• Beyond rules: How institutional cultures and climate governance interact 

      Bremer, Scott; Glavovic, Bruce; Meisch, Simon; Schneider, Paul; Wardekker, Arjan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Institutions have a central role in climate change governance. But while there is a flourishing literature on institutions' formal rules, processes, and organizational forms, scholars lament a relative lack of attention ...
    • Extended Peer Communities: Appraising the contributions of tacit knowledges in climate change decision-making 

      Meisch, Simon; Bremer, Scott; Young, Mark Thomas; Funtowicz, Silvio Oscar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      This paper explores the implications of assessing tacit knowledges of climatic change in extended peer communities, as applied in two European research projects on climate action. Post-normal science (PNS) proposes the ...
    • ‘My new routine’: Assessing the impact of citizen science on climate adaptation in Bangladesh 

      Bremer, Scott; Haque, M. Mahfuzul; Aziz, Saifullah Bin; Kvamme, Synnøve (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Citizen science is put forward as a method for extending science to include communities in learning about, and adapting to, climate variability and change in the places they live. But it is difficult to find evidence of ...
    • Quality Assessment in Co-developing Climate Services in Norway and the Netherlands 

      Bremer, Scott; Wardekker, Arjan; Jensen, Elisabeth Schøyen; van der Sluijs, Jeroen P (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Climate services, and research on climate services, have mutually developed over the past 20 years, with quality assessment a central issue for orienting both practitioners and researchers. However, quality assessment is ...
    • Toward a multi-faceted conception of co-production of climate services 

      Bremer, Scott; Wardekker, Arjan; Dessai, Suraje; Sobolowski, Stefan Pieter; Slaattelid, Rasmus Tore; van der Sluijs, Jeroen P (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-02-11)
      Increasing numbers of scholars and practitioners appeal to procedural theories of ‘co-production’ as they work to transform climate science into climate services. Most work in this direction theorises co-production as an ...