Peer reviewed journal articles

Dudney, Joan, Richard Hobbs,  Robert Heilmayr, Katherine Suding, John Battles. 2018 “Navigating Novelty and Risk in Resilience Management.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

Hamann, Maike, Kevin Berry, Tomas Chaigneau, Tracie Curry, Robert Heilmayr, Patrik J.G. Henriksson, Jonas Hentati-Sundberg, Amir Jina, Emilie Lindkvist, Yolanda Lopez-Maldonado, Emmi Nieminen, Matías Piaggio, Jiangxiao Qui, Juan C. Rocha, Caroline Schill, Alon Shepon, Andrew R. Tilman, Inge van den Bijgaart, Tong Wu. 2018. “Inequality and the Biosphere.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 43 (1).

Lambin, Eric F.*, Holly K. Gibbs, Robert Heilmayr, Kimberly M. Carlson, Leonardo Fleck, Rachael D. Garrett, Yann le Polain de Waroux; Constance McDermott, David McLaughlin, Peter Newton, Christoph Nolte, Charlotte Streck, Tannis Thorlakson, Nathalie F Walker. 2018. “The Role of Supply-Chain Initiatives in Reducing Deforestation.” Nature Climate Change 8 (2): 109.

Carlson, Kimberly M.*, Robert Heilmayr*, Holly K. Gibbs, Praveen Noojipady, David N. Burns, Douglas C. Morton, Nathalie F. Walker, Gary D. Paoli, and Claire Kremen. 2018. “Effect of Oil Palm Sustainability Certification on Deforestation and Fire in Indonesia.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (1): 121–26.

Heilmayr, Robert, Cristian Echeverría, Rodrigo Fuentes, and Eric F. Lambin. 2016. “A Plantation-Dominated Forest Transition in Chile.” Applied Geography 75 (October): 71–82. 2016.

Waroux, Yann Le Polain de; Rachael D. Garrett, Robert Heilmayr, Eric F. Lambin. 2016. “Land-use policies and corporate investments in agriculture in the Gran Chaco and Chiquitano,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15): 4021–26.

Heilmayr, Robert; Eric F. Lambin. 2016. “Impacts of non-state, market-driven governance on Chilean forests,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113 (11): 2910-15.

Heilmayr, Robert. 2014. “Conservation through Intensification? The Effects of Plantations on Natural Forests.” Ecological Economics 105: 204–10.

Heilmayr, Robert; James Bradbury. 2011. “Effective, efficient or equitable: using allowance allocations to mitigate emissions leakage.” Climate Policy 11 (4): 1113-1130.

Working papers

Heilmayr, Robert; Echeverría, Cristian; Lambin, Eric F. “Bio-perversity in Chile: afforestation subsidies cause biodiversity losses.”

Haya, Barbara, Aaron L. Strong, Danny Cullenward, Emily Grubert, Robert Heilmayr, Deborah Sivas, Michael Wara. “California’s second-generation carbon offset program: managing uncertainty in emissions reductions.”

Books

Houser, Trevor; Bradley, Rob; Childs, Britt; Werksman, Jake; Heilmayr, Robert. Leveling the Carbon Playing Field: International Competition and U.S. Climate Policy Design, Peterson Institute for International Economics and World Resources Institute, 2008.

Other peer reviewed publications

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, “Changes in Impacts of Climate Extremes: Human Systems and Ecosystems” in Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation, 2012.

Seligsohn, Deborah; Heilmayr, Robert; Tan, Xiaomei; Weischer, Lutz. “China, the United States, and the Climate Change Challenge.” World Resources Institute, 2009.

Grubb, Michael; Brewer, Thomas; Sato, Misato; Heilmayr, Robert; Fazekas, Dora. “Climate Policy and Industrial Competitiveness: Ten Insights from Europe on the EU Emissions Trading System.” German Marshall Fund, 2009.

Larsen, John; Heilmayr, Robert. “Emissions Reductions under the American Clean Energy and Security Act.” World Resources Institute, 2009.

Houser, Trevor; Mohan, Shashank; Heilmayr, Robert. “A Green Global Recovery? Assessing U.S. Economic Stimulus and Prospects for International Coordination.” Peterson Institute for International Economics and World Resources Institute, 2009.

Larsen, John; Heilmayr, Robert. “A Comparison of Legislative Climate Change Targets in the 110th Congress.” World Resources Institute, 2008.

Mace, MJ et al. “Analysis of the legal and organisational issues arising in linking the EU Emissions Trading Scheme to other existing and emerging emissions trading schemes.” FIELD, IIEE and WRI, 2008.