Lorena Pasquini
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Inserting rights and justice into urban resilience: a focus on everyday risk
G Ziervogel, M Pelling, A Cartwright, E Chu, T Deshpande, L Harris, ...
Environment and Urbanization 29 (1), 123-138, 2017
2032017
Facing the heat: Barriers to mainstreaming climate change adaptation in local government in the Western Cape Province, South Africa
L Pasquini, RM Cowling, G Ziervogel
Habitat International 40, 225-232, 2013
1552013
The role of private conservation areas in biodiversity representation and target achievement within the Little Karoo region, South Africa
JA Gallo, L Pasquini, B Reyers, RM Cowling
Biological conservation 142 (2), 446-454, 2009
1422009
What enables local governments to mainstream climate change adaptation? Lessons learned from two municipal case studies in the Western Cape, South Africa
L Pasquini, G Ziervogel, RM Cowling, C Shearing
Climate and Development 7 (1), 60-70, 2015
1282015
Municipalities, politics, and climate change: an example of the process of institutionalizing an environmental agenda within local government
L Pasquini, C Shearing
The Journal of Environment & Development 23 (2), 271-296, 2014
752014
The establishment of large private nature reserves by conservation NGOs: key factors for successful implementation
L Pasquini, JA Fitzsimons, S Cowell, K Brandon, G Wescott
Oryx 45 (3), 373-380, 2011
652011
Devising appropriate policies and instruments in support of private conservation areas: lessons learned from the Klein Karoo, South Africa
L PASQUINI, RM COWLING, C TWYMAN, J WAINWRIGHT
Conservation Biology 24 (2), 470-478, 2010
572010
Opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming ecosystem-based adaptation in local government: evidence from the Western Cape, South Africa
L Pasquini, RM Cowling
Environment, development and sustainability 17 (5), 1121-1140, 2015
352015
Africa's urban adaptation transition under a 1.5° climate
M Pelling, H Leck, L Pasquini, I Ajibade, E Osuteye, S Parnell, S Lwasa, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 31, 10-15, 2018
322018
Toward a conceptual framework for blending social and biophysical attributes in conservation planning: a case-study of privately-conserved lands
L Pasquini, C Twyman, J Wainwright
Environmental management 46 (5), 659-670, 2010
232010
Nodes and networks in the governance of ecosystem-based adaptation: the case of the Bergrivier municipality, South Africa
G Ziervogel, L Pasquini, S Haiden
Climatic Change 144 (2), 271-285, 2017
152017
The urban governance of climate change adaptation in least-developed African countries and in small cities: the engagement of local decision-makers in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania …
L Pasquini
Climate and Development, 2019
132019
Privately-owned lands and biodiversity conservation: analysing the role of Private Conservation Areas in the Little Karoo, South Africa
L Pasquini
University of Sheffield, Department of Geography, 2007
132007
Informing climate services in Africa through climate change risk perceptions
A Steynor, L Pasquini
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cliser.2019.100112, 2019
112019
Emerging climate change-related public health challenges in Africa: A case study of the heat-health vulnerability of informal settlement residents in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
L Pasquini, L van Aardenne, CN Godsmark, J Lee, C Jack
Science of The Total Environment 747, 141355, 2020
82020
Climate change challenges in African cities: four perspectives on progress and opportunities
G Ziervogel, L Pasquini, A Taylor, M New
Mainstreaming climate change in urban development: lessons from Cape Town, 11-39, 2019
42019
GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE IN SOUTH AFRICAN CITIES
L Pasquini, JP Enqvist
22019
Understanding the Links Between Climate Change Risk Perceptions and the Action Response to Inform Climate Services Interventions
A Steynor, L Pasquini, A Thatcher, B Hewitson
Risk Analysis, 2021
12021
Understanding the Role of Networks in Stimulating Adaptation Actions on the Ground: Examples from Two African Case Studies
G Ziervogel, L Pasquini, J Lee
University Initiatives in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, 57-75, 2019
12019
Breaking down the silos: Building resilience through cohesive and collaborative social networks
R Bouwer, L Pasquini, MA Baudoin
Environmental Development, 100646, 2021
2021
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