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T. Oxley, Apsimon, H., Dore, A., Sutton, M., Hall, J. W., Heywood, E., Campo, T. G. D., and Warren, R., The UK Integrated Assessment Model, UKIAM: a national scale approach to the analysis of strategies for abatement of atmospheric pollutants under the convention on long-range transboundary air pollution, Integrated Assessment, vol. 4, pp. 236-249, 2003.
A. Otto, Hall, J. W., Hickford, A. J., Nicholls, R. J., Alderson, D., and Barr, S., A quantified system-of-systems modeling framework for robust national infrastructure planning, IEEE Systems Journal, no. 99, 2014.
B. Osman-Elasha, Parrotta, J., Adger, W. N., Brockhaus, M., C Colfer, P., and Sohngen, B., Future Socio-Economic Impacts and Vulnerabilities, in Adaptation of Forests and People to Climate Change: A Global Assessment Report, vol. 22, R. Seppälä, Buck, A., and Katila, P. Helsinki: IUFRO, 2009, pp. 101-122.
T. Osborn, Simulating the winter North Atlantic Oscillation: the roles of internal variability and greenhouse gas forcing, Climate Dynamics, vol. 22, pp. 605-623, 2004.
T. Osborn and Hulme, M., Evidence for trends in heavy rainfall events over the UK, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series a-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences, vol. 360, pp. 1313-1325, 2002.
T. Osborn, Cresswell, D., Lowe, J., Brooks, N., Jenkins, G., and Hulme, M., What is happening to global climate and why?, in Health effects of climate change in the UK, E. Group on C. UK London: Department of Health, 2002, pp. 18-49.
H. Osbahr, Twyman, C., Adger, W. N., and Thomas, D., Evaluating Successful Livelihood Adaptation to Climate Variability and Change in Southern Africa , Ecology and Society, vol. 15, p. Art 27. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss2/art27/, 2010.
H. Osbahr, Twyman, C., Adger, W. N., and Thomas, D. S. G., Effective livelihood adaptation to climate change disturbance: Scale dimensions of practice in Mozambique, Geoforum, vol. 39, pp. 1951-1964, 2008.
H. Osbahr, Twyman, C., Adger, W. N., and Thomas, D. S. G., Effective livelihood adaptation to climate change disturbance: Scale dimensions of practice in Mozambique, Geoforum, vol. 39, pp. 1951-1964, 2008.
J. C. Orr, Maier-Reimer, E., Mikolajewicz, U., Monfray, P., Sarmiento, J. L., Toggweiler, R. J., Taylor, N. K., Palmer, J., Gruber, N., Sabine, C. L., Le Quéré, C., Key, R. M., and Boutin, J., Estimates of anthropogenic carbon uptake from four 3-D global ocean models, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2001.
C. Okereke, Bulkeley, H., and Schroeder, H., Conceptualizing Climate Governance beyond the International Regime, Global Environmental Politics, vol. 9, pp. 58-78, 2007.
C. Okereke, Global Justice and Neoliberal Environmental Governance. London: Routledge Press, 2008.
C. Okereke, Bulkeley, H., and Schroeder, H., Conceptualizing Climate Governance beyond the International Regime, Global Environmental Politics, vol. 9, 2009.
C. Okereke, The Politics of Environmental Change. London: Routledge, 2007.
C. Okereke and Schroeder, H., How can the objectives of justice, development and climate change mitigation be reconciled in the treatment of developing countries in a post-Kyoto settlement?, Climate and Development, vol. 1, pp. 10-15, 2009.
C. Okereke, Global Justice and Neoliberal Environmental Governance: ethics, sustainable development and international co-operation. London: Routledge, 2007, p. 233.
C. Okereke, An Exploration of Motivations, Drivers and Barriers to Carbon Management: The UK FTSE 100, European Management Journal, vol. 25, pp. 475-486, 2007.
D. G. Ockwell, Whitmarsh, L., and O’Neill, S., Reorienting climate change communication for effective mitigation – forcing people to be green or fostering grass-roots engagement?, Science Communication, vol. 30, 2009.
D. G. Ockwell, Ely, A., Mallett, A., Johnson, O., and Watson, J., Low Carbon Development: The Role of Local Innovative Capabilities. 2010.
D. G. Ockwell and Byrne, R., Improving technology transfer through national systems of innovation: climate relevant innovation-system builders (CRIBs), Climate Policy, vol. 16, no. 7, pp. 836-854, 2015.
D. G. Ockwell, Watson, J., MacKerron, G., Pal, P., and Yamin, F., Key policy considerations for facilitating low carbon technology transfer to developing countries, Energy Policy, vol. 36, pp. 4104-4115, 2008.
D. G. Ockwell, Watson, J., Mallett, A., Haum, R., MacKerron, G., and Verbeken, A. M., “Enhancing Developing Country Access to Eco-Innovation: The Case of Technology Transfer and Climate Change in a Post-2012 Policy Framework. 2010.
D. G. Ockwell, Watson, J., MacKerron, G., Pal, P., and Farhana, Y., Key policy considerations for facilitating low carbon technology transfer to developing countries, Energy Policy , vol. 36, pp. 4104-4115, 2008.
D. G. Ockwell, Whitmarsh, L., and O’Neill, S., Behavioural insights: motivating individual emissions cuts through communication, in Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society, C. Lever-Tracey London: Routledge, 2010, pp. 341-150.
D. G. Ockwell, Byrne, R., Urama, K., Ozor, N., Kirumba, E., Ely, A., Becker, S., and Gollwitzer, L., Debunking free market myths: Transforming pro-poor, sustainable energy access for climate compatible development, in Making Climate Compatible Development Happen, Abingdon: Routledge, 2017.