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W. N. Adger and Brown, K., Adaption, vulnerability and resilience: ecological and social perspectives, in Companion to Environmental Geography, Oxford: Blackwell, 2009, pp. 109-122.
W. N. Adger, Brown, K., and Hulme, M., Redefining global environmental change, Global Environmental Change, vol. 15, pp. 1-4, 2005.
W. N. Adger, Governments, responsibilities, barriers and actors in adaptation action for climate change, in Coping with Climate Change, R. M. Bierbaum, Brown, D., and McAlpine, J. Washington D.C: Island Press, 2008.
W. N. Adger, Mace, M. J., Paavola, J., and Razzaque, J., Justice and equity in adaptation, Tiempo, vol. 52, pp. 19-22, 2004.
W. N. Adger and Barnett, J., Reasons for concern about adaptation to climate change, Environment and Planning A, vol. 40, pp. 2800-2805, 2009.
W. N. Adger, Barnett, J., and Ellemor, H., Unique and Valued Places, in Climate Change Science and Policy, S. Schneider, Rosencranz, A., Mastrandrea, M., and Kuntz-Duriseti, K. Washington DC: Island Press, 2010, pp. 131-138.
W. N. Adger, Kelly, M., and Ninh, N. H., Living with Environmental Change: Social Resilience, Adaptation and Vulnerability in Vietnam. London: Routledge, 2001, p. 314.
W. N. Adger and Nicholson-Cole, S. A., Ethical dimensions of adapting to climate change imposed risks, in The Ethics of Global Climate Change, D. G. Arnold Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, pp. 255-271.
W. N. Adger, Arnell, N. W., and Tompkins, E., Successful adaptation to climate change across scales, Global Environmental Change, vol. 15, pp. 77-86, 2005.
W. N. Adger, Kelly, M., Winkels, A., Huy, L. Q., and Locke, C., Migration, remittances, livelihood trajectories, and social resilience, Ambio, vol. 31, pp. 358-366, 2002.
W. N. Adger, Vulnerability, Global Environmental Change, Special issue on Vulnerability, Resilience and Adaptation, vol. 16, pp. 268-281, 2006.
W. N. Adger, Addressing barriers and social challenges of climate change adaptation, in Facilitating Climate Change Responses: Report on Knowledge from the Social and Behavioural Sciences, P. C. Stern and Kasperson, R. E. Washington DC: National Academies of Science, 2010, pp. 79-84.
W. N. Adger and Vincent, K., Uncertainty in adaptive capacity (IPCC Special Issue on Describing Uncertainties in Climate Change to Support Analysis of risk and Options), Comptes Rendus Geoscience, vol. 337, pp. 399-410, 2005.
W. N. Adger, Brown, K., and Waters, J., Resilience, in Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society, J. Dryzek, Norgaard, R., and Schlossberg, D. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 696-710.
W. N. Adger, The right to keep cold, Environment and Planning A, vol. 36, pp. 1711-1715, 2004.
P. Agnolucci, Use of economic instruments in the German renewable electricity policy, Energy Policy, vol. 34, pp. 3538-3548, 2006.
P. Agnolucci, The importance and the policy impacts of post-contractual opportunism and competition in the English and Welsh non-fossil fuel obligation, Energy Policy, vol. 35, pp. 475-486, 2007.
P. Agnolucci, Wind Electricity in Denmark: A Survey of Policies, Effectiveness and Factors Motivating Their Introduction Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 11, pp. 951-963, 2007.
P. Agnolucci, Renewable Electricity Policies in the Netherlands, Renewable Energy, vol. 32, pp. 868-883, 2007.
P. Agnolucci, "Wind electricity in Denmark: A survey of policies, their effectiveness and factors motivating their introduction.", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 11, pp. 951-963, 2007.
P. Agnolucci, Lazarou, N., Mander, S., and Walsh, C., Shipping demand scenarios using estimated elasticities, in Shipping in Changing Climates, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 2015.PDF icon SHIPPING DEMAND SCENARIOS USING ESTIMATED ELASTICITIES.pdf (426.13 KB)
S. Aguilar-Fernández and A, J., Principio de Precaución, Políticas Públicas y Riesgo (The Precautionary Principle, Public Policies and Risk), Politica y Sociedal (Politics and Society), vol. 40, pp. 61-79, 2004.
M. Ahern, Kovats, S., Wilkinson, P., Few, R., and Matthies, F., Global Health Impacts of Floods: Epidemiologic Evidence, Epidemiologic Reviews, vol. 27, pp. 36-46, 2004.
M. Ahern, Kovats, S., Wilkinson, P., Few, R., and Matthies, F., Global health impacts of floods: a systematic review of epidemiological evidence, Epidemiological Reviews, vol. 27, pp. 36-46, 2005.
M. Allen, Pall, P., Aina, T., Stone, D., Stott, P., Nozawa, T., Hilberts, A. G. J., and Lohmann, D., Anthropogenic greenhouse gas contribution to flood risk in England and Wales in autumn 2000, Nature, vol. 470, no. 7334, pp. 382-385, 2011.