Pam is a Biogeographer with a B.Sc. and Ph. D from the University of Liverpool. At Oxford, she taught Physical Geography for several Colleges, most notably Mansfield College, where she is an Emerita Fellow and Regent’s Park College. She has contributed to Final Honours School options, such as Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation and the Masters in Environmental Change and Management. She was also on the staff of the Environmental Change Institute, where she carried out her research and was the Leader of the Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Climate Adaptation group. She has been an invited expert for a number of EU initiatives, most notable around nature-based solutions. She was a Chapter Author for Nature’s benefits to people and quality of life in the IPBES Europe and Central Asia Assessment and a Contributing Author for the IPCC (2022) Working Group II Europe chapter. She was a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Environmental Science and Policy and is on the Editorial Board of UCL Open Environment. Also, she was a Systems Fellow in Rural Land Use at Defra (2020-22) and is on their Environmental Land Management Ecology and Ecosystem Service Expert Panel.


Pam’s research interests include the global and regional scale integrated assessment of climate change impacts and adaptation; the impacts of mitigation and adaptation measures on biodiversity; modelling the impacts of climate change on biodiversity, its vulnerability and the implications of conservation; ecosystem services and environmental change, and in particular how the ecosystem approach relates to traditional approaches to conservation. More recently she has explored the concept of nature-based solutions and how they can address societal challenges. Throughout her research career she has been interested in the translation of science into policy through stakeholder engagement and, through her work with Defra, the need for a more systemic approach.


UK Climate Change Risk Assessment 3

UK Climate Change Risk Assessment 3 (CCRA 3) provides an analysis of all the climate change risks and opportunities for the UK and the evidence base to inform Government-led national adaptation programmes. Pam was a Lead Author for the Natural Environment and Assets chapter.


Managing the risks, impacts and uncertainties of drought and water scarcity (MaRIUS) explored a risk-based approach to the management of droughts and water scarcity including developing an integrated suite of models of drought processes and impacts of water scarcity. Pam was particularly involved in developing the work on the impacts of drought on ecosystems and their ecology.


Impacts and risks from high-end scenarios: Strategies for innovative solutions (IMPRESSIONS) aimed to support decision-makers through the co-production of a set of innovative and effective policy strategies and measures in key social, economic, and environmental sectors based on an improved quantification and assessment of the cross-sectoral impacts and vulnerabilities associated with high-end scenarios, and by appraising the risks, opportunities and uncertainties for different adaptation and mitigation pathways to address these impacts and vulnerabilities across scales.

Tools for planning and evaluating urban green infrastructure: Bicester and beyond

This project aimed to test a range of existing tools for planning and evaluating green infrastructure, using the rapidly expanding town of Bicester in Oxfordshire as a case study.


Biodiversity in the balance – mitigation and adaptation conflicts and synergies

Berry, P.

2010 | Pensoft Publishing, Sofia, Bulgaria
ISBN: 9789546425164


Book chapters and key report chapters

  • IPCC (2022). Working Group II Europe chapter Contributing Author.
  • Berry, P. and Brown, I. (2021). National environment and assets. In: The Third UK Climate Change Risk Assessment Technical Report. Betts, R.A., Haward, A.B. and Pearson, K.V. (eds.). Prepared for the Climate Change Committee, London.
  • Berry, P. (2021). Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity: The Role of Nature-based Solutions. In Our Warming Planet: Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation. Rosenzweig, C., Parry, M, & De Mel, M. (Eds.). Vol. 2. World Scientific, doi:10.1142/12312.
  • Gómez-Baggethun, E., Barton, D.N., Berry, P., Dunford, R. and Harrison, P.A. (2016). Concepts and Methods in Ecosystem Services Valuation. Chapter 8 in, Potschin, M., Haines-Young, R., Fish, R. and Turner, R.K. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Ecosystem Services. Routledge.
  • Brown, I., Bardgett, R. Berry, P. et al. (2016). UK Climate Change Risk Assessment. Chapter 3: Natural environment and natural assets. In: The Second UK Climate Change Risk Assessment Technical Report. Prepared for the Climate Change Committee, London.
  • Berry P. et al. (2016). Ecosystem Services Bundles. In: Potschin, M. and K. Jax (eds): OpenNESS Ecosystem Services Reference Book. EC FP7 Grant Agreement no. 308428.
  • Turkelboom F., Thoonen M., Jacobs S., García-Llorente M., Martín-López B. and Berry P. (2016). Ecosystem services trade-offs and synergies. In: Potschin, M. and K. Jax (eds): OpenNESS Reference Book.
  • Smith, A.C., Berry, P.M. and Harrison, P.A. (2016). Sustainable Ecosystem Management. In, Potschin, M. and Jax, K. (eds.) ): OpenNESS Ecosystem Services Reference Book. EC FP7 Grant Agreement no. 308428.
  • Potschin, M.; Kretsch, C.; Haines-Young, R., E. Furman, Berry, P., Baró, F. (2016). Nature-based solutions. In: Potschin, M. and K. Jax (eds): OpenNESS Ecosystem Services Reference Book. EC FP7 Grant Agreement no. 308428.
  • Berry, P. Ramirez-Villegas, J., Bramley, H., Mgonja, M. A. and Mohanty, S. (2014). Regional impacts of climate change on agriculture and the role of adaptation. In Plant Genetic Resources and Climate Change Jackson, M., Ford-Lloyd, B. & Parry, M. (eds).
  • Berry P.M. (2012). Plant vulnerability to climate change. In, McGraw-Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, 13thedition, New York, pp. 822-825.
  • Berry, P. (2012). Habitat Sensitivity to Climate Change. In Ellwanger, G., Symank,A. and Paulsch. C. (Eds.) Natura 2000 and Climate Change – a Challenge. Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt, Heft 118, Bonn, Germany 2012, p111-122.
  • Berry P.M. and Hopkins, J. (2011). Status and changes in the UK’s ecosystems and their services to society: a synthesis for England. In UK National Ecosystem Assessment Technical Report, UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, pp693-774.
  • Watson, R. and Albon, S. (Coordinating Lead Authors) and 46 authors including Berry, P. (2011). UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Synthesis of the Key Findings. UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge.
  • Berry, P.M. (2011). Integrating biodiversity conservation in to other mitigation and adaptation activities: how to build synergistic outcomes that benefit both. Expert Box in Richardson, K., Steffen, W. and Liverman, D. (Eds.) Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges & Decisions, Cambridge University Press, 439-441.
  • Berry, P.M. and Paterson, J.S. (2010). Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Measures and Biodiversity. In Atlas of Biodiversity Risk J. Settele, R. Grabaum, V. Grobelnick, V. Hammen, S. Klotz, L. Penev, I. Kühn (eds.). Pensoft, Sofia, Moscow.
  • Broadmeadow, M.S.J. Webber, J. Ray, D. and Berry, P. (2009). An assessment of likely future impacts of climate change on UK forests. In Read, D., Freer-Smith, P.H., Morison, J., Hanley, N., West, C., Snowdon, P. and Broadmeadow, M. (eds). 2009. Combating climate change – a role for UK forests. An assessment of the potential of the UK’s trees and woodlands to mitigate and adapt to climate change. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.
  • Berry, P. (2009). Costing Adaptation for Natural Ecosystems. In Parry, M., Arnell, N., Berry, P., Dodman, D., Fankhauser, S., Hope, C., Kovats, S., Nicholls, N., Satterthwaite, D., Tiffin, R. and Wheeler, T. Assessing the costs of adaptation to climate change: A critique of the UNFCCC estimates. IIED, London, pp90-99.
  • Berry P.M. (2004). Plant vulnerability to climate change. In McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, New York, 259-261.
  • Berry, P.M., Dawson, T. P., Harrison, P.A. and Pearson, R.G., (2003). Climate Change – all change? Modelling habitat and species’ distributions: a Yorkshire perspective. In Atherden, M. (Ed.) Global Warming: a Yorkshire Perspective, PLACE, York, 97-109.
  • Berry, P.M., Dawson, T.P., Harrison, P.A., and Pearson, R.G. (2002). Impacts on native woodland dynamics and distribution. In: Broadmeadow, M. S. J. (Ed.) Climate change and UK forests. Forestry Commission Bulletin 124. Forestry Commission. Edinburgh, pp169-180.

Academic papers

  • Brown, I. and Berry, P. (2022). National Climate Change Risk Assessments to inform adaptation policy priorities and environmental sustainability outcomes: a knowledge systems perspective. Climatic Change. doi: 10.1007/s10584-022-03464-2
  • Choi, C., Berry, P. and Smith, A. (2021). The climate benefits, co-benefits, and trade-offs of green infrastructure: a systematic literature review. Journal of Environmental Management, 291. 112583.
  • Yu J., Berry, P., Guillod B.P., Hickler T. (2021). Climate change impacts on the future of forests in Great Britain Frontiers in Environmental Science, 9. doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2021.640530.     
  • Seddon, N., Chausson, A., Berry, P.M., Girardin, C., Smith, A.C. and Turner, B. (2020). Understanding the value and limits of nature-based solutions to climate change and other global challenges. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 375(1794).
  • Harrison, P.A., Jäger, J., Frantzeskaki, N. et al. (2019). Understanding high-end climate change: from impacts to co-creating integrated and transformative solutions. Reg Environ Change, 19: 621. doi: 10.1007/s10113-019-01477-9
  • Seddon, N., Turner, B., Berry, P., Chausson, A. and Girardin, C.A.J. (2019). Grounding nature-based climate solutions in sound biodiversity science. Nature Climate Change, 82-87.
  • Tabara, J.D., Frantzeskaki, N., Holscher, K., Pedde, S., Kok, K., Lamperti, F., Christensen, J.H., Jager, J. and Berry, P. (2018). Positive tipping points in a rapidly warming world. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 31: 120-129.
  • García-Llorente, M., Harrison, P.A., Berry, P., Palomo, I., Gómez-Baggethun, E., Iniesta-Arandia, I., Montes, C., García del Amo, D and Martín-López, B. (2018). What can conservation strategies learn from the ecosystem services approach? Insights from ecosystem assessments in two Spanish Protected Areas. Biodiversity and Conservation, 27, 1575-1597.
  • Pascual, U., … Berry, P. et al. (2017). Valuing nature’s contributions to people: the IPBES approach. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 26: 7-16.
  • Raymond, C.M., Frantzeskaki, N., Kabisch, N., Berry, P., Breil, M., Nita, M.R., Geneletti, D. and Calfapietra, C. (2017). A framework for assessing and implementing the co-benefits of nature-based solutions in urban areas. Environmental Science and Policy, 77: 15-24.
  • Priess, J.A., Hauck, J., Haines-Young, R., Alkemade, R., Mandryk, M., Veerkamp, C., Gyorgyi, B., Dunford, R., Berry, P., et al., (2017). New EU-scale environmental scenarios until 2050 – Scenario process and initial scenario applications. Ecosystem Services, 22, 542-551.
  • Bouwma, I., Schleyer, C., Primmer, E., Winkler, K.J., Berry, P.M., et al (2017). Adoption of the ecosystem services concept in EU policies. Ecosystem Services. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.02.014
  • García-Llorente, M., I. Iniesta-Arandia, I., Willaarts, B.A. Harrison, P.A., Berry, P.M. et al. (2015). Biophysical and sociocultural factors underlying spatial trade-offs of ecosystem services in semiarid watersheds. Ecology and Society, 20(3):39. doi: 10.5751/ES-07785-200339
  • Harrison, P.A., Holman, I.P., Berry, P.M. (2015). Assessing cross-sectoral climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation: an introduction to the CLIMSAVE project. Climatic Change, 128, 153–167. doi: 10.1007/s10584-015-1324-3
  • Brown, I., Berry, P. et al. (2015). Identifying robust response options to manage environmental change using an Ecosystem Approach: A stress-testing case study for the UK. Environmental Science & Policy, 52, 74-88.
  • Skourtos, M., Tourkolias, C., Damigos, D., Kontogianni, A., Harrison, P.A. and Berry, P. (2015). Incorporating cross-sectoral effects into analysis of the cost-effectiveness of climate change adaptation measures. Climatic Change, 128(3), 307-321. doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1168-2
  • Berry, P., Brown, S., Chen, M., Kontogianni, A., Rowlands, O., Simpson, G. and Skourtos, M. (2015). Cross-sectoral interactions of adaptation and mitigation measures. Climatic Change, 128(3): 381-393. doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1214-0
  • Chen, M., Sun, F., Berry, P., Tinch, R., Ju, H. and Lin, E. (2015). Integrated assessment of China’s adaptive capacity to climate change with a capital approach. Climatic Change: doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1163-7
  • Li, Y., Xiong, W., Hu, W., Berry, P., Ju, H., Lin, E., Wang, W., Li, K and Pan, J. (2015). Integrated assessment of China’s agricultural vulnerability to climate change: a multi-indicator approach. Climatic Change. doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1165-5
  • Harrison, P.A., Berry, P.M., Simpson, G., Haslett, J.R., Blicharska, M., Bucur, M., Dunford, R., Egoh, B., Garcia-Llorente, M., Geamana, N., Geertsema, W., Lommelen, E., Meiresonne, L. and Turkelboom, F. (2014). Linkages between biodiversity attributes and ecosystem services: A systematic review. Ecosystem Services. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2014.05.006
  • Burch, S., Berry, P.M. and Sanders, M. (2014). Embedding climate change adaptation in biodiversity conservation: A case study of England. Environmental Science and Policy, 37, 79-90.
  • Warren,R., Lowe, J. A., Arnell, N. W., Hope, C., Berry, P., Brown, S., Gambhir, A.,   Gosling, S. N., Nicholls, R. J., O’Hanley, J., Osborn, T. J., Osborne, T., Price, J., Raper, S. C. B., Rose, G. and Vanderwal, J. (2013). The AVOID programme’s new simulations of the global benefits of stringent climate change mitigation. Climatic Change. doi: 10.1007/s10584-013-0814-4
  • Ogawa-Onishi, Y. and Berry, P.M.  (2013). Ecological impacts of climate change in Japan: The importance of integrating local and international publications. Biological Conservation, 157, 361-371.
  • R.L. Wilby, H. Orr, G. Watts, R.W. Battarbee, P.M. Berry, R. Chadd, S.J. Dugdale, M.J. Dunbar, J.A. Elliott, C. Extence, D.M. Hannah, N. Holmes, A.C. Johnson, B. Knights, N.J. Milner, S.J. Ormerod, D. Solomon, R. Timlett, P.J. Whitehead and P.J. Wood (2010). Evidence needed to manage freshwater ecosystems in a changing climate: Turning adaptation principles into practice. Science of the Total Environment, 408: 4150–4164. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2010.05.014
  • Berry, P., Ogawa-Onishi, Y. and McVey, A. (2013). The Vulnerability of Threatened Species: Adaptive Capability and Adaptation Opportunity. Biology, 2(3): 872-893.
  • Ogawa-Onishi, Y., Berry, P.M. and Tanaka, N. (2010). Assessing the potential impacts of climate change and their conservation implications in Japan: A case study of conifers. Biological Conservation. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2010.04.021
  • Haslett, J.R., Berry, P.M., Bela, G., Jongman, R.H.J., Pataki, G., Samways M.J. and Zobel, M. (2010). Changing conservation strategies in Europe: a framework integrating ecosystem services and dynamics. Biodiversity and Conservation, 19, 2963–2977. 
  • Harrison, P.A., Vandewalle, M., Sykes M.T., Berry, P.M., Bugter, R., de Bello, F., Feld, C.K., Grandin, U., Harrington, R., Haslett, J.R., Jongman, R.H.G., Luck, G.W., da Silva, P.M., Moora, M., Settele, J., Sousa, J.P. & Zobel, M. (2010). Identifying and prioritising services in European terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems. Biodiversity and Conservation, 19, 2791–2821.
  • Berry, P.M. and Paterson, J.S. (2009). Energy mitigation, adaptation and biodiversity: synergies and antagonisms. Beyond Kyoto: Addressing the Challenges of Climate Change. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8, 012023. doi:10.1088/1755-1315/8/1/012023.
  • Parry, M., Arnell, N., Berry, P., Dodman, D., Fankhauser, S., Hope, C., Kovats, S., Nicholls, N., Satterthwaite, D., Tiffin, R., Wheeler, T., Lowe, J. and Hanson, C. (2009). Adaptation to climate change: Assessing the costs. Environment, 51 (6): 29-36.
  • Luck, G.W., Harrington, R., Harrison, P.A., Kremen, C., Berry, P.M., Bugter, R., Dawson, T.P., de Bello, F., Dia, S., Feld, C.K., Haslett, J.R., Hering, D., Kontogianni, A., Lavorel, S., Rounsevell, M., Samways, M.J., Sandin, L., Settele, J., Sykes, M.T., Van de Hove, S., Vandewalle, M., & Zobel, M. (2009). Quantifying the contribution of organisms to the provision of ecosystem services. Bioscience, 59(3), 223-235.
  • Kühn, I., Sykes, M.T., Berry, P.M., et al. (2008). MACIS: Minimisation of and adaptation to climate change impacts on biodiversity. ^ (4): 393-395.
  • Vos, C., Berry, P., Opdam, P., Baveco, H., Nijhof, B., O’Hanley, J. and Thomson, C. (2008). Adapting landscapes to climate change: identifying priority regions and spatial strategies for biodiversity conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology, 45, 1722-1731.
  • Paterson, J.S., Araújo, M.B., Berry, P.M., Piper, J.M., and Rounsevell, M.D.A.R. (2008) Mitigation, adaptation and the threat to biodiversity. Conservation Biology, 22, 1352-1355.
  • I. Holman, M. Rounsevell, P. Berry, R. Nicholls. (2008). Development and application of participatory integrated assessment software to support local/regional impact and adaptation assessment. Climatic Change, 90(1-2): 1-4.
  • I. Holman, M. Rounsevell, G. Cojacaru, S. Shackley, C. McLachlan, E. Audsley, P. Berry, C. Fontaine, P. Harrison, C. Henriques, M. Mokrech, R. Nicholls, K. Pearn, J. Richards. (2008). The concepts and development of a participatory regional integrated assessment tool. Climatic Change, 90 (1-2): 5-30.
  • E. Audsley, K. Pearn, P. Harrison, P. Berry. (2008). The impact of future socio-economic and climate changes on agricultural land use and the wider environment in East Anglia and North West England using a metamodel system. Climatic Change, 90 (1-2): 57-88.
  • P. Harrison, P. Berry, C. Henriques, I. Holman. (2008). Impacts of socio-economic and climate change scenarios on wetlands: linking water resource and biodiversity meta-models. Climatic Change, 90 (1-2): 113-139.
  • J. Richards, M. Mokrech, P. Berry, R. Nicholls. (2008). Regional assessment of climate change. Climatic Change, 90, 1-2, 141-167.
  • Trivedi, M.R., Morecroft, M.D., Berry, P.M. and Dawson, T.P. (2008). Potential effects of climate change on plant communities in three montane nature reserves in Scotland, UK. Biological Conservation, 141, 1665-1675.
  • Trivedi, M.R., Berry, P.M., Morecroft, M.D. and Dawson, T.P. (2008). Spatial scale affects bioclimate model projections of climate change impacts on mountain plants. Global Change Biology, 14, 1089-1103.
  • Thuiller, W., Albert, C., Araújo, M.B., Berry, P.M., Guisan, A., Hickler, T., Midgley, G.F., Paterson, J., Schurr, F.M., Sykes, M.T. and Zimmermann, N.E. (2008). Predicting global change impacts on plant species distributions: future challenges. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 9, 137-152.
  • Trivedi, M.R., Browne, M.K., Berry, P.M., Dawson, T.P. and  Morecroft, M.D. (2007). Projecting Climate Change Impacts on Mountain Snow Cover in Central Scotland from Historical Patterns. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 39 (3), 488-499.
  • Berry, P.M., Rounsevell, M.D.A., Harrison, P.A. and Audsley, E. (2006). Assessing the vulnerability of agricultural land use and species to climate change and the role of policy in facilitating adaptation. Environmental Science and Policy, 9, 189-204.
  • Rounsevell, M.D.A. Berry, P.M. Harrison, P.A. (2006). Future environmental change impacts on rural land use and biodiversity: a synthesis of the ACCELERATES project. Environmental Science and Policy­, 9, 93-100.
  • del Barrio, G., Harrison, P.A., Berry, P.M. and Butt, N., (2006). Impacts of climate change on species’ distributions in a temperate and a Mediterranean area: comparison and implications for policy.  Environmental Science and Policy, 9, 129-147.
  • Harrison, P.A., Berry, P.M., Butt, N. and New, M. (2006). Modelling climate change impacts on species’ distributions at the European scale: Implications for conservation policy. Environmental Science and Policy, 9, 116-128.
  • I.P. Holman, R.J. Nicholls, P.M. Berry, P.A. Harrison, E. Audsley S. Shackley and M.D.A. Rounsevell (2005).  A regional, multi-sectoral and integrated assessment of the impacts of climate and socio-economic change in the UK: II Results. Climatic Change, 71, 9-41.
  • I.P. Holman, M.D.A. Rounsevell, S. Shackley, P.A. Harrison, R.J. Nicholls, P.M. Berry and E. Audsley (2005).  A regional, multi-sectoral and integrated assessment of the impacts of climate and socio-economic change in the UK: I Methodology. Climatic Change, 71, 43-73.
  • Liu, C., Berry, P.M., Dawson, T.P. and Pearson, R.P. (2005). Selecting thresholds of occurrence in the prediction of species distributions. Ecography, 28, 385-393.
  • Berry, P. M., Dawson, T. P., Harrison, P. A., Pearson, R. G.  and Butt, N. (2003). The sensitivity and vulnerability of terrestrial habitats and species in Britain and Ireland to climate change. Journal for Nature Conservation 11, 15-23.
  • Harrison, P.A., Vanhinsbergh, D.P., Fuller, R.J. and Berry, P.M. (2003) Modelling climate change impacts on the distribution of breeding birds in Britain and Ireland. Journal for Nature Conservation 11, 31-42.
  • Dawson, T.P., Berry, P.M.  and Kampa, E. (2003) Climate change impacts on freshwater wetland habitats. Journal for Nature Conservation 11, 25-30.
  • Harrison, P.A., Berry, P.M.  and Dawson, T.P.  (2003) Modelling natural resource responses to climate change (the MONARCH project): an introduction. Journal for Nature Conservation 11, 1-4
  • P. M. Berry, Dawson, T.P.,  Harrison, P.A.,and Pearson, R.G. (2002) Modelling potential impacts of climate change on the bioclimatic envelope of species in Britain and Ireland. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 11(6), 453-462.
  • Pearson, R.G., Dawson, T.P., Berry, P.M. and Harrison, P.A. (2002). SPECIES: a spatial evaluation of climate impact on the envelope of species. Ecological Modelling, 154/3, 289-300.
  • Berry, P.M. (2002). Climate Change - what could 2050 look like? Enact, 10, 13-16.
  • Pearson, R.G., Dawson, T.P., Berry, P.M., Harrison, P.A. and Lampinen, R.  (2000). Neural Network Modelling of the Potential Redistribution of Plant Species in Response to Climate Change.  In Sincak, P. and Vascak, J. (eds.) Quo Vadis Computational Intelligence? New Trends and Approaches in Computational Intelligence, pp. 112-119, Springer-Verlag, Germany (ISBN 3-7908-1324-9).

Key reports

  • McGonigle, D.F., Berry, P., Boons, F.,… (2021). A Primer for Integrating Systems Approaches into Defra. Report from the Defra Systems Research Programme. Integrating a systems approach into Defra.
  • Berry, P., Betts, R., Harrison, P. and Sanchez-Arcilla, A. (2017). High-End Climate Change in Europe: Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation. Pensoft Publishers, Bulgaria.
  • Raymond, C.M., Berry, P., Breil, M., Nita, M.R., Kabisch, N., de Bel, M., Enzi, V., Frantzeskaki, N., Geneletti, D., et al. (2017). An Impact Evaluation Framework to Support Planning and Evaluation of Nature-based Solutions Projects. Report prepared by the EKLIPSE Expert Working Group on Nature-based Solutions to Promote Climate Resilience in Urban Areas. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford, United Kingdom.
  • Maes J., Teller A., Erhard M., Liquete C., Braat L., Berry P., Egoh B., et al. (2013). Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystems and their Services. An analytical framework for ecosystem assessments under action 5 of the EU biodiversity strategy to 2020. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg.
  • Dunford, R.W. and Berry, P. M. (2012). Climate change modelling of English amphibians and reptiles: Report to Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust (ARC-Trust).
  • Naumann, S., Anzaldua, G., Berry, P., Burch,S., Davis, McK, Frelih-Larsen, A. Gerdes, H. and Sanders, M. (2011). Assessment of the potential of ecosystem-based approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation in Europe. Final report to the European Commission, DG Environment, Contract no. 070307/2010/580412/SER/B2, Ecologic institute and Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University Centre for the Environment.
  • Berry, P., Onishi, Y. and Paterson, J. (2012). Understanding the implications of Climate Change for woodland biodiversity and community functioning. Report for the Forestry Commission (UK).
  • Berry, P., Burch, S. and Sanders, M. (2011). EMBEDS: embedding biodiversity adaptation principles. Report to Defra, Contract no: CR0488.
  • Berry, P.M. and Onishi, Y. (2010). Climate Change Impacts on WWF Global Priority Species. Report to WWF-UK.
  • Haines-Young, R., Berry, P., Harrison, P., Mercer, R., Potschin, M. and Silfwerbrand, G. (2010). The Resilience of Ecosystems to Environmental Change (RECCE). Report to Defra.
  • Bain, V., Berry, P. Di Maurio, M., Graves, A., Paterson, J., Rance, J., Wade, S. and Weatherhead, K. (2010). Understanding the factors influencing the practical application of UK Climate Projections 2009 to land management for environmental benefit. Report to Defra, pp98.
  • Berry, P.M. and Paterson, J.S. (2009). Impacts of Climate Change on Burnham Beeches. Report to the City of London, pp50.
  • Berry, P.M. (2008). Climate Change and the vulnerability of Bern Convention species and habitats.  Report to Group of Experts on Biodiversity and Climate Change, Council of Europe.
  • Berry, P.M. et al. (2008). Meta-analysis of adaptation and mitigation measures across the EU25 and their impacts and recommendations how negative impacts can be avoided. MACIS Deliverable, pdf
  • Holman, I.P., Berry, P.M., Mokrech, M., Richards, J.A., Audsley, E., Harrison, P.A., Rounsevell, M.D.A., Nicholls, R.J., Shackley, S., Henriques, C. (2007). Simulating the effects of future climate and socio-economic change in East Anglia and North West England: the RegIS2 project. Summary Report. UKCIP, Oxford 2007.
  • Berry, P.M., Jones, A.P., Nicholls, R.J. and Vos, C.C. (eds.) (2007). Assessment of the vulnerability of terrestrial and coastal habitats and species in Europe to climate change, Annex 2 of Planning for biodiversity in a changing climate - BRANCH project Final Report, Natural England, UK.
  • Berry, P.M., O’Hanley, J.R., Thomson, C.L., Harrison, P.A, Masters, G.J. and Dawson, T.P. (Eds.) (2007). Modelling Natural Resource Responses to Climate Change (MONARCH): MONARCH 3 Contract report. UKCIP Technical Report, Oxford.
  • Walmsley, C.A., Smithers, R.J., Berry, P.M., Harley, M., Stevenson, M.J. and Catchpole, R. (Eds) (2007). MONARCH - Modelling Natural Resource Responses to Climate Change: a synthesis for biodiversity conservation. UKCIP, Oxford.
  • Berry, P. O'Hanley, J. and Thomson, C. (2007). Spatial Planning for Chalk Grassland and Heathland Habitats in Hampshire, pdf Technical report. Natural England, Peterborough, England.
  • Wood, P., Berry, P.M. and Lonsdale, K. (2006) Future Landscape Scenarios around Little Wittenham, South Oxfordshire. Report to the Northmoor Trust.
  • Berry, P.M.  and Harley, M. (2006). Climate change, biodiversity and regional policy development. English Nature report.
  • Berry, P.M., Harrison, P.A., Dawson, T.P. and Walmsley, C.A. (2005). Climate change and nature conservation in the UK and Ireland: modelling natural resource responses to climate change (MONARCH2). UKCIP report.
  • Watkiss, P., Evans, S., Wasilewski, C. and Mayhew, J., in collaboration with Wade, S., Hunt, A., Berry. P. and Baker, E. (2005). Business Risks of Climate Change to Public Sector Organisations in Scotland. Report to SNIFFER.
  • Berry, P. M. and Butt, N. (2004). Extension to ACCELERATES: Climate Change Impacts and Responses in the UK. Report to Defra.
  • Berry, P.M., Harrison, P.A. and Dawson, T.P. (eds.) (2003). Modelling natural resource responses to climate change (MONARCH). A Local Approach. Report to English Nature.
  • Berry, P. M. and Butt, N. (2002). Climate Change Impacts on Raised Peatbogs: a case study of Thorne, Crowle, Goole and Hatfield Moors. English Nature Research Report No. 457, Peterborough.
  • Climate Changes and Scotland’s Natural Heritage: an environmental audit (1999). Hill, M.O., Downing, T.E.D., Berry, P.M., Coopins, B.J., Hammond, P.S., Marquiss, M., Roy, D.B., Telfer, M.G. and Welch, D. Scottish Natural Heritage Research Report No. 132.