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    • Changes in temporal inequality of precipitation extremes over China due to anthropogenic forcings 

      Duan, Weili; Zou, Shan; Christidis, Nikolaos; Schaller, Nathalie; Chen, Yaning; Sahu, Netrananda; Li, Zhi; Fang, Gonghuan; Zhou, Botao (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Based on the Gini-coefficients, this study has presented an analysis of the impacts of anthropogenic forcing on the temporal inequality (i.e., increase in unevenness or disparity) of precipitation amounts (PRCPTOT), intensity ...
    • Changing climate change: The carbon budget and the modifying-work of the IPCC 

      Lahn, Bård Lappegård (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Over the last 10 years, the concept of a global ‘carbon budget’ of allowable CO2 emissions has become ubiquitous in climate science and policy. Since it was brought to prominence by the Fifth Assessment Report of the IPCC, ...
    • Cities as public agents: A typology of co-creational leadership for urban climate transformation 

      Hofstad, Hege; Vedeld, Trond; Agger, Annika; Hanssen, Gro Sandkjær; Tønnesen, Anders; Valencia, Sandra (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      This article develops a typology of co-creational leadership for urban climate transformation. The typology is constructed from a combination of governance theory and empirical observations of co-creational leadership in ...
    • Climate and Biodiversity Strategies and Current Commitments 

      Daloz, Anne Sophie; Andrew, Robbie; van Oort, Bob (Chapter, 2020)
      This chapter of the 2020 Report of the FABLE Consortium Pathways to Sustainable Land-Use and Food Systems outlines how sustainable food and land-use systems can contribute to raising climate ambition, aligning climate ...
    • Climate benefit of a future hydrogen economy 

      Hauglustaine, Didier; Paulot, Fabien; Collins, William; Derwent, Richard; Sand, Maria; Boucher, Olivier (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Hydrogen is recognised as an important future energy vector for applications in many sectors. Hydrogen is an indirect climate gas which induces perturbations of methane, ozone, and stratospheric water vapour, three potent ...
    • Climate change adaptation based on computable general equilibrium models – a systematic review 

      Wei, Taoyuan; Aaheim, Asbjørn (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Purpose This study aims to identify the current state of the art and the gaps in the application of computable general equilibrium (CGE) models on studying climate change adaptation. Design/methodology/approach A systematic ...
    • Climate Change and International Relations (After Kyoto) 

      Underdal, Arild (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      This review “diagnoses” climate change as an international governance challenge and explores the political feasibility of alternative “cures.” Human activities’ growing effect on Earth's climate system is extremely ...
    • Climate Change and International Relations (After Kyoto) 

      Underdal, Arild (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      This review “diagnoses” climate change as an international governance challenge and explores the political feasibility of alternative “cures.” Human activities’ growing effect on Earth's climate system is extremely ...
    • Climate change doesn’t win you a climate election: party competition in the 2021 Norwegian general election 

      Farstad, Fay Madeleine; Aasen, Marianne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The 2021 Norwegian General Election was hailed as a ‘climate election’, yet the Greens only won three seats. What explains the centrality of climate change and why did this not translate into more success for the Greens? ...
    • Climate change effects on hydrometeorological compound events over southern Norway 

      Poschlod, Benjamin; Zscheischler, Jakob; Sillmann, Jana; Wood, Raul R.; Ludwig, Ralf (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Hydrometeorological compound events cause severe economical, societal and environmental damage, but their investigation is difficult as they occur rarely and are multivariate. Here we use 50 high-resolution climate simulations ...
    • Climate change impacts on crop yield: Evidence from China 

      Wei, Taoyuan; Cherry, Todd; Glomsrød, Solveig; Zhang, Tianyi (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      When estimating climate change impact on crop yield, a typical assumption is constant elasticity of yield with respect to a climate variable even though the elasticity may be inconstant. After estimating both constant and ...
    • Climate change, risk management and the end of Nomadic pastoralism 

      Næss, Marius Warg (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Mobility has been argued to be the single factor explaining why some pastoralists do relatively well during extreme climatic events, while others do not, because mobility works by taking advantage of the spatial and temporal ...
    • Climate Clubs: a Gateway to Effective Climate Cooperation? 

      Hovi, Jon; Sprinz, Detlef F.; Sælen, Håkon; Underdal, Arild (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      Although the Paris Agreement arguably made some progress, interest in supplementary approaches to climate change co-operation persist. This article examines the conditions under which a climate club might emerge and grow. ...
    • Climate cooperation in the shadow of solar geoengineering: an experimental investigation of the moral hazard conjecture 

      Cherry, Todd; Kroll, Stephan; McEvoy, David M.; Campoverde, David; Moreno-Cruz, Juan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      As international efforts to mitigate greenhouse gases continue to fall short of global targets, the scientific community increasingly debates the role of solar geoengineering in climate policy. Given the infancy of these ...
    • Climate effects of non-compliant Volkswagen diesel cars 

      Tanaka, Katsumasa; Lund, Marianne Tronstad; Aamaas, Borgar; Berntsen, Terje Koren (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
    • Climate impact storylines for assessing socio-economic responses to remote events 

      J.J.M. van den Hurk, Bart; Baldissera Pacchetti, Marina; Boere, Esther; Ciullo, Alessio; Coulter, Liese; Dessai, Suraje; Ercin, Ertug; Goulart, Henrique M.D.; Hamed, Raed; Hochrainer-Stigler, Stefan; Koks, Elco; Kubiczek, Patryk; Levermann, Anders; Mechler, Reinhard; van Meersbergen, Maarten; Mester, Benedikt; Middelanis, Robin; Minderhoud, Katie; Mysiak, Jaroslav; Nirandjan, Sadhana; van den Oord, Gijs; Otto, Christian; Sayers, Paul; Schewe, Jacob; Shepherd, Theodore G.; Sillmann, Jana; Stuparu, Dana; Vogt, Thomas; Witpas, Katrien (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Modelling complex interactions involving climatic features, socio-economic vulnerability or responses, and long impact transmissions is associated with substantial uncertainty. Physical climate storylines are proposed as ...
    • Climate impacts of short-lived climate forcers versus CO2 from biodiesel: A case of the EU on-road sector 

      Lund, Marianne Tronstad; Berntsen, Terje Koren; Fuglestvedt, Jan S. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014)
      Biofuels are proposed to play an important role in several mitigation strategies to meet future CO2 emission targets for the transport sector but remain controversial due to significant uncertainties in net impacts on ...
    • Climate Leadership by Conditional Commitments 

      Helland, Leif; Hovi, Jon; Sælen, Håkon (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      Under the 2015 Paris climate agreement, each Party sets its own mitigation target by submitting a Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) every five years. An important question is whether including conditional components ...
    • Climate policy and dependence on traded carbon 

      Andrew, Robbie; Davis, Steven J.; Peters, Glen Philip (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2013)
      A growing number of countries regulate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions occurring within their borders, but due to rapid growth in international trade, the products consumed in many of the same countries increasingly rely ...
    • Climate policy: from complexity to consensus? 

      Boasson, Elin Lerum; Tatham, Michael Robert (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)