Publications & Results

Publications and outcomes from on-going and completed projects.
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Case 3. Feedbacks & risks: The case of first- & second-generation biofuels in the U.S. Feb 17, 2016

The case study exercise allows participants to apply the theories, methods, and lenses presented in the Socio-Environmental Immersion Program workshop lectures to a common case that they get to know over the course of the five workshops.

Case 4. Warming & change in land and water: The case of the Arctic Feb 17, 2016

The case study exercise allows participants to apply the theories, methods, and lenses presented in the Socio-Environmental Immersion Program workshop lectures to a common case that they get to know over the course of the five workshops.

Case 5. Migration & climate change: The case of South American cities & forests Feb 17, 2016

The case study exercise allows participants to apply the theories, methods, and lenses presented in the Socio-Environmental Immersion Program workshop lectures to a common case that they get to know over the course of the five workshops.

Case Studies in Adaptation and Transformation of Ecosystems, Legal Systems, and Governance Systems Apr 19, 2018

Chapter published in Practical Panarchy for Adaptive Water Governance.

Causality Analysis: Identifying the Leading Element in a Coupled Dynamical System Jun 30, 2015

Article published in PLoS ONE.

Challenges and Opportunities of Social Media Data for Socio-Environmental Systems Research Jul 04, 2019

Article published in Land

Changing antibiotic resistance: sustainability transformation to a pro-microbial planet Jul 28, 2017

Article published in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.

Characterizing disproportionality in facility-level toxic releases in US manufacturing, 1998–2012 May 19, 2020

Article published in Environmental Research Letters.

 

Choosing a Model: If All You Have Is a Hammer Jun 02, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

Christian Values and Climate Change. Jun 06, 2016

Episcopalian leadership sees many congregations confronting global warming challenges. Article in Yale Climate Connections.

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