Sustainability Research Institute

Sustainability Research Institute: Working papers

The SRI Working Papers are an opportunity for SRI members to publish ongoing research at an early stage. The series contains a diverse range of material, from literature reviews, case studies and policy debates to analytical and theoretical pieces. All of the topics covered relate to work under the Institute's research groups: business and organisations for sustainable societies, economics and policy for sustainability, environmental change and sustainable development, and social and political dimensions of sustainability. Papers which are developed further and published elsewhere may be withdrawn.

No 110: Identifying Opportunities for Coherence between the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions and the Sustainable Development Goals: The Case of ECOWAS Member States Philip Antwi-Agyei, Andrew J. Dougill, Thomas Peprah Agyekum, and Lindsay C. Stringer, June 2017.

No 109: Designing Industrial Strategy for a Low Carbon Transformation Jonathan Busch, Timothy Foxon and Peter Taylor, April 2017.

No 108: Climate change adaptation and cross-sectoral policy coherence in southern Africa
England, M.I., Dougill, A.J., Stringer, L.C., Vincent, K.E., Pardoe, J., Kalaba, F.K., Mkwambisi, D.D
and Namaganda, E., April 2017.

No 107: Vulnerability of microfinance institutions to climate risk in the Satkhira District, Southwest Bangladesh Adrian Fenton, Anne Tallontire and Jouni Paavola, March 2017.

No. 106: Large-scale Agricultural Investments and Institutions in Zambia: Patterns, Possibilities and Barriers Manda, S., Tallontire, A.M. and Dougill, A.J., March, 2017.

No. 105: Historical perspectives on pastoralism and land tenure transformation in Ngamiland, Botswana: What are the policy and institutional lessons? Basupi, L V., Quinn, C H., Dougill, A J, February 2017.

No. 104: Mini-me: Climate scientists’ (mis)perceptions of users and their needs James J. Porter and Suraje Dessai, February 2017.

No. 103: Developing an Input-Output based method to estimate a national-level EROI (energy return on investment) Lina Brand-Correa, Paul Brockway, Claire Carter, Tim Foxon, Anne Owen, and Peter Taylor, January 2017. 

See Lina Brand-Correa, Paul Brockway, Claire Carter, Tim Foxon, Anne Owen, and Peter Taylor (2017) Developing an Input-Output based method to estimate a national-level energy return on investment (EROI). Energies 2017, 10(4), 534. DOI: 10.3390/en10040534 

No. 102: ‘I Prefer 30°’: Business Strategies for Consumer Messages to reduce carbon emissions; An Empirical Coevolutionary Analysis Elizabeth Morgan, Tim Foxon, and Anne Tallontire, December 2016.

No. 101: Comparing the social and scientific values of national climate projections in the Netherlands, Switzerland and the UK Maurice Skelton, James J. Porter, Suraje Dessai, David N. Bresch, Reto Knutti, December 2016.

No. 100: Can national policy blockages accelerate the development of polycentric governance? Evidence from recent developments in UK climate policy Ross Gillard, Andrew Gouldson, Jouni Paavola, and Jamie Van Alstine, November 2016.

No. 99: Autonomous adaptation to riverine flooding in Satkhira District, Bangladesh: insights for transformation Adrian Fenton, Anne Tallontire and Jouni Paavola, October 2016.

No. 98: Blowing policy bubbles: rethinking emissions targets and renewable energy subsidies in the UK Ross Gillard and Kathryn Lock, October 2016.

No. 97: Using Participatory Mapping and a Participatory Geographic Information System in pastoral land use investigation: The impacts of rangeland policy in Botswana Basupi, L V., Quinn, C H., Dougill, A J, June 2016.

No. 96: Is co-producing science for adaptation decision-making a risk worth taking? James J. Porter and Suraje Dessai, April 2016.

No. 95: A systematic review of the impacts of climate variability and change on electricity systems in Europe Muriel C. Bonjean Stanton, Suraje Dessai, and Jouni Paavola, March 2016.

See Muriel C. Bonjean Stanton, Suraje Dessai, Jouni Paavola (2016) A systematic review of the impacts of climate variability and change on electricity systems in Europe. Energy. Volume 109, 15 August 2016, Pages 1148–1159 doi:10.1016/j.energy.2016.05.015

No. 94: Integrating Mitigation and Adaptation in Climate and Land Use Policies in Brazil: A Policy Document Analysis Monica Di Gregorio, Leandra Fatorelli, Emilia Pramova, Peter H. May, Bruno Locatelli and Maria Brockhaus, February 2016.

No. 93: Exploring power and procedural justice within Climate-Compatible Development project design: whose priorities are being considered? Benjamin T. Wood, Andrew J. Dougill, Claire H. Quinn and Lindsay C. Stringer, February 2016.

This paper is currently under review by a journal.

No. 92: Spatio-temporal analyses of impacts of multiple climatic hazards in the savannah ecosystem of Ghana Gerald A.B. Yiran and Lindsay C. Stringer, January 2016.

No. 91: Barriers and enablers to the use of seasonal climate forecasts amongst organisations in Europe Marta Bruno Soares and Suraje Dessai, January 2016.

See Marta Bruno Soares and Suraje Dessai. (2016) Barrier and enablers to the use of seasonal climate forecasts amongst organisations in Europe. Climate Change. April 2016, pp. 1-15. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-016-1671-8

No. 90: Integrating Mitigation and Adaptation in Climate and Land Use Policies in Indonesia: A Policy Document Analysis Monica Di Gregorio, Dodik Ridho Nurrochmat, Leandra Fatorelli, Emilia Pramova, Intan Maya Sari, Bruno Locatelli and Maria Brockhaus, November 2015.

No. 89: Spatial Mapping of Vulnerability to Multi-hazards in the Savanna Ecosystem in Ghana Yiran, G.A.B., Stringer, L.C., Attua, E.M., Evans, A.J., Challinor, A.J. & Gyasi, E.A., November 2015.

No. 88: Can resilience framing enable adaptation to a changing climate? Insights from the UK water sector Paola Sakai, Suraje Dessai, August 2015.

No. 87: Governing the infrastructure commons: lessons for community energy from common pool resource management Katy Roelich, Christof Knoeri, July 2015.

No. 86: Adaptation planning and the use of climate change projections in Local Government in England and Germany Susanne Lorenz, Suraje Dessai, Piers M. Forster, Jouni Paavola, July 2015. 

See Lorenz, S., Dessai, S., Forster, P.M., Paavola, J. (2016) Adaptation planning and the use of climate change projections in local government in England and Germany. Regional Environmental Change. doi:10.1007/s10113-016-1030-3 

No. 85: Youth Participation and Agency in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Harriet Thew, July 2015.

No. 84: Which “fairness”, for whom, and why? Broadening inputs for a standard designed to certify “fairtrade carbon credits” Rebecca J. Howard, Anne M. Tallontire, Lindsay Stringer and Robert A. Marchant, June 2015.

No. 83: Adaptation to climatic hazards in the savannah ecosystem: improving adaptation policy and action Gerald A.B. Yiran and Lindsay C. Stringer, June 2015.

No. 82: Promoting biofuels in developing countries through trilateral cooperation: Brazilian perceptions of the European Union and the United States in biofuels governance Stavros Afionis and Lindsay C. Stringer, May 2015.

No. 81: Tailoring the visual communication of climate projections for local adaptation practitioners in Germany and the UK Susanne Lorenz, Suraje Dessai, Piers M. Forster, Jouni Paavola, March 2015.

See Susanne Lorenz, Suraje Dessai, Piers M. Forster, Jouni Paavola. (2015) Tailoring the visual communication of climate projections for local adaptation practitioners in Germany and the UK. Philosophical Transactions A. October 2015. DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2014.0457

No. 80: Understanding China’s past and future energy demand: an energy efficiency and decomposition analysis Paul E. Brockway, Julia K. Steinberger, John R. Barrett, Timothy J. Foxon, February 2015. 

See Brockway P.E., Steinberger J.K, Barrett J.R. & Foxon T.J. (2015) Understanding China's past and future energy demand: An exergy efficiency and decomposition analysis. Applied Energy 155, pp.892-903 DOI:10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.05.082 

No. 79: Building up resilience in agricultural supply chains: towards an integrated approach Anne Tallontire, Bob Doherty, Chee Yew Wong, William Young, Mike Tse, Severine Saintier, Zoe Ollerenshaw, Mina Said-Allsopp, Corrado Topi, David Oglethorpe, February 2015.

No. 78: Out of reach? Mitigation of CO2 emissions from road transport sector in Bahrain M. AlSabbagh, Y. L. Siu, A. Guehnemann, J. Barrett, February 2015.

See M. AlSabbagh, Y. L. Siu, A. Guehnemann, J. Barrett. 2015. Mitigation of CO2 emissions from the road passenger transport sector in Bahrain. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. DOI: 10.1007/s11027-015-9666-8.

No. 77: Renewable energy partnerships in development cooperation: Towards a relational theory of technical assistance Lena J. Kruckenberg, January 2015.

No. 76: The Right Stuff? Informing Adaptation to Climate Change in British Local Government

See James J. Porter, David Demeritt, Suraje Dessai (2015) The right stuff? informing adaptation to climate change in British Local Government. Global Environmental Change, 35, 411-422 doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2015.10.004.

No. 75: Exploring the agency of Africa in designing REDD+ and the associated implications for national level implementation Joanes Atela and Claire Quinn, December 2014.

No. 74: Unpacking Brazil’s leadership in the global biofuels arena: Brazilian ethanol diplomacy in Africa Stavros Afionis, Lindsay C. Stringer, Nicola Favretto and Marcos Buckeridge, November 2014.

See Afionis S; Stringer LC; Favretto N; Tomei J; Buckeridge MS (2016) Unpacking Brazil"s leadership in the global biofuels arena: Brazilian ethanol diplomacy in Africa, Global Environmental Politics, 16, pp.127-150. doi: 10.1162/GLEP_a_00369

No. 73: Combining nexus and resilience thinking in a novel framework to enable more equitable and just outcomes L.C.Stringer, C.H.Quinn, R.J.Berman, H.T.V.Le, F.E.Msuya, S.E. Orchard and J.C.B. Pezzuti, October 2014.

No. 72: Assessing the key enablers for REDD+ to achieve credible mitigation and sustainable livelihood outcomes at the local level: evidence from Kenya Joanes O. Atela, Claire H. Quinn, Peter A. Minang and Lalisa Duguma, October 2014.

No. 71: What lays at stake for standards organisations pursuing fairness in the carbon market? Lessons from literature applied to practice in the carbon market Rebecca J. Howard, Anne M. Tallontire, Lindsay Stringer and Rob Marchant, October 2014.

No. 70: What do we know about UK household adaptation to climate change? A systematic review James J. Porter, Suraje Dessai, and Emma L. Tompkins, July 2014.

See James J. Porter, Suraje Dessai, and Emma L. Tompkins (2014) What do we know about UK household adaptation to climate change? A systematic review. Climatic Change September 2014. doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1252-7

No. 69: The importance of the sub-district level for community-based natural resource management in rural Zimbabwe Elizabeth P. Harrison, Lindsay C. Stringer and Andrew J. Dougill, July 2014.

No. 68: Nesting REDD+ into Integrated Conservation and Development Projects: what empirical lessons can be drawn? Joanes O. Atela, Claire H. Quinn, Peter A. Minang and Lalisa Duguma, July 2014.

No. 67: Conflicts about water in Lake Chad: are environmental, vulnerability and security issues linked? Uche T. Okpara, Lindsay C. Stringer, Andrew J. Dougill, Mohammed D. Bila, June 2014.

See Uche T. Okpara, Lindsay C. Stringer, Andrew J. Dougill, Mohammed D. Bila (2015) Conflicts about water in Lake Chad: are environmental, vulnerability and security issues linked? Progress in Development Studies 15, 4 (2015) pp. 308-325. Doi: 10.1177/1464993415592738

No. 66: The role of livelihood assets in influencing spatial choices for REDD projects at subnational level: a case study from Kenya Joanes O. Atela, Claire H. Quinn and Peter A. Minang, June 2014.

See Atela JO; Quinn CH; Minang PA (2014) Are REDD projects pro-poor in their spatial targeting? Evidence from Kenya, Applied Geography 52, pp.14–24. 

No. 65: The impact of climatic hazards on social network structure: insights from community support networks in Western Uganda Rachel Berman, Claire Quinn and Jouni Paavola, June 2014.

No. 64: Divergence of trends in US and UK - Aggregate Exergy Efficiencies 1960-2010 Paul Brockway, John Barrett, Timothy Foxon, Julia Steinberger, June 2014.

See Brockway P.E., Barrett J.R., Foxon T.J. & Steinberger J.K. (2014) Divergence of trends in US and UK aggregate exergy efficiencies 1960-2010. Environ. Sci. Technol. 48, pp.9874?9881. doi: 10.1021/es501217t 

No. 63: Public perception of climate risk and adaptation in the UK: a review of the literature Andrea L. Taylor, Suraje Dessai, Wändi Bruine de Bruin, June 2014.

See Andrea L. Taylor, Suraje Dessai, Wändi Bruine de Bruin (2014) Public perception of climate risk and adaptation in the UK: a review of the literature. Climate Risk Management. DOI: 10.1016/j.crm.2014.09.001

No. 62: On the use of seasonal to decadal climate predictions for decision-making in Europe Marta Bruno Soares and Suraje Dessai, May 2014.

See Soares, M.B. and Dessai, S. 2015. Exploring the use of seasonal climate forecasts in Europe through expert elicitation. Climate Risk Management. July 2015. doi:10.1016/j.crm.2015.07.001 (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212096315000261)

No. 61: The danger of mapping risk from multiple natural hazards Baoyin Liu, Yim Ling Siu, Gordon Mitchell, Wei Xu, April 2014.

See Baoyin Liu, Yim Ling Siu, Gordon Mitchell and Wei Xu (2016) The danger of mapping risk from multiple natural hazards, Natural Hazards, 01 Feb 2016, pp. 1-15. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-016-2184-5

No. 60: The ‘double dividend’ discourse in sustainable consumption: happiness, human nature, and the reproduction of economic doctrine David Wingate Lucie Middlemiss Anna Wesselink, April 2014.

No. 59: Asset-based poverty analysis in rural Bangladesh: A comparison of principal component analysis and fuzzy set theory Sonia Ferdous Hoque, April 2014.

No. 58: Understanding the Governance of Corporations: Linking theory and practice through an examination of the factors shaping UK supermarket strategies on climate change Andy Gouldson and Rory Sullivan, April 2014.

No. 57: Talking the talk of change: REDD+ discourse in the national media Monica Di Gregorio, Maria Brockhaus, Tim Cronin, April 2014.

No. 56: Exploring mangrove social-ecological system dynamics in South-east Asia: linking livelihoods, vulnerability and ecosystem services in Vietnam Steven Orchard, Lindsay C. Stringer and Claire Quinn, March 2014.

See Steven Orchard, Lindsay C. Stringer and Claire Quinn (2014)
Exploring mangrove social-ecological system dynamics in South-east Asia: linking livelihoods, vulnerability and ecosystem services in Vietnam. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10113-015-0802-5

No. 55: Climate Services for Society: Origins, Institutional Arrangements, and Design Elements for an Evaluation Framework Catherine Vaughan and Suraje Dessai, February 2014.

See Catherine Vaughan and Suraje Dessai. 2014 Climate services for society: origins, institutional arrangements, and design elements for an evaluation framework. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/wcc.290/abstract

No. 54: "How can you live like that?": energy vulnerability and the dynamic experience of fuel poverty in the UK Lucie Middlemiss and Ross Gillard, December 2013.

See Middlemiss, L. & R. Gillard. 2015. Fuel Poverty from the Bottom-Up: Characterising Household Energy Vulnerability through the Lived Experience of the Fuel Poor. Energy Research & Social Science, 6 (0), 146-154. doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2015.02.001

No. 53: CO2 emissions and fuel consumption of passenger vehicles in Bahrain: Current status and future scenarios Maha AlSabbagh, Yim Ling Siu, John Barrett, Ibrahim Abdel Gelil, December 2013.

See Maha AlSabbagh, Yim Ling Siu, John Barrett and Ibrahim Abdel Gelil. 2015. Energy Use and CO2 Emissions of Passenger Vehicles in Bahrain - A Case Study. International Proceedings of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering (IPCBEE), Volume 87, The 2015 International Conference on Advances in Environment Research, 95-101. DOI: 10.7763/IPCBEE. 2015. V87. 18

No. 52: Barriers to climate change adaptation in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from northeast Ghana & systematic literature review Philip Antwi-Agyei, Andrew J. Dougill and Lindsay C. Stringer, October 2013.

No. 51: Identifying drivers of household coping strategies to multiple climatic hazards in Western Uganda: implications for adapting to future climate change Rachel Berman, Claire Quinn, and Jouni Paavola, September 2013.

See Rachel Berman, Claire Quinn, and Jouni Paavola. 2014. Identifying drivers of household coping strategies to multiple climatic hazards in Western Uganda: implications for adapting to future climate change. Climate and Development. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17565529.2014.902355#.U0Zr8PldXTo

No. 50: Experiences of host communities with carbon market projects: towards multi-level climate justice - Vivek N. Mathur, Stavros Afionis, Jouni Paavola, Andrew J. Dougill and Lindsay C. Stringer, September 2013.

See Mathur V.N., Afionis S., Paavola J., Dougill A.J. & Stringer L.C. (2014) Experiences of host communities with carbon market projects: towards multi-level climate justice, Climate Policy, 14(1), pp.42-62. doi: 10.1080/14693062.2013.861728

No. 49: Energy, efficiency and economic growth: a coevolutionary perspective and implications for a low carbon transition Timothy J Foxon and Julia K Steinberger, September 2013.

No. 48: Regime complexes and national policy coherence: Experiences in the biodiversity cluster José Octavio Velázquez Gomar, Lindsay C. Stringer and Jouni Paavola, September 2013.

No. 47: The Governance of Corporate Responsibility Andy Gouldson, Rory Sullivan and Stavros Afionis, July 2013.

No. 46: What role do private protected areas have in conserving global biodiversity? George Holmes, March 2013.

No. 45: Unpacking livelihood challenges and opportunities in energy crop cultivation: perspectives on Jatropha curcas projects in Mali Nicola Favretto, L. C. Stringer and A. J. Dougill, April 2013.

See Favretto, N., Stringer, L.C., Dougill, A.J. (2014). Unpacking livelihood challenges and opportunities in energy crop cultivation: perspectives on Jatropha curcas projects in Mali. Geographical Journal, 180(4), 365-376. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/geoj.12053/pdf 

No. 44: An investigation of the evidence of benefits from climate compatible development Emma L. Tompkins, Adelina Mensah, Lesley King, Tran Kim Long, Elaine T. Lawson, Craig Hutton, Viet Anh Hoang, Chris Gordon, Marianne Fish, Jen Dyer, and Nadia Bood, January 2013.

No. 43: The communication of physical science uncertainty in European National Adaptation Strategies. Lorenz S, S Dessai, J Paavola, P. M. Forster, January 2013.

See Lorenz S, S Dessai, J Paavola, P. M. Forster (2013) The communication of physical science uncertainty in European National Adaptation Strategies. Climatic Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-013-0809-1 (Please note a slight change in the title of the journal article when compared to the SRI working paper)

No 42: Farmer participation in the Equitable Payments for Watershed Services in Morogoro, Tanzania Emmanuel J Kwayu, Susannah M Sallu and Jouni Paavola, January 2013.

No 41: Contribution of forest provisioning ecosystem services to rural livelihoods in Copperbelt’s Miombo woodlands, Zambia Felix K. Kalaba, Claire H. Quinn and Andrew J. Dougill, December 2012.

See Kalaba FK; Quinn CH; Dougill AJ (2013) Contribution of forest provisioning ecosystem services to rural livelihoods in the Miombo woodlands of Zambia, Population and Environment, pp.1-24. doi: 10.1007/s11111-013-0189-5. 

No 40: Carbon storage, biodiversity and species composition of Miombo woodlands in recovery trajectory after charcoal production and slash and burn agriculture in Zambia’s Copperbelt Felix K.  Kalaba, Claire H. Quinn, Andrew J.  Dougill, December 2012.

See Kalaba FK; Quinn CH; Dougill AJ; Vinya R (2013) Floristic composition, species diversity and carbon storage in charcoal and agriculture fallows and management implications in Miombo woodlands of Zambia, Forest Ecology and Management, 304, pp.99-109. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2013.04.024. 

No 39: The Challenge of Resource-Led Development in Zambia’s 'New Copperbelt', November 2012.

See Van Alstine & Afionis (2013). Community Development Journal. DOI: 10.1093/cdj/bst019.

No 38: High tech farming, local food systems, food aid, or strict environmental regulation? How the American Dust Bowl can teach us to deal with drought Evan D.G. Fraser, October 2012.

No 37: Characterising the nature of vulnerability to climate variability: empirical evidence from two regions of Ghana Philip Antwi-Agyei, Andrew J. Dougill, Evan D.G. Fraser, Lindsay C. Stringer, September 2012.

No 36: Understanding the limits of voluntary carbon reporting and the potential of mandatory reporting Rory Sullivan, Andy Gouldson, September 2012.

No. 35: Policy and institutional frameworks for the promotion of sustainable biofuels in Mali. Nicola Favretto, L.C. Stringer and A.J. Dougill, August 2012.

No. 34: The UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20): A sign of the times or 'ecology as spectacle'?, August 2012.

See Van Alstine et al., 2013. Environmental Politics 22 (2), pp. 333-338. DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2013.765162

No. 33: Usable science? The UK Climate Projections 2009 and Decision Support for Adaptation Planning. Samuel Tang and Suraje Dessai, June 2012.

No. 32: Spatial mapping of socio-ecological vulnerability to environmental change in Southern Africa. David J. Abson, Andrew J. Dougill and Linsay C. Stringer, June 2012.

No. 31: Skills Constraints for Low Carbon Transitions. Nicholas Jagger, Timothy J. Foxon and Andrew Gouldson, June 2012.

No. 30: How can 'Theories of the Firm' help make societies more sustainable? Rodrigo Lozano, June 2012.

See Rodrigo Lozano et al., 2014. Journal of Cleaner Production. May 2014. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.05.007

No. 29: The environment as a strategic priority in the European Union - Brazil partnership: is the EU behaving as a normative power or soft imperialist? Stavros Afionis and Lindsay C. Stringer, January 2012.

See Afionis & Stringer, International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, doi: 10.1007/s10784-013-9232-3

No.28: Cultivating clean energy in Mali: policy analysis and livelihood impacts of Jatropha curcas. Nicola Favretto, L. C. Stringer and A. J. Dougill, January 2012.

No. 27: African farmers' perceptions of erratic rainfall. Elisabeth Simelton, Claire H. Quinn, Philip Antwi-Agyei, Nnyaladzi Batisani, Andrew J. Dougill, Jen Dyer, Evan D.G. Fraser, David Mkwambisi, Staffan Rosell, Susannah Sallu and Lindsay C. Stringer, November 2011.

See Simelton E; Quinn CH; Batisani N; Dougill AJ; Dyer J; Fraser E; Mkwambisi D; Sallu SM; Stringer L (2013) Is rainfall really changing? Farmers" perceptions, meteorological data, and policy implications, Climate and Development, 5, pp.123-138. doi: 10.1080/17565529.2012.751893. 

No. 26: EU biofuels policy: Trade protectionism or European sustainability leadership? Stavros Afionis and Lindsay C. Stringer, September 2011.

See http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2012.03.034

No.25: Mapping the vulnerability of crop production to drought in Ghana using rainfall, yield and socioeconomic data. Philip Antwi-Agyei, Evan D.G. Fraser, Andrew J. Dougill, Lindsay C. Stringer and Elisabeth Simelton, March 2011.

No. 24: Climate change: the ultimate 'tragedy of the commons' Jouni Pavvola, March 2011.

No. 23: Proposing a Corporate Sustainability stakeholder typology. Rodrigo Lozano, September 2010.

See Rodrigo Lozano. 2011. Addressing stakeholders and better contributing to sustainability through game theory. Journal of Corporate Citizenship. Issue 43, autumn 2011. pp45-62.

No. 22: A coevolutionary framework for analysing a transition to a sustainable low carbon economy.Timothy J Foxon, August 2010.

In Press at Journal of Ecological Economics, September 2011.

No. 21: Public-Private Partnerships for Storm Risk Management in the Cayman Islands. Emma L. Tompkins and Lisa-Ann Hurlston, January 2010.

No. 20: Environment and Imperialism: Why Colonialism Still Matters. Joseph Murphy, October, 2009.

No. 19: Food security, Malthus, and the "Perfect Storm": putting current debates about agricultural productivity and climate change into an historic context. Evan Fraser, Klaus Hubacek, Elisabeth Simelton, Claire Quinn and Andrew Challinor, July 2009.

No. 18: Disaster Resilience: Fear, Friends and Foreignness as Determinants of Risk Mitigating Behaviour in Small Islands. Emma L. Tompkins, Lisa-Ann Hurlston and Wouter Poortinga, June 2009.

See Tompkins, E. L, Hurlston, L-A. and Poortinga, W. (2009) Foreignness as a constraint on learning: the impact of migrants on disaster resilience in small islands, Environmental Hazards, Vol. 8, pp. 263-277.

No. 17: Place and Exile: Imperialism, Development and Environment in Gaelic Ireland and Scotland. Joseph Murphy, June 2009.

No. 16: Evolution of Cooperative Behaviour in the Management of Mobile Ecological Resources. Julia Touza, Martin Drechsler, James C.R. Smart and Mette Termansen, April 2009.

See Touza, J. Drechsler, M. Smart, JRC, Termansen, M. (In Press) Emergence of cooperative behaviours in the management of mobile ecological resources. Environmental Modelling & Software, available online. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.03.015

No. 15: Economic Crises, Land Use Vulnerabilities, Climate Variability, Food Security and Population Declines: Will History Repeat Itself or Will Our Society Adapt to Climate Change? Evan Fraser, March 2009.

No. 14: Environmental violence and crises of legitimacy in New Caledonia, Leah Horowitz, July 2008.

See Horowitz, L.S. (2009) Environmental violence and crises of legitimacy in New Caledonia, Political Geography, Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 248-258.

No. 13: Governing long-term social-ecological change: What can the adaptive management and transition management approaches learn from each other? Timothy Foxon, Mark Reed and Lindsay Stringer, June 2008.

See Foxon T., Reed M. and Stringer L. (2009) Governing long-term socio-ecological change: What can resilience and transitions approaches learn from each other? Environmental Policy and Governance, Vol.19, pp. 3-20

No. 12: Explaining Agricultural Collapse: Macro-forces, Micro-crises and the Emergence of Land Use Vulnerability in Southern Romania, Evan Fraser and Lindsay Stringer, May 2008.

See Fraser, E and Stringer, L (2009) Explaining agricultural collapse: Macro-forces, micro-crises and the emergence of land use vulnerability in southern Romania, Global Environmental Change, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 45-53.

No. 11: Interdisciplinarity, Problem Focused Research and Normativity, Anna Wesselink, May 2008.

See Wesselink, A. (2009) The emergence of interdisciplinary knowledge in problem-focused research, Area, doi: 10.1111/j.1475-4762.2009.00882.x

No. 10: Explaining Multi-Level Environmental Governance, Jouni Paavola, April, 2008.

No. 9: Sustainability-Driven Entrepreneurship: A Literature Review, Bradley Parrish, March, 2008.

No. 8: Stakeholder Participation for Environmental Management: A Literature Review, Mark Reed, February, 2008.

See Reed, M. (2008) Stakeholder participation for environmental management: A literature review, Biological Conservation, Vol. 141, pp. 2417-2431

No. 7 : Sustainable Consumption and Responsibility: Putting Individual Sustainability in Context, Lucie Middlemiss, February, 2008.

No. 6: Stakeholder Analysis and Social Network Analysis in Natural Resource Management, Christina Prell, Klaus Hubacek and Mark Reed, August, 2007.

See Prell, C., Hubacek, K. and Reed, M. (2009) Stakeholder Analysis and Social Network Analysis in Natural Resource Management, Society & Natural Resources, Vol. 22, No. 6, pp. 501-508

No. 5: Future Generations: Economic, Legal and Institutional Aspects, Klaus Hubacek and Volker Mauerhofer, August, 2007.

See Hubacek, K. and Mauerhofer, V. (2007) Future generations: Economic, legal and institutional aspects, Futures, on-line: doi:10.1016/j.futures.2007.10.001

No. 4: Urban agriculture and poverty reduction: Evaluating how food production in cities contributes to livelihood entitlements in Malawi. David Mkwambisi, Evan Fraser and Andrew Dougill, July 2007.

See Mkwambisi, D.D., Fraser, E.D.G. and Dougill, A.J. (2011). Urban agriculture and poverty reduction: evaluating how food production in cities contributes to food security, employment and income in Malawi. Journal of International Development, 23, 181-203, on-line: dx.doi.org/10.1002/JID.1657

No. 3: Ecological Modernization and Policy Learning in Hong Kong, Andrew Gouldson, Peter Hills and Richard Welford, June, 2007

See Gouldson, A.P., Hills P. and Welford R. (2008) Ecological Modernisation and Policy Learning in Hong Kong, Geoforum, Vol 39, pp.319-330, on-line: doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2007.07.002

No. 2: Influencing Individual Sustainability: Exploring the Role of Community-Based Organisations, Lucie Middlemiss, April, 2007.

See Middlemiss, L.K. (2008) Influencing Individual Sustainability: A Review of the Evidence on the Role of Community-Based organisations, International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, Vol. 7, No. 2.

No. 1: Building a Sustainable Water Framework with a Human Face, Sam Wong, March 2007

See Wong, S. (2008) Humanising the World Bank’s Sustainable Water Framework with ‘Pro-Poor’ Principles of Governance, Social Alternatives, (Special issue on water governance), Vol. 27, No. 3, pp.15-20.