios for reducing multiple pollutant loadings in prioritised agri-environment areas across England
by Zhang, Y. & Collins, A.L. & Jones, J.I. & Johnes, P.J. & Inman, A. & Freer, J.E.
- 115-123 Motivations and barriers for Western Australian broad-acre farmers to adopt carbon farming
by Kragt, Marit E. & Dumbrell, Nikki P. & Blackmore, Louise
- 124-132 An analysis of the likely success of policy actions under uncertainty: Recovery from acidification across Great Britain
by Whyatt, J. Duncan & Metcalfe, Sarah E. & Derwent, Richard G. & Page, Trevor
2017, Volume 72, Issue C
- 1-9 Can community-based governance strengthen citizenship in support of climate change adaptation? Testing insights from Self-Determination Theory
by Marshall, Graham R. & Hine, Donald W. & East, Miriam J.
- 12-19 Forward planning to maintain the attractiveness of coastal areas: Choosing between seawalls and managed retreat
by Rulleau, Bénédicte & Rey-Valette, Hélène
- 20-29 Policy, legislative and institutional assessments for integrated river basin management in Turkey
by Delipınar, Şermin & Karpuzcu, Mehmet
- 30-40 The re-territorialisation of Biosphere Reserves: The case of Wester Ross, Northwest Scotland
by Price, Martin F.
- 41-51 The spatial distribution of Antarctica’s protected areas: A product of pragmatism, geopolitics or conservation need?
by Hughes, Kevin A. & Grant, Susie M.
- 52-54 Is a science-policy nexus void leading to restoration failure in global mining?
by Stevens, Jason & Dixon, Kingsley
- 55-64 Regulating the water-energy-food nexus: Interdependencies, transaction costs and procedural justice
by Larcom, Shaun & van Gevelt, Terry
- 65-75 Understanding the science-policy interface: Case studies on the role of information in fisheries management
by Soomai, Suzuette S.
2017, Volume 71, Issue C
- 1-8 Critical habitat designation for Canadian listed species: Slow, biased, and incomplete
by Bird, Sarah C. & Hodges, Karen E.
- 9-18 Perception and handling of uncertainties in water management—A study of practitioners’ and scientists’ perspectives on uncertainty in their daily decision-making
by Höllermann, Britta & Evers, Mariele
- 19-29 Understanding the impact of climate change on the dwindling water resources of South Africa, focusing mainly on Olifants River basin: A review
by Nkhonjera, German K.
- 30-40 Global and regional abatement costs of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and of enhanced action to levels well below 2°C and 1.5°C
by Hof, Andries F. & den Elzen, Michel G.J. & Admiraal, Annemiek & Roelfsema, Mark & Gernaat, David E.H.J. & van Vuuren, Detlef P.
- 41-55 Making water policy work in the United Kingdom: A case study of practical approaches to strengthening complex, multi-tiered systems of water governance
by Robins, L. & Burt, T.P. & Bracken, L.J. & Boardman, J. & Thompson, D.B.A.
2017, Volume 70, Issue C
- 1-8 Factors influencing the use of decision support tools in the development and design of conservation policy
by Gibson, Fiona L. & Rogers, Abbie A. & Smith, Anthony D.M. & Roberts, Anna & Possingham, Hugh & McCarthy, Michael & Pannell, David J.
- 9-20 The Impact-Likelihood Matrix: A policy tool for behaviour prioritisation
by Kneebone, Sarah & Smith, Liam & Fielding, Kelly
- 21-30 Resilience in practice: Five principles to enable societies to cope with extreme weather events
by de Bruijn, Karin & Buurman, Joost & Mens, Marjolein & Dahm, Ruben & Klijn, Frans
- 31-37 Transforming communication and knowledge production processes to address high-end climate change
by Tàbara, J. David & St. Clair, Asun Lera & Hermansen, Erlend A.T.
- 38-45 Adaptation opportunities and constraints in coupled systems: Evidence from the U.S. energy-water nexus
by Ernst, Kathleen M. & Preston, Benjamin L.
- 46-53 The institutional capacity for a resource transition—A critical review of Swedish governmental commissions on landfill mining
by Johansson, N. & Krook, J. & Eklund, M.
- 54-66 An evaluation of ecological impact assessment procedural effectiveness over time
by Drayson, Katherine & Wood, Graham & Thompson, Stewart
2017, Volume 69, Issue C
- 1-12 Climate change policy and water resources in the EU and Spain. A closer look into the Water Framework Directive
by Escribano Francés, Gonzalo & Quevauviller, Philippe & San Martín González, Enrique & Vargas Amelin, Elisa
- 13-21 Risks in urban rooftop agriculture: Assessing stakeholders’ perceptions to ensure efficient policymaking
by Specht, Kathrin & Sanyé-Mengual, Esther
- 22-28 Bumping against the boundary: IPBES and the knowledge divide
by Löfmarck, Erik & Lidskog, Rolf
- 29-38 Designing monitoring arrangements for collaborative learning about adaptation pathways
by Hermans, Leon M. & Haasnoot, Marjolijn & ter Maat, Judith & Kwakkel, Jan H.
- 39-49 The threat of abandonment in socio-ecological landscapes: Farmers’ motivations and perspectives on high nature value grassland conservation
by McGinlay, J. & Gowing, D.J.G & Budds, J.
- 50-56 Eradication of the non-native Poa pratensis colony at Cierva Point, Antarctica: A case study of international cooperation and practical management in an area under multi-party governance
by Pertierra, Luis R. & Hughes, Kevin A. & Tejedo, Pablo & Enríquez, Natalia & Luciañez, María José & Benayas, Javier
- 57-64 Worldwide peatland degradations and the related carbon dioxide emissions: the importance of policy regulations
by Urák, István & Hartel, Tibor & Gallé, Róbert & Balog, Adalbert
- 65-72 Methodology for the development of a new Sustainable Infrastructure Rating System for Developing Countries (SIRSDEC)
by Diaz-Sarachaga, Jose Manuel & Jato-Espino, Daniel & Castro-Fresno, Daniel
- 73-80 Application of the Sustainable Infrastructure Rating System for Developing Countries (SIRSDEC) to a case study
by Diaz-Sarachaga, Jose Manuel & Jato-Espino, Daniel & Castro-Fresno, Daniel
- 81-84 Policy considerations for limiting unintended residual plastic in agricultural soils
by Brodhagen, Marion & Goldberger, Jessica R. & Hayes, Douglas G. & Inglis, Debra Ann & Marsh, Thomas L. & Miles, Carol
- 85-93 Future options for cultivated Nordic peat soils: Can land management and rewetting control greenhouse gas emissions?
by Kløve, Bjørn & Berglund, Kerstin & Berglund, Örjan & Weldon, Simon & Maljanen, Marja
- 94-104 The Ecological Footprint of Mediterranean cities: Awareness creation and policy implications
by Baabou, Wafaa & Grunewald, Nicole & Ouellet-Plamondon, Claudiane & Gressot, Michel & Galli, Alessandro
- 105-112 Exploring tensions and conflicts in invasive species management: The case of Asian carp
by Kokotovich, Adam E. & Andow, David A.
- 113-123 The water-energy-food nexus: Is the increasing attention warranted, from either a research or policy perspective?
by Wichelns, Dennis
- 124-135 Informing watershed planning and policy in the Truckee River basin through stakeholder engagement, scenario development, and impact evaluation
by Podolak, Kristen & Lowe, Erik & Wolny, Stacie & Nickel, Barry & Kelsey, Rodd
2017, Volume 68, Issue C
- 1-9 Ecological risk assessments to guide decision-making: Methodology matters
by Piet, Gerjan J. & Knights, Antony M. & Jongbloed, Ruud H. & Tamis, Jacqueline E. & de Vries, Pepijn & Robinson, Leonie A.
- 10-19 Adaptation of Russian agriculture to climatic variability: The role of federal and provincial policies
by Stupak, Nataliya
- 20-27 Accommodating consensus and diversity in environmental knowledge production: Achieving closure through typologies in IPBES
by Montana, Jasper
- 28-34 Comparison of the role of property rights in right wing and left wing American and European environmental policy deliberations
by Goldstein, Bernard D. & Hudak, Juliann M.
- 35-46 Urbanization and environmental policy effects on the future availability of grazing resources on the Mongolian Plateau: Modeling socio-environmental system dynamics
by Allington, Ginger R.H. & Li, Wei & Brown, Daniel G.
- 47-57 What it took to catalyse uptake of dynamic adaptive pathways planning to address climate change uncertainty
by Lawrence, Judy & Haasnoot, Marjolijn
- 58-68 Fuzzy modelling to identify key drivers of ecological water quality to support decision and policy making
by Forio, Marie Anne Eurie & Mouton, Ans & Lock, Koen & Boets, Pieter & Nguyen, Thi Hanh Tien & Damanik Ambarita, Minar Naomi & Musonge, Peace Liz Sasha & Dominguez-Granda, Luis & Goethals, Peter L.M.
- 69-79 Understanding the black box of communication in a common-pool resource field experiment
by Lopez, Maria Claudia & Villamayor-Tomas, Sergio
- 80-86 From dichotomy to duality: Addressing interdisciplinary epistemological barriers to inclusive knowledge governance in global environmental assessments
by Obermeister, Noam
- 87-96 An integrative research framework for enabling transformative adaptation
by Colloff, Matthew J. & Martín-López, Berta & Lavorel, Sandra & Locatelli, Bruno & Gorddard, Russell & Longaretti, Pierre-Yves & Walters, Gretchen & van Kerkhoff, Lorrae & Wyborn, Carina & Coreau, Audrey & Wise, Russell M. & Dunlop, Michael & Degeorges, Patrick & Grantham, Hedley & Overton, Ian C. & Williams, Rachel D. & Doherty, Michael D. & Capon, Tim & Sanderson, Todd & Murphy, Helen T.
- 97-106 The water-energy-food nexus
by Kurian, Mathew
2017, Volume 67, Issue C
- 1-7 Navigating the authority paradox: Practising objectivity in environmental expertise
by Kunseler, Eva-Maria & Tuinstra, Willemijn
- 8-15 Science as a “fixed point”? Quantification and boundary objects in international climate politics
by Lahn, Bård & Sundqvist, Göran
- 16-26 Factors influencing successful implementation of Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam: Challenges, opportunities and lessons learnt
by Cuong, Chu Van & Dart, Peter & Dudley, Nigel & Hockings, Marc
- 27-34 Comparing observed and hypothetical climates as a means of communicating to the public and policymakers: The case of European heatwaves
by Beniston, Martin & Stoffel, Markus & Guillet, Sébastien
- 35-43 Climate policy integration in the land use sector: Mitigation, adaptation and sustainable development linkages
by Di Gregorio, Monica & Nurrochmat, Dodik Ridho & Paavola, Jouni & Sari, Intan Maya & Fatorelli, Leandra & Pramova, Emilia & Locatelli, Bruno & Brockhaus, Maria & Kusumadewi, Sonya Dyah
- 44-51 Managing a forgotten greenhouse gas under existing U.S. law: An interdisciplinary analysis
by Kanter, David R. & Wentz, Jessica A. & Galloway, James N. & Moomaw, William R. & Winiwarter, Wilfried
- 52-60 Using qualitative models to define sustainable management for the commons in data poor conditions
by Mancini, Francesca & Coghill, George M. & Lusseau, David
2016, Volume 66, Issue C
- 1-10 Governance structures for social-ecological systems: Assessing institutional options against a social residual claimant
by Dwyer, Janet & Hodge, Ian
- 11-22 Cap and trade policy for managing water competition from potential future carbon plantations
by Connor, Jeffery D. & Bryan, Brett A. & Nolan, Martin
- 23-30 Scientists versus policy-makers: Building capacity for productive interactions across boundaries in the urban water sector
by Laing, Matthew & Wallis, Philip J.
- 31-39 The governance of ecosystem services in river basins: An approach for structured data representation and analysis
by Knüppe, Kathrin & Knieper, Christian
- 40-46 National laws and policies can enable or confound adaptive governance: Examples from South African national parks
by Novellie, Peter & Biggs, Harry & Roux, Dirk
- 47-61 QUICKScan as a quick and participatory methodology for problem identification and scoping in policy processes
by Verweij, Peter & Janssen, Sander & Braat, Leon & van Eupen, Michiel & Pérez Soba, Marta & Winograd, Manuel & de Winter, Wim & Cormont, Anouk
- 62-72 Using participatory geographic approaches for urban flood risk in Santiago de Chile: Insights from a governance analysis
by Usón, Tomás J. & Klonner, Carolin & Höfle, Bernhard
- 73-81 A continuum of governance regimes: A new perspective on co-management in irrigation systems
by Frey, Ulrich J. & Villamayor-Tomas, Sergio & Theesfeld, Insa
- 82-92 “The Good Life”: Engaging the public with community-based carbon reduction strategies
by Axon, Stephen
- 93-100 Integrating high resolution soil data into federal crop insurance policy: Implications for policy and conservation
by Woodard, Joshua D.
- 101-111 Predictors of local support for a seawater desalination plant in a small coastal community
by Heck, Nadine & Paytan, Adina & Potts, Donald C. & Haddad, Brent
- 112-118 Policing and polluting: The role of practices in contemporary urban environmental pollution governance
by Horne, Ralph & Strengers, Yolande & Strempel, Anna
- 119-128 Pathways of system transformation: Strategic agency to support regime change
by Werbeloff, Lara & Brown, Rebekah R. & Loorbach, Derk
- 129-139 Policy strategies to foster the resilience of mountain social-ecological systems under uncertain global change
by Brunner, Sibyl Hanna & Grêt-Regamey, Adrienne
- 140-150 Blue water scarcity in the Black Sea catchment: Identifying key actors in the water-ecosystem-energy-food nexus
by Fasel, M. & Bréthaut, C. & Rouholahnejad, E. & Lacayo-Emery, M.A. & Lehmann, A.
- 151-159 Explaining the de facto open access of public property commons: Insights from the Indus Delta mangroves
by Memon, Junaid Alam & Thapa, Gopal B.
- 160-169 The role of economic, policy, and ecological factors in estimating the value of carbon stocks in Everglades mangrove forests, South Florida, USA
by Jerath, Meenakshi & Bhat, Mahadev & Rivera-Monroy, Victor H. & Castañeda-Moya, Edward & Simard, Marc & Twilley, Robert R.
- 170-178 Knowledge users’ perspectives and advice on how to improve knowledge exchange and mobilization in the case of a co-managed fishery
by Young, Nathan & Nguyen, Vivian M. & Corriveau, Marianne & Cooke, Steven J. & Hinch, Scott G.
- 179-190 Ecosystem services for water policy: Insights across Europe
by Grizzetti, B. & Liquete, C. & Antunes, P. & Carvalho, L. & Geamănă, N. & Giucă, R. & Leone, M. & McConnell, S. & Preda, E. & Santos, R. & Turkelboom, F. & Vădineanu, A. & Woods, H.
- 191-198 Testing emissions equivalency metrics against climate policy goals
by Edwards, Morgan R. & McNerney, James & Trancik, Jessika E.
- 199-207 National pathways to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): A comparative review of scenario modelling tools
by Allen, Cameron & Metternicht, Graciela & Wiedmann, Thomas
- 208-216 Incentives and barriers to environmental inequality mobilization: A case-study analysis in Wallonia, Belgium
by Lejeune, Zoé & Teller, Jacques
- 217-226 Facilitating landform migration by removing shore protection structures: Opportunities and constraints
by Nordstrom, Karl F. & Jackson, Nancy L. & Roman, Charles T.
- 227-233 The legacy of surface mining: Remediation, restoration, reclamation and rehabilitation
by Lima, Ana T. & Mitchell, Kristen & O’Connell, David W. & Verhoeven, Jos & Van Cappellen, Philippe
- 234-241 Conserving socio-ecological landscapes: An analysis of traditional and responsive management practices for floodplain meadows in England
by McGinlay, J. & Gowing, D.J.G. & Budds, J.
- 242-249 A multi-level perspective on learning about climate change adaptation through international cooperation
by Vinke-de Kruijf, Joanne & Pahl-Wostl, Claudia
- 250-259 Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management
by Breslow, Sara Jo & Sojka, Brit & Barnea, Raz & Basurto, Xavier & Carothers, Courtney & Charnley, Susan & Coulthard, Sarah & Dolšak, Nives & Donatuto, Jamie & García-Quijano, Carlos & Hicks, Christina C. & Levine, Arielle & Mascia, Michael B. & Norman, Karma & Poe, Melissa & Satterfield, Terre & Martin, Kevin St. & Levin, Phillip S.
- 260-269 A review of Australian approaches for monitoring, assessing and reporting estuarine condition: I. International context and evaluation criteria
by Hallett, Chris S. & Valesini, Fiona & Elliott, Mike
- 270-281 A review of Australian approaches for monitoring, assessing and reporting estuarine condition: II. State and Territory programs
by Hallett, Chris S. & Valesini, Fiona & Scanes, Peter & Crawford, Christine & Gillanders, Bronwyn M. & Pope, Adam & Udy, James & Fortune, Julia & Townsend, Simon & Barton, Jan & Ye, Qifeng & Ross, D. Jeff & Martin, Kathryn & Glasby, Tim & Maxwell, Paul
- 282-291 A review of Australian approaches for monitoring, assessing and reporting estuarine condition: III. Evaluation against international best practice and recommendations for the future
by Hallett, Chris S. & Valesini, Fiona & Elliott, Mike
- 292-298 African voters indicate lack of support for climate change policies
by Obradovich, Nick & Zimmerman, Brigitte
- 299-309 Prescriptive conflict prevention analysis: An application to the 2021 update of the Austrian flood risk management plan
by Hernández-González, Yeray & Ceddia, Michele Graziano & Zepharovich, Elena & Christopoulos, Dimitris
- 310-313 Climate change in the urban environment: Advancing, measuring and achieving resiliency
by Doherty, Meghan & Klima, Kelly & Hellmann, Jessica J.
- 314-323 Risky business: Engaging the public on sea level rise and inundation
by Akerlof, Karen L. & Rowan, Katherine E. & La Porte, Todd & Batten, Brian K. & Ernst, Howard & Sklarew, Dann M.
- 324-333 Adapting to risk and perpetuating poverty: Household’s strategies for managing flood risk and water scarcity in Mexico City
by Eakin, Hallie & Lerner, Amy M. & Manuel-Navarrete, David & Hernández Aguilar, Bertha & Martínez-Canedo, Alejandra & Tellman, Beth & Charli-Joseph, Lakshmi & Fernández Álvarez, Rafael & Bojórquez-Tapia, Luis
- 334-343 On the confluence of city living, energy saving behaviours and direct residential energy consumption
by Poruschi, Lavinia & Ambrey, Christopher L.
- 344-352 Supporting local climate change adaptation: Where we are and where we need to go
by Nordgren, John & Stults, Missy & Meerow, Sara
- 353-365 Innovative policy practices to advance building energy efficiency and retrofitting: Approaches, impacts and challenges in ten C40 cities
by Trencher, Gregory & Castán Broto, Vanesa & Takagi, Tomoko & Sprigings, Zoe & Nishida, Yuko & Yarime, Masaru
- 366-374 The social and spatial distribution of temperature-related health impacts from urban heat island reduction policies
by Vargo, Jason & Stone, Brian & Habeeb, Dana & Liu, Peng & Russell, Armistead
- 375-382 Climate change adaptation planning in large cities: A systematic global assessment
by Araos, Malcolm & Berrang-Ford, Lea & Ford, James D. & Austin, Stephanie E. & Biesbroek, Robbert & Lesnikowski, Alexandra
- 383-392 Evaluation that counts: A review of climate change adaptation indicators & metrics using lessons from effective evaluation and science-practice interaction
by Arnott, James C. & Moser, Susanne C. & Goodrich, Kristen A.
- 393-402 A framework for adapting urban forests to climate change
by Brandt, Leslie & Derby Lewis, Abigail & Fahey, Robert & Scott, Lydia & Darling, Lindsay & Swanston, Chris
- 403-419 Measuring the adaptation gap: A framework for evaluating climate hazards and opportunities in urban areas
by Chen, Chen & Doherty, Meghan & Coffee, Joyce & Wong, Theodore & Hellmann, Jessica
- 420-426 Indicators of urban climate resilience: A contextual approach
by Tyler, Stephen & Nugraha, Erwin & Nguyen, Ha Kim & Nguyen, Nhung Van & Sari, Aniessa Delima & Thinpanga, Pakamas & Tran, Thao Thanh & Verma, Sheo Shanker
- 427-436 Adaptation Planning Support Toolbox: Measurable performance information based tools for co-creation of resilient, ecosystem-based urban plans with urban designers, decision-makers and stakeholders
by van de Ven, Frans H.M. & Snep, Robbert P.H. & Koole, Stijn & Brolsma, Reinder & van der Brugge, Rutger & Spijker, Joop & Vergroesen, Toine
2016, Volume 65, Issue C
- 3-12 A decision framework for Integrated Assessment Modelling of air quality at regional and local scale
by Guariso, G. & Maione, M. & Volta, M.
- 13-21 Overview of current regional and local scale air quality modelling practices: Assessment and planning tools in the EU
by Thunis, P. & Miranda, A. & Baldasano, J.M. & Blond, N. & Douros, J. & Graff, A. & Janssen, S. & Juda-Rezler, K. & Karvosenoja, N. & Maffeis, G. & Martilli, A. & Rasoloharimahefa, M. & Real, E. & Viaene, P. & Volta, M. & White, L.
- 22-28 Air quality integrated assessment modelling in the context of EU policy: A way forward
by Viaene, P. & Belis, C.A. & Blond, N. & Bouland, C. & Juda-Rezler, K. & Karvosenoja, N. & Martilli, A. & Miranda, A. & Pisoni, E. & Volta, M.
- 29-38 Applying integrated assessment methodologies to air quality plans: Two European cases
by Miranda, A.I. & Relvas, H. & Viaene, P. & Janssen, S. & Brasseur, O. & Carnevale, C. & Declerck, P. & Maffeis, G. & Turrini, E. & Volta, M.
- 39-47 Uncertainty evaluation in air quality planning decisions: a case study for Northern Italy
by Carnevale, C. & Douros, J. & Finzi, G. & Graff, A. & Guariso, G. & Nahorski, Z. & Pisoni, E. & Ponche, J-L. & Real, E. & Turrini, E. & Vlachokostas, Ch.
- 48-57 Air quality and climate change: Designing new win-win policies for Europe
by Maione, Michela & Fowler, David & Monks, Paul S. & Reis, Stefan & Rudich, Yinon & Williams, Martin L. & Fuzzi, Sandro