IPCC Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007
Climate Change 2007: Working Group II: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability


Abaza, H. and A. Baranzini, Eds., 2002: Implementing Sustainable Development: Integrated Assessment and Participatory Decision-making Processes. United Nations Environment Programme, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 320 pp.

ACIA (Arctic Climate Impact Assessment), 2005: Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1042 pp.

Adger, N. and K. Vincent, 2004: Uncertainty in adaptive capacity. IPCC Workshop on Describing Uncertainties in Climate Change to Support Analysis of Risk and Options, M. Manning, M. Petit, D. Easterling, J. Murphy, A. Patwardhan, H-H Rogner, R. Swart and G. Yohe, Eds., Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Geneva, 49-51.

Adger, W.N., K. Brown and E.L. Tompkins, 2005: The political economy of cross-scale networks in resource co-management. Ecology and Society, 10, article 9. [Accessed 30.05.07: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol10/iss2/art9/]

Adger, W.N., K. Brown, J. Fairbrass, A. Jordan, J. Paavola, S. Rosendo and G. Seyfang, 2003: Governance for sustainability: towards a ‘thick’ analysis of environmental decision-making. Environ. Plann. A, 35, 1095-1110.

AfDB (African Development Bank), ADB, DFID, DGIS, EC, BMZ, OECD, UNDP and WB, 2003: Poverty and Climate Change: Reducing Vulnerability of the Poor. African Development Bank; Asian Development Bank; UK Department for International Development; Directorate-General for Development, European Commission; Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany; Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Development Cooperation, the Netherlands; Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; United Nations Development Programme; United Nations Environment Programme and the World Bank, Eds., DFID, UK, 43 pp.

AfDB (African Development Bank), African Development Fund, African Union, International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, and New Partnership for Africa’s Development, 2004: Guidelines for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Assessment in Development, United Nations, 68 pp.

Agrawala, S., 2004: Adaptation, development assistance and planning: challenges and opportunities. IDS Bulletin, 35, 50-54.

Agrawala, S., Ed., 2005: Bridge over Troubled Waters: Linking Climate Change and Development. Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, OECD Publishing, Paris, 153 pp.

Ahmad, Q.K. and A.U. Ahmed, Eds., 2002: Bangladesh: citizen’s perspective on sustainable development, Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad (BUP), Dhaka, 181 pp.

Allen, K.M., 2006. Community-based disaster preparedness and climate adaptation: local capacity-building in the Philippines. Disasters, 30, 81-101.

APJED (Asia Pacific Journal on Environment and Development), 2004: Community approaches to flood management in South Asia. Asia Pacific Journal on Environment and Development, special double issue, 11, Nos. 1 and 2.

Arnell, N.W., 2004: Climate change and global water resources: SRES emissions and socio-economic scenarios. Global Environ. Chang., 14, 31-52.

Arnell, N.W., 2006: Climate change and water resources: a global perspective. Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change. Proceedings of the Exeter Conference, H.J. Schellnhuber, W. Cramer, N. Nakicenovic, T.M.L. Wigley and G. Yohe, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 167-175.

Arnell, N.W. and E.K. Delaney, 2006: Adapting to climate change: public water supply in England and Wales. Climatic Change, 78, 227-255.

Arnell, N.W., M.G.R. Cannell, M. Hulme, R.S. Kovats, J.F.B. Mitchell, R.J. Nicholls, M.L. Parry, M.T.J. Livermore and Co-authors, 2002: The consequences of CO2 stabilization for the impacts of climate change. Climatic Change, 53, 413-446.

Arrow, K., P. Dasgupta, L. Goulder, G. Daily, P. Ehrlich, G. Heal, S. Levin, K.-G. Maler, S. Schneider, D. Starrett and B. Walker, 2004: Are we consuming too much? J. Econ. Perspect., 18, 147-172.

Bansal, P., 2005: Evolving sustainably: a longitudinal study of corporate sustainable development. Strategic Manage. J., 26, 197-218.

Barrow, E.M. and R.J. Lee, 2000: Climate change and environmental assessment part 2: climate change guidance for environmental assessments. The Research and Development Monograph Series 2000, The Canadian Institute for Climate Studies, University of Victoria, Victoria, 85 pp.

Beg, N., J.C. Morlot, O. Davidson, Y. Afrane-Okesse, L. Tyani, F. Denton, Y. Sokona, J.P. Thomas, E.L. La Rovere, J.K. Parikh, K. Parikh and A.A. Rahman., 2002: Linkages between climate change and sustainable development. Clim. Policy, 2, 129-144.

Belliveau, S., B. Smit and B. Bradshaw, 2006: Multiple exposures and dynamic vulnerability: evidence from the grape industry in the Okanagan Valley, Canada. Global Environ. Chang., 16, 364-378.

Bennett, E. and M. Zurek, 2006: Integrating epistemologies through scenarios. Bridging Scales and Knowledge Systems, W.V. Reid, F. Berkes, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano, Eds., Island Press, Washington, District of Columbia, 264-280.

Blanco, A.V.R., 2006: Local initiatives and adaptation to climate change. Disasters, 30, 140-147.

Bouwer, L.M. and J.C.J.H. Aerts, 2006: Financing climate change adaptation. Disasters, 30, 49-63.

Brander, L., 2003: The Kyoto mechanisms and the economics of their design. Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol: The Role of Institutions and Instruments to Control Global Change, M. Faure, J. Gupta and A. Nentjes, Eds., Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 25-44.

Brenkert, A. and E. Malone, 2005: Modeling vulnerability and resilience to climate change: a case study of India and Indian States. Climatic Change, 72, 57-102.

Brooks, N. and W.N. Adger, 2005: Assessing and enhancing adaptive capacity. Adaptation Policy Frameworks for Climate Change: Developing Strategies, Policies and Measures, B. Lim and E. Spanger-Siegfried, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 165-182.

Brooks, N., W.N. Adger and P.M. Kelly, 2005: The determinants of vulnerability and adaptive capacity at the national level and the implications for adaptation. Global Environ. Chang., 15, 151-163.

Bulkeley, H. and A.P.J. Mol, 2003: Participation and environmental governance: consensus, ambivalence and debate. Environmental Values, 12, 143-154.

Burton, I., 2004: The adaptation deficit. Building the Adaptive Capacity, A. Fenech, D. MacIver, H. Auld, R. Bing Rong and Y. Yin, Eds., Environment Canada, Toronto, 25-33.

Burton, I. and E. May, 2004: The adaptation deficit in water resources management IDS Bulletin, 35, 31-37.

Burton, I. and M. van Aalst, 2004: Look Before You Leap: A Risk Management Approach for Incorporating Climate Change Adaptation into World Bank Operations. World Bank, Washington, District of Columbia, 47 pp.

Burton, I., S. Huq, B. Lim, O. Pilifosova and E.L. Schipper, 2002: From impacts assessment to adaptation priorities: the shaping of adaptation policy. Clim. Policy, 2, 145-159.

Caparrós, A. and F. Jacquemont, 2003: Conflict between biodiversity and carbon sequestration programs: economic and legal implications. Ecol. Econ., 46, 143-157.

Chambers, R., 2006: Participatory mapping and geographic information systems: whose map? Who is empowered and who disempowered? Who gains and who loses? The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 25, 1-11. [Accessed 30.05.07: http://www.ejisdc.org]

Clark, M.J., 2002: Dealing with uncertainty: adaptive approaches to sustainable river management. Aquat. Conserv., 12, 347-363.

Clarkson, R. and K. Deyes, 2002: Estimating the social cost of carbon emissions. Government Economic Service Working Paper 140, HM Treasury and Defra, 59 pp.

Cohen, S. and T. Neale, Eds., 2006: Participatory integrated assessment of water management and climate change in the Okanagan Basin, British Columbia. Environment Canada and University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 221 pp.

Cohen, S., D. Demeritt, J. Robinson and D. Rothman, 1998: Climate change and sustainable development: towards dialogue. Global Environ. Chang., 8, 341-371.

Cohen, S., D. Neilsen and R. Welbourn, Eds., 2004: Expanding the dialogue on climate change & water management in the Okanagan Basin, British Columbia. Environment Canada, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada and University of British Columbia, 224 pp.

Collier, U. and R.E. Löfstedt, Eds., 1997: Cases in Climate Change Policy: Political Reality in the European Union. Earthscan Publications Ltd., London. 204 pp.

Commission for Africa, 2005: Our Common Interest. Report of the Commission for Africa, 461 pp. [Accessed 30.05.07: www.commissionforafrica.org].

Conde, C. and K. Lonsdale, 2004: Engaging stakeholders in the adaptation process. Adaptation Policy Frameworks for Climate Change: Developing Strategies, Policies and Measures, B. Lim and E. Spanger-Siegfried, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 47-66.

Cooke, B. and U. Kothari, Eds., 2001: Participation: The New Tyranny? Zed Books, London, 207 pp.

Corbett, J., G. Rambaldi, P. Kyem, D. Weiner, R. Olson, J. Muchemi, M. McCall and R. Chambers, 2006: Overview: mapping for change – the emergence of a new practice. Participatory Learning and Action, 54, 13-19.

Coward, H., 2004: What can individuals do? Hard Choices: Climate Change in Canada, H. Coward and A.J. Weaver, Eds., Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Canada, 233-252.

Dang, H.H., A. Michaelowa and D.D. Tuan, 2003: Synergy of adaptation and mitigation strategies in the context of sustainable development: the case of Vietnam. Climate Policy, 3, S81-S96.

Davidson, O., K. Halsnaes, S. Huq, M. Kok, B. Metz, Y. Sokona and J. Verhagen, 2003: The development and climate nexus: the case of sub-Saharan Africa. Climate Policy, 3, S97-S113.

Desanker, P.V., 2004: The NAPA Primer. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Least Developed Countries Expert Group (LEG), Bonn, Germany, 192 pp.

DFID, 2004: Reducing the risk of disasters: helping to achieve sustainable poverty reduction in a vulnerable world. Department for International Development Policy Paper, London, 36 pp.

Downing, T., D. Anthoff, R. Butterfield, M. Ceronsky, M. Grubb, J. Guo, C. Hepburn, C. Hope and Co-authors, 2005: Social cost of carbon: a closer look at uncertainty. Final Report, Defra, 95 pp.

Eakin, H. and M.C. Lemos, 2006: Adaptation and the state: Latin America and the challenge of capacity building under globalization. Global Environ. Chang., 16, 7-18.

EEA (European Environment Agency), 2006: Vulnerability and adaptation to climate change in Europe. Technical Report No. 7, European Environment Agency, 84 pp.

Elasha, B.O., 2005: Sustainable development. Tiempo, 57, 18-23.

Epstein, M.J. and M.J. Roy, 2003: Making the business case for sustainability: linking social and environmental actions to financial performance. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 9, 79-96.

Figge, F. and T. Hahn, 2004: Sustainable value added - measuring corporate contributions to sustainability beyond eco-efficiency. Ecol. Econ., 48, 173-187.

Foley, J.A., R. DeFries, G. Asner, C. Barford, G. Bonan, S. Carpenter, F. Chapin, M. Coe and Co-authors, 2005: Global consequences of land use. Science, 309, 570-574.

Ford, J.D., B. Smit and J. Wandel, 2006: Vulnerability to climate change in the Arctic: a case study from Arctic Bay, Canada. Global Environ. Chang., 16, 145-160.

Furgal, C.M., C. Fletcher and C. Dickson, 2006: Ways of knowing and understanding: towards the convergence of traditional and scientific understanding of climate change in the Canadian North. Environment Canada, No. KM467-05-6213, 96 pp.

Garande, T. and S. Dagg, 2005: Public participation and effective water governance at the local level: a case study from a small under-developed area in Chile. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 7, 417-431.

Gardiner, S.M., 2004: Ethics and global climate change. Ethics, 114, 555-600.

Goklany, I.M., 2007: Integrated strategies to reduce vulnerability and advance adaptation, mitigation and sustainable development. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. doi: 10.1007/s11027-007-9098-1.

Guiso, L., P. Sapienza and L. Zingales, 2004: The role of social capital in financial development. Am. Econ. Rev., 94, 526-556.

Gupta, J. and R.S.J. Tol, 2003: Why reduce greenhouse gas emissions? Reasons, issue-linkages, and dilemmas. Issues in International Climate Policy: Theory and Policy, E.C. van Ireland, J. Gupta and M.T.J. Kok, Eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 17-38.

Haas, P.M., 2004: When does power listen to truth? A constructivist approach to the policy process. J. Eur. Public Policy, 11, 569-592.

Haddad, B.M., 2005: Ranking the adaptive capacity of nations to climate change when socio-political goals are explicit. Global Environ. Chang., 15, 165-176.

Hamlet, A.F., 2003: The role of transboundary agreements in the Columbia River Basin: an integrated assessment in the context of historic development, climate, and evolving water policy. Climate, Water, and Transboundary Challenges in the Americas, H. Diaz and B. Morehouse, Eds., Kluwer Press, Dordrecht, 263-289.

Harman, J., Bramley, M. E. and Funnell, M., 2002: Sustainable flood defense in England and Wales. P. I. Civil Eng.-Civ. En., 150, 3-9.

Hasselman, K., 1999: Intertemporal accounting of climate change - harmonizing economic efficiency and climate stewardship. Climatic Change, 41, 333-350.

Hickey, S. and G. Mohan, Eds., 2004: Participation, from Tyranny to Transformation? Exploring new Approaches to Participation in Development. Zed Books, London, 292 pp.

Hilson, G., 2001: Putting theory into practice: how has the gold mining industry interpreted the concept of sustainable development? Miner. Resour. Eng., 10, 397-413.

Hisschemöller, M., R.S.J. Tol and P. Vellinga., 2001: The relevance of participatory approaches in integrated environmental assessment. Integrated Assessment, 2, 57-72.

Hitz, S. and J. Smith, 2004: Estimating global impacts from climate change. Global Environ. Chang., 14, 201-218.

Hope, C., 2005: Memorandum by Dr Chris Hope, Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge. The Economics of Climate Change, HL 12-II, Oral Evidence: 18 January 2005, House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs, The Stationery Office, London.

Hope, C., 2006a: The marginal impact of CO2 from PAGE2002: An integrated assessment model incorporating the IPCC’s five reasons for concern. Integrated Assessment, 6, 1-16.

Hope, C., 2006b: The marginal impacts of CO2, CH4 and SF6 emissions. Climate Pol., 6, 537-544.

Huntington, H.P., S.F. Trainor, D.C. Natcher, O.H. Huntington, L. DeWilde and F.S. Chapin III, 2006: The significance of context in community-based research: understanding discussions about wildfire in Huslia, Alaska. Ecology and Society, 11, article 40. [Accessed 30.05.07: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/ iss1/art40/].

Huq, S., 2002: The Bonn-Marrakech agreements on funding. Climate Policy, 2, 243-246.

Huq, S., 2006: Adaptation funding. Tiempo, 58, 20-21.

Huq, S. and H. Reid, 2004: Mainstreaming adaptation in development. IDS Bulletin, 35, 15-21.

Huq, S., H. Reid and L.A. Murray, 2006: Climate Change and Development Links. Gatekeeper Series 123, International Institute for Environment and Development, London, 24 pp.

Hyogo Declaration, 2005: Hyogo Declaration. World Conference on Disaster Reduction, Kobe, Japan, International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, A/CONF.206/6, 5 pp.

ICSU (International Council for Science), 2002: ICSU Series on Science for Sustainable Development No 9: Science and Technology for Sustainable Development, 30 pp.

IGES (Institute for Global Environmental Strategies), 2005: Sustainable Asia – 2005 and beyond: in the pursuit of innovative policies. IGES White Paper, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Kanagawa, Japan, 174 pp.

IPCC, 1992: Climate Change 1992: The Supplementary Report to the IPCC Scientific Assessment, J.T. Houghton, B.A. Callander and S.K. Varney, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 200 pp.

IPCC, 1996: Climate Change 1995: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, R.T. Watson, M.C. Zinyowera and R.H. Moss, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 880 pp.

IPCC, 2001a: Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, J.T. Houghton, Y. Ding, D.J. Griggs, M. Noguer, P.J. van der Linden, X. Dai, K. Maskell and C.A. Johnson, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 881 pp.

IPCC, 2001b: Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, J.J. McCarthy, O.F. Canziani, N.A. Leary, D.J. Dokken and K.S. White, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1032 pp.

IPCC, 2007a: Climate Change 2007: Mitigation. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, B. Metz, O. Davidson, P. Bosch, R. Dave and L. Meyer, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

IPCC, 2007b: Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt, M. Tignor and H.L. Miller, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 996 pp.

ISDR, 2004: Living With Risk: a Global Review of Disaster Reduction Initiatives. International Strategy for Disaster Reduction(ISDR), United Nations, Geneva, 588 pp.

Iwanciw, J.G., 2004: Promoting social adaptation to climate change and variability through knowledge, experiential and co-learning networks in Bolivia. Shell Foundation Sustainable Energy Program, 22 pp.

Jasch, C., 2003: The use of environmental management accounting (EMA) for identifying environmental costs. J. Clean. Prod., 11, 667-676.

Jegillos, S.R., 2003: Methodology. Sustainability in Grass-Roots Initiatives: Focus on Community Based Disaster Management, R. Shaw and K. Okazaki, Eds., United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD), Disaster Management Planning Hyogo Office, 19-28.

Jepma, C.J. and M. Munasinghe, 1998: Climate Change Policy: Facts, Issues and Analyses, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 331 pp.

Johnson, D. and C. Walck, 2004: Integrating sustainability into corporate management systems. Journal of Forestry, 102, 32-39.

Johnson, M., Ed., 1992: Lore: Capturing Traditional Environmental Knowledge. Dene Cultural Institute, Hay River, and International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, 190 pp.

Jung, T.Y., A. Srinivasan, K. Tamura, T. Sudo, R. Watanabe, K. Shimada and H. Kimura, 2005: Asian Perspectives on Climate Regime Beyond 2012: Concerns, Interests and Priorities. Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Hayama, Japan, 95 pp.

Kabat, P., R.E. Schulze, M.E. Hellmuth and J.A. Veraart, Eds., 2002: Coping with impacts of climate variability and climate change in water management: a scoping paper. DWC-Report no. DWCSSO-01(2002), International Secretariat of the Dialogue on Water and Climate, Wageningen, 114 pp.

Kangur, K., Ed., 2004: Focus Groups and Citizens Juries - River Dialogue Experiences in Enhancing Public Participation in Water Management. Peipsi Center for Transboundary Cooperation, Tartu, Estonia, 64 pp.

Kashyap, A., 2004: Water governance: learning by developing adaptive capacity to incorporate climate variability and change. Water Science and Technology, 49, 141-146.

Kates, R.W., 2000: Cautionary tales: adaptation and the global poor. Climatic Change, 45, 5-17.

Kates, R.W., T.M. Parris and A.A. Leiserowitz, 2005: What is sustainable development? Goals, indicators, values, and practice. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 47, 8–21.

Kates, R.W., C.E. Colten, S. Laska and S.P. Leatherman, 2006: Reconstruction of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. P. Natl. Acad. Sci., 103, 14653-14660.

Kates, R.W., W.C. Clark, R. Corell, J.M. Hall, C.C. Jaeger, I. Lowe, J.J. McCarthy, H.J. Schellnhuber, B. Bolin, N.M. Dickenson, S. Faucheux, G.C. Gallopin, A. Grübler, B. Huntley, J. Jäger, N.S. Jodha, R.E. Kasperson, A. Mabogunje, P. Matson, H. Mooney, B. Moore III, T. O’Riordan and U. Svedlin, 2000: Sustainability science. Science, 292, 641-642.

Kemfert, C. and R.S.J. Tol, 2002: Equity, international trade and climate policy. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 2, 23-48.

Klein, R.J.T., E.L.F. Schipper and S. Dessai, 2005: Integrating mitigation and adaptation into climate and development policy: three research questions. Environ. Sci. Policy, 8, 579-588.

Kok, M.T.J., W.J. V. Vermeulen, A.P.C. Faaij and D. de Jager, Eds., 2002: Global Warming and Social Innovation: The Challenge of a Climate-Neutral Society. Earthscan Publications Ltd., London, 242 pp.

Krupnik, I. and D. Jolly, Eds., 2002: The Earth is Faster Now: Indigenous Observations of Arctic Environmental Change. Arctic Research Consortium of the United States, Fairbanks, 384 pp.

Kundzewicz, Z.W., 2002: Non-structural flood protection and sustainability. Water International, 27, 3-13.

Larson, A.M. and J.C. Ribot, Eds., 2004a: Democratic decentralization through a natural resource lens – an introduction. European Journal of Development Research, 16, 1-25.

Larson, A.M. and J.C. Ribot, Eds., 2004b: Democratic Decentralization through a Natural Resource Lens. Routledge, New York, 272 pp.

Leemans, R. and Eickhout, B., 2004: Another reason for concern: regional and global impacts on ecosystems for different levels of climate change. Global Environ. Chang., 14, 219-228.

Lemos, M.C. and B.J. Morehouse, 2005: The co-production of science and policy in integrated climate assessments. Global Environ. Chang., 15, 57-68.

Levy, P.E., M.G.R. Cannell and A.D. Friend, 2004: Modelling the impact of future changes in climate, CO2 concentration and land use on natural ecosystems and the terrestrial carbon sink. Global Environ. Chang., 14, 21-30.

Lorenzoni, I., A. Jordan, D.T. Favis-Mortlock, D. Viner and J. Hall, 2001: Developing sustainable practices to adapt to the impacts of climate change: a case study of agricultural systems in eastern England (UK). Reg. Environ. Change, 2, 106-117.

Low, P.S., Ed., 2005: Climate Change and Africa. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 412 pp.

Lucas, R.E., 1988: On the Mechanics of Economic Development. J. Monetary Econ., 22, 3-42.

Lüdeke, M.K.B., G. Petschel-Held and H-J. Schellnhuber, 2004: Syndromes of global change: the first panoramic view. GAIA., 13, 42-49.

MA (Millennium Ecosystem Assessment), 2005: Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Synthesis. Island Press, Washington, District of Columbia, 155 pp.

Markandya, A. and K. Halsnaes, 2002: Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Prospects for Developing Countries. Earthscan Publications, London, 291 pp.

Masika, R., Ed., 2002: Gender, Development, and Climate Change. Oxfam Focus on Gender, Oxfam GB, Oxford, 112 pp.

Mendelsohn, R.O., W.N. Morrison, M.E. Schlesinger and N.G. Andronova, 1998: Country-specific market impacts of climate change. Climatic Change, 45, 553-569.

Mileti, D., 1999: Disasters by Design: A Reassessment of Natural Hazards in the United States. National Academy Press, Washington, District of Columbia, 376 pp.

Mirza, M.M.Q., 2003: Climate change and extreme weather events: can developing countries adapt? Climate Policy, 3, 233-248.

Moretti, E., 2004: Workers’ education, spillovers, and productivity: evidence from plant-level production functions. Am. Econ. Rev., 94, 656-690.

Morimoto, R. and C. Hope, 2004: Applying a cost-benefit analysis model to the Three Gorges project in China. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 22, 205-220.

Munasinghe, M. and R. Swart, 2000: Climate change and its linkages with development, equity and sustainability. Proc. IPCC Expert Meeting, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 319 pp.

Munasinghe, M. and R. Swart, 2005: Primer on Climate Change and Sustainable Development Facts, Policy Analysis and Applications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 445 pp.

Munasinghe, M., O. Canziani, O. Davidson, B. Metz, M. Parry and M. Harisson, 2003: Integrating sustainable development and climate change in the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report. Munasinghe Institute for Development, Colombo, 44-52.

Munich Re, 2005: Topics Geo Annual Review, Natural Catastrophes, 2004. Munich Re, Munich, 60 pp. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www.munichre.com]

Najam, A., A.A. Rahman, S. Huq and Y. Sokona., 2003: Integrating sustainable development into the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Climate Policy, 3, S9-S17.

Nakicenovic, N. and R. Swart, Eds., 2000: Special Report on Emissions Scenarios. A Special Report of Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 599 pp.

NRC (National Research Council), 1999: Our common journey. Our Common Journey: A Transition Toward Sustainability, Board on Sustainable Development, Eds., National Academy Press, Washington, District of Columbia, 21-58.

Niang-Diop, I. and H. Bosch, 2004: Formulating an adaptation strategy. Adaptation Policy Frameworks for Climate Change: Developing Strategies, Policies and Measures, B. Lim and E. Spanger-Siegfried, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 183-204.

Nicholls, R.J., 2004: Coastal flooding and wetland loss in the 21st century: changes under the SRES climate and socio-economic scenarios. Global Environ. Chang., 14, 69-86.

Nordhaus, W.D. and J.G. Boyer, 2000: Warming the World: Economic Models of Global Warming. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 232 pp.

NRBS (Northern River Basins Study Board), 1996: Northern River Basins Study: Report to the Ministers 1996. Alberta Environmental Protection, Edmonton, Alberta, 287 pp. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www3.gov.ab.ca/env/water/nrbs/ index.html]

O’Riordan, T., 2004: Environmental science, sustainability and politics. T. I. Brit. Geogr., 29, 234-247.

O’Brien, G., P. O’Keefe, J. Rose and B. Wisner, 2006: Climate change and disaster management. Disasters, 30, 64-80.

O’Hare, G., 2002: Climate change and the temple of sustainable development. Geography, 87, 234-246.

Olsen, J.R., 2006: Climate change and floodplain management in the United States. Climatic Change, 76, 407-426.

Orindi, V.A. and L.A. Murray, 2005: Adapting to climate change in East Africa: a strategic approach. Gatekeeper Series 117, International Institute for Environment and Development, London, 23 pp.

Ostrom, E., J. Burger, C.B. Field, R.B. Norgaard and D. Policansky, 1999: Revisiting the commons: local lessons, global challenges. Science, 284, 278-282.

Paavola, J. and W.N. Adger, 2006: Fair adaptation to climate change. Ecol. Econ., 56, 594-609.

Page, E., 1999: Intergenerational justice and climate change. Polit. Stud. - London, 47, 53-66.

Parkins, J.R. and R.E. Mitchell, 2005: Public participation as public debate: a deliberative turn in natural resource management. Soc. Natur. Resour., 18, 529-540.

Parry, M.L., C. Rosenzweig, A. Iglesias, M. Livermore and G. Fischer, 2004: Effects of climate change on global food production under SRES emissions and socio-economic scenarios. Global Environ. Chang., 14, 53-67.

Payne, J.T., A.W. Wood, A.F. Hamlet, R.N. Palmer and D.P. Lettenmaier, 2004: Mitigating the effects of climate change on the water resources of the Columbia River basin. Climatic Change, 62, 233-256.

Pearce, D., 2003: The social cost of carbon and its policy implications. Oxford Rev. Econ. Pol., 19, 362-384.

Philippine Country Report, 1999: National Workshop on Indicators of Sustainable Development, UN Sustainable Development, 91 pp.

Plambeck, E.L. and C.W. Hope, 1996: PAGE95. An updated valuation of the impacts of global warming. Energ. Policy, 24, 783-794.

Porritt, J., 2005: Capitalism as if the World Matters, Earthscan, London, 304 pp.

Rambaldi, G., P.A.K. Kyem, M. McCall and D. Weiner, 2006: Participatory spatial information management and communication in developing countries. The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 25, 1-9. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www.ejisdc.org]

Ramus, C.A., 2002: Encouraging innovative environmental actions: what companies and managers must do. J. World Bus., 37, 151-164.

Reid, H. and M. Alam, 2005: Millennium Development Goals. Tiempo, 54, 18-22.

Reid, W.V., F. Berkes, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano, Eds., 2006: Bridging Scales and Knowledge Systems. Island Press, Washington, District of Columbia, 314 pp.

Reidlinger, D. and F. Berkes, 2001: Contributions of traditional knowledge to understanding climate change in the Canadian Arctic. Polar Rec., 37, 315-328.

Richardson, D., 2002: Flood risk - the impact of climate change. P. I. Civil Eng.-Civ. En., 150, 22-24.

Robinson, J.B. and D. Herbert, 2001: Integrating climate change and sustainable development. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, 1, 130-149.

Robledo, C., M. Fischler and A. Patino, 2004: Increasing the resilience of hillside communities in Bolivia - has vulnerability to climate change been reduced as a result of previous sustainable development cooperation? Mt. Res. Dev., 24, 14-18.

Rotmans, J. and B. de Vries, Eds., 1997: Perspectives on Global Change: the Targets Approach. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 479 pp.

Rotmans, J. and M.B.A. van Asselt, 2002: Integrated assessment: current practices and challenges for the future. Implementing Sustainable development: Integrated Assessment and Participatory Decision-Making Processes, H. Abaza and A. Baranzini, Eds., United Nations Environment Programme, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 78-116.

Rowe, G. and L.J. Frewer, 2000: Public participation methods: a framework for evaluation. Sci. Technol. Hum. Val., 25, 3-29.

Rozelle, S. and J.F.M. Swinnen, 2004: Success and failure of reform: insights from the transition of agriculture. J. Econ. Lit., 42, 433-458.

Sachs, J.D., 2005: The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time. The Penguin Press, New York, 416 pp.

Sala-i-Martin, X., G. Doppelhofer and R. Miller, 2004: Determinants of long-term growth: a Bayesian averaging of classical estimates (BACE) approach. Am. Econ. Rev., 94, 813-835.

Schellnhuber, H.J., M.K.B. Lüdeke and G. Petschel-Held, 2002: The syndromes approach to scaling – describing global change on an intermediate functional scale. Integrated Assessment, 3, 201-219.

Schellnhuber, H.J., A. Block, M. Cassel-Gintz, J. Kropp, G. Lammel, W. Lass, R. Lienenkamp, C. Loose, M.K.B. Lüdeke, O. Moldenhaeur, G. Petschel-Held, M. Plöchl and F. Reusswig, 1997: Syndromes of global change. GAIA, 6, 19-34.

Schipper, E.L.F., 2006: Conceptual history of adaptation to climate change under the UNFCCC. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law, 15, 82-92.

Schipper, L. and M. Pelling, 2006: Disaster risk, climate change and international development: scope for, and challenges to, integration. Disasters, 30, 19-38.

Schneider, H., 1999: Participatory governance: the missing link for poverty reduction. OECD Development Centre Policy Brief No. 17, OECD Development Centre, Paris, 30 pp.

Schroeter, D., W. Cramer, R. Leemans, I.C. Prentice, M.B. Araujo, N.W. Arnell, A. Bondeau, H. Bugmann and Co-authors, 2005: Ecosystem service supply and vulnerability to global change in Europe. Science, 310, 1333-1337.

Shaw, R., 2006: Community-based climate change adaptation in Vietnam: inter-linkage of environment, disaster and human security. Multiple Dimensions of Global Environmental Changes, S. Sonak, Ed., The Energy Research Institute (TERI), TERI Press, New Delhi, 521-547.

Shepherd, P., J. Tansey and H. Dowlatabadi, 2006: Context matters: what shapes adaptation to water stress in the Okanagan? Climatic Change, 78, 31-62.

Shue, H., 1999: Global environment and international inequality. Int. Aff., 75, 531-545.

Smit, B., O. Pilifosova, I. Burton, B. Challenger, S. Huq, R.J.T. Klein and G. Yohe, 2001: Adaptation to climate change in the context of sustainable development and equity. Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, J.J. McCarthy, O.F. Canziani, N.A. Leary, D.J. Dokken and K.S. White, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 877-912.

Sperling, F. and F. Szekely, 2005: Disaster risk management in a changing climate. Discussion Paper for the World Conference on Disaster Reduction on behalf of the Vulnerability and Adaptation Resource Group (VARG), reprint with addendum on conference outcomes, Washington, District of Columbia, 42 pp.

Stern, N., 2007: The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 692 pp.

Sutherland, K., B. Smit, V. Wulf and T. Nakalevu, 2005: Vulnerability in Samoa. Tiempo, 54, 11-15.

Summit Environmental Consultants Limited, 2004: Trepanier Landscape Unit (Westside) water management plan. Regional District of Central Okanagan and British Columbia, Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management, Kelowna, 300 pp.

Swaminathan, M.S., 2005: Environmental education for a sustainable future. Glimpses of the Work on Environment and Development in India, J.S. Singh and V.P. Sharma, Eds., Angkor Publishers, New Delhi, 51-71.

Swart, R., J. Robinson and S. Cohen, 2003: Climate change and sustainable development: expanding the options. Climate Policy, 3, S19-S40.

Thomalla, F., T. Downing, E. Spanger-Siegfried, G.Y. Han and J. Rockstrom, 2006: Reducing hazard vulnerability: towards a common approach between disaster risk reduction and climate adaptation. Disasters, 30, 39-48.

Thomas, D.S.G. and C. Twyman, 2004: Equity and justice in climate change adaptation amongst natural-resource-dependent societies. Global Environ. Chang., 15, 115-124.

Thomas, T., J.R. Schermerhorn and J.W. Deinhart, 2004: Strategic leadership of ethical behavior in business. Acad. Manage. Exec., 18, 56-66.

Tol, R.S.J., 1999: The marginal costs of greenhouse gas emissions. The Energy Journal, 20, 61-81.

Tol, R.S.J., 2002: New estimates of the damage costs of climate change, Part II: dynamic estimates. Environ. Resour. Econ., 21, 135-160.

Tol, R.S.J., 2005: The marginal damage costs of carbon dioxide emissions: an assessment of the uncertainties. Energ. Policy, 33, 2064-2074.

Tompkins, E. and N. Adger, 2005: Defining response capacity to enhance climate change policy. Environ. Sci. Policy, 8, 562-571.

Toth, F.L., Ed., 1999: Fair Weather? Equity Concerns in Climate Change. Earthscan Publications Ltd., London. 212 pp.

Toth, F.L. and E. Hizsnyik, 2005: Managing the inconceivable: participatory assessments of impacts and responses to extreme climate change, 26 pp. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www.uni-hamburg.de/Wiss/FB/15/Sustainability/atlantis.htm]

Turner, N.C., 2004: Sustainable production of crops and pastures under drought in a Mediterranean environment. Ann. Appl. Biol., 144, 139-147.

Turnpenny, J., A. Haxeltine and T. O’Riordan, 2004: A scoping study of user needs for integrated assessment of climate change in the UK context: Part 1 of the development of an interactive integrated assessment process. Integrated Assessment, 4, 283-300.

Twinomugisha, B., 2005: Indigenous adaptation. Tiempo, 57, 6-8.

UN (United Nations), 2005: Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals, 1990-2004. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://millenniumindicators.un.org/unsd/mi/mi _coverfinal.htm]

UNCRD (United Nations Centre for Regional Development), 2003: Sustainability in Grass-Roots Initiatives: Focus on Community Based Disaster Management. R. Shaw and K. Okazaki, Eds., Disaster Management Planning Hyogo Office and United Nations Centre for Regional Development, 103 pp.

UNDP (United Nations Development Program), 2003: Human Development Report. Oxford University Press, New York, 365 pp.

UNDP (United Nations Development Program), 2004: Reducing disaster risk: a challenge for development. UNDP, Geneva, 161 pp.

UNDSD (United Nations Division for Sustainable Development), 2006: Agenda 21. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 1992. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/documents/agenda21/index.htm]

UNSEA (United Nations Social and Economic Affairs), 2005: The inequality predicament: report on the world social situation 2005. United Nations General Assembly, New York, 152 pp.

Van Asselt, M.B.A. and N. Rijkens-Klomp, 2002: A look in the mirror: reflection on participation in integrated assessment from a methodological perspective. Global Environ. Chang., 12, 167-184.

van de Kerkhof, M., 2004: Debating Climate Change: A Study of Stakeholder Participation in an Integrated Assessment of Long-Term Climate Policy in the Netherlands. Lemma, Dordrecht, 317 pp.

Van Lieshout, M., R.S. Kovats, M.T.J. Livermore and P. Martens, 2004: Climate change and malaria: analysis of the SRES climate and socio-economic scenarios. Global Environ. Chang., 14, 87-99.

Vlassova, T.K., 2006: Arctic residents’ observations and human impact assessments in understanding environmental changes in boreal forests: Russian experience and circumpolar perspectives. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 11, 897-909.

Warren, R., 2006: Spotlighting impacts functions in integrated assessment models. Working Paper 91, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, Norwich, 216 pp.

Watkiss, P., D. Anthoff, T. Downing, C. Hepburn, C. Hope, A. Hunt and R. Tol, 2005: The social costs of carbon (SCC) review: methodological approaches for using SCC estimates in policy assessment. Final Report, Defra, UK, 124 pp.

Watson International Scholars of the Environment, 2006: Making MEAs work for the poor. Tiempo, 58, 6-11.

WCED (World Commission on Environment and Development), 1987: Our Common Future. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 398 pp.

Welp, M., A. de la Vega-Leinert and S. Stoll-Kleeman, 2006: Science-based stakeholder dialogues: theories and tools. Global Environ. Chang., 16, 170-181.

Winters, L.A., N. McCulloch and A. McKay, A., 2004: Trade liberalization and poverty: the evidence so far. J. Econ. Lit., 42, 72-115.

WKSS (West Kitikmeot / Slave Study Society), 2001: West Kitikmeot / Slave Study Society Final Report. West Kitikmeot / Slave Study Society, Yellowknife, Canada, 87 pp. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www.wkss.nt.ca/index.htm]

World Bank, 1998: Protecting Our Planet: Securing Our Future. R.T. Watson, Ed., World Bank/UNEP/ NASA, Washington, District of Columbia, 116 pp.

WRI (World Resources Institute), 2000: World Resources 2000-2001: People and Ecosystems: The Fraying Web of Life. World Resources Institute, Washington, District of Columbia. 389 pp.

WSSD, 2002: Plan of implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development, 62 pp. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/documents/WSSD_POI_PD/English/WSSD_PlanImpl.pdf]

Yamin, F., 2004: Overview. IDS Bulletin, 35, 1-11.

Yohe, G. and R. Tol, 2002: Indicators for social and economic coping capacity: moving toward a working definition of adaptive capacity. Global Environ. Chang., 12, 25-40.

Yohe, G., E. Malone, A. Brenkert, M.E. Schlesinger, H. Meij and X. Xing, 2006a: Global distributions of vulnerability to climate change. Integrated Assessment Journal, 6, 35-44.

Yohe, G., E. Malone, A. Brenkert, M.E. Schlesinger, H. Meij, X. Xing and D. Lee, 2006b: A synthetic assessment of the global distribution of vulnerability to climate change from the IPCC perspective that reflects exposure and adaptive capacity.CIESIN (Center for International Earth Science Information Network), Columbia University, Palisades, New York, 17 pp. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://ciesin.columbia.edu/data/climate/]

Young, O., 2006: Vertical interplay among scale-dependent environmental and resource regimes. Ecology and Society, 11, Art. No. 27. [Accessed 11.06.07: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art27/]