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CICSS Research & Policy Brief Series:

Additional CICSS Research & Policy Briefs are in development. If researchers would like to submit an idea for publication, contact Allison Chatrchyan.

Faculty-Affiliated Climate Change Publications:

Find below a snapshot of the breadth and depth of Cornell research expertise on climate change. Cornell University has over 140 researchers from across the university working on some aspect of this issue. For a complete list of faculty working in this area, search for climate change by researchers under the ACSF Faculty Fellows Page.

Climate Change Science, Decision Tools, Impacts, and Modeling:

Agricultural & Ecological Systems:

Social Science, Communication, Economics & Policy:

  • Chatrchyan, A. 2013. Addressing Climate Change at the County Level.  New York State Association of Counties. NYSAC News.
  • Chatrchyan, A. and P. Doughman. 2008. “Climate Policy in the United States: State and Regional Leadership” In Hugh Compston and Ian Bailey. Turning Down the Heat: The Politics of Climate Policy in Affluent Democracies. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mullen, M, Allred, S.B. and A. Chatrchyan. 2012. Local Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities: Understanding Municipal Official Perspectives. Cornell University Human Dimensions Research Unit, HDRU Outreach Series No. 12-1.
  • Ortiz-Bobea, A. Just, R.E. 2013. “Modeling the Structure of Adaptation in Climate Change Impact Assessment” Am. J. Agr. Econ. 95 (2): 244-251.Stedman, R.C., Ross, R.M., Allred, S.B. and S.J. Chicone. 2012. Upstate Rural New York Residents’ Perceptions of Climate Change. Community and Rural Development Institute (CaRDI) Research and Policy Brief. Issue 50 (October).