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Griffith University authored climate change publications

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      Behavioural Basis of Health Program (Griffith Institute for Health and Medical Research)

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      Cities Research Institute

      Environmental Futures Research Institute

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      Griffith Institute for Tourism

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      Australian Rivers Institute

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      • International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (2014) Fifth Assessment Report (AR5): Contributing author to Chapter 25, Australasia. Reisinger, A., Kitching, R., et al. Geneva, Switzerland: IPCC Secretariat.
      • Reser, J.P., Bradley, G.L. & Ellul, M.C. (2014) Public risk perceptions, understandings and responses to climate change. In J. Palutikof, S. Boulter, J. Barnett, & D. Rissik (Eds) Applied studies in climate adaptation (pp 43-50). Chichester, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
      • Bradley, G. L., Reser, J. P., Glendon, A. I., & Ellul, M. C. (2014). Distress and coping in response to climate change. In K. Kaniasty, Buchwald, P., Howard, S., & Moore, K. (Eds.), Stress and anxiety. Applications to social and environmental threats, psychological wellbeing, occupational challenges, and developmental psychology (pp. 33-42). Berlin: Logos Verlag.
      • Hine, D.W., Reser, J.P., Phillips, W., Cooksey, R., Nunn, P., Morrison, M. (2014) Audience segmentation and climate change communication: Conceptual and methodological considerations. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 5 (4) 441-459.
      • Reser, J.P., Bradley, G.L. & Ellul, .C. (2014) Encountering climate change: ‘Seeing’ is more than ‘Believing’ Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 5 (4) 521-537.

      Griffith Business School

      Australian Rivers Institute

      Griffith Master of Environment Program

      The Environmental Systems and Climate Change course (7250ENV), studied as part of the Griffith Master of Environment program, examines the science and impacts of anthropogenic climate change on the physical, chemical and ecological components of the Earth system. Students in this course come from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds and professional experiences. In 2014 the following three essays were written as a reflection on the lecture content and wider readings that students studied in the course. The theme of the essay was to explore whether the present generation will choose to limit their carbon emissions and adjust their lifestyles sufficiently, so that future generations will be able to have a lifestyle at all.

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      South East Queensland Climate Change Adaptation Research Initiative

      Cities Research Institute

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      Behavioural Basis of Health Program (Griffith Institute for Health and Medical Research)

      Centre for Environment and Population Health

      Griffith Centre for Coastal Management

      • Tiller, R., Gentry, R., Richards, R., (2013). Stakeholder Driven Future Scenarios as an Element of Interdisciplinary Management Tools; the case of future offshore aquaculture development and the potential effects on fishermen in Santa Barbara, California. Ocean & Coastal Management 73:127–135.
      • Richards R., Sano, M., Roiko, A., Carter, R.W., Bussey, M., Matthews, J., Smith, T.F. (2013) Bayesian belief modeling of climate change impacts for informing regional adaptation options. Environmental Modelling & Software 44:113–121.
      • Bussey, M., Carter, R.W., Keys, N., Carter, J., Mangoyana, R., Matthews, J., Nash, D., Oliver, J., Richards, R., Roiko, A., Sano, M., Thomsen, D., Weber, E., Smith, T.F. (2011). Framing Adaptive Capacity through a History-Futures Lens: Lessons from the South East Queensland Climate Adaptation Research Initiative. Futures 44(4):385–397  doi:10.1016/j.futures.2011.12.002
      • Richards R., Sanò M., Sahin O, Tiller T., 2013. The (uncertain) world according to Bayes: Bayesian belief networks and the triple bottom line in the context of climate change. Conference of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, California, 3-6 April, 2013.
      • Tiller, R., Ellis, J., Moe, E., Richards, R., Salgado, H., Strand, H., 2013. Assessing Stakeholder Adaptive Capacity to Salmon Aquaculture in Norway. Conference of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, California, 3-6 April, 2013.
      • Meynecke, J.-O., Richards, R., 2013. Ocean acidification – impacts and opportunities for shell fish aquaculture. European Climate Change Adaptation Forum, 18th-20th March 2013, Hamburg, Germany. Oral presentation.
      • Richards, R., Hughes, L., Gee, D. and Tomlinson, R., 2013. Using generalized additive models for water quality assessments: A case study example from Australia In: Conley, D.C., Masselink, G., Russell, P.E. and O’Hare, T.J. (eds.), Proceedings 12th International Coastal Symposium (Plymouth, England), Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 65, pp. 111-116, ISSN 0749-0208.

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      South East Queensland Climate Change Adaptation Research Initiative

      Cities Research Institute

      • Howes, M. & A. Dedekorkut-Howes 2012. “Climate Adaptation and the Australian System of Government: The Gold Coast Example.” In K. Crowley & K. Walker (eds),Environmental Policy Failure? Learning from Australian Studies. Tilde University Press: Melbourne. Chapter 9, pp. 116-130.
      • Howes, M., D. Grant-Smith, K. Bosomworth, K. Reis, P. Tangney, M. Heazle, D. McEvoy, & P. Burton, 2012. Rethinking emergency management and climate adaptation policies. Paper presented at the Australian Political Studies AssociationConference. 24-26 September. University of Tasmania: Hobart.
      • Matthews, T. (in press) Responding to climate change as a transformative stressor through metro-regional planning. Local Environment.
      • Steele, W, MacCallum, D, Byrne, J., and Houston, D. (2012) Planning the climate-just city, in International Planning Studies, 17(1), pp. 67-83.
      • Steele, W (2012) Do we need a slow housing movement? In Housing, Theory and Society, 29(2), pp. 172-189.
      • Steele, W and Mittal, N (2012) Building equitable urban resilience: the challenge for cities, in Otto-Zimmerman (Ed.) Resilient Cities 2, Springer Science and Business, ICLEI.
      • Steele, W., Ruming, K. 2012. Flexibility versus certainty: unsettling the land-use planning shibboleth in Australia, Planning and Practice Research, Vol. 27, issue 2, April 2012, pages 155-176.

      Environmental Futures Research Institute

      Griffith School of Environment

      Griffith School of Engineering

      Behavioural Basis of Health Program (Griffith Institute for Health and Medical Research)

      Griffith Centre for Coastal Management

      • Sherker S., Brighton B., Sano M., Richards R., Sahin O., Ware D., Tomlinson R., Farmer N., 2012. Adapt Between The Flags - Enhancing the capacity of Surf Life Saving to cope with extreme weather and climate change. Australia Water Safety Conference 2012, Sydney, Australia, 4-5 June 2012.
      • Sano, M., Baum, S., Bussey, M., Carter, R.W., Crick, F., Golshani, A., Low Choy, D., Richards, R., Roiko, A., Serrao-Neumann, S., Splinter, K., Smith, T.F., Tomlinson, R., 2012. Adapting Coasts to Climatic Futures. An Australian Perspective. International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2012, Santander, Spain, 1-6 July, 2012.
      • Tiller, R., Richards, R., Gentry, R., 2012. Stakeholder driven future scenarios as an element of interdisciplinary management tools: the case of future offshore aquaculture development and the potential effects on fishermen in Santa Barbara, California. Conference of the International Studies Association, San Diego, California, 1-4 April, 2012.

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      • Boer, H.J 2012 ‘Global Governance of REDD+ Programs and Activities’, Parahyangan Journal of International Relations, Vol. 8. No. 1, pp. 22 - 42.

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