Branzei, O., and McKague, K. 2008 “A Model of Clean Energy Entrepreneurship in Africa: E+Co’s Path to Scale. 15” in Managing the Business of Sustainable Development in Africa: Human Rights, Partnerships, and Alternative Business Models, edited by Ralph Hamann, Stu Woolman and Courtenay Sprague. Pretoria: UNISA Press, pp. 322-343.
Chan, D., M. Ishizawa, K. Higuchi, C.-W. Yuen, and J. Chen, 2008: Seasonal CO2 rectifier effect and large-scale extratropical atmospheric transport. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, D17309, doi: 10.1029/ 2007JD009443.
Guest Editor of “South Africa in Africa”, Special Issue of at Issue E-Zine (Africa Files, Toronto, May-September 2008: http://www.africafiles.org/atissueezine.asp#art1); and author of two contributions in the collection, “South Africa in Africa: Restructuring and Resistance” (Editorial), and “Painful Paradoxes: Mining, Crisis and Regional Capital in Zimbabwe”
I. Henriques and P. Sadorsky. 2008 “Oil prices and stock prices of alternative energy companies”, Energy Economics, 10(3), 998-1010.
I. Henriques and P. Sadorsky. 2008 “Voluntary Environmental Programs: A Canadian Perspective”, Policy Studies Journal, 36 (1), 143-166.
Klenk, N.L., Bull, G.Q., and MacLellan, J.I. 2008. The "Emulation of Natural Disturbance" (END) Management Approach in Canadian Forestry: A Critical Evaluation. Forestry Chronicle (In press).
Klenk, N.L., Hickey, G.M., and MacLellan, J.I. 2008. Using social network analysis to evaluate the social capital in large research networks: the case of the Sustainable Forest Management Network (1995-2009). (In Review).
Lipsig-Mummé, C. 2008 “But What About the Jobs? Negotiating Climate Change in a Warming World”, Australian Options, #54, Spring.
Lipsig-Mumme, C. & J.Roose . 2008 “Invisible Underclass: NESB Youth and Unions, a Research Agenda”, 22nd AIRAANZ Conference (Association of Industrial Relationists of Australia & New Zealand, Melbourne, February.
Lipsig-Mumme, C. 2008 “Face Facts: Living and Working Will be Harder in aWarmer World”, Opinion, The Age (Australia), 07/07/08, p. A13
Lipsig-Mumme, C. 2008 “Sorry’ speech marks birth of a new Australia”,3/23/08 Toronto Star
Lipsig-Mumme, C. 2008 “Strategies for work in a warmer world”The Age, 2/25/08 p.A.11
Lipsig-Mumme, C. 2008 “Bold Innovation or Trojan Horse?”1/14/08 Canadian.HR Reporter
Lipsig-Mumme, C. 2008 “Adapting employment to fit a warming world”,1/02/08 Toronto Star
MacLellan, J.I. 2008. A Federal Case: Considering a National Framework for Climate Change Adaptation Case Studies in Canada. In SERA North Workshop: Economics of Weather and Climate Change Meeting. Edited by B. Mills, The Centre for International Governance Innovation, Waterloo Ontario.
N. Darnall, I. Henriques and P. Sadorsky. 2008 “Do environmental management systems improve business performance in an international setting?” Journal of International Management, 14 (4): 364-376.
Saunders, R. 2008, Conflict Diamonds from Zimbabwe, Amsterdam: Niza/Fatal Transactions, September 2009“Crisis, Capital, Compromise: Mining and Empowerment in Zimbabwe”, African Sociological Review (Special Issue: South Africa in Africa), Vol.12, No.1
Saunders, R. 2008, Co-editor (with Darlene Miller and Olojide Oloyede) African Sociological Review (Special Issue: South Africa in Africa), Vol.12, No.1
Wang, X., J. Huang, M. Ji, and K. Higuchi, 2008: Variability of Asia dust events and their long-term trend. Atmospheric Environment, 42, 3156-3165.
Wood, Stepan, ed. 2008, 46:3 Osgoode Hall Law Journal (guest editor, special 50th Anniversary Issue on Environmental Law
Wood, Stepan 2008, “Common Law Liability Relief” in Michael B. Gerrard, ed., Brownfields Law and Practice (Newark, NJ: Matthew Bender, looseleaf service, various dates) ch. 5A (31,000 words)
Wood, Stepan and Lynn Johannson 2008, “How Not to Incorporate Voluntary Standards into Smart Regulation: ISO 14001 and Ontario’s Environmental Penalties Regulations,” CLPE Research Paper No. 07/2008, online: Social Science Research Network, (23,000 words). 70% Wood, 30% Johannson.
Wood, Stepan and Lynn Johannson 2008, “Six Principles for Integrating Non-Governmental Environmental Standards into Smart Regulation,” 46 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 345-396. 70% Wood, 30% Johannson.