Research monographs

Gustafsson, M.-T., Dellmuth, L., The Moral Foundations of Private Adaptation. Evidence from the Mining Sector (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Elements Series on "Organizational Responses to Climate Change: Business, Governments, and Nonprofits''), forthcoming in 2024.


Peer-reviewed journal articles

Dellmuth, L., Shyrokykh, K., Climate change on Twitter: Implications for climate governance research. WIREs Climate Change, forthcoming. Shyrokykh, K., Dellmuth, L., Funk, E., “Managing networks: Cohesion and fluidity in EU climate cooperation with European neighbours, European Union Politics, 0 (2023).

Gustafsson, M.-T., Rodríguez, Jorge E., Dellmuth, L., “Private adaptation to climate risks: Evidence from the world’s largest mining companies”, Climate Risk Management, 35 (2022), 100386.

Kural, E., Dellmuth, L., Gustafsson, M.-T.,“International organizations and climate change adaptation: A new dataset for the social scientific study of adaptation, 1990–2017”, PLOS ONE, 16(9): e0257101.

Dellmuth, L., Gustafsson, M.-T.,“Global adaptation governance: How intergovernmental organizations mainstream climate change adaptation”, Climate Policy, 21:7 (2021), pp. 868-833.

Dellmuth L, Bender F, Jönsson AR, Rosvold EL, von Uexkull N., “Humanitarian need drives multilateral disaster aid”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 118 (2021), e2018293118.

Dellmuth, L., Kural, E., Gustafsson, M.-T.,“Global adaptation governance: Explaining the governance responses of international organizations to new issue linkages”, Environmental Science & Policy, 114 (2020), pp. 204-215.

Dellmuth, L., Gustafsson, M.-T., Bremberg, N. and Mobjörk, M.,“Intergovernmental organizations and climate security: Advancing the research agenda”, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 9:1 (2018), doi:10.1002/wcc.496.

Policy reports (selection)

Mobjörk M, Gustafsson MT, Sonnsjö H, van Baalen S, Dellmuth L and Bremberg N, “Climate-Related Security Risks. Towards an Integrated Approach (Stockholm: SIPRI, 2016) (76 p.).

Cheung, W et al. (2015) “ Predicting future oceans. Climate change, oceans & fisheries”, scientific report for the Nereus Program.

Dellmuth, Lisa (2011) " European structural, agricultural and environmental spending in Germany: Challenges and problems during the allocation and implementation of EU resources”, policy paper, Stockholm University, Department of Political Science.

Policy briefs (selection)

Kural, E., Dellmuth, L., Gustafsson, M.T. “International organizations and adaptation governance: Lessons for policymaking” (Mistra Geopolitics, April 2021).

Dellmuth, L., Gustafsson, M.T., Bremberg, N. and Mobjörk, M., “Intergovernmental Organizations and Climate Security Challenges: Implications for Academic Research and Policymaking” (SIPRI Fact Sheet, December 2017).

Mobjörk M, van Baalen S, Bäckstrand K, Bremberg N, Dellmuth L, Gustafsson MT and Sonnsjö H, “Climate change and violent conflict in East Africa - implications for policy”, policy brief April 2016.

Gustafsson MT, Bäckstrand K, Bremberg N, Dellmuth L, Sonnsjö H, van Baalen S and Mobjörk M, “How to integrate climate and conflict risks in development cooperation – experiences and lessons learnt, policy brief April 2016.

Mobjörk M, Bäckstrand K, Gustafsson MT, Sonnsjö H, Dellmuth L and Bremberg N, "The role of multilateral organisations in addressing climate change and its security risks, policy brief November 2015.

Van Baalen S, Bremberg N, Dellmuth L, Gustafsson MT, Mobjörk M and Sonnsjö H, Climate Change and Security: Security risks and the role of multilateral organisations (Stockholm: Stockholm University, The Swedish Institute of International Affairs Stockholm Resilience Centre, 2015) (61 p.).


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