|Negative emissions—Part 2: Costs, potentials and side effects|
S Fuss, WF Lamb, MW Callaghan, J Hilaire, F Creutzig, T Amann, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (6), 063002, 2018
|Negative emissions—Part 1: Research landscape and synthesis|
JC Minx, WF Lamb, MW Callaghan, S Fuss, J Hilaire, F Creutzig, T Amann, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (6), 063001, 2018
|2° C and SDGs: united they stand, divided they fall?|
C von Stechow, JC Minx, K Riahi, J Jewell, DL McCollum, MW Callaghan, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 034022, 2016
|Negative emissions—Part 3: Innovation and upscaling|
GF Nemet, MW Callaghan, F Creutzig, S Fuss, J Hartmann, J Hilaire, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (6), 063003, 2018
|Fast growing research on negative emissions|
JC Minx, WF Lamb, MW Callaghan, L Bornmann, S Fuss
Environmental Research Letters 12 (3), 035007, 2017
|Learning about climate change solutions in the IPCC and beyond|
JC Minx, M Callaghan, WF Lamb, J Garard, O Edenhofer
Environmental Science & Policy 77, 252-259, 2017
|Learning about urban climate solutions from case studies|
WF Lamb, F Creutzig, MW Callaghan, JC Minx
Nature Climate Change 9 (4), 279-287, 2019
|Quantifying the potential for climate change mitigation of consumption options|
D Ivanova, J Barrett, D Wiedenhofer, B Macura, M Callaghan, F Creutzig
Environmental Research Letters 15 (9), 093001, 2020
|A topography of climate change research|
MW Callaghan, JC Minx, PM Forster
Nature Climate Change 10 (2), 118-123, 2020
|Negative emissions and international climate goals—learning from and about mitigation scenarios|
J Hilaire, JC Minx, MW Callaghan, J Edmonds, G Luderer, GF Nemet, ...
Climatic Change 157 (2), 189-219, 2019
|The literature landscape on 1.5 C climate change and cities|
WF Lamb, MW Callaghan, F Creutzig, R Khosla, JC Minx
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 30, 26-34, 2018
|Text as big data: Develop codes of practice for rigorous computational text analysis in energy social science|
F Müller-Hansen, MW Callaghan, JC Minx
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101691, 2020
|On the use of computer‐assistance to facilitate systematic mapping|
NR Haddaway, MW Callaghan, AM Collins, WF Lamb, JC Minx, J Thomas, ...
Campbell Systematic Reviews 16 (4), e1129, 2020
|Statistical stopping criteria for automated screening in systematic reviews|
MW Callaghan, F Müller-Hansen
Systematic Reviews 9 (1), 1-14, 2020
|Search strategies for:" Climate action for health and wellbeing in cities: a protocol for the systematic development of a database of peer-reviewed studies using machine …|
K Belesova, M Callaghan, J Minx, F Creutzig, C Turcu, E Hutchinson, ...
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, 2021
|The Global Adaptation Mapping Initiative (GAMI): Part 1–Introduction and overview of methods|
L Berrang-Ford, A Lesnikowski, AP Fischer, AR Siders, KJ Mach, ...
|The Global Adaptation Mapping Initiative (GAMI): Part 2–Screening protocol|
AP Fischer, M Callaghan, L Berrang-Ford, M Nielsen, G Sotnik, IV Canosa, ...
|Who cares about coal? Analyzing 70 years of German parliamentary debates on coal with dynamic topic modeling|
F Müller-Hansen, MW Callaghan, YT Lee, A Leipprand, C Flachsland, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 72, 101869, 2021
|Mapping evidence of human adaptation to climate change|
L Berrang-Ford, AR Siders, A Lesnikowski, AP Fischer, M Callaghan, ...
|Reviewing the scope and thematic focus of 100,000 publications on energy consumption, services and social aspects of climate change: A big data approach to demand-side mitigation|
F Creutzig, MW Callaghan, A Ramakrishnan, A Javaid, L Niamir, ...
Environmental Research Letters, 2020