Journal Articles

May 17, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “Fisheries regulatory regimes and resilience to climate change”

Climate change is already producing ecological, social, and economic impacts on fisheries, and these effects are expected to increase in frequency and magnitude in the future. Fisheries governance and regulations can alter socio-ecological resilience to climate change impacts via harvest control rules and incentives driving fisher behavior, yet there are no syntheses or conceptual frameworks for examining how institutions and their regulatory approaches can alter fisheries resilience to climate change.
May 5, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “Delineating boundaries of social-ecological systems for landscape planning: A comprehensive spatial approach”

An increasing number of studies demonstrate the need of applying a social-ecological system approach for landscape planning. However, there is a lack of empirical research that operationalizes the concept of social-ecological system for landscape planning through the characterization of social-ecological interactions. In this study, we develop a methodological framework to delineate the boundaries of social-ecological systems and to characterize their main social-ecological units in a spatially explicit way.
May 3, 2017

BC3 Journal Articles “The efficiency cost of protective measures in climate policy”

New BC3 Journal Article published: "Böhringer C., Garcia-Muros X., Cazcarro I., Arto I. 2017. The efficiency cost of protective measures in climate policy. Energy Policy. 104. 446-454"
May 3, 2017

BC3 Journal Articles “Feeding the Household, Growing the Business, or Just Showing Off? Farmers’ Motivations for Crop Diversity Choices in Papua New Guineal”

New BC3 Journal Article published: "Nordhagen, S. Pascual, U., Drucker, A. . 2017. Feeding the Household, Growing the Business, or Just Showing Off? Farmers' Motivations for Crop Diversity Choices in Papua New Guinea. Ecological Economics. 137. 99-109."
May 3, 2017

BC3 Journal Articles “Unexpected weak seasonal climate in the western Mediterranean region during MIS 31, a high-insolation forced interglacial”

New BC3 Journal Article published:Oliveira, D.,Sánchez Goñi, M.F.,Naughton,F.,Polanco-Martínez,J.M.,Jimenez-Espejo,F., Grimalt,F., Martrat, B., Voelker, A.H.L., Trigo, R.,Hodell, D.,Abrantes, F.,Desprat,S. 2017. Unexpected weak seasonal climate in the western Mediterranean region during MIS 31, a high-insolation forced interglacial. Quaternary Science Reviews. 161. 1-17
May 3, 2017

BC3 Journal Articles “Has renewable energy induced competitive behavior in the Spanish electricity market?”

New BC3 Journal Article published: Ciarreta, A., Espinosa, M.P, Pizarro-Irizar, C. 2017. Has renewable energy induced competitive behavior in the Spanish electricity market?. Energy Policy. 104. 171–182
April 25, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “Dancing With Storks: The Role of Power Relations in Payments for Ecosystem Services”

The institutional change induced by payments for ecosystem services (PES) schemes is a ‘messy’ process. The uptake and outcomes of PES schemes cannot be fully explained from a rational choice perspective. The notion of ‘institutional bricolage’ is needed to analyse how actors assemble or reshape their actions by combining new institutions such as a PES scheme within other locally embedded institutions.
April 10, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “Evaluation of the health impact of an urban regeneration policy: Neighbourhood”

Background Neighbourhood Renewal (NR) was launched in Northern Ireland (NI) in 2003 to revive the social, economic and physical fabric of 36 deprived communities, characterised by a legacy of sectarian conflict. This study evaluates the impact of the policy on health over a decade. Methods A merged panel of secondary data from the British Household Panel Survey (2001–2008) and Understanding Society (2009–2012) yields longitudinal information on respondents for 12 years.
March 31, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “Assessing vulnerabilities and limits in the transition to renewable energies: land requirements under 100% solar energy scenarios”

The transition to renewable energies will intensify the global competition for land. Nevertheless, most analyses to date have concluded that land will not pose significant constraints on this transition. Here, we estimate the land-use requirements to supply all currently consumed electricity and final energy with domestic solar energy for 40 countries.
March 27, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “The climatic dependencies of urban ecosystem services from green roofs: Threshold effects and non-linearity”

This paper proposes a methodology for quantifying benefits and costs of extensive green roofs as an urban strategy for adaptation to climate change. It seeks to highlight the consequences of threshold effects in the delivery of the benefits and non-linearity with respect to green roof coverage.

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