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Publications

Below you'll find a non-exhaustive list of popular literature on sustainability science produced by or in collaboration with University of Copenhagen.

For scientific articles we recommend you take a look at our list of literature or search via the University database.

Edited by Jens Hoff and Quentin Gausset

The failure of the international community to reach significant global agreements on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions has led local governments, environmental organisations and citizens themselves to focus increasingly on the local possibilities for action on climate change.

Climate Change Congress Synthesis report

The Synthesis Report from The International Scientific Congress entitled "Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges & Decisions" (2009) includes the key messages from the congress. The report is available in eight languages:

English | Danish | Arabic | Chinese French | Portuguese | Russian | Spanish


Also see the Congress website for more information


Publications in Danish

Forsideillustration til bogen Klima og mennesker

Klima og mennesker. Humanistiske perspektiver på klimaforandringer

Edited by Mikkel Sørensen (KU) and Mikkel Fugl Eskjær (AAU)

2014

This anthology introduces the field of climate change as seen through the lens of the humanities. It establishes the nature and importance of the contributions made by the disciplines of the humanities and further exemplifies how this can be done.

Økologiske fødevarer - hvor bevæger forbrugerne sig hen?

2011

The results from a large research project on organic consumer behaviour and the future market for organic food in Denmark. By the Danish Centre for Bioethics and Risk Assessment (CeBRA)

Det ubevæbnede øje by Jakob Wolf

2012

All over the planet, people are fighting to save animals and plants from extinction – even though many species have no utilitarian value for us. In a new book, University of Copenhagen theologian Jakob Wolf takes up this aspect of the climate debate in the context of a religious ethic that spans cultures and religions.

Klimaets sociale tilstand by Peter Gundelach and colleagues

2012

An analysis on how young Danes between 18 and 35 years relate to climate change. A total of 2.548 people participated in the analysis. Peter Gundelach, professor in sociology at University of Copenhagen is one of the three authors.