Project Publications

Publications from our team



Boschetti, F., C. M. Bulman, A. J. Hobday, E. A. Fulton, S. Contardo, H. Lozano-Montes, L. M. Robinson, A. D. M. Smith, J. Strzelecki and E. I. v. Putten (2020). Sectoral futures are conditional on choices of global and national scenarios – Australian marine examples. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 563205, doi: 563210.563389/fmars.562020.563205.

Hobday, A. J., F. Boschetti, C. Moeseneder, R. L. Stephenson, C. Bessey, C. M. Bulman, S. Contardo, C. Cvitanovic, J. M. Dambacher, L. X. C. Dutra, E. A. Fulton, A. Lenton, L. R. Little, B. Mapstone, K. S. McDonald, E. E. Plaganyi, H. Pethybridge, P. Rothlisberg, J. Strzelecki, P. A. Thompson and I. v. Putten (2020). Quantitative foresighting as a means of improving anticipatory scientific capacity and strategic planning. One Earth, 3(5): 631-644


McDonald, K. S., A. J. Hobday, P. A. Thompson, A. Lenton, R. L. Stephenson, B. D. Mapstone, L. X. C. Dutra, C. Bessey, F. Boschetti, C. Cvitanovic, C. M. Bulman, E. A. Fulton, C. H. Moeseneder, H. Pethybridge, E. E. Plagányi, E. I. v. Putten and P. C. Rothlisberg (2019). Active, reactive and inactive pathways for scientists in a changing world. Earth’s Future 7:


Moglia, Cork, Boschetti F, Cook, Bohensky, Muster & Page, 2018, Urban transformation stories for the 21st century: Insights from strategic conversations, Global Environmental Change, 50, 222-237.

2017 and earlier

Boschetti F, Gaffier, Moglia, Walker & Price, 2017, Citizens’ Perception of the Resilience of Australian cities, Sustainability Science, 12(3), 345-364, DOI: 10.1007/s11625-017-0429-1

Boschetti F, Price & Walker, 2016, Myths of the Future and Scenario Archetypes, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 111, 76-85, doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2016.06.009

Boschetti F, Walker & Price, 2016, Modelling and attitudes towards the Future, Ecological Modelling, 322, 71–81, doi: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.11.009

Boschetti, F., E. A. Fulton and N. J. Grigg (2015). Citizens’ Views of Australia’s Future to 2050. Sustainability 7: 222-247; doi:10.3390/su7010222.  Download a 6 page project summary at 2050 Focus Group Feedback

Plaganyi, E. E. and A. J. Hobday (2015). Using marine models to road-test climate-smart management responses and strategies and prepare decision makers. 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Gold Coast, Australia, 29 Nov to 4 Dec 2015.

Plagányi, É.E. and E.A. Fulton. 2017. The future of modelling to support conservation decisions in the Anthropocene Ocean. In: Levin, P.S. & M.R. Poe. Conservation for the Anthropocene Ocean: Interdisciplinary science in support of nature and people. Elsevier. 530 pp.eBook ISBN: 9780128092989 Paperback ISBN: 9780128053751.

Richert, C., F. Boschetti, I. Walker, J. Price and N. Grigg (2016). Testing the consistency between goals and policies for sustainable development: mental models of how the world works today are inconsistent with mental models of how the world will work in the future. Sustainability Science: 1-20. doi:10.1007/s11625-016-0384-2.

van Putten, I., C. Cvitanovic and E. A. Fulton (2016). A changing marine sector in Australian coastal communities: An analysis of inter and intra sectoral industry connections and employment. Ocean & Coastal Management 131: 1-12

Interesting reading by other authors

Costanza, R., P. W. B. Atkins, M. Bolton, S. Cork, N. J. Grigg, T. Kasser and I. Kubiszewski (2017). Overcoming societal addictions:What can we learn from individual therapies? Ecological Economics 131: 543–550. download pdf.

Mellers, B., E. Stone, T. Murray, A. Minste, N. Rohrbaugh, M. Bishop, E. Chen, J. Baker, Y. Hou, M. Horowitz, L. Ungar and P. Tetlock (2015). Identifying and Cultivating Superforecasters as a Method of Improving Probabilistic Predictions. Perspectives on Psychological Science 10(3): 267-281.

What types of skills will ensure you are employable in the world of human and robot workers? A Conversation article (Nov 14, 2017)

Can Cli-Fi engage an audience that we don’t traditionally reach? A Conversation article (Sept 6, 2017)