Marcel T. J. Kok
Marcel T. J. Kok
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Beyond cockpit-ism: Four insights to enhance the transformative potential of the sustainable development goals
M Hajer, M Nilsson, K Raworth, P Bakker, F Berkhout, Y De Boer, ...
Sustainability 7 (2), 1651-1660, 2015
Scenarios in global environmental assessments: key characteristics and lessons for future use
DP Van Vuuren, MTJ Kok, B Girod, PL Lucas, B de Vries
Global Environmental Change 22 (4), 884-895, 2012
The development and climate nexus: the case of sub-Saharan Africa
O Davidson, K Halsnaes, S Huq, M Kok, B Metz, Y Sokona, J Verhagen
Climate policy 3 (sup1), S97-S113, 2003
Widening the scope of policies to address climate change: directions for mainstreaming
MTJ Kok, HC De Coninck
Environmental science & policy 10 (7-8), 587-599, 2007
Pathways to achieve a set of ambitious global sustainability objectives by 2050: explorations using the IMAGE integrated assessment model
DP Van Vuuren, M Kok, PL Lucas, AG Prins, R Alkemade, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 98, 303-323, 2015
Levers and leverage points for pathways to sustainability
KMA Chan, DR Boyd, RK Gould, J Jetzkowitz, J Liu, B Muraca, R Naidoo, ...
People and Nature 2 (3), 693-717, 2020
Multiscale scenarios for nature futures
IMD Rosa, HM Pereira, S Ferrier, R Alkemade, LA Acosta, HR Akcakaya, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (10), 1416-1419, 2017
Enhancing the relevance of Shared Socioeconomic Pathways for climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability research
BJ Van Ruijven, MA Levy, A Agrawal, F Biermann, J Birkmann, TR Carter, ...
Climatic Change 122, 481-494, 2014
Biodiversity and ecosystem services require IPBES to take novel approach to scenarios
MTJ Kok, K Kok, GD Peterson, R Hill, J Agard, SR Carpenter
Sustainability science 12, 177-181, 2017
Integrating development and climate policies: national and international benefits
M Kok, B Metz, J Verhagen, S Van Rooijen
Development Policy as a Way to Manage Climate Change Risks, 103-118, 2015
Archetype analysis in sustainability research
C Oberlack, D Sietz, EB Bonanomi, A De Bremond, J Dell'Angelo, ...
Ecology and Society 24 (2), 2019
A new method for analysing socio-ecological patterns of vulnerability
M Kok, M Lüdeke, P Lucas, T Sterzel, C Walther, P Janssen, D Sietz, ...
Regional Environmental Change 16, 229-243, 2016
Pathways for agriculture and forestry to contribute to terrestrial biodiversity conservation: a global scenario-study
MTJ Kok, R Alkemade, M Bakkenes, M van Eerdt, J Janse, M Mandryk, ...
Biological Conservation 221, 137-150, 2018
Government interventions in sustainable supply chain governance: Experience in Dutch front-running cases
WJV Vermeulen, MTJ Kok
Ecological economics 83, 183-196, 2012
Global warming and social innovation: the challenge of a climate neutral society
A Faaij, D Jager, M Kok
Routledge, 2013
Perspectives on area‐based conservation and its meaning for future biodiversity policy
N Bhola, H Klimmek, N Kingston, ND Burgess, A van Soesbergen, ...
Conservation Biology 35 (1), 168-178, 2021
Environmental drivers of human migration in drylands–A spatial picture
K Neumann, D Sietz, H Hilderink, P Janssen, M Kok, H van Dijk
Applied Geography 56, 116-126, 2015
Nested archetypes of vulnerability in African drylands: where lies potential for sustainable agricultural intensification?
D Sietz, JC Ordoņez, MTJ Kok, P Janssen, HBM Hilderink, P Tittonell, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (9), 095006, 2017
Managing the low-carbon transition-from model results to policies
B Knopf, O Edenhofer, C Flachsland, MTJ Kok, H Lotze-Campen, ...
The Energy Journal 31 (1_suppl), 223-245, 2010
Achieving global biodiversity goals by 2050 requires urgent and integrated actions
P Leadley, A Gonzalez, D Obura, CB Krug, MC Londoņo-Murcia, ...
One earth 5 (6), 597-603, 2022
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