Papers

2018
126. Exploring Institutional Transformations to Address High-End Climate Change in Iberia. Joan Tàbara, Francesc Cots, Simona Pedde, Katharina Hölscher, Kasper Kok, Anastasia Lovanova, Tiago Capela Lourenço, Niki Frantzeskaki, John Etherington, In Sustainability, volume 10, 2018. [pdf] [doi]
125. Defining transformative climate science to address high-end climate change. J. David Tàbara, Jill Jäger, Diana Mangalagiu, Marco Grasso, In Regional Environmental Change, 2018. [pdf] [doi]
124. ‘Raising the temperature’: the arts on a warming planet. Diego Galafassi, Sacha Kagan, Manjana Milkoreit, María Heras, Chantal Bilodeau, Sadhbh Juarez Bourke, Andrew Merrie, Leonie Guerrero, Guðrún Pétursdóttir, Joan David Tàbara, In Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, volume 31, 2018. [pdf] [doi]
123. Positive tipping points in a rapidly warming world. J David Tàbara, Niki Frantzeskaki, Katharina Hölscher, Simona Pedde, Kasper Kok, Francesco Lamperti, Jens H Christensen, Jill Jäger, Pam Berry, In Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, volume 31, 2018. [pdf] [doi]
2017
122. Transforming communication and knowledge production processes to address high-end climate change. J. David Tàbara, Asun Lera St. Clair, Erlend A. T. Hermansen, In Environmental Science & Policy, volume 70, 2017. [pdf] [doi]
121. Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability Model Applications in Three Regional to Local Scale Case Studies in Europe. pensoft.net, In Impressions, 2017. [pdf]
120. Harmonizing human-hydrological system under climate change: A scenario-based approach for the case of the headwaters of the Tagus River. Anastasia Lobanova, Stefan Liersch, J David Tàbara, Hagen Koch, Fred F. Hattermann, Valentina Krysanova, In Journal of Hydrology, volume 548, 2017. [pdf] [doi]
119. Policy Insights. High-End Climate Change in Europe. Jäger J., Tàbara J. D., 2017. [pdf]
2016
118. Transformative modelling to address High-­End Climate Change. J. Tabara, Varun Mallampalli, Diana Mangalagiu, Marco Grasso, Jill Jäger, Andrea Roventini, Mark Borsuk, Francesco Lamperti, Robert Lempert, In International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, 2016. [pdf]
117. Medi Ambient i Sostenibilitat‘. The Environment and Sustainability in Catalonia. Raó de Catalunya. La societat catalana al segle XXI.. J.D. Tabara, Chapter in Raó de Catalunya. La societat catalana al segle XXI. Barcelona: Institut d’Estudis Catalans & Enciclopèdia Catalana, 2016. [pdf]
116. Opinió pública, ús i comunicació del coneixement sobre canvi climàtic‘. Tercer informe sobre el canvi climàtic a Catalunya. Tàbara J. D., In Generalitat de Catalunya i Institut d’Estudis Catalans, 2016. [pdf]
115. Exploring socio-hydrological dynamics with a hybrid hydrological agent-based model. Anastasia Lobanova, Francesco Lamperti, Andrea Roventini, David Tabara, Stefan Liersch, Valentina Krysanova, In International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, 2016. [pdf]
114. Performing biospheric futures with younger generations: a case in the MAB Reserve of La Sepultura, Mexico. Maria Heras, J. David Tabara, Amayrani Meza, In Ecology and Society, volume 21, 2016. [pdf] [doi]
113. Conservation theatre: mirroring experiences and performing stories in community management of natural resources. María Heras, J. David Tàbara, In Society & Natural Resources, volume 29, 2016. [pdf]
2015
112.Rapport mondial sur les sciences sociales, 2013: changements environnementaux globaux UNESCO, International Social Science Council, UNESCO Publishing, 2015. (Google-Books-ID: yiq7DQAAQBAJ)
111. Evaluation of economic approaches under high-end scenarios. Tinch R., Schoumacher C., Grasso M., Grasso M.E., Mandel A., Lamperti F., Napoletano M., Roventini A., Sapio A., J. Jäger, Tàbara J.D., In Impressions, 2015. [pdf]
110. Towards new forms of learning. María Heras López, J. David Tàbara, Louis Lemkow, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,, 2015. [pdf]
109. Advanced Transition Management Methodology. Niki Franzeskaki, Katharina Hölscher, Jill Jäger, Ian Holman, J David Tàbara, Simona Pedde, Kasper Kok, Giorgia Silvestri, In , 2015. [pdf]
108. Assessment of decision-makers’ needs and capacities, drivers and barriers for using scenarios, modelling and pathways analysis. Dzebo A., João Cruz M., Capela Lourenço T., Dunn M., Cots F., Tàbara J.D., Juhász-Horváth L., Pintér L., In Impressions, 2015. [pdf]
107. Common Frame of Reference to support the understanding of adaptation decision-making under high-end scenarios. Capela Lourenço T., João Cruz M., Carlsen H., Dzebo A., Tàbara J.D., Cots F., Haslett J., Harrison P., In Impressions, 2015. [pdf]
2014
106. Global intelligence, fairness and the social sciences in an unequally changing world (March 31, 2014). Tàbara J. D., 2014. [pdf]
105. The Conditions for Sustainability. Complexity, Social Learning and Integrated Climate Governance in a Warming World. J. David Tabara, In , Isaconf, 2014. [pdf]
104. Let’s play transformations! Performative methods for sustainability. María Heras, J. David Tàbara, In Sustainability science, volume 9, 2014. [pdf]
2013
103. Social learning to cope with global environmental change and unsustainability. J. David Tàbara, S. Lockie, D. Sonnenfeld, D. Fisher, 2013. [pdf]
102. A new vision of open knowledge systems for sustainability. Opportunities for social scientists. J. David Tàbara, In World social science report 2013: changing global environments, 2013. [pdf]
101. Coupling human information and knowledge systems with social–ecological systems change: Reframing research, education, and policy for sustainability. J. David Tàbara, Ilan Chabay, In Environmental Science & Policy, volume 28, 2013. [pdf]
100. The Tous dam disaster of 1982 and the origins of integrated flood risk management in Spain. Anna Serra-Llobet, J. David Tàbara, David Sauri, In Natural hazards, volume 65, 2013. [pdf]
99. Social–ecological heritage and the conservation of Mediterranean landscapes under global change. A case study in Olzinelles (Catalonia). Iago Otero, Martí Boada, Joan David Tàbara, In Land Use Policy, volume 30, 2013. [pdf]
98. GSS: towards a research program for global systems science. Carlo Jaeger, Patrik Jansson, Sander van der Leeuw, Michael Resch, J. David Tàbara, In , Global Climate Forum eV, 2013. [pdf]
97. Global Systems Science. Carlo Jaeger, Patrik Jansson, Sander van der Leeuw, Michael Resch, Juan David Tabara, Ralph Dum, In Orientation paper, 2013. [pdf]
96. Opening up knowledge systems for better responses to global environmental change. Sarah Cornell, Frans Berkhout, Willemijn Tuinstra, J. David Tàbara, Jill Jäger, Ilan Chabay, Bert de Wit, Richard Langlais, David Mills, Peter Moll, Ilona M. Otto, Arthur Petersen, Christian Pohl, Lorrae van Kerkhoff, In Environmental Science & Policy, volume 28, 2013. [pdf] [doi]
2012
95. Two worldviews about human information and knowledge systems (HIKS). Towards an open knowledge democracy for global sustainability governance. J. David Tabara, In , Isaconf, 2012. [pdf]
94. Governing global socio-ecological systems. J. David Tabara, In , Isaconf, 2012. [pdf]
93. Reframing the problem of climate change: from zero sum game to win–win solutions. Udo E. Simonis, In Environmental Politics, volume 21, 2012. [pdf] [doi]
92. Learning to Cope with Socio-Ecological Impacts of Emerging Technologies, A View from Sustainability Science: Interview with Joan David Tàbara, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain. Eleonore Pauwels, J. D. Tabara, In International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, volume 3, 2012. [pdf] [doi]
91. Second Report on Climate Change in Catalonia. Josep Enric Llebot, Joan David Tàbara, Generalitat de Catalunya, 2012. [pdf]
90. Assessing Green Growth: the Case of Europe. C. Jaeger, Leonidas Paroussos, Diana Mangalagiu, Roland Kupers, J. David Tabara, Antoine Mandel, Technical report HAL, 2012. [pdf]
2011
89. Opportunities and Constraints for Climate Adaptation in Regional Water and Land Use Planning. Saskia Werners, Jennifer West, Rik Leemans, J. David Tàbara, Xingang Dai, Zsuzsanna Flachner, F Cots, Henry Neufeldt, Darryn Mcevoy, Giacomo Trombi, Chapter in , 2011. [pdf] [doi]
88. Integrated Climate Governance (ICG) and Sustainable Development. J. David Tàbara, Chapter in European Research on Sustainable Development, Springer, 2011. [pdf]
87. Are mountains leaving agriculture behind?. Feliu López i Gelats, Jordi Bartolomé, J. David Tàbara, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,, 2011. [pdf]
86. Pragmatism and Pluralism: Creating Clumsy and Context-Specific Approaches to Sustainability Science. Paul M. Weaver, Chapter in European Research on Sustainable Development (Carlo C. Jaeger, J. David Tàbara, Julia Jaeger, eds.), Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011. [pdf] [doi]
85. A new growth path for Europe. Carlo C. Jaeger, Leonidas Paroussos, Diana Mangalagiu, Roland Kupers, Antoine Mandel, Joan David Tàbara, Nicola Botta, Steffen Fürst, Elke Henning, Cezar Ionescu, others, In Generating Prosperity and Jobs in the Low-Carbon Economy. Synthesis Report PIK, University of Oxford, ICCS, Université Paris, volume 1, 2011. [pdf]
84. European Research on Sustainable Development: Volume 1: Transformative Science Approaches for Sustainability. Carlo Jaeger, J. David Tàbara, Julia Jaeger, Springer Science & Business Media, volume 1, 2011. [pdf]
83. European Research on Sustainable Development. Transformative science approaches for Sustainability. Jaeger C.C, Tàbara J. D., Jaeger J., In 1. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer and EC. 2011, 2011. [pdf]
82. Teoría Sociológica Moderna (2ª edición). Salvador Giner, Grupo Planeta (GBS), 2011. [pdf]
81. Knowledge, Learning and Societal Change: Finding Paths to a Sustainable Future. C. Blackmore, I. Chabay, K. Collins, H. Gutscher, H. Lotz-Sisitka, S. McCauley, D. Niles, E. Pfeiffer, C. Ritz, F. Schmidt, others, In Science Plan for a Crosscutting core project of the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP), 2011. [pdf]
2010
80. Percepció i comunicació del canvi climàtic a Catalunya. J. David Tàbara, In Segon Informe sobre el canvi climatic a Catalunya. Generalitat de Catalunya and Institut d’Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, 2010. [pdf]
79. Escenaris sobre el medi ambient i la sostenibilitat a la Catalunya del 2010. Joan David Tàbara, In , 2010. [pdf]
78. The climate learning ladder. A pragmatic procedure to support climate adaptation. J. David Tàbara, Xingang Dai, Gensuo Jia, Darryn McEvoy, Henry Neufeldt, Anna Serra, Saskia Werners, Jennifer J. West, In Environmental policy and governance, volume 20, 2010. [pdf]
77. A cultural journey to the agro-food crisis: policy discourses in the EU. Feliu López-i-Gelats, J. David Tabara, In Journal of agricultural and environmental ethics, volume 23, 2010. [pdf]
76. Social movements in sustainability transitions. Akgün Ilhan, J. David Tàbara, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,, 2010. [pdf]
2009
75. Modelling Cultural and Behavioural change in Water Management: An integrated, agent based, gaming approach. Pieter Valkering, J David Tabara, Patrik Wallman, Astrid Offermans, In The Integrated Assesment Journal, volume 9, 2009. [pdf]
74. Sociología ambiental. J. David Tàbara, In , 2009. [pdf]
73. Social learning on climate change among regional agents. Insights from China, Eastern Europe and Iberia. J. David Tàbara, Francesc Cots, Xingang Dai, Maria Falaleeva, Zsuzsanna Flachner, Darryn McEvoy, Saskia Werners, In Interdisciplinary Aspects of Climate Change, 2009. [pdf]
72. Percepció pública i política del canvi climàtic a Catalunya. Joan David TàBARA, Françoise Breton, Maria del Carme Llasat, Montserrat Llasat-Botija, Christian Oltra, Anna Serra, Roser Sala, Roser Solà, Antoni José Trujillo, Generalitat de Catalunya, 2009. [pdf]
71. Transició i integració en la planificació de l’aigua a Catalunya davant el repte del canvi climàtic. Tàbara J. D., In Canvi climàtic i Aigua. Impactes previstos a Catalunya. Barcelona, Catalan Water Agency of the Catalan Ministry of Environment and Housing and New Water Culture Foundation., 2009. [pdf]
70. The climate learning ladder. A dialogic tool to support Integrated Climate Governance (ICG). J. David Tabara, A. Serra, In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, volume 6, 2009. [pdf] [doi]
69. The rural in dispute: Discourses of rurality in the Pyrenees. Feliu López-i-Gelats, J. David Tàbara, Jordi Bartolomé, In Geoforum, volume 40, 2009. [pdf]
68. Cross-border organisations as an adaptive water management response to climate change: the case of the Guadiana river basin. Francesc Cots, J. David Tàbara, Darryn McEvoy, Saskia Werners, Elisabet Roca, In Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, volume 27, 2009. [pdf]
2008
67. Modelling Societal Response in Water Management: An integrated, agent based, gaming approach. Pieter Valkering, Astrid Offermans, David Tabara, Patrik Wallman, In [unknown], 2008. [pdf]
66. Integrated sustainability assessment of water systems: lessons from the Ebro River Basin. J. David Tabara, Elisabet Roca, Cristina Madrid, Pieter Valkering, Patrik Wallman, Paul M. Weaver, In International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, volume 3, 2008. [pdf] [doi]
65. Culture as trigger for sustainability transition in the water domain: the case of the Spanish water policy and the Ebro river basin. J. David Tàbara, Akgun Ilhan, In Regional Environmental Change, volume 8, 2008. [pdf] [doi]
64. Bringing public perceptions in the Integrated Assessment of coastal systems. Elisabet Roca Bosch, J. David Tàbara, Miriam Villares i Junyent, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,, 2008. [pdf]
63. Assessing the Multidimensionality of Coastal Erosion Risks: Public Participation and Multicriteria Analysis in a Mediterranean Coastal System. Elisabet Roca, Gonzalo Gamboa, J. David Tàbara, In Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis, volume 28, 2008. [pdf] [doi]
62. Integrated assessment of forest bioenergy systems in Mediterranean basin areas: the case of Catalonia and the use of participatory IA-focus groups. Neus Puy, David Tàbara, Jordi Bartrolí Molins, Jordi Bartrolí Almera, Joan Rieradevall, In Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, volume 12, 2008. [pdf]
61. The importance of social learning and culture for sustainable water management. Claudia Pahl-Wostl, David Tàbara, Rene Bouwen, Marc Craps, Art Dewulf, Erik Mostert, Dagmar Ridder, Tharsi Taillieu, In Ecological Economics, volume 64, 2008. [pdf] [doi]
60. The Growing Importance of Social Learning in Water Resources Management and Sustainability Science. Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Erik Mostert, David Tàbara, In Ecology and Society, volume 13, 2008. [pdf] [doi]
59. The role of institutional capacity in enabling climate change adaptation. The case of the Guadiana river basin. D. McEvoy, F. Cots, K. Longdale, J. David Tabara, In Transborder Environmental and Natural Resource Management, 2008. [pdf]
58. Appraising long-term regional climate policies in Inner Mongolia, the Tisza floodplain and the Guadiana river basin. J. David Tàbara, Francesc Cots, Xingang Dai, Maria Falaleeva, Zsuzsanna Flachner, Gensuo Jia, Péter Kazner, Darryn McEvoy, István Làng, Yanling Sun, Saskia Werners, 2008. [pdf]
57. Transformación de los roles de las mujeres colonas y cambio socioambiental. M. Francesca Adrover Rosselló, J. David Tàbara, In , 2008. [pdf] [doi]
2007
56. New tools for integrated sustainability assessment: the world cellular water game. Pieter Valkering, Astrid Offermans, David Tàbara, Patrick Wallman, In Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change “Earth System Governance: Theories and Strategies for Sustainability, Citeseer, 2007. [pdf]
55. Sustainability Learning in Natural Resource Use and Management. J. David Tàbara, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, In Ecology and Society, volume 12, 2007. [pdf] [doi]
54. Participatory Integrated Sustainability Assessment of Water Systems. Lessons from the Ebro River Basin. David Tàbara, Elisabeth Roca, Cristina Madrid, Pieter Valkering, Patrik Wallman, Paul Weaver, In International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, 2007. [pdf] [doi]
53. Participatory Modelling for the integrated sustainability assessment of water: the World Cellular Model and the MATISSE Project. J. David Tabara, Patrik Wallman, Bodil Elmqvist, M. Madrid, P. Schilperoord, P. Valkering, P. Weaver, In MATISSE Working Papers, volume 9, 2007. [pdf]
52. Modelización participativa para la evaluación integrada de la sostenibilidad de los recursos hídricos: el Modelo del Mundo Celular y el Proyecto Matisse. David Tábara, Bodil Elmqvist, Ilhan Akgun, Cristina Madrid, Lennart Olson, Michel Schilperoord, Pieter Valkering, Patrick Wallman, Paul Weaver, In Tàbara, JD [et al.].(2006)." Modelización participativa para la evaluación integrada de la sostenibilidad de los recursos hídricos: el Modelo del Mundo Celular y el Proyecto Matisse", Revista Internacional de Tecnología, Sostenibilidad y Humanismo, diciembre 2006, núm. 1, p. 185-210, 2007. [pdf] [doi]
51. Una altra ciència és possible: La sostenibilogia en la societat del desconeixement. Joan David Tàbara, In Àmbits de política i societat, 2007. [pdf]
50. Ernest GARCÍA, Medio ambiente y sociedad. La civilización industrial y los límites del planeta. Daniel Polo, Joan David Tàbara, In , 2007. [pdf]
49. Social Learning and Water Resources Management. Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Marc Craps, Art Dewulf, Erik Mostert, David Tabara, Tharsi Taillieu, In Ecology and Society, volume 12, 2007. [pdf] [doi]
48. Harmonization of renewable electricity feed-in laws in the European Union. Miquel Muñoz, Volker Oschmann, J. David Tàbara, In Energy policy, volume 35, 2007. [pdf]
47. Social Learning in European River-Basin Management: Barriers and Fostering Mechanisms from 10 River Basins. Erik Mostert, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Yvonne Rees, Brad Searle, David Tàbara, Joanne Tippett, In Ecology and Society, volume 12, 2007. [pdf] [doi]
46. Climate change and adaptive water manangement through tansboundary cooperation: the case of the Guadiana River Basin. F. Cots, J. D. Tabara, S. E. Werners, D. McEvoy, In , 2007. [pdf]
2006
45. Mainstreaming action on climate change through participatory appraisal. Paul M. Weaver, Alex Haxeltine, Marleen Van De Kerkhof, J. David Tabara, In International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, volume 1, 2006. [pdf] [doi]
44. Los paradigmas culturalista, cualitativo y participativo en las nuevas líneas de investigación integrada del medio ambiente y la sostenibilidad. J. David Tàbara, In Persona, sociedad y medio ambiente: Perspectivas de la investigación social de la sostenibilidad. Sevilla: Junta de Andalucía, 2006. [pdf]
43.El estudio de la percepción social del medio ambiente J. David Tábara, In Opinión Pública y Medio Ambiente, 2006.
42. Las aves como naturaleza y la conservación de las aves como cultura. Joan David Tàbara, In Papers: revista de sociologia, 2006. [pdf]
41. Procés participatiu d'informació i debat entorn els transgènics agrícoles. Carla Petrelli Petroff, J. David Tàbara, In , 2006. [pdf] [doi]
40. Public Participation in River Basin Management in Spain, "Reflecting changes in external and self-created context". Josefina Maestu, David Tabara, David Sauri, In ResearchGate, 2006. [pdf]
39. Developing new tools and methods for the I ntegrated Sustainability Assessment o f water. The Matisse project and the Ebro River Basin. J. David Tàbara, Elisabet Roca, Critina Madrid, In , 2006. [pdf]
38. Methods for stakeholder participation in water management. Matthew P. Hare, Olivier Barreteau, Bruce M. Beck, Rebecca Letcher, Erik Mostert, J. David Tabara, Dagmar Ridder, Valerie Cogan, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, others, Chapter in Sustainable management of water resources: An integrated approach, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006. [pdf]
37. Els objectes naturals i la identitat nacional. Les muntanyes a Catalunya i al Quebec. Éric Darier, J. David Tàbara, In Papers: revista de sociologia, 2006. [pdf]
36. Zones lliures de transgènics a Europa. Marta de Buen Ruiz, J. David Tàbara, In , 2006. [pdf]
2005
35. Puzzle-solving for policy II. Pieter Valkering, Bas Amelung, Rutger Brugge, Jan Rotmans, In Proceedings of the EU Advanced Summer Course in Integrated Assessment methodology 1 – 12 September 2003 Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2005. [pdf]
34. Precaution and participatory integrated assessment of GM crops in Spain. J. David Tàbara, In Water science and technology, volume 52, 2005. [pdf] [doi]
33. Percepció i comunicació sobre el canvi climàtic. Joan David TàBARA, In , 2005. [pdf]
2004
32. Diversity, civic virtues and ecological austerity. J. David Tàbara, Salvador Giner, In International Review of Sociology, volume 14, 2004. [pdf] [doi]
31. Las culturas del agua en la prensa española. Los marcos culturales en la comunicación sobre el Plan Hidrológico Nacional. J. David Tàbara, Meritxell Costejà i Florensa, Fincent Van Woerden, In Papers: revista de sociologia, 2004. [pdf]
30. Participación de Agentes sociales en la gestión del agua: propuesta metodológica para la cuenca del río Muga (Girona). Anna Ribas Palom, David Saurí Pujol, Joan David Tàbara Villalba, Carles Bayés Bruñol, David Pavón Gamero, Lluís Ribera Masgrau, Montserrat Ventura Pujolar, Universitat de Girona/UAB, 2004. [pdf]
29. Avaluació de la percepció de la societat mallorquina sobre els valors ecològics i econòmics dels prats de l'angiosperma marina Posidonia oceanica (L. Delile). Francisco Javier Medina Pons, Jorge Terrados, J. David Tàbara, In Bolletí de la Societat d'Història Natural de les Balears, 2004. [pdf]
28. Assessment of the perception of Majorcan society of the ecological and economical values of Posidonia oceanica (L. Delile) seagrass beds. Francisco Javier Medina-Pons, Jorge Terrados, David Tábara Villalba, In , 2004. [pdf]
27. Precautionary Expertise for GM Crop, Spain national report. J. David Tàbara, Daniel Polo, Louis Lemkow, 2004. [pdf]
2003
26. Teoría socioambiental y sociología ecológica. Joan David Tàbara, In Teoría sociológica moderna, Ariel, 2003. [pdf]
25. Spain: words that succeed and climate policies that fail. J David Tàbara, In Climate Policy, volume 3, 2003. [pdf] [doi]
24. Precaución, riesgo y sostenibilidad en los organismos agrícolas modificados genéticamente. J. David Tábara, Daniel Polo, Louis Lemkow, In Política y sociedad, volume 40, 2003. [pdf]
23. Participación cualitativa y evaluación integrada del medio ambiente y de la sostenibilidad. J. David Tàbara, In Documents d'analisi geografica, 2003. [pdf]
22. Forest Fire Risk Management and Public Participation in Changing Socioenvironmental Conditions: A Case Study in a Mediterranean Region. David Tabara, David Sauri, Rufi Cerdan, In Risk Analysis, volume 23, 2003. [pdf] [doi]
21. Citizens’ reports on climate strategies. Christina Querol, Asa Gerger Swartling, Bernd Kasemir, David Tabara, In Public participation in sustainability science: A handbook, 2003. [pdf]
20. PEG workshop report Spain. J. David Tabara, Daniel Polo, Louis Lemkow, 2003. [pdf]
2002
19. Les cultures de l'aigua a Espanya: els marcs culturals del Pla Hidrològic Nacional i l'aparició del discurs de la sostenibilitat. Joan David Tàbara, Meritxell Costejà, Fincent van Woerden, In Diàlegs: revista d'estudis polítics i socials, volume 5, 2002. [pdf]
18. Sustainability Culture. J.D. Tabara, In Governance for Sustainable Development. Governança per al Desenvolupament Sostenible, 2002. [pdf]
17. 'Escenaris sobre el medi ambient i la sostenibilitat a la Catalunya del 2010. J.D. Tabara, In R. Ramon & A. Ruiz L'Europa del 2010 i Catalunya. Barcelona: Fundació Bofill, 2002. [pdf]
2001
16. La medida de la percepción social del medioambiente: una revisión de las aportaciones realizadas por la sociología. Joan David Tàbara, In Revista Internacional de Sociología, 2001. [pdf] [doi]
2000
15. Fear, Hope and Ambiguity: Citizens’ Perspectives on Climate Change and Energy Use. Bernd Kasemir, Urs Dahinden, Åsa Gerger Swartling, Ralf Schüle, David Tabara, Carlo C Jaeger, In Global Environmental Change, volume 10, 2000. [pdf] [doi]
14. Parlem del clima. Aportació de la sociologia qualitativa a l’Avaluació Integrada del canvi climàtic. Joan David Tábara, In Revista Catalana de Sociologia, volume 13, 2000. [pdf]
13. Citizens’ perspectives on climate change and energy use. Bernd Kasemir, Urs Dahinden, \textbackslashAAsa Gerger Swartling, Ralf Schüle, David Tabara, Carlo C. Jaeger, In Global Environmental Change, volume 10, 2000. [pdf]
1999
12. Evaluación integrada del cambio climático: experiencias de grupos de discusión en el Área Metropolitana de Barcelona. Joan David Tàbara, Cristina Querol, In Sociología y medioambiente: estado de la cuestión, Fundación Fernando de los Ríos, 1999. [pdf]
11. Acció ambiental: aprenentatge i participació vers la sostenibilitat. J. David Tàbara, Di7 : SCEA : SBEA, 1999. (OCLC: 807338149) [pdf]
10. Citizens’ Recommendations for Addressing Climate Change: A Participatory Integrated Assessment Exercise in Europe. Cristina Querol, Asa Gerger, Bernd Kasemir, David Tàbara, Technical report Ulysses Working Paper, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Technology, 1999. [pdf]
9. Cosmic piety and ecological rationality. Salvador Giner, David Tábara, In International Sociology, volume 14, 1999. [pdf] [doi]
1998
8. Algunos textos introductorios a la sociología ambiental anglosajona en los noventa. David Tábara, In Revista Internacional de Sociología, 1998. [pdf]
7. Piedad cósmica y racionalidad ecológica. Salvador Giner, David Tábara, In Revista Internacional de Sociología, 1998. [pdf]
1997
6. Ambientalismo corporativo. Joan David Tábara, In Sociedad y medio ambiente, 1997. [pdf]
5. Focus groups in integrated assessment: The ULYSSES pilot experience. Bernd Kasemir, J. Behringer, Bruna De Marchi, Christoph Deuker, Gregor Dürrenberger, Silvio Funtowicz, A. Gerger, Maria Giaoutzi, Yvonne Haffner, M\textbackslasha ans Nilsson, others, In Darmstadt University of Technology, Darmstadt, Germany, 1997. [pdf]
4. Focus groups in integrated assessment: A manual for a participatory tool. Gregor Dürrenberger, Jeannette Behringer, Urs Dahinden, Asa Gerger, Bernd Kasemir, Cristina Querol, Ralf Schüle, David Tabara, Ferenc Toth, Marjolein van Asselt, others, In Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Technology, Darmstadt University of Technology, 1997. [pdf]
1996
3. La percepció dels problemes de medi ambient. Joan David TàBARA, 1996. [pdf]
1995
2. Percepció pública i acció social en problemes de medi ambient. Joan David Tàbara, PhD thesis Tesi Doctoral. Universitat de Barcelona, 1995. [pdf]
1993
1. Mitjans de comunicació i medi ambient'. Tàbara J. D., In Perspectiva Social, volume 32, 1993. [pdf]