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Explaining differential vulnerability to climate change: A social science review
K Thomas, RD Hardy, H Lazrus, M Mendez, B Orlove, I Rivera‐Collazo, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (2), e565, 2019
6782019
Weaponizing vulnerability to climate change
KA Thomas, BP Warner
Global environmental change 57, 101928, 2019
1232019
How do sustainable schools integrate sustainability education? An assessment of certified sustainable K–12 schools in the United States
BP Warner, M Elser
The Journal of Environmental Education 46 (1), 1-22, 2015
1032015
Sustainability appraisal of water governance regimes: the case of Guanacaste, Costa Rica
C Kuzdas, A Wiek, B Warner, R Vignola, R Morataya
Environmental management 54, 205-222, 2014
652014
Limits to adaptation to interacting global change risks among smallholder rice farmers in Northwest Costa Rica
BP Warner, C Kuzdas, MG Yglesias, DL Childers
Global Environmental Change 30, 101-112, 2015
592015
Integrated and participatory analysis of water governance regimes: The case of the Costa Rican dry tropics
C Kuzdas, A Wiek, B Warner, R Vignola, R Morataya
World Development 66, 254-268, 2015
552015
The interfaces of public and private adaptation: Lessons from flooding in the Deerfield River Watershed
A Milman, BP Warner
Global Environmental Change 36, 46-55, 2016
502016
Sustainability assessment of water governance alternatives: the case of Guanacaste Costa Rica
C Kuzdas, BP Warner, A Wiek, R Vignola, M Yglesias, DL Childers
Sustainability Science 11, 231-247, 2016
452016
Identifying the potential of governance regimes to aggravate or mitigate local water conflicts in regions threatened by climate change
C Kuzdas, B Warner, A Wiek, M Yglesias, R Vignola, A Ramírez-Cover
Local Environment 21 (11), 1387-1408, 2016
342016
Understanding actor-centered adaptation limits in smallholder agriculture in the Central American dry tropics
BP Warner
Agriculture and human values 33, 785-797, 2016
272016
Explaining political polarization in environmental governance using narrative analysis
BP Warner
Ecology and Society 24 (3), 2019
232019
The role of political economy in framing and producing transformative adaptation
BP Warner, CP Kuzdas
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 29, 69-74, 2017
232017
Manufactured global-change risk pathways in industrial-based agrarian development
BP Warner, C Kuzdas
Climate and Development 8 (5), 385-396, 2016
232016
Identifying and quantifying landowner perspectives on integrated flood risk management
A Milman, BP Warner, DA Chapman, AG Short Gianotti
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11 (1), 34-47, 2018
212018
Flood concerns and impacts on rural landowners: An empirical study of the Deerfield watershed, MA (USA)
AGS Gianotti, B Warner, A Milman
Environmental Science & Policy 79, 94-102, 2018
192018
Farming the floodplain: Ecological and agricultural tradeoffs and opportunities in river and stream governance in New England’s changing climate
BP Warner, RE Schattman, CE Hatch
Case Studies in the Environment 1 (1), 1-9, 2017
152017
Social vulnerability: social science perspectives on climate change, Part 1
D Hardy, H Lazrus, M Mendez, B Orlove, I Rivera-Collazo, JT Roberts, ...
Washingtin, DC: USGCRP Social Science Coordinating Committee, 2018
142018
Smallholder Adaptation to Drought in Costa Rica's Crony Capitalist Rice Economy
BP Warner, DL Childers, C Kuzdas, G Stocks
Development and Change 49 (6), 1392-1421, 2018
102018
Fluvial geomorphic assessment and river corridor mapping as flood risk management tools in Massachusetts, USA
BP Warner, JD Gartner, CE Hatch
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11, S1100-S1104, 2018
102018
Governing Costa Rica’s water resources
C Kuzdas, M Yglesias, B Warner
The Solutions Journal 4 (4), 31-36, 2013
102013
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