Monographs and monograph items

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2017

  • Steinmann, K., Lieberherr, E., & Zimmermann, W. (2017). Waldpolitik der Schweiz – Ein Lehrbuch. Zürich / St. Gallen: Dike Verlag AG

2016

  • Ingold, K., Lieberherr, E., Schläpfer, I., Steinmann, K., Zimmermann, W. (2016) Umweltpolitik der Schweiz – ein Lehrbuch. Zürich / St. Gallen: Dike Verlag AG.
  • Komendantova, N., Kroos, D., Schweitzer, D., Leroy, C., Andreini, E., Baltazar, B., Boston, T., Botbaev, K., Cohen, J., Eismann, C., Hamm, T., Garcia-Aristizabal, Keršnik, M., König, M., Lehmann, M., Lemmens, H., Moeltner, K., Mumovic, M., Reichl. J., Sansavini, G., Schmidthaler, M., Steven, A., Tomik, L., Zobel, C., Wenzel, F., (2016). Protecting Electricity Networks from Natural Hazards. Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

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2015

  • de Buren, G. (2015). Understanding Resource Management – An Introduction to Institutional Resource Regimes (IRR) and a Field Guide for Empirical Analysis. sanu durabilitas, Biel. Download
  • Komendantova, N., Leroy, C., Battaglini, A., (2015). Protection of Electricity Transmission Infrastructure from Natural Hazards: from Multi-Risk Assessment to Multi-Risk Governance. In: Niglia, A., (eds.) NATO Science for Peace and Security Series – D: Information and Communication Security. Volume 43. ISBN 978-1-61499-571-5 (print) | 978-1-61499-572-2 (online)
  • Lieberherr, E., Truffer, B. Dominguez, D. .(2015) The strategy/management perspective: water and wastewater, in Routledge Companion to Network Industries. Eds Finger, M and Jaag, Ch. 389-402. London: Routledge.
  • Patt, A. (2'15). Transforming Energy: Solving Climate Change with Technology Policy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-10702-406-9

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2014

  • de Buren G. (2014). La gestion des services environnementaux: entre règles et régulation négociée. Six études de cas de services forestiers pour la production d'eau potable dans trois pays. Doctoral thesis. University of Lausanne, Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration.
  • Green, O. O., Perrings, C. (2014) Institutionalized Cooperation and Resilience in Transboundary Freshwater Allocation. Garmestani, A.S., Allen, C. (Eds.), In Social-Ecological Resilience and Law. Columbia University Press, NYC.
  • Lieberherr, E. (2014). Water security through cooperation. GAIA 23/1: 55 | doi: 10.14512/gaia.23.1.12. (Review of the book: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 2013. Free flow: Reaching water security through cooperation. Paris: UNESCO. pp. 334).
  • Lilliestam, J., Blumer, Y., Geddes, A., Labordena, M., Späth, L., van Vliet, O. (2014): More than costs: on the fit between solar and renewable electricity policy motivations and energy system models. In: Bailey, S. (Ed.): Solar power: Technologies, environmental impacts and future prospects, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppage, pp. 23-56.
  • Scolobig, A., Garcia-Aristizabal, A., Komendantova, N., & Patt, A. (2014). From multi-risk assessment to multi-risk governance: Recommendations for future directions. In GFDRR (Ed.), Understanding Risk: The Evolution of Disaster Risk Assessment (pp. 163-167). Washington: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Download

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2013

  • Green, O. O., Shuster, W. D., Garmestani, A. S., Thurston, H.W . (2013) Upscaling Natural and Social Capitals for Decentralized Urban Stormwater Management, Novatech Conference Proceedings, Lyon, France (June 23-27, 2013).
  • Patt, Anthony (2013). Climate risk management: laying the groundwork for successful adaptation. In: S. Moser and M. Boykoff (eds): Successful Adaptation to Climate Change: Linking Science and Policy in a Rapidly Changing World. New York: Routledge. pp. 186-200. Publisher
  • Shuster, W. D., Garmestani, A. S., Green, O. O., Rhea, L. K., Roy, A. H., Thurston, H. W. (2013) Catchment-scale stormwater management via economic incentives – an overview and lessons-learned, Novatech Conference Proceedings, Lyon, France (June 23-27, 2013).

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2012

  • Lieberherr, E. (2012). Transformation of water governance and legitimacy: Comparing Swiss, German and English water supply and sanitation service providers. Doctoral thesis, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne.
  • Riahi, K., F. Dentener, D. Gielen, A. Grubler, J. Jewell, Z. Klimont, V. Krey, D. McCollum, S. Pachauri, S. Rao, B. van Ruijven, D. P. van Vuuren and C. Wilson, 2012: Energy Pathways for Sustainable Development. In: Thomas B. Johansson, Anand Patwardhan, Nebojsa Nakicenovic and Luis Gomez-Echeverri (Eds.) Global Energy Assessment – Toward a Sustainable Future. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and New York, NY, USA and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, pp. 1203–1306.
  • Schmidt, P., Johan Lilliestam, J., D. Fürstenwerth, and A. Battaglini (2012). Electricity for growth and jobs in Tunisia: exploring the nuclear and renewable electricity options, in: Pusatieri, M., Cannamela, J. (Eds.): Tunisia: Economic, political and social issues, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppage, pp.31-62.

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2011

  • Battaglini, A., and Johan Lilliestam (2011). Zur Governance des Übertragungsnetzes, Schriften zur Ökologie, Band 16, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin.
  • Knoepfel P., de Buren G. (2011). Redefining ecoservices for resource policy analysis. In: Bisang K., Hirschi Ch., Ingold K. (Eds.) In Umwelt und Gesellschaft im Einklang? Festschrift für Willi Zimmermann. Schriften zum Recht des ländlichen Raums 4, Dike Verlag, Zurich, pp. 101-115.
  • Komendantova, Nadejda, and Anthony Patt (2011). Could corruption prove a barrier to roll-out of renewable energy in North Africa? In Transparency International Global Corruption Report: Climate Change. London: Earthscan, pp. 187–193.

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2010

  • Patt, Anthony, Diana Reckien, Richard J.T. Klein, Detlef van Vuuren, Markus Wrobel, Nico Bauer, Gunnar S. Eskeland and Tom Downing (2010). What can social science tell us about meeting the challenge of climate change: five insights from five years that might make a difference. In M. Hulme and H. Neufeld (eds.) Making climate change work for us. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 369–388
  • Battaglini, A. & Lilliestam, J. (2010): Das SuperSmart Grid - die Möglichkeit für 100 Prozent Erneuerbare Energie, in: Stiftung Brandenburger Tor (Ed.): Energie gleich Arbeit. Nachdenken über unseren Umgang mit Energie, Stiftung Brandenburger Tor, Berlin, pp. 38-42.
  • Battaglini, A., Lilliestam, J., Knies, G. (2010): SuperSmart Grid - paving the way for a 100% renewable electricity system, in: Schellnhuber, H. J.: Global sustainability - A Nobel Cause, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 289-305. Download
  • Gupta, Joyeeta, Åsa Persson, Lennart Olsson, Joanne Bayer, Nicolien van der Grijp, Anne Jerneck, Richard J.T. Klein, Mike Thompson, and Anthony Patt (2010). Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation policy: conditions for success. In M. Hulme and H. Neufeld (eds.) Making climate change work for us. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 319–339.

2009

  • Lieberherr, E. (2009). Acceptability of Market-Based Approaches to Water Management. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag.
  • Patt, Anthony, Angie Dazé, and Pablo Suarez (2009). Gender and climate change vulnerability: what’s the problem, what’s the solution? In M. Ruth and M. Ibarrarán (eds.), The Distributional effects of climate change: social and economic implications. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 82–102.
  • Patt, Anthony (2009). Learning to crawl: how to use seasonal climateforecasts to build adaptive capacity. In N. Adger, I. Lorenzoni, and K. O’Brien (eds.) Living with climate change: are there limits to adaptation? Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 79–95.
  • Patt, Anthony (2009). Communicating uncertainty to policy-makers. In P. Bavaye, J. Mysiak, and M. Laba (ed.), Uncertainties in environmental modeling and consequences for policy making. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 231–251.
  • Scolobig Anna, and B. De Marchi (2009). Dilemmas in land use planning in flood prone areas, p. 204 in P. Samuels, S. Huntington, W. Allsop and J. Harrop (eds.) Flood Risk Management: Research and Practice, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, London. (Proceedings of the European Conference on Flood Risk Management. Research into Practice (FLOOD/RISK/ 2008), Oxford, UK 30 Sept –2 Oct 2008), also in CD-Rom. Leiden CRC Press/Balkema, 1185–1192.
  • Steinführer A., C. Kuhlicke, B. De Marchi, Anna Scolobig, S. Tapsell, and S. Tunstall (2009). Local communities at risk from flooding, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, 88 pp.
  • Steinführer, A., C. Kuhlicke, B. De Marchi, Anna Scolobig, S. Tapsell, and S. Tunstall (2009). Towards flood risk management with the people at risk: from scientific analysis to practice recommendations (and back). p. 167 in P. Samuels, S. Huntington, W. Allsop and J. Harrop (eds.) Flood Risk Management: Research and Practice, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, London. (Proceedings of the European Conference on Flood Risk Management. Research into Practice (FLOOD/RISK/ 2008), Oxford, UK 30 Sept –2 Oct 2008), Also in CD-Rom. Leiden: CRC Press/Balkema, 945–955.
  • Suarez, Pablo, Jesse Ribot, and Anthony Patt (2009). The role of climate information in reducing vulnerability. In M. Ruth and M. Ibarrarán (eds.), The Distributional effects of climate change: social and economic implications. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 151–165.

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2008

  • Battaglini, A., Lilliestam, J. (2008): A SuperSmart Grid for climate and energy security in Europe and beyond, in: Battaglini, A., Ruiz de Elvira, A., Welp, M. (Eds.): Global investments for climate and energy security - a cross-sector perspective, European Climate Forum, Potsdam, pp. 33-35. Download
  • Patt, Anthony, Dagmar Schröter, Richard Klein, and A.C. de la Vega-Leinert (eds.) (2008). Assessing Vulnerability to Global Environmental Change: Making information useful for adaptation policy and decision-making. London: Earthscan.
  • Patt, Anthony, Dagmar Schröter, A.C. de la Vega-Leinert, and Richard Klein (2008). An introduction to the diversity of approaches to vulnerability research and assessment: common features and lessons learned. In A. Patt, Anthony, D. Schröter, R. Klein, and A. de la Vega-Leinert (eds.), Assessing Vulnerability to Global Environmental Change: Making information useful for adaptation policy and decision-making. London: Earthscan, pp. 1–26.

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2007

  • de Buren G. (2007). Vers des politiques régionales transfrontalières ? : étude de la réorientation de la politique cantonale genevoise de l'aménagement du territoire. Cahier de l'IDHEAP 231, IDHEAP, Chavannes-près-Renens.
  • Winkler, Jordan, Anthony Patt, and Kabineh Konneh (2007). Knowledge for sustainable development: assessing a decade of African climate forecasting. In J. Griffiths, Elements for Life. London: Tudor Rose Publishing, pp. 156–157.
  • Patt, Anthony (2007). Evaluating the value of seasonal climate forecasts for subsistence farmers: lessons from NOAA applications research in Zimbabwe. In J. Griffiths, Elements for Life. London: Tudor Rose Publishing, pp. 179–181.

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2006

  • Patt, Anthony (2006). Trust, respect, patience, and sea surface temperatures: useful climate forecasting in Zimbabwe. In R. Mitchell, W. Clark, D. Cash, and N. Dickson (eds.), Global environmental assessments: information, institutions, and influence. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 241–269.

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2005

  • Patt, Anthony (2005). How do you assess extreme events? In A. Farrell and J. Jäger (eds.) Assessments of Regional and Global Environmental Risks: Designing Processes for the Effective Use of Science in Decisionmaking. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future, pp. 119–137.

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2003

  • Foster, Charles, Marc Landy, Anthony Patt, DeWitt John, Brian Donahue, Alice Ingerson, and William Shutkin (2003). Civic Environmentalism. In R. Moore (Ed.) Memos to the Governor: Management Advice from the Commonwealth’s Experts in Public Administration and Policy, pp. 42-57. Boston MA: American Society for Public Administration, Massachusetts Chapter.

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2002

  • Patt, Anthony and Richard Zeckhauser (2002). Behavioral perceptions and policies toward the environment. In R. Gowda and J. Fox (eds.), Judgments, Decisions, and Public Policy. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 265–302.

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2001

  • Patt, Anthony (2001). Transboundary air pollution: lessons for useful analysis. In J. Linnerooth-Bayer, R. Löfstedt, and G. Sjoestedt (eds.), Transboundary Risk Management. London: Earthscan, pp. 91–120.

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2000

  • Patt, Anthony (2000). Strategy and Psychology in Environmental Assessment. Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, PhD Thesis, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 137 pp.

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1997

  • Parson, Edward, Shardul Agrawala, Anthony Patt, Robert Keohane, Ronald Mitchell, Liliana Botcheva, William Clark, Elizabeth DeSombre, James McCarthy, and Eileen Shea (1997). Explaining the form of assessments: Why do we get the assessments we do? In A Critical Evaluation of Global Environmental Assessments: The Climate Experience, Washington DC: Center for the Application of Research on the Environment of the Institute of Global Environment and Society, pp. 49-78.

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