Publications & Results

Publications and outcomes from on-going and completed projects.
Resource Title Brief Summary
The Co-Benefits of Climate Action Dec 01, 2015

Reducing carbon pollution is just the tip of the iceberg.

Model-based reasoning to foster environmental and socio-scientific literacy in higher education Nov 30, 2015

Article published in Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.

Communicating uncertainty: design patterns for framing model results in scientific publications Nov 29, 2015

Conference proceeding from the 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation.

How the DPSIR framework can be used for structuring problems and facilitating empirical research in coastal systems Nov 29, 2015

Article published in Environmental Science & Policy.

Seeds of Change Nov 27, 2015

Climate change could disrupt plants' dispersal of seeds.

Unequal carbon exchanges: The Environmental and economic impacts of iconic US consumption items Nov 25, 2015

Article published in Journal of Industrial Ecology.

Unequal Carbon Exchanges: The Environmental and Economic Impacts of Iconic U.S. Consumption Items Nov 25, 2015

Article published in the Journal of Industrial Ecology.

Learning from India's 'Smart' Farming Villages Nov 19, 2015

Farmers across India are striving to meet growing demands for improved crop yields while also reducing use of costly energy, water, and fertilizers ... all in the face of a changing climate.

Using a Theory of Practice to Clarify Epistemological Challenges in Mixed Methods Research Nov 18, 2015

Article published in Journal of Mixed Methods Research.

A River Runs Again: Reporting on India’s Natural Crisis Nov 17, 2015

In her new book, A River Runs Again: India’s Natural World in Crisis, From the Barren Cliffs of Rajasthan to the Farmlands of Karnataka, environmental journalist Meera Subramanian chronicles India’s efforts to balance economic development and environmental protection, including innovative programs to educate youth about sexual and reproductive health.

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