Jesse Ribot

Small Cities and Towns in Africa: The Challenge and Opportunity of Climate Change. Wisner, Ben, Mark Pelling, Adolfo Mascarenhas, Ailsa Holloway, Babacar Ndong, Papa Faye, J. Ribot and David Simon. 2015 Forthcoming.  Ch. 5 in Pauleit, S., Jorgensen, G., Kabisch, S., Gasparini, P., Fohlmeister, S., Simonis, I.,Yeshitela, K., Coly, A., Lindley, S., Kombe, W.J. (Eds.) Urban Vulnerability and Climate Change in Africa. New York: Springer.

Cause and Response: Climate Vulnerability in the Anthropocene. Ribot, Jesse. May 2014. Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. 667-705

Enhancing the Relevance of New Scenarios for Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability Research. Van Ruijven, Bas J., Marc Levy, Arun Agrawal, Frank Biermann, Joern Birkmann, Timothy R. Carter, Kristie L. Ebi, Matthias Garschagen, Bryan Jones, Roger Jones, Eric Kemp-Benedict, Marcel Kok, Kasper Kok, Maria Carmen Lemos, Paul L. Lucas, Ben Orlove, Shonali Pachauri, Tom Parris, Anand Patwardhan, Arthur Petersen, Benjamin L. Preston, J. Ribot, Dale S. Rothman, and Vanessa J. Schweizer. 2014. Climate Change. Vol. 122, pp. 481-94.

Politics of Misrecognition – Framing out Liability under a Changing Sky. Ribot, J. 2014. Response to Ben Orlove,
Heather Lazrus, Grete K. Hovelsrud, Alessandra Giannini. 2014. “Recognitions and Responsibilities: On the Origins and Consequences of the Uneven Attention to Climate Change around the World” Current Anthropology. Vol. 55, No. 3, pp. 249-75.

‘Vulnerability does not just fall from the Sky: Toward Multi-scale Pro-poor Climate Policy.’ Ribot, J. 2013. In M.R. Redclift & M. Grasso, eds., Handbook on Climate Change and Human Security. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. With preface titled “Cause and Blame in the Anthropocene – Vulnerability still does not just fall from the sky” Pp. 164-199.

Affirmative Policy on an Uneven Playing Field. Ribot, J., and Anne Larson. 2012. International Journal of the Commons Vol. 6, No. 2.

Occupy Nature: Representation as the Basis of Emancipatory Environmentalism. Murombedzi, James and J. Ribot. 2012. Vivre Autrement: La magazine des autres mondes possibles. ENDA 23 June 2012.

Special issue introduction “Adding Insult to Injury: Climate Change, Social Stratification, and the Inequities of Intervention” Marino, Elizabeth and J. Ribot (special issue editors). 2012.  Global Environmental Change. Vol. 22, No. 2.

Cool Heads for a Hot World – Social Sciences under a Changing Sky, Agrawal, Arun, Maria Carmen Lemos, Ben Orlove and J. Ribot. 2012.Global Environmental Change.  Vol. 22, No. 2.

Reducing REDD risks: Affirmative policy on an uneven playing field, Ribot, Jesse, and Anne Larson. 2012. International Journal of the Commons Vol. 6, No. 2

Reducing REDD Risks: Affirmative Policy on an Uneven Playing Field, Ribot, J. And Anne M. Larson. 2011. , In T. Sikor & J. Stahl (eds.) 2011. Forests and People: Property, Governance, and Human Rights. London: Earthscan.

Vulnerability before Adaptation: Toward Transformative Climate Action, Ribot, J. 2011.  From Affirmative to Transformative Climate Action’ Global Environmental Change, Vol. 21, No. 4.

Seeing REDD for Local Democracy: A Call for Democracy Standards, Ribot, J.C. 2011. Common Voices, Vol. 3, January 2011, pp. 14-16.

REDD-plus, forest people’s rights and nested climate governance. Sikor, Thomas, Johannes Stahl, Thomas Enters, Jesse Ribot, Neera Singh, William D. Sunderlin, and Lini Wollenberg. 2010. Global Environmental Change. Vol. 20,
No.3.

Vulnerability does not just come from the sky: framing grounded pro-poor cross-scale climate policy, Ribot, Jesse C., 2010, in Robin Mearns and Andrew Norton (eds.), Social Dimensions of Climate Change: Equity and Vulnerability in a Warming World. Washington, DC: The World Bank.

Climate Information, Equity and Vulnerability Reduction, Suarez, Pablo, Jesse C. Ribot, Anthony G. Patt, 2009, in Matthias Ruth and Maria E. Ibarraran (Eds.) The Distributional Effects of Climate Change: Social and Economic Implications. Submitted to: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Climate Variation, Vulnerability and Sustainable Development in the Semi-Arid Tropics, Ribot, J.C., Adil Najam and Gabrielle Watson. 2009. Ch. 8, pp. 117-160 in E. Lisa F. Schipper and Ian Burton, eds., The Earthscan Reader on Adaptation to Climate Change. London: Earthscan. [Reprint of Ribot, Najam and Waston 1996.]

Choose Democracy: Environmentalists’ Socio-political Responsibility. Ribot, J. 2006. Global Environmental Change. Vol. 16.

Assessing Vulnerability to Global Environmental Risks. Clark, William C., Jill Jäger, Robert Corell, Roger Kasperson, James J. McCarthy, David Cash, Stewart J. Cohen, Nancy Dickson, Paul Epstein, David H. Guston, Carlo Jaeger, Anthony Janetos, Neil Leary, Marc A. Levy, Amy Luers, Michael McCracken, Jerry Melillo, Richard Moss, Edward AA. Parson, Jesse Ribot, Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, George A. Seielstad, Eileen Shea, Coleen Vogel, Thomas J. Wilbanks. 2001. Working Paper of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Climate Change, Climate Variability and Social Vulnerability in the Semi-Arid Tropics, Ribot, J.C., Antonio Rocha Magalhães and Stahis Panagides (eds.). 1996. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

‘Vulnerability, Climatic Variability and Sustainable Development in Semi-Arid Regions.’ Ribot, J., Adil Najam and Gabrielle Watson. 1996. In Ribot, Magalhães and Panagides, eds., Climate Change and Variation in Semi-Arid Lands: Social Vulnerability and Policy Response. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

The Causal Structure of Vulnerability: Its Application to Climate Impact Analysis, Ribot, Jesse C., 1995. Geojournal, Vol. 35, No. 2.