Allan, J., Bhandary, R.R., Bisiaux, A., Chasek, P., Jones, N., Luomi, M., Schulz, A., Verkuijl, C. and Woods, B. (Eds.). (2017). From Bali To Marrakech: A Decade of International Climate Negotiations, As told be the Earth Negotiations Bulletin. International Institute for Sustainable Development. [Online]
Woods, B., H.Ø. Nielsen, A.B. Pedersen, and D. Kristofersson. 2017. Farmers’ perceptions of climate change and their likely responses in Danish agriculture. Land Use Policy, 65, 109-120.
Woods, B. and D. Kristofersson. 2016. The state of coalitions in international climate change negotiations and implications for global climate policy. International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making, 2(1), 41-68.
Woods, B. 2016. Food, Fuel, and Finance: A Call for Corporate Climate Action in 2016. BSR: San Francisco. [Online]
Crowley, H., C. Driscoll Goulay, E. Niemtzow, T. Norton, E. Prattico, and B. Woods. 2015. Climate Change: Implications and Strategies for the Luxury Fashion Sector. BSR Working Paper in collaboration with Kering. BSR: San Francisco.
Woods, B. 2015. Walking the Walk: How Food and Agriculture Businesses Take Action on Climate. BSR: San Francisco. [Online]
Woods, B. and E. Prattico. 2015. Two Recent Events Signal Government and Business Willing to Collaborate on Climate. BSR: San Francisco. [Online]
Woods, B. and D. Kristofersson. 2015. Strange Bedfellows: What Really Defines Coalitions in International Climate Change Negotiations? Athens Journal of Social Sciences. [Online]
Woods, B. 2015. Progress in Peru, Tall Tasks Ahead in 2015. Worldwatch Institute Europe. [Online]
Woods, B. 2014. Want people to engage with climate change? Emphasize public health. Outreach Magazine, Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future. [Online]
Woods, B. 2014. Collaborative Economy: Environmental Researchers Need to Get with the Times. Worldwatch Institute Europe. [Online]
Woods, B. 2014. Why Denmark? I wouldn't want to be a PhD student anywhere else. The Guardian. [Online]
Woods, B., D. Kristofersson, and S.B. Omarsdottir. 2012. Towards a Better Understanding of Climate Change Negotiations. Icelandic Review of Politics and Administration, 8(2), 491-514.