Publications Judy Lawrence

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Publications

Peer reviewed book chapters, book edited and journal papers

Reisinger, A., Lawrence, J., Hart, G., & Chapman, R. (2015). From coping to resilience: the role of managed retreat in highly developed coastal regions of New Zealand. In B. Glavovic, R. Kaye, M. Kelly & A. Travers (Eds.), Climate Change and the Coast: Building Resilient Communities. London, UK: Taylor and Francis.

Evans, L., Milfont, T., & Lawrence, J. (2014). Considering Local Adaptation Increases Willingness to Mitigate. Global Environmental Change. 25, 69–75.

Manning, M., Lawrence,  J., King,  D.N., & Chapman , R. (2014). Dealing with changing risks: a New Zealand perspective on climate change adaptation. Regional Environmental Change.

Lawrence J. (2014). Hutt River Flood Management. In T. Capela Lourenço, A. Rovisco, A. Groot, C. Nilsson, H.-M. Füssel, L. Van Bree, & R.B. Street (Eds.), Adapting to an Uncertain Climate: Lessons From Practice (pp.126-131). Cham Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London: Springer.

Lawrence, J., Quade, D., & Becker, J. (2014). Integrating the effects of flood experience on risk perception with responses to changing climate riskJournal of Natural Hazards.

Lawrence, J., Wolf, A., & Reisinger, A. (2013). Institutional transformation in a devolved governance system: Possibilities and limits. In Proceedings of Transformation in a Changing Climate 19-21 June, 2013, Oslo, Norway, pp. 62-72.

Lawrence, J., Sullivan, F., Lash, A., Ide, G., Cameron, C., & McGlinchey, L.  (2013). Adapting to changing climate risk by local government in New Zealand: institutional practice barriers and enablers. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 72.

Lawrence, J., Reisinger, A., Mullan, B., & Jackson, B. (2013). Exploring climate change uncertainties to support adaptive management of changing flood-risk. Environmental Science & Policy, 33,133–142.

Reisinger, A., Nottage, R., & Lawrence, J. (2011). The Challenge of Limiting Warming to Two Degrees. New Zealand Climate Change Centre Climate Brief No.1.

Lawrence, J., Cornforth, A., Barrett, P. (Eds.) (2011). Climate Futures- Pathways for Society . Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute.

Lawrence, J. (2008). The climate change challenge for managed grasslands in New Zealand. In Proceedings of the XXI International Grasslands Congress and VII International Rangeland Congress 2008, Multifunctional Grasslands in a Changing World, Hohhot, China (pp. 865-860). Guangzhou, China: Guangdong People's Publishing House.

OECD including Lawrence, J. (joint Ed.) (2001). Sustainable Development Critical Issues . Paris, France: OECD.

OECD including Lawrence, J. (joint Ed.) (2001). Policies to Enhance Sustainable Development . Paris, France: OECD.

Conference presentations

Lawrence, J. (2014, November). The ‘Game’ to a Dynamic adaptive policy pathway: Two New Zealand practice applications. Presentation at the Second Annual Workshop on Decision making under Deep uncertainty, Santa Monica, California, USA.

Lawrence, J., Haasnoot, M., McKim, L., Atapattu, D., & Campbell, G (2014, September). Applying and elaborating the dynamic adaptive pathways approach. Presented at the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility Conference, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia.

Lawrence, J. (2014, September). Dynamic institutional design for changing climate: lessons from analogues.  Presented at the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility Conference, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia.

Lawrence, J., Craddock-Henry, N., Blackett, P. (2014, September). Co-producing climate knowledge: Communities of practice and decision-relevance.  Presented at the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility Conference, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia.

McDonald, J. & Lawrence, J. (2014, September). Informing autonomous adaptation: information instruments in Australia and New Zealand. Presented at the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility Conference, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia.

Lawrence, J. (2014, August). Can our regulatory framework address changing climate risk? Presented at the Environment Court Judges Conference, Waitangi, New Zealand.

Lawrence, J. (2013, June). Governance and institutions for reducing climate risk: Missing links? Presentation at thew the NZ Climate Change Conference 2013,  Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Lawrence, J., Wolf, A., Reisinger, A. (2013, June). Institutional Transformation in a Devolved Governance System: Possibilities and Limits. Presentation at the Transformation in a Changing Climate Conference, Oslo, Norway.

Lawrence, J. & Wolf, A. (2012, June). Orthodoxy in decision-making: The regulatory legacy for climate change adaptation. Paper presented at the NCCARF Climate Adaptation in Action 2012 Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Lawrence, J., Reisinger, A., Mullan, B., & Jackson, B. (2012, June). Uncertainties in flood risk projections: Support for Risk-based Decision-making. Poster presented at the NCCARF Climate Adaptation in Action 2012 Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Lawrence, J. (2012, May). Beyond augmenting regulatory frameworks for adapting to a changing climate: A proposal. Presentation at Climate Adaptation Futures 2nd International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

Lawrence, J. (2011). Catastrophes: lessons for adaptation. Presentation at the The Australian Federal Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Seminar Series, Canberra, Australia.

Lawrence, J. (2011, March). Planning for future climate risks- uncertainty, dynamic change and long timeframes. Presentation at the New Zealand Planning Institute Conference - Winds of Change, Wellington.

Lawrence, J., Hart, G.,  Reisinger, A., & Chapman, R. (2010, June-July). From coping to managed retreat: A transition approach for adapting to sea level rise and increased flood frequency. Presentation at the Adaptation Futures Conference.1st International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.

Lawrence, J. (2010, November). Do we have the tools for adaptive governance and management of climate change impacts? A New Zealand perspective. Paper presented at the NCCARF Governance Workshop, University of NSW, Australia.

Lawrence, J. (2009). New Zealand emission reductions and global agreements: Lessons from the last 20 years. Presentation at the Institute of Policy Studies Copenhagen 2009 seminar series—Issues Outlook and Outcomes, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Reports

Evans, L., Milfont, T, & Lawrence, J. (2012). Perceptions of sea level rise in the Wellington City and Kapiti Coast districts . New Zealand: Victoria University of Wellington, School of Psychology.

Lawrence, J. & Manning, M. (2012). Developing adaptive risk management for our changing climate (Envirolink Report 1032). Hamilton, New Zealand: Environlink.

Lawrence, J., & Quade, D. (2011). Perspectives on flood-risk management under climate change—implications for local government decision making (NZCCRI Report 7). Victoria University of Wellington, School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute.

Lawrence, J., Tegg, S., Reisinger, A., & Quade, D. (2011). Vulnerability and adaptation to increased flood risk with cli,mate change - Hutt Valley sumary (NZCCRI Report 2). Victoria University of Wellington, School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute.

Manning, M., Chapman, R., Hales, S., Howden-Chapman, P., King. D., Kjellstrom. T., Lawrence, J., & Lindsay, G. (2011). Synthesis: Community vulnerability, resilience and adaptation to climate change in New Zealand (NZCCRI Report 1). Victoria University of Wellington, School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute.

Lawrence, J., & Allan, S. (2009). A strategic framework and practical options for integrating flood risk management-to reduce existing flood risk and the effects of climate change.

Sinner, J., Lawrence, J., Sapsford, R., & Blaschke, P. (2008). Scoping report for an environmental assessment of the New Zealand emissions trading scheme and closely related measures . Nelson, New Zealand: Cawthron Institute.

Lawrence, J. & Hamilton, D. (2007). Flood Risk Review - funding, roles and responsibilities. PS Consulting & David Hamilton & Associates

Lawrence, J. (2006). Study of accessibility and transfer of information from foundation-funded research. Published Report for the Foundation for Research Science and Technology.