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Schaefer, Laura and Balogun, Kehinde (2015). Stocktaking of climate risk assessment approaches related to loss and damage. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 6616 681
Kloos, Julia, Asare-Kyei, Daniel, Pardoe, Joanna and Renaud, Fabrice G. (2015). Towards the Development of an Adapted Multi-hazard Risk Assessment Framework for the West Sudanian Savanna Zone. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 6853 369
van der Geest, Kees and Warner, Koko (2015). What the IPCC 5th Assessment Report has to say about loss and damage. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 6835 2221
Wrathall, David (2015). Differentiated migration as community disassembly: Resilience perspectives on catastrophic disturbances. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 6680 273
De Souza, Roger M., Henly-Shepard, Sarah, McNamara, Karen and Fernando, Nishara (2015). Re-framing island nations as champions of resilience in the face of climate change and disaster risk. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 7005 756
Ayeb-Karlsson, Sonja, Tanner, Thomas, van der Geest, Kees, Warner, Koko, Adams, Helen, Ahmedi, Istiakh, Alaniz, Ryan, Andrei, Stephanie, Barthelt,Christian, Bhargava, Malashree, Bronen, Robin, Contreras, Diana, Cradock-Henry, Nick, Fernando, Nishara, Henly-Shepard, Sarah, Huq, Saleemul, Lawless, Christopher, Lewis, David, Loster, Thomas, McNamara, Karen (2015). Livelihood resilience in a changing world – 6 global policy recommendations for a more sustainable future. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 7855 856
Adams, Helen, Alaniz, Ryan, Bronen, Robin and McNamara, Karen (2015). Maintaining and building ‘place’ through managed and forced community relocations: Lessons for a climate changed world. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 6579 250
Lawless, Christopher (2015). Understanding the sociomaterial boundary qualities of livelihood resilience to climate change: Toward a methodological framework for more systematic social analysis. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.  4.67 6677 231