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Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Reusswig, Fritz; Eichenauer, Eva (In Review): Perceptions of climate change and the role of religion. A case study from Hyderabad/India. In Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture.

Meyer-Ohlendorf, L.; Reusswig, F. (2014). Education for Sustainable Lifestyles (ESL). In: Mahrin, B. (ed.)(to be published in 2014). Capacity Development: Approaches for Future Megacities. Vol. 3 of the Future Megacities book series. Jovis, Berlin.

Reusswig, F.; Meyer-Ohlendorf, L. (2012): Eine große Herausforderung. Urbanisierung und Lebensstiländerungen in Indien. In Sorgo, W. (Ed.): Bildung für nachhltige Entwicklung. Wien: Umweltdachverband GmbH, pp. 151-156.

Reusswig, Fritz; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz (2012): Adapting to what? India’s climate change discourse and the adaptive capacity of civil society actors. In William G. Holt (Ed.): Urban areas and global climate change, vol. 12. London: Emerald (Research in Urban Sociology), pp. 197–220.

Reusswig, Fritz; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Dorband, Ira (2012): Green growth for Hyderabad. Building the low carbon city. Sustainable Hyderabad Project. Hyderabad (Policy Brief Discussion Series, 03).

Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Reusswig, Fritz; Jain, Angela; Poldas, Bhaskar; Schultz, Susanne (2012): Education for Sustainable Lifestyles (ESL) in Emerging Megacities. Sustainable Hyderabad Project. Hyderabad (Policy Brief Discussion Series, 02).

Reckien, Diana; Luedeke, Matthias; Reusswig; Fritz; Kit, Oles; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Budde, Martin (2011): Infrastructure and adaptation planning, Hyderabad, India (Box 6.2). In Cynthia Rosenzweig, William D. Solecki, S.A Hammer, S. Mehrotra (Eds.): Climate Change and Cities. First Assessment Report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 152–154.

Reckien, Diana; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Kit, Oles (2011): The global relevance for a post-Kyoto agreement: Lessons from India and central South Asia – 10 reasons for action. In S. Joshi, Linke M. (Eds.): Sustainable development and climate change. New Delhi: Academic Foundation, pp. 263–282.

Reusswig, Fritz; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz (2010): Social representation of climate change. A case study from Hyderabad (India). Bremen: Europäischer Hochschulverlag (Emerging Megacities, 04/2010).

Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz (2009): Climate change, vulnerability, and adaptation in Sub-Saharan African cities: New challenges for development policy. DIE Research Project “Climate Change and Development”. Bonn (Discussion paper, 25/2009). Online verfügbar unter http://www.die-gdi.de/CMS-Homepage/openwebcms3.nsf/%28ynDK_contentByKey%29/ANES-82DCF5/$FILE/DP%2025.2009.pdf.

Reusswig, Fritz; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Anders, Ulrike (2009): Partners for a low-carbon Hyderabad. A stakeholder analysis with respect to lifestyle dynamics and climate change. Bremen: Europäischer Hochschulverlag (Emerging Megacities, 04/2009).

Kimmich, Christian; Janetschek, Hannah; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Meyer-Ueding, Jenny; Sagebiel, Julian; Reusswig, Fritz (2009): Methods for stakeholder analysis. Exploring actor constellations in transition and change processes towards sustainable resource use and the case of Hyderabad, India. Bremen: Europäischer Hochschulverlag (Emerging Megacities, 01/2009).

Reusswig, Fritz; Otto, Antje; Meyer-Ohlendorf, Lutz; Anders, Ulrike (2009): Climate change discourse in India. An analysis of press articles. Sustainable Hyderabad Project. Berlin. Available online at http://www.sustainable-hyderabad.de/uploads/File/2009-PIK-Additional_Study_WP2_1.pdf.

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