19. Mildenberger, M., Howe, P. and Miljanich, C. 2019. “Households with solar installations are ideologically diverse and more politically active than their neighbors.” Forthcoming in Nature Energy.

18. Howe, P., Marlon, J., Mildenberger, M. and Shield, B. 2019. “How will climate change shape climate opinions?” Environmental Research Letters []

17. Hertel-Fernandez, A., Mildenberger, M. and Stokes, L. 2019. “Legislative staff and representation in Congress.” American Political Science Review 113(1): 1-18. [journal download][pre-publication version][New York Times op-ed]

16. Mildenberger, M., Lubell, M. and Hummel, M. 2019. “Local, spatially-resolved risk messaging can reduce climate concerns.” Global Environmental Change 55: 15-24. [journal download]

  • Winner of the 2019 Charles Redd Award for best paper on the American West, Western Political Science Association.

15. Mildenberger, M. and Tingley, D. 2019. “Beliefs about climate beliefs: The problem of second-order opinions in climate politics.” British Journal of Political Science 49(4): 1279-1307[journal download here] [replication materials]

14. Breetz, H., Mildenberger, M., and Stokes, L. 2018. “The political logics of energy transitions.” Business and Politics 20(4): 492-522. [journal download]

  • Winner of the 2018 David P. Baron award for best article published in Business and Politics

13. Zhang, B., Mildenberger, M., Marlon, J., Howe, P., Rosenthal, S. and Leiserowitz, A. 2018. “Quota sampling using Facebook advertisements.” Political Science Research Methods. [journal download][R package for Facebook quota sampling]

12. Zhang, B., van der Linden, S., Mildenberger, M., Marlon, J., Howe, P. and Leiserowitz, T. 2018. “Experimental effects of climate messages vary geographically.” Nature Climate Change 8: 370-374. [journal download[journal commentary]

11. Leader-Maynard, J. and Mildenberger, M. 2018. “Divergence and convergence in the study of ideology: A critical review.” British Journal of Political Science 48(2): 563-589.[journal download here]

10. Mildenberger, M., Howe, P., Marlon, J., and Leiserowitz, A. 2017. “The spatial distribution of Republican and Democratic climate and energy opinions at state and local scales.” Climatic Change 145(3-4)539-548[journal download here] [data download] [online data visualization tool]

9. Mildenberger, M. and Leiserowitz, A. 2017. “Public opinion on climate change: Is there an economy-environment trade-off?” Environmental Politics 26(5): 801-824 [journal download here]

8. Mildenberger, M, Howe, P., Lachapelle, E., Stokes, L., Marlon, J. and Gravelle, T. 2016. “The distribution of climate change public opinion in Canada.”  PLoS ONE 11(8): e0159774. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159774 [open access download here] [data download] [online data visualization tool]

7. Howe, P., Mildenberger, M., Marlon, J. and Leiserowitz, T. 2015. “Geographic variation in opinions on climate change at state and local scales in the USA.” Nature Climate Change 5: 596-603. [journal download here] [data download] [online data visualization tool

6. Homer-Dixon, T., Leader Maynard, J., Mildenberger, M., Milkoreit, M., Mock, S., Quilley, S., Schroeder, T., and Thagard, P. 2013. “A complex systems approach to the study of ideology: Cognitive-affective structures and the dynamics of belief systems,“ Journal of Social and Political Psychology 1 (1): 337-363. [journal download here]

5. Mildenberger, M., Stokes, L., Savan, B., Dolderman, D. and Kolenda, B. 2013. “Beyond the information campaign: Community-based energy behavioral change at the University of Toronto"  Environmental Practice 15 (2): 147-155. [journal download here]

4. Stokes, L., Mildenberger, M., Savan, B., and Kolenda, B. 2012. “Analyzing barriers to energy conservation in residences and offices: The Rewire program at the University of Toronto" Applied Environmental Education and Communication 11(2): 88-98. [journal download here]

3. Flicker, S., Savan, B., Kolenda, B. and M. Mildenberger. 2009. “How to Facilitate (or Discourage) Community Based Research: Recommendations Based on a Canadian Survey,” Local Environment 14 (8): 783-796.

2. Flicker, S., Savan, B., Kolenda, B. and M. Mildenberger. 2008. “A snapshot of community-based research in Canada: Who? What? Why? How?” Health Education Research 23 (1): 106-114

1. Flicker, S., Savan, B., McGrath, M., Kolenda, B. and M. Mildenberger. 2007. “‘If you could change one thing…’ What community-based researchers wish they could have done differently,” Community Development Journal 43 (2): 239-253.

Book Chapters

3. Mildenberger, M. 2020. “The dynamics of federal climate policy conflict.” Forthcoming in Handbook of US Environmental Policy, D. Konisky (ed.)

2. Feng., J., Mildenberger, M. and Stokes, L. 2020. “Inhumane environments: Global violence against environmental justice activists as a human rights violation.” Forthcoming in Research Agenda for Human Rights, A. Brysk and M. Stohl (eds.)

1. Mildenberger, M. and Stokes, L. 2019. “The energy politics of North America.” In Oxford Handbook of Energy Politics, K. Hancock and J. Allison (eds.). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. [publisher download]