Johanna Wolf
Johanna Wolf
Royal Roads University, University of Victoria
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Are there social limits to adaptation to climate change?
WN Adger, S Dessai, M Goulden, M Hulme, I Lorenzoni, DR Nelson, ...
Climatic change 93 (3), 335-354, 2009
Inter-relationships between adaptation and mitigation
RJT Klein, S Huq, F Denton, TE Downing, RG Richels, JB Robinson, ...
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2007
Individual understandings, perceptions, and engagement with climate change: insights from in‐depth studies across the world
J Wolf, SC Moser
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 2 (4), 547-569, 2011
Social capital, individual responses to heat waves and climate change adaptation: An empirical study of two UK cities
J Wolf, WN Adger, I Lorenzoni, V Abrahamson, R Raine
Global Environmental Change 20 (1), 44-52, 2010
Adaptation opportunities, constraints, and limits
RJT Klein, G Midgley, BL Preston, M Alam, F Berkhout, K Dow, MR Shaw
Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Part A: Global …, 2015
A values‐based approach to vulnerability and adaptation to climate change
KL O'Brien, J Wolf
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1 (2), 232-242, 2010
Perceptions of heatwave risks to health: interview-based study of older people in London and Norwich, UK
V Abrahamson, J Wolf, I Lorenzoni, B Fenn, S Kovats, P Wilkinson, ...
Journal of Public Health 31 (1), 119-126, 2009
Values, climate change, and implications for adaptation: Evidence from two communities in Labrador, Canada
J Wolf, I Allice, T Bell
Global Environmental Change 23 (2), 548-562, 2013
Ecological citizenship and climate change: perceptions and practice
J Wolf, K Brown, D Conway
Environmental politics 18 (4), 503-521, 2009
Climate change adaptation as a social process
J Wolf
Climate change adaptation in developed nations, 21-32, 2011
Heat waves and cold spells: an analysis of policy response and perceptions of vulnerable populations in the UK
J Wolf, WN Adger, I Lorenzoni
Environment and Planning A 42 (11), 2721-2734, 2010
Limits and barriers to adaptation: four propositions.
M Hulme, N Adger, S Dessai, I Lorenzoni, L Naess, A Wreford
A Changing Environment for Human Security - Transformative Approaches to Research, Policy and Action
L Sygna, K O'Brien, J Wolf
Routledge Earthscan, London, UK, 2013
Rethinking existing approaches to water security in remote communities: An analysis of two drinking water systems in Nunatsiavut, Labrador
C Goldhar, T Bell, J Wolf
Water Alternatives 6, 462-486, 2013
Conceptual and practical barriers to adaptation: vulnerability and responses to heat waves in the UK
J Wolf, I Lorenzoni, R Few, V Abrahamson, R Raine
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Vulnerability to Freshwater Changes in the Inuit Settlement Region of Nunatsiavut, Labrador: A Case Study from Rigolet
C Goldhar, T Bell, J Wolf
Arctic, 2014
Ecological citizenship as public engagement with climate change
J Wolf
Engaging the public with climate change: Behaviour change and communication …, 2011
Planned adaptation measures in industrialised countries: a comparison of select countries within and outside the EU
L Westerhoff, ECH Keskitalo, H McKay, J Wolf, D Ellison, I Botetzagias, ...
Developing adaptation policy and practice in Europe: Multi-level governance …, 2010
A changing environment for human security
K O˘BRIEN, L Sygna, J Wolf
A Changing Environment for Human Security, 27-50, 2013
The ecological citizen and climate change
J Wolf
The workshop “Democracy on the day after tomorrow” at the ECPR Joint …, 2007
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