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Ackermann, Kathrin, Martin Elff, and Heiko Giebler. 2023. “The Federal Election 2021: Germany at the Crossroads?” Electoral Studies 86 (December): 102697.

Ackermann, Kathrin, Julian Erhardt, and Markus Freitag. 2023. “Crafting Social Integration? Welfare State and Volunteering Across Social Groups and Policy Areas in 23 European Countries.” KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift Für Soziologie Und Sozialpsychologie, July.

Dupont, Claire, Brendan Moore, Elin Lerum Boasson, Viviane Gravey, Andrew Jordan, Paula Kivimaa, Kati Kulovesi, et al. 2023. “Three Decades of EU Climate Policy: Racing toward Climate Neutrality?” WIREs Climate Change, October, e863.

Hanfstingl, Barbara, Timo Gnambs, Raphaela Porsch, and Nina Jude. 2023. “Exploring the Association between Non-Specialised Science Teacher Rates and Student Science Literacy: An Analysis of PISA Data across 18 Nations.” International Journal of Science Education, October, 1–19.

Hoheisel, Antje, and Martina Schmidt. 2023. “Six Years of Continuous Carbon Isotope Composition Measurements of Methane in Heidelberg (Germany) – a Study of Source Contributions and Comparison to Emission Inventories.” Preprint. Gases/Field Measurements/Troposphere/Physics (physical properties and processes).

Kanitz, Juliane, Thorsten Moos, and Christopher Zarnow. 2023. Religion Im Urbanen Raum: Neue Stadtquartiere Und Ihre Religiöse Topographie. transcript Verlag.

Keppler, Frank, Mihály Boros, and Daniela Polag. 2023. “Radical-Driven Methane Formation in Humans Evidenced by Exogenous Isotope-Labeled DMSO and Methionine.” Antioxidants 12 (7): 1381.

Knapp, M, L Scheidweiler, F Külheim, R Kleinschek, J Necki, P Jagoda, and A Butz. 2023. “Spectrometric Imaging of Sub-Hourly Methane Emission Dynamics from Coal Mine Ventilation.” Environmental Research Letters 18 (4): 044030.

Knapp, Marvin, Ralph Kleinschek, Sanam N. Vardag, Felix Külheim, Helge Haveresch, Moritz Sindram, Tim Siegel, Bruno Burger, and Andre Butz. 2023. “Quantitative Imaging of Carbon Dioxide Plumes Using a Ground-Based Shortwave Infrared Spectral Camera.” Preprint. Gases/Remote Sensing/Data Processing and Information Retrieval.

Löw, Benedikt A., Ralph Kleinschek, Vincent Enders, Stanley P. Sander, Thomas J. Pongetti, Tobias D. Schmitt, Frank Hase, Julian Kostinek, and André Butz. 2023. “A Portable Reflected-Sunlight Spectrometer for CO 2 and CH 4.” Preprint. Gases/Remote Sensing/Instruments and Platforms.

Metag, Julia, Florian Wintterlin, and Kira Klinger. 2023. “Editorial: Science Communication in the Digital Age—New Actors, Environments, and Practices.” Media and Communication 11 (1): 212–16.


Moos, Thorsten. 2023. “Ethik Und Empirie in Der Theologie.” Zeitschrift Für Evangelische Ethik 67 (3): 185–99.


Moos, Thorsten, and Megan Arndt. 2023. “Practices of Climate Responsibility.” Npj Climate Action 2 (1): 16.

Schlieszus, Ann-Kathrin, and Alexander Siegmund. 2023. “BNE an Hochschulen zwischen Neutralität und Wertereflexion. Wie schaffen Lehrende Diskussionsräume?”


Schmitt, Tobias D., Jonas Kuhn, Ralph Kleinschek, Benedikt A. Löw, Stefan Schmitt, William Cranton, Martina Schmidt, et al. 2023. “An Open-Path Observatory for Greenhouse Gases Based on near-Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy.” Preprint. Gases/Remote Sensing/Instruments and Platforms.


Solorio, Israel, and Jale Tosun. 2023. “Presidents and Intermediaries: Insights from Clean Energy Policy Processes in Mexico.” Policy Studies 44 (5): 608–26.

Tobin, Paul, Fay Madeleine Farstad, and Jale Tosun. 2023. “Intermediating Climate Change: The Evolving Strategies, Interactions and Impacts of Neglected ‘Climate Intermediaries.’” Policy Studies 44 (5): 555–71.


Tosun, Jale. 2022. “Addressing Climate Change through Climate Action.” Climate Action 1 (1): 1, s44168-022-00003–00008.


———. 2023. “The European Union’s Climate and Environmental Policy in Times of Geopolitical Crisis.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, August, jcms.13530.

Tosun, Jale, and Emiliano Levario Saad. 2023. “Adapted to Climate Change? Issue Portfolios of Environmental Nongovernmental Organizations in the Americas.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 52 (4): 917–51.

Tosun, Jale, Jan Pollex, and Laurence Crumbie. 2023. “European Climate Pact Citizen Volunteers: Strategies for Deepening Engagement and Impact.” Policy Design and Practice 6 (3): 344–56.

Tosun, Jale, Emiliano Levario Saad, Johannes Glückler, Alejandra Irigoyen Rios, and Rosa Lehmann. 2023. “Country‐Specific Participation Patterns in Transnational Governance Initiatives on Sustainability: Preliminary Insights and Research Agenda.” Global Challenges 7 (8): 2300012.

Ulrich, Veit, Josephine Brückner, Michael Schultz, Sanam Noreen Vardag, Christina Ludwig, Johannes Fürle, Mohammed Zia, Sven Lautenbach, and Alexander Zipf. 2023. “Private Vehicles Greenhouse Gas Emission Estimation at Street Level for Berlin Based on Open Data.” ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 12 (4): 138.


Ulrich, Veit, Michael Schultz, Sven Lautenbach, and Alexander Zipf. 2023. “Carbon Fluxes Related to Land Use and Land Cover Change in Baden-Württemberg.” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 195 (5): 616.


Vardag, Sanam N., and Robert Maiwald. 2023. “Optimising Urban Measurement Networks for CO2 Flux Estimation: A High-Resolution Observing System Simulation Experiment Using GRAMM/GRAL.” Preprint. Atmospheric sciences.


Von Lüpke, Heiner, Lucas Leopold, and Jale Tosun. 2023. “Institutional Coordination Arrangements as Elements of Policy Design Spaces: Insights from Climate Policy.” Policy Sciences 56 (1): 49–68.

Wietzel, Julia B., and Martina Schmidt. 2023. “Methane Emission Mapping and Quantification in Two Medium-Sized Cities in Germany: Heidelberg and Schwetzingen.” Atmospheric Environment: X 20 (December): 100228.


Ackermann, Kathrin. 2022. “Personality and Motives.” In The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation, edited by Marco Giugni and Maria T. Grasso, First edition. Oxford, United Kingdom ; New York, NY: Oxford University Press

Ackermann, Kathrin, and Birte Gundelach. 2022. “Psychological Roots of Political Consumerism: Personality Traits and Participation in Boycott and Buycott.” International Political Science Review 43 (1): 36–54.

Alt, Marius, Martin Kesternich, Carlo Gallier, and Bodo Sturm. 2022. “Collective Minimum Contributions to Counteract the Ratchet Effect in the Voluntary Provision of Public Goods.” SSRN Electronic Journal.

Bartels, Lara, and Martin Kesternich. 2022. “Motivate the Crowd or Crowd-Them Out? The Impact of Local Government Spending on the Voluntary Provision of a Green Public Good.” SSRN Electronic Journal.


Dangel, Alexander, and Timo Goeschl. 2022. “Air Quality Alerts and Don’t Drive Appeals: Cautionary Evidence from Germany.”

Jordan, Andrew, Irene Lorenzoni, Jale Tosun, Joan Enguer i Saus, Lucas Geese, John Kenny, Emiliano Levario Saad, Brendan Moore, and Simon G. Schaub. 2022. “The Political Challenges of Deep Decarbonisation: Towards a More Integrated Agenda.” Climate Action 1 (1): 6.


Jungmann, M, S N Vardag, F Kutzner, F Keppler, M Schmidt, N Aeschbach, U Gerhard, et al. 2022. “Zooming-in for Climate Action—Hyperlocal Greenhouse Gas Data for Mitigation Action?” Climate Action 1 (1): 8.

Korbeń, Piotr, Paweł Jagoda, Hossein Maazallahi, Johannes Kammerer, Jarosław M. Nęcki, Julia B. Wietzel, Jakub Bartyzel, et al. 2022. “Quantification of Methane Emission Rate from Oil and Gas Wells in Romania Using Ground-Based Measurement Techniques.” Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 10 (1): 00070.

Li, Hao, Johannes Zech, Danfeng Hong, Pedram Ghamisi, Michael Schultz, and Alexander Zipf. 2022. “Leveraging OpenStreetMap and Multimodal Remote Sensing Data with Joint Deep Learning for Wastewater Treatment Plants Detection.” International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 110 (June): 102804.

Luther, Andreas, Julian Kostinek, Ralph Kleinschek, Sara Defratyka, Mila Stanisavljević, Andreas Forstmaier, Alexandru Dandocsi, et al. 2022. “Observational Constraints on Methane Emissions from Polish Coal Mines Using a Ground-Based Remote Sensing Network.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 22 (9): 5859–76.

Morales, Randulph, Jonas Ravelid, Katarina Vinkovic, Piotr Korbeń, Béla Tuzson, Lukas Emmenegger, Huilin Chen, Martina Schmidt, Sebastian Humbel, and Dominik Brunner. 2022. “Controlled-Release Experiment to Investigate Uncertainties in UAV-Based Emission Quantification for Methane Point Sources.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 15 (7): 2177–98.

Reents, Friederike, Ulrike Gerhard, and Andre Butz. 2022. “Kippen, Sich Einrichten Und Deuten. Geokritische Poetiken Des Anthropozän in Interdisziplinärer Lesart.” In Anthropozän Literatur: Poetiken-Genres-Lektüren. Environmental Humanities, Band 1. Berlin: J.B. Metzler, ein Teil von Springer Nature

Zia, Mohammed, Johannes Fürle, Christina Ludwig, Sven Lautenbach, Stefan Gumbrich, and Alexander Zipf. 2022. “SocialMedia2Traffic: Derivation of Traffic Information from Social Media Data.” ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 11 (9): 482.

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Ackermann, Kathrin, Angelika Vetter, and Simon Stocker. 2021. “Beteiligungspolitik unter Grün-Schwarz: Kontinuität und Wandel.” In Kiwi im Südwesten: Eine Bilanz der zweiten Regierung Kretschmann 2016-2021, edited by Felix Hörisch and Stefan Wurster. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.

Aeschbach, Nicole. 2021. “Innovationsschub für das „KlimaWandelWissen“. Vom analogen Lehren zum digitalen Lernen in der Geographie. HINT. Heidelberg Inspirations for Innovative Teaching.,” November.

Cherp, Aleh, Vadim Vinichenko, Jale Tosun, Joel A. Gordon, and Jessica Jewell. 2021. “National Growth Dynamics of Wind and Solar Power Compared to the Growth Required for Global Climate Targets.” Nature Energy 6 (7): 742–54.

Howlett, Michael, and Jale Tosun, eds. 2021. The Routledge Handbook of Policy Styles. 1st ed. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021. | Series: Routledge international handbooks: Routledge.

Jude, Nina, and J Teltemann. 2021. “International Large Scale Assessments – (How) Do They Influence Educational Policies and Practices?” In International Perspectives on School Settings, Education Policy and Digital Strategies: A Transatlantic Discourse in Education Research, edited by Annika Wilmers and Sieglinde Jornitz. Opladen Berlin Toronto: Verlag Barbara Budrich

Jungmann, Maximilian. 2021. The Politics of the Climate Change-Health Nexus. Routledge Studies in Environment and Health. London New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group

Kaplan, David, and Nina Jude. 2021. “Trend Analysis with International Large-Scale Assessments: Past Practice, Current Issues, and Future Directions.” In International Handbook of Comparative Large-Scale Studies in Education, edited by Trude Nilsen, Agnes Stancel-Piątak, and Jan-Eric Gustafsson, 1–14. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Rilling, Benedikt, and Jale Tosun. 2021. “Policy and Political Consequences of Mandatory Climate Impact Assessments: An Explorative Study of German Cities and Municipalities.” Policy and Society 40 (1): 99–115.

Tosun, Jale, and Michael Howlett. 2021. “Managing Slow Onset Events Related to Climate Change: The Role of Public Bureaucracy.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 50 (June): 43–53.

Tosun, Jale, and B Guy Peters. 2021. “The Politics of Climate Change: Domestic and International Responses to a Global Challenge.” International Political Science Review 42 (1): 3–15.

Tosun, Jale, and Adrian Rinscheid. 2021. “The Clean Energy Ministerial: Motivation for and Policy Consequences of Membership.” International Political Science Review 42 (1): 114–29.

Wang, Zhiyong, Tessio Novack, Yingwei Yan, and Alexander Zipf. 2021. “Quiet Route Planning for Pedestrians in Traffic Noise Polluted Environments.” IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 22 (12): 7573–84.


Foshag, Kathrin, Nicole Aeschbach, Bernhard Höfle, Raino Winkler, Alexander Siegmund, and Werner Aeschbach. 2020. “Viability of Public Spaces in Cities under Increasing Heat: A Transdisciplinary Approach.” Sustainable Cities and Society 59 (August): 102215.


Francesco, Fabrizio De, Lucas Leopold, and Jale Tosun. 2020. “Distinguishing Policy Surveillance from Policy Tracking: Transnational Municipal Networks in Climate and Energy Governance.” Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 22 (6): 857–69.

Goeschl, Timo, Sara Elisa Kettner, Johannes Lohse, and Christiane Schwieren. 2020. “How Much Can We Learn about Voluntary Climate Action from Behavior in Public Goods Games?” Ecological Economics 171 (May): 106591.

Strandgren, Johan, David Krutz, Jonas Wilzewski, Carsten Paproth, Ilse Sebastian, Kevin R. Gurney, Jianming Liang, Anke Roiger, and André Butz. 2020. “Towards Spaceborne Monitoring of Localized CO2 Emissions: An Instrument Concept and First Performance Assessment.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 13 (6): 2887–2904.

Wilzewski, Jonas Simon, Anke Roiger, Johan Strandgren, Jochen Landgraf, Dietrich G. Feist, Voltaire A. Velazco, Nicholas M. Deutscher, et al. 2020. “Spectral Sizing of a Coarse-Spectral-Resolution Satellite Sensor for XCO2.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 13 (2): 731–45.


Chabi, Adéyèmi, Sven Lautenbach, Jérôme Ebagnerin Tondoh, Vincent Oladokoun Agnila Orekan, Stephen Adu-Bredu, Nicholas Kyei-Baffour, Vincent Joseph Mama, and John Fonweban. 2019. “The Relevance of Using in Situ Carbon and Nitrogen Data and Satellite Images to Assess Aboveground Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks for Supporting National REDD + Programmes in Africa.” Carbon Balance and Management 14 (1): 12.

Frey, Matthias, Mahesh K. Sha, Frank Hase, Matthäus Kiel, Thomas Blumenstock, Roland Harig, Gregor Surawicz, et al. 2019. “Building the COllaborative Carbon Column Observing Network (COCCON): Long-Term Stability and Ensemble Performance of the EM27/SUN Fourier Transform Spectrometer.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 12 (3): 1513–30.


Gallier, Carlo, Timo Goeschl, Martin Kesternich, Johannes Lohse, Christiane Reif, and Daniel Römer. 2019a. “Inter-Charity Competition under Spatial Differentiation: Sorting, Crowding, and Spillovers.” SSRN Electronic Journal.


———. 2019b. “Leveling up? An Inter-Neighborhood Experiment on Parochialism and the Efficiency of Multi-Level Public Goods Provision.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 164 (August): 500–517.


Gerhard, Ulrike. 2019. “Megastädte oder Slumdog Cities?: The Challenges of Doing Comparative Urban Research in Global Urban Society. Komparative Stadtforschung als Herausforderung der globalen urbanen Gesellschaft.” Geographische Zeitschrift 107 (3): 188.

Herfort, Benjamin, Hao Li, Sascha Fendrich, Sven Lautenbach, and Alexander Zipf. 2019. “Mapping Human Settlements with Higher Accuracy and Less Volunteer Efforts by Combining Crowdsourcing and Deep Learning.” Remote Sensing 11 (15): 1799.

Hoheisel, Antje, Christiane Yeman, Florian Dinger, Henrik Eckhardt, and Martina Schmidt. 2019. “An Improved Method for Mobile Characterisation of δ13CH4 Source Signatures and Its Application in Germany.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 12 (2): 1123–39.


Kesternich, Martin, Daniel Römer, and Florens Flues. 2019. “The Power of Active Choice: Field Experimental Evidence on Repeated Contribution Decisions to a Carbon Offsetting Program.” European Economic Review 114 (May): 76–91.

Le Quéré, Corinne, Jan Ivar Korsbakken, Charlie Wilson, Jale Tosun, Robbie Andrew, Robert J. Andres, Josep G. Canadell, Andrew Jordan, Glen P. Peters, and Detlef P. van Vuuren. 2019. “Drivers of Declining CO2 Emissions in 18 Developed Economies.” Nature Climate Change 9 (3): 213–17.

Lenhart, Katharina, Thomas Behrendt, Steffen Greiner, Jörg Steinkamp, Reinhard Well, Anette Giesemann, and Frank Keppler. 2019. “Nitrous Oxide Effluxes from Plants as a Potentially Important Source to the Atmosphere.” New Phytologist 221 (3): 1398–1408.

Luther, Andreas, Ralph Kleinschek, Leon Scheidweiler, Sara Defratyka, Mila Stanisavljevic, Andreas Forstmaier, Alexandru Dandocsi, et al. 2019. “Quantifying CH4 Emissions from Hard Coal Mines Using Mobile Sun-Viewing Fourier Transform Spectrometry.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 12 (10): 5217–30.

Pfrommer, Tobias, Timo Goeschl, Alexander Proelss, Martin Carrier, Johannes Lenhard, Henrike Martin, Ulrike Niemeier, and Hauke Schmidt. 2019. “Establishing Causation in Climate Litigation: Admissibility and Reliability.” Climatic Change 152 (1): 67–84.


Polag, Daniela, and Frank Keppler. 2019. “Global Methane Emissions from the Human Body: Past, Present and Future.” Atmospheric Environment 214 (October): 116823.

Tosun, Jale, Fabrizio Francesco, and B. Guy Peters. 2019. “From Environmental Policy Concepts to Practicable Tools: Knowledge Creation and Delegation in Multilevel Systems.” Public Administration 97 (2): 399–412.

Tosun, Jale, and Lucas Leopold. 2019. “Aligning Climate Governance with Urban Water Management: Insights from Transnational City Networks.” Water 11 (4): 701.

Tosun, Jale, Laura Zöckler, and Benedikt Rilling. 2019. “What Drives the Participation of Renewable Energy Cooperatives in European Energy Governance?” Politics and Governance 7 (1): 45–59.

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