Below, you'll find an overview of publications and reports from the project, as well as a full list of the project's output.

Book cover for Changing Seasonality - a modernist house, several seasons in the back- and foreground
This 2024 anthology was edited by CALENDARS researchers Scott Bremer and Arjan Wardekker. It was conceived at a CALENDARS project meeting at Solstrand, Bjørnafjorden in May 2022.
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Bremer, Scott (2024) Is Bergen Unseasonal? On Europe’s Shifting Relation to Seasons. European Review. 1-15

Matte, Dominic; Christensen, Jens H.; Drews, Martin; Sobolowski, Stefan; Paquin, Dominique; Lynch, Amanda; Bremer, Scott; Engholm, Ida; Brunet, Nicolas D.; Kolstad, Erik W.; Kettleborough, Helena; Thompson, Vikki; Bevacqua, Emanuele; Heinrich, Dorothy; Pryor, Sara C.; Bönisch, Andrea; Feser, Frauke; Prein, Andreas F.; Fischer; Erich & Leduc, Martin (2024) How to engage and adapt to unprecedented extremesBulletin of the American Meteorogical Society.

Bremer, Scott & Schneider, Paul (2024) How seasonal cultures shape adaptation on Aotearoa – New Zealand’s Coromandel Peninsula. Global Environmental Change. Volume 85.

Bremer, Scott & Wardekker, Arjan (eds.) Changing Seasonality. How Communities are Revising their Seasons. DeGruyter, 2024


Bremer, Scott (2023) Recalibrating Seasonal Cultures with Communities, in (eds.) Curulli, Irene G.; Ikiz Kaya, Deniz & Khaefi, Arghavan (2023) Heritage Education for Climate Action. Wiley-ISTE.

Bremer, Scott; Klenk, Nicole; Bastian, Michelle & Kwan-Lafond, Danielle (2023) Adaptation requires attuning to shifting temporal patterns. Nature Climate Change.

Bremer, Scott; Stiller-Reeve, Mathew; Mamnun, Nabir & Lazrus, Heather (2023) Co-producing representations of summer rainfall in Bangladesh. Regional Environmental Change. 23, 60

Wardekker, Arjan (2023) Building climate resilience in deltas amid uncertainty and surprise. One Earth. Volume 6, issue 3, pp. 200-204.

Wardekker, Arjan; Nath, Sanchayan & Handayaningsih (2023) The interaction between cultural heritage and community resilience in disaster-affected volcanic regions. Environmental Science & Policy. Volume 145, pp. 116-128.


Bremer, Scott; Wardekker, Arjan; Pacchetti; Marina Baldissera; Bruno Soares, Marta & van der Sluijs, Jeroen (2022) Editorial: High-Quality Knowledge for Climate Adaptation: Revisiting Criteria of Credibility, Legitimacy, Salience, and Usability in special issue High-Quality Knowledge for Climate Adaptation: Revisiting Criteria of Credibility, Legitimacy, Salience, and Usability in Frontiers in Climate, 4.

Bremer, Scott; Bremer, Anne; Iversen, Lisbeth; Soares, Marta Bruno & van der Sluijs, Jeroen (2022) Recognising the social functions of climate services in Bergen, Norway. Climate Services, Volume 27.

Meisch, Simon; Hempel, Manuel; Bremer, Scott & Dunn-Sigouin, Etienne (2022) 9. Changing beekeeping seasons in Vestland, Norway, in (eds.) Bruce, Donald & Bruce, Ann: Transforming food systems: ethics, innovation and responsibility. Wageningen Academic, 2022.


Meisch, Simon; Bremer, Scott, Young, Mark Thomas & Funtowicz, Silvio O. (2021) Extended Peer Communities: Appraising the contributions of tacit knowledges in climate change decision-making. Futures.

Bremer, S., Glavovic, B., Meisch, S., Schneider, P. & Wardekker, A. (2021) Beyond rules: how institutional cultures and climate governance interact Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 12( 6), e739.

Schneider, P. & Glavovic, B. (2021) ‘The times they are a-changin’, but ‘the song remains the same’: Climate change narratives from the Coromandel Peninsula, Aotearoa New Zealand, in Hoffman, Susanna Eriksen, Thomas Hylland & Mendes, Paulo (eds) ‘Cooling Down’

Bremer, S., Wardekker, A., Schøyen Jensen, E. & van der Sluijs, J. (2021) Quality Assessment in Co-developing Climate Services in Norway and the Netherlands. Frontiers in Climate 3: 1-15

Meisch, S. & Bremer, S. (2021) A water culture perspective for food security. In. H. Schubel & I. Walliman-Helmer (eds.) Justice and food security in a changing climate. Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen


Marschütz, B., Bremer, S., Runhaar, H., Hegger, D., Mees, H., Vervoort, J. & Wardekker, A. (2020) Local narratives of change as an entry point for building urban climate resilience. Climate Risk Management 28: 100223

Krauß, W., Bremer, S. (2020)The role of place-based narratives of change in climate risk governance, in Risk Management 

Lemos, M. C., Klenk, N., Kirchhoff, C. J., Morrison, T., Bremer, S., Fischer, A. P.,  & Olwoch, J. M. (2020). Grand challenges for climate risk management in Frontiers in Climate 2

Bremer, S., Johnson, E., Fløttum, K., Kverndokk, K., Wardekker, A., Krauß, W., (2020) Portrait of a climate city: How climate change is emerging as a risk in Bergen, Norway, in Risk Management


Bremer, S., Schneider, P. & Glavovic, B. C. (2019) Climate Change and Amplified Representations of Natural Hazards in Institutional Cultures in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Risk.

Overview of CALENDARS project output