My book, Beyond Politics was included in
a list of the top environmental books of the last 50 years in a
by Oliver A. Houck and G Tracy Mehan in Environmental Forum, published by
the Environmental Law Institute.
A Framework for Assessing Private Climate Governance
Mike Vandenbergh and I have a new paper out, in the journal Energy Research & Social Science, on our three-part framework for assessing the impacts of private cliamte governance.
We discussed our three-part framework in previous writing, such as “Accounting for Political Feasibility”, “Beyond Gridlock”, and Beyond Politics. Here, we discuss some practical steps toward applying the framework to assessing the prospects and potential impacts of private climate governance and some of the research needs and priorities for using our framework more broadly.
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Random forest analysis of two household surveys can identify important predictors of migration in Bangladesh,Journal of Computational Social Science.
A framework for assessing the impact of private climate governance,Energy Research and Social Science60, 101400.
S. Elsawahet al.,
Eight grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling,Socio-Environmental Systems Modeling2, 16226.
Avoiding ‘day-zero’: A testbed for evaluating integrated food-energy-water management in Cape Town, South Africa,
N. Mustafeeet al.
Proceedings of the 2019 Winter Simulation Conference