Burns, Wil, David Dana, and Simon Nicholson, eds. Climate Geoengineering Law and Governance. Under contract with Springer, delivery early 2018.
Burns, Wil, and Simon Nicholson. “The Sunshade Dilemma: How a Focus on Solar Radiation Management has Distorted Assessment of Carbon Dioxide Removal Technologies,” in preparation for Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.
Nicholson, Simon, and Michael Thompson. “Strange Bedfellows: Climate Engineering Politics in the United States,” in Jason Blackstock et al. (eds.), Published as a working paper in Geoengineering Our Climate, (Routledge, forthcoming 2017)
Buck, Holly Jean. “Climate engineering: Spectacle, tragedy or solution? A content analysis of news media framing.” Deconstructing the Greenhouse: Interpretative Approaches to Global Climate Governance. Routledge, London (2013).
Burns, Wil CG, and Andrew L. Strauss, eds. Climate change geoengineering: Philosophical perspectives, legal issues, and governance frameworks. Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Morrow, David R., Robert E. Kopp, and Michael Oppenheimer. “Political legitimacy in decisions about experiments in solar radiation management.” In Wil CG Burns and Andrew L. Strauss (eds.), Climate change geoengineering: Philosophical perspectives, legal issues, and governance frameworks. Cambridge University Press, 2013. (2013).
Buck, H. J. “Climate Remediation to Address Social Development Challenges. Going Beyond Cost-Benefit and Risk Approaches to Assessing Solar Radiation Management.” Engineering the Climate: The Ethics of Solar Radiation Management. Plymouth: Lexington Books (2012): 133-148.
Buck, Holly Jean. “Geoengineering: Re‐making Climate for Profit or Humanitarian Intervention?.” Development and Change 43, no. 1 (2012): 253-270.