Featured recent publications

Featured recent publications

Gabriela Guimarães Nobre (15 November 2019): Floods, droughts and climate variability: From early warning to early action. 

Franziska Komossa (18 June 2020): Outdoor Recreationists and Where To Find Them: Quantifying Outdoor Recreation Preferences In European Landscapes. 

Peter Robinson (26 June 2020): Behavioural Economic Studies of Flood Insurance Demand

Konstantinos Bischiniotis (6 July 2020): Before the Flood: Using Forecasting to Improve Risk Management.

Bloemendaal, N., Haigh, I.D., de Moel, H., Muis, S., Haarsma, R.J. & Aerts, J.C.J.H. (2020). Generation of a global synthetic tropical cyclone hazard dataset using STORM. Scientific Data, 7, 40. 

Bockarjova, M., Botzen, W.J.W. & Koetse, M.J. (2020). Economic valuation of green and blue nature in cities: A meta-analysis. Ecological Economics, 169, 106480. 

Brander, L.M., van Beukering, P., et al. (2020). The global costs and benefits of expanding Marine Protected Areas.Marine Policy, 116, 103953. 

Davis, K.F., [...], Dell’Angelo, J., et al. (2020). Tropical forest loss enhanced by large-scale land acquisitions. Nature Geoscience, 13, 482–488. 

de Boer, J., Schösler, H. & Aiking, H. (2020). Fish as an alternative protein – A consumer-oriented perspective on its role in a transition towards more healthy and sustainable diets. Appetite, 152, 104721. 

de Ruiter, M.C., Couasnon, A., van den Homberg, M.J.C., Daniell, J.E., Gill, J.C. & Ward, P.J. (2020). Why we can no longer ignore consecutive disasters. Earth's Future, 8(3), e2019EF001425. 

Dijkstra, H., van Beukering, P. & Brouwer, R. (2020). Business models and sustainable plastic management: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of Cleaner Production, 258, 120967. 

Hsu, A., Brandt, J., Widerberg, O., Chan, S. & Weinfurter, A. (2020). Exploring links between national climate strategies and non-state and subnational climate action in nationally determined contributions (NDCs). Climate Policy, 20(4), 443–457. 

Koks, E.E. & Haer, T. (2020). A high-resolution wind damage model for Europe. Scientific Reports, 10, 6866. 

Komossa, F., Wartmann, F.M., Kienast, F. & Verburg, P.H. (2020). Comparing outdoor recreation preferences in peri-urban landscapes using different data gathering methods. Landscape and Urban Planning, 199, 103796. 

Kornhuber, K., Coumou, D., Vogel, E., Lesk, C., Donges, J. F., Lehmann, J. & Horton, R. M. (2020). Amplified Rossby waves enhance risk of concurrent heatwaves in major breadbasket regions. Nature Climate Change, 10(1), 48–53. 

Leijten, F., Sim, S., King, H. & Verburg, P.H. (2020). Which forests could be protected by corporate zero deforestation commitments? A spatial assessment. Environmental Research Letters, 15, 6. 

Morseletto, P. (2020). Restorative and regenerative: Exploring the concepts in the circular economy. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 24(4), 763–773. 

Prestele, R. & Verburg, P.H. (2020). The overlooked spatial dimension of climate‐smart agriculture. Global Change Biology, 26(3), 1045–1054. 

Schaafsma, M. & Brouwer, R. (2020). Substitution Effects in Spatial Discrete Choice Experiments. Environmental and Resource Economics, 75, 323–349. 

Schoderer, M., Dell’Angelo, J. & Huitema, D. (2020). Water policy and mining: Mainstreaming in international guidelines and certification schemes. Environmental Science & Policy, 111, 42–54. 

Shaw, B.J., van Vliet, J. & Verburg, P.H. (2020). The peri-urbanization of Europe: A systematic review of a multifaceted process. Landscape and Urban Planning, 196, 10373. 

Vousdoukas, M.I., Mentaschi, L., Hinkel, J., Ward, P.J., Mongelli, I., Ciscar, J. C. & Feyen, L. (2020). Economic motivation for raising coastal flood defenses in Europe. Nature Communications, 11, 2119.

IVM’s Luke Brander contributed to a new report ‘Protecting 30% of the planet for nature: costs, benefits and economic implications’. The 30% protected area goal is expected to be approved by the Convention on Biological Diversity’s 196 parties next year in Kunming, China. 

Oscar Widerberg is one of the editors of the recently published book ‘Governing the Climate-Energy Nexus, Institutional Complexity and Its Challenges to Effectiveness and Legitimacy’. Lisa Sanderink and Philipp Pattberg also contributed to the book.