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Woods, B., Nielsen, H.Ø., Pedersen, A.B.,& Kristofersson, D. (2017). Farmers’ perceptions of climate change and their likely responses in Danish agriculture. Land Use Policy, 65, 109-120.
Woods, B. & Kristofersson, D. (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.
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Woods, B. (2015). Walking the Walk: How Food and Agriculture Businesses Take Action on Climate. BSR: San Francisco. [Online]
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