Sarah Burch
Sarah Burch
Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Sustainability Governance and Innovation
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Transforming barriers into enablers of action on climate change: Insights from three municipal case studies in British Columbia, Canada
S Burch
Global Environmental Change 20 (2), 287-297, 2010
Future visioning of local climate change: a framework for community engagement and planning with scenarios and visualisation
SRJ Sheppard, A Shaw, D Flanders, S Burch, A Wiek, J Carmichael, ...
Futures 43 (4), 400-412, 2011
Making local futures tangible—synthesizing, downscaling, and visualizing climate change scenarios for participatory capacity building
A Shaw, S Sheppard, S Burch, D Flanders, A Wiek, J Carmichael, ...
Global Environmental Change 19 (4), 447-463, 2009
Envisioning sustainability: Recent progress in the use of participatory backcasting approaches for sustainability research
J Robinson, S Burch, S Talwar, M O'Shea, M Walsh
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78 (5), 756-768, 2011
Learning through evaluation–A tentative evaluative scheme for sustainability transition experiments
C Luederitz, N Schäpke, A Wiek, DJ Lang, M Bergmann, JJ Bos, S Burch, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 169, 61-76, 2017
In pursuit of resilient, low carbon communities: An examination of barriers to action in three Canadian cities
S Burch
Energy Policy 38 (12), 7575-7585, 2010
Triggering transformative change: a development path approach to climate change response in communities
S Burch, A Shaw, A Dale, J Robinson
Climate policy 14 (4), 467-487, 2014
Sustainable development and mitigation
J Sathaye, A Najam, C Cocklin, T Heller, F Lecocq, J Llanes-Regueiro, ...
Climate Change 2007: Mitigation of Climate Change, 691-743, 2007
Assessment of the potential of ecosystem-based approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation in Europe
S Naumann, G Anzaldua, P Berry, S Burch, M Davis, A Frelih-Larsen, ...
Final report to the European Commission, DG Environment, 2011
A framework for explaining the links between capacity and action in response to global climate change
S Burch, J Robinson
Climate Policy 7 (4), 304-316, 2007
Political feasibility of 1.5 C societal transformations: the role of social justice
JJ Patterson, T Thaler, M Hoffmann, S Hughes, A Oels, E Chu, A Mert, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 31, 1-9, 2018
Accelerating the sustainability transition: Exploring synergies between adaptation and mitigation in British Columbian communities
A Shaw, S Burch, F Kristensen, J Robinson, A Dale
Global Environmental Change 25, 41-51, 2014
Planning for climate change in a flood‐prone community: municipal barriers to policy action and the use of visualizations as decision‐support tools
S Burch, SRJ Sheppard, A Shaw, D Flanders
Journal of Flood Risk Management 3 (2), 126-139, 2010
What factors influence mitigative capacity?
H Winkler, K Baumert, O Blanchard, S Burch, J Robinson
Energy policy 35 (1), 692-703, 2007
Urban transformative potential in a changing climate
P Romero-Lankao, H Bulkeley, M Pelling, S Burch, DJ Gordon, J Gupta, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (9), 754-756, 2018
A new energy future for South Africa: The political ecology of South African renewable energy
J Krupa, S Burch
Energy Policy 39 (10), 6254-6261, 2011
New directions in earth system governance research
S Burch, A Gupta, CYA Inoue, A Kalfagianni, Å Persson, AK Gerlak, A Ishii, ...
Earth system governance 1, 100006, 2019
Can visualization save the world? Lessons for landscape architects from visualizing local climate change
SRJ Sheppard, A Shaw, D Flanders, S Burch
Digital Design in Landscape Architecture, 29-31, 2008
Governing and accelerating transformative entrepreneurship: exploring the potential for small business innovation on urban sustainability transitions
S Burch, M Andrachuk, D Carey, N Frantzeskaki, H Schroeder, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 22, 26-32, 2016
Novel multisector networks and entrepreneurship in urban climate governance
H Schroeder, S Burch, S Rayner
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 31 (5), 761-768, 2013
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