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|Mainstreaming and Beyond: Policy Capacity and Climate Change Decision-Making||Wellstead, Adam, Stedman, Richard. 2015. Michigan Journal of Sustainability. 3: 47-63.|
|Local Government Capacity to Respond to Environmental Change: Insights from Towns in New York State||Larson, Lincoln R., Lauber, T. Bruce, Kay, David L., Cutts, Bethany B. 2017. Environmental Management.|
|Climate change and agriculture in New York and Pennsylvania: risk perceptions, vulnerability and adaptation among farmers||Lane D, Chatrchyan A, Tobin D, Thorn K, Allred S, Radhakrishna R (2018). Climate change and agriculture in New York and Pennsylvania: risk perceptions, vulnerability and adaptation among farmers. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33, 197–205. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1742170517000710|
|Missing the forest for the trees? Navigating the trade-offs between mitigation and adaptation under REDD||Ingalls, Micah L., Dwyer, Michael B. 2015. Climate Change.|
|Communicating about Climate Change, Natural Gas Development, and ‘Fracking’: U.S. and International Perspectives.||
Clarke, Chrstopher E., et al. “Communicating about Climate Change, Natural Gas Development, and ‘Fracking’: U.S. and International Perspectives.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia, Climate Science, Oxford University Press, 2019.
|Which Moral Foundations Predict Willingness to Make Lifestyle Changes to Avert Climate Change in the USA?||
2016. Dickinson, Janis L., McLeod, Poppy, Bloomfield, Robert, Allred, Shorna. PLoS ONE. 11(10).
|Climate Change Capacity Discovery: Current Activities and Future Priorities at Land-grant Universities in the Northeast||2015. Tobin, D., Radhakrishna, R., Chatrchyan, A., Chan, J., & Allred, S. USDA Northeast Climate Hub.|
|United States Agricultural Stakeholder Views and Actions on Climate Chang||
2015. Chatrchyan, A., Chaopricha, N., Erlebacher, R., Chan, J., Tobin, D. & Allred, S. United States Agricultural Stakeholder Views and Actions on Climate Change. USDA Northeast Climate Hub.
|Understanding Decision-makers’ Perception of Flooding Risks and Climate Change||2014. S.A. Allred, A. DeGaetano, M. Mullen, and C. Tse. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Sector Applications Research Program (SARP) NOAA-OAR-CPO-2012-2003041Final Report. 62pp.|
|Addressing the Challenges of Adaptation to Climate Change Policy: Integrating Public Administration and Public Policy Studies||2014. A.M. Wellstead and R.C. Stedman. International Journal of Public Administration 37: 999-1010.|
|Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities in New York Municipalities: Assessing the Perceptions of and Actions to Local Climate Change||2012. M. Mullen, S. Allred, and A. Chatrchyan. HDRU Outreach Publ. 12-1. Dept. of Nat. Resour. Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 4pp.|
|The Role of Climate Change Policy Work in Canada||2012. Wellstead, A.M. and R.C. Stedman. Canadian Review of Political Science 6(1):117-124.|
|Upstate Rural New York Residents’ Perceptions of Climate Change||2012. Stedman, R.C., R.M. Ross., S.B. Allred, and S.J. Chicone. Research & Policy Brief Series, Community and Rural Development Institute. 50.|
|Local Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities: Understanding Municipal Official Perspectives||2012. Mullen, M, Allred, S.B. and A. Chatrchyan. Cornell University Human Dimensions Research Unit, HDRU Outreach Series No. 12-1, September 2012.|
|Coordinating Future Climate Change Policies Across Canadian Natural Resources||2007. A.M. Wellstead and R.C. Stedman. Climate Policy 7:29-34.|