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Below is a select list of climate change publications that Griffith University researchers have authored.  A more comprehensive list can be found by searching Griffith Experts.

Some Griffith University authored climate change publications

  • Mackey B. (2020) Chapter 13: The future of wilderness in the Anthropocene and beyond: Wild machinations. In On Wilderness and the Wild: Conflict, Conservation and Co-existence (Robyn Bartel, Fiona Utley, Marty Branagan and Stephen Harris, eds.), Routledge.
  • Dominick A Dellasala, Cyril F Kormos, Heather Keith, Brendan Mackey, Virginia Young, Brendan Rogers, Russell A Mittermeier (2020) Primary Forests are undervalued in the climate emergency. BioScience, Volume 70, Issue 6, June 2020, Page 445, https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa030

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  • Mackey B. and Rogers N. (2019) Promising the Earth: the need for Engelian Convenant-making in the Anthropocene in The Future of Global Environmental Ethics edited by Peter Burdon, Klaus Bosselmann and Kirsten Engel. Edward Elgar.
  • Don A. Driscoll, Graeme L. Worboys, Hugh Allan, Sam C. Banks, Nicholas J. Beeton, Rebecca C. Cherubin, Tim S. Doherty, C. Max Finlayson, Ken Green, Ren_ee Hartley, Geoffrey Hope, Chris N. Johnson, Mark Lintermans, Brendan Mackey, David J. Paull, Jamie Pittock, Luciana L. Porfirio, Euan G. Ritchie, Chloe F. Sato, Ben C. Scheele, Deirdre A. Slattery, Susanna Venn, David Watson, Maggie Watson and Richard M. WilliamsDriscoll D. et al. (2019)  Impacts of feral horses in the Australian Alps and evidence-based solutions. Ecological Management & Restoration 20, 63-72.
  • Senate Standing Committees on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade inquiry into the implications of climate change for Australia's national security - Submission by the Griffith Climate Change Response Program & the Griffith Policy Innovation Hub - August 2017
  • Cyril F Kormos, Tilman Jaeger, Bastian Bertzky, Tim Badman, Remco van Merm, Elena Osipova, Yichuan Shi, Brendan G Mackey, Russell A Mittermeier, Mathew Jacobson, Kyra Busch, Erjen Khamaganova, Jodi Hilty, Peter Bille Larsen, James EM Watson, Harvey Locke - The need for a wilderness and large landscapes and seascapes approach under the World Heritage Convention - IUCN, 2017/1/1, pages 1 - 9.
  • James R Allan, Yichuan Shi, Bastian Bertzky, Tilman Jaeger, Oscar Venter, Brendan Mackey, Remco van Merm, Elena Osipova, James Edward Watson, Cyril F Kormos - Current wilderness coverage on the World Heritage list: broad gaps and opportunities - IUCN, 2017/1/1, pages 27 - 47.
  • Brendan Mackey - A Reflection on The Earth Charter Project and its Mission in the Anthropocene - 2017, Griffith University.

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    • Tim Cadman, Klaus Radunsky, Andrea Simonelli, Tek Maraseni, From Paris to Poland, International Journal of Social Quality, 1 December 2018.

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    • Sheldon, F., Leigh, C., Neilan, W., Newham, M., Polson, C. and Hadwen, W. (2019) Urbanization: Hydrology, water quality, and influences on ecosystem health. p229-248 In: Approaches to Water Sensitive Urban Design 1st Edition. Pp.615 Woodhead Publishing https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-812843-5.00011-3

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    • Cyril F Kormos, Bastian Bertzky, Tilman Jaeger, Yichuan Shi, Tim Badman, Jodi A Hilty, Brendan G Mackey, Russell A Mittermeier, Harvey Locke, Elena Osipova, James EM Watson - A wilderness approach under the world heritage convention - Conservation Letters, 2016/5, vol 9, Issue 3, pages 228 - 235.

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

    • Bradley G and Reser J (2016) Adaptation processes in the context of climate change: a social and environmental psychology perspective Journal of Bioeconomics, published online 27 July 2016, Springer.

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    2015

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    • Penelope Figgis, Brendan Mackey, James Fitzsimons, Jason Irving, Pepe Clarke - Valuing nature: protected areas and ecosystem services - Sydney: Australian Committee for IUCN, 2015/11.
    • Leigh Welling, Marcy Rockman, James Watson, Brendan Mackey and Andrew Potts (2015), The role of world heritage sites in a changing climate. World Heritage. No. 77, October 2015. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. London: United Kingdom. pp. 4 - 13
    • Brendan Mackey 2015. "Green Vision for a Brown Country". In John Menadue and Michael Keating (eds), Fairness, Opportunity and Security: Filling the Policy Vacuum. ATF Press: South Australia. Chapter 43, pp. 353 - 361. Dewey Number: 361.610994
    • Green vision for a brown country by Brendan Mackey. Pearls and Irritations – Policy Series and Current Affairs. Posted on 06/06/2015 by John Menadue Fairness, Opportunity and Security. Policy Series edited by Michael Keating and John Menadue.
    • Mackey, B. (2015) Mitigation options for the Paris Agreement - A submission to the public consultation on The Australian Government's post-2020 emissions reduction target.
    • Nerissa Walton, James Fitzsimons - Eds: P. Figgis, B. Mackey, J. Fitzsimons, J. Irving and P. Clarke - Payment for ecosystem services in practice–savanna burning and carbon abatement at Fish River, northern Australia.:‘Valuing Nature: Protected Areas and Ecosystem Services - 2015/1/1, pages 78-83.
    • Brendan Mackey, Penelope Figgis, James Fitzsimons, Jason Irving, Pepe Clarke - Key directions for valuing ecosystem services and protected areas in Australia - Valuing Nature: Protected Areas and Ecosystem Services - Australian Committee for IUCN Inc., page 129, 2015.

    Cities Research Institute

    Environmental Futures Research Institute

    Griffith School of Engineering

    • Stewart, R.A., Sahin, O., Siems, R., Talebpour, M.R., Giurco, D., 2015. Performance and economics of internally plumbed rainwater tanks: An Australian perspective, in: Memon, F.A., Ward, S. (Eds.), Alternative Water Supply Systems. IWA Publishing, London, UK, p. 496.
    • Talebpour, M.R., Sahin, O., Siems, R., Stewart, R.A., Hopewell, M., 2015. Evaluating rain tank pump performance at a microcomponent level, in: Memon, F.A., Ward, S. (Eds.), Alternative Water Supply Systems. IWA Publishing, London, UK, p. 496.

    Griffith Law School

    Griffith Institute for Tourism

    • Steve Noakes, Min Jiang and Terry DeLacy (2015) Pacific tourism building resilience and adaptive capacity to climate change. Chapter 3 in World Tourism Organization (2015), Responding to Climate Change: Tourism Initiatives in Asia and the Pacific, UNWTO, Madrid.

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    Australian Rivers Institute

    2014

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    • Klein, R.J.T., G.F. Midgley, B.L. Preston, M. Alam, F.G.H. Berkhout, K. Dow,  M.R. Shaw, and Contributing Authors include Mustelin, J., 2014: Adaptation opportunities, constraints, and limits. In: Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Field, C.B., V.R. Barros, D.J. Dokken, K.J. Mach, M.D. Mastrandrea, T.E. Bilir, M. Chatterjee, K.L. Ebi, Y.O. Estrada, R.C. Genova, B. Girma, E.S. Kissel, A.N. Levy, S. MacCracken, P.R. Mastrandrea, and L.L. White (eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA, pp. 899-943.
    • Mackey, B., DellaSala, D. A., Kormos, C., Lindenmayer, D., Kumpel, N., Zimmerman, B., Hugh, S., Young, V., Foley, S., Arsenis, K. and Watson, J. E.M. (2014), Policy Options for the World's Primary Forests in Multilateral Environmental Agreements. Conservation Lettersdoi: 10.1111/conl.12120.  Editor Mark W. Schwartz
    • Brendan Mackey and James Watson.  Who will save the last primary forests on Earth?.  Posted by Wildlife Conservation Society on August 22, 2014 in National Geographic NewsWatch.
    • Brendan Mackey, David Lindenmayer - Fossil fuels' future - Science, 2014/8/15, Vol 345, Issue 6198, Pages 739-740.
    • Handmer, J., Mustelin, J. et al (2014). Integrated Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in Practice. A Roundtable report. RMIT University, Griffith University and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Brisbane, Australia.
    • Conway, D. and Mustelin, J. (2014), Strategies for improving adaptation practice in developing countries. Nature Climate Change. DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2199
    • Brendan Mackey, Nicole Rogers - Chapter 13 Climate justice and the distribution of rights to emit carbon - Access to International Justice - 2014/11/20, page 225, Routledge.

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    Griffith School of Engineering

    • Oz Sahin, Rodney A. Stewart & Russell G. Richards, Addressing the water-energy-climate nexus conundrum: A systems approach. In Proceedings of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs) 7th Intl. Congress on Env. Modelling and Software, San Diego, CA, USA, Daniel P. Ames, Nigel W.T. Quinn and Andrea E. Rizzoli (Eds.) http://www.iemss.org/society/index.php/iemss-2014-proceedings

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

    • 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.

    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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