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C. Cvitanovic, Crimp, S., Fleming, A., Bell, J., Howden, M., Hobday, A. J. )[, Taylor, M., and Cunningham, R., Linking adaptation science to action to build food secure Pacific Island communities , 2016.
A. Crooks, Castle, C., and Batty, M., Key Challenges in Agent-Based Modelling for Geo-Spatial simulation, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, in review, 2008.
F. Creutzig, Agoston, P., Minx, J. C., Canadell, J. G., Andrew, R. M., Le Quere, C., Peters, G. P., Sharifi, A., Yamagata, Y., and Dhakal, S. ), Urban infrastructure choices structure climate solutions, 2016.
D. Crawford-Brown, Assessing the Sensitivity of Climate Change Targets to Policies of Land Use, Energy Demand, Low Carbon Energy and Population Growth, Journal of Environmental Protection, 2012.
D. Crawford-Brown and Crawford-Brown, D., Cumulative Risk Assessment Framework for Waterborne Contaminants, Journal of Environmental Protection, vol. 3, no. 5, pp. 400-413, 2012.
P. D. Cotton, Stansby, P., and Ahsan, M., Flow over and within a porous bed computed using a macroscopic formulation of a low-Reynolds-number k-e turbulence model, IAHR International Groundwater Symposium, 2007.
I. M. Cote and Gill, J., Measuring coral reef decline through meta-analyses, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol. 360, pp. 385-395, 2005.
A. Corner, Markowitz, E., and Pidgeon, N., Public engagement with climate change: the role of human values, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 2014.
A. Corner, Psychology: Science literacy and climate views, Nature Climate Change, vol. 2, pp. 710–711, 2012.
A. Corner, Parkhill, K., Pidgeon, N., and Vaughan, N., Messing with nature? Exploring public perceptions of geoengineering in the UK, Global Environmental Change, vol. In Press, 2013.
A. Corner, Whitmarsh, L., and Xenias, D., Uncertainty, scepticism and attitudes towards climate change: biased assimilation and attitude polarisation, Climatic Change, 2012.
E. Corbera, Mexico, in REDD, forest governance and rural livelihoods. The emerging agenda, O. Springate-Baginski and Wollenberg, E. Bogor: Center for International Forestry Research, 2010.
E. Corbera, The Science and Politics of Global Climate Change. A guide to the Debate by A. E. Dessler and E. A. Parson. Book review., Environmental Sciences, vol. 1, 2006.
E. Corbera and Cazorla, X., Climate Change: Science and Policy in the Catalan Context, El Punt Ambiental, Catalan Association of Environmental Scientists, May-June 2007, pp. 4-11, 2007.
E. Corbera, Puig, I., J. Martín, R., and Cañellas, S., Examples of instruments for energy demand management, in Energy Use in Catalunya. Analysis of the Energy Metabolism of the Catalan Economy, R. J. Martín Barcelona: Consell Assessor per al Desenvolupament Sostenible, Generalitat de Catalunya, 2009, pp. 147-180.
E. Corbera and Brown, K., Building institutions to trade ecosystem services: Marketing forest carbon in Mexico, World Development, vol. 36, pp. 1956-1979, 2008.
E. Corbera and Romeo, I., Climate change management instruments, in Second Report on Climate Change in Catalonia, J. E. Llebot Barcelona: Institut d’Estudis Catalans & Departament de Medi Ambient i Habitatge, 2010.
E. Corbera, Estrada, M., May, P., Navarro, G., and Pacheco, P., Rights to land, forests and carbon in REDD+: insights from Mexico, Brazil and Costa Rica, Forests, vol. 2 (1), 2011.
E. Corbera, AIJ forestry evaluation and implications for CDM A/R projects, Joint Implementation Quarterly, vol. 12, p. 8, 2006.
E. Corbera, Bringing development into carbon forestry markets: Challenges and outcomes of small-scale carbon forestry activities in Mexico, in Carbon Forestry: Who will benefit? Proceedings of the Workshop on Carbon Sequestration and Sustainable Livelihoods, D. Murdiyarso and Herawati, H. Bogor, Indonesia.: Center for International Forestry, 2005, pp. 42-56.
E. Corbera, C. Soberanis, G., and Brown, K., Institutional dimensions of payments for ecosystem services. An analysis of Mexico's carbon forestry programme., Ecological Economics, vol. 68, pp. 743-761, 2009.
E. Corbera, C. Soberanis, G., and Brown, K., Institutional Dimensions of Payments for Ecosystem Services. An analysis of Mexico’s carbon forestry programme, Ecological Economics, vol. 68, pp. 743-761, 2009.
E. Corbera and Besnard, M., Water and climate change in the Mediterranean. UNESCOCAT, 2010.
E. Corbera, Stern Review: A critical note on avoided deforestation, Ecologia Politica, vol. 32, pp. 163-164, 2007.
E. Corbera, Mexico’s PES-carbon program: a preliminary assessment and impacts on rural livelihoods, in Payments for environmental services, forest conservation and climate change, L. Tacconi, Mahanty, S., and Suich, H. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2010, p. 288.