Cohen, Daniel Aldana. 2020. New York City As “Fortress of Solitude” After Hurricane Sandy: A Relational Sociology of Extreme Weather’s Impact on Climate Politics. Environmental Politics. DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2020.1816380.

Pre-print, no paywall.

Cohen, Daniel Aldana and Thea Riofrancos. 2020. Latin America’s Green New Deal. NACLA Report on the Americas. (52)2: 117-121. DOI: 10.1080/10714839.2020.1768726

Cohen, Daniel Aldana. 2020. Confronting the Urban Climate Emergency: Critical Urban Studies in the Age of a Green New Deal. City: Analysis of Urban Change, Theory, Action. (24)1-2 (February-April 2020): doi.org/10.1080/13604813.2020.1739435

Rice, Jennifer, Daniel Aldana Cohen, Joshua Long, Jason Jurjevich. 2019. Contradictions of the Climate‐Friendly City: New Perspectives on Eco‐Gentrification and Housing JusticeInternational Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Online first. DOI: 10.1111/1468-2427.12740

Cohen, Daniel Aldana. 2018. Water Crisis and Eco-Apartheid in São Paulo: Beyond Naive Optimism About Climate-Linked Disasters. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. “Spotlight on Parched Cities, Parched People” series. November.

Wachsmuth, David, Daniel Aldana Cohen, and Hillary Angelo. 2016. Expand the frontiers of urban sustainability. Nature, 536:7618, 391-393. DOI: 10.1038/536391a

Cohen, Daniel Aldana. 2016. The Rationed City: The politics of water, housing, and land use in drought-parched São Paulo. Public Culture, 28:2, 261-289.

Cohen, Daniel Aldana and Max Liboiron. 2016. New York’s Two Sandys. Metropolics. 20 October 2014.

Under review:

Graetz, Nick, Kevin Ummel, and Daniel Aldana Cohen. Small-Area Analyses Using Public American Community Survey Data: A Tree-Based Spatial Microsimulation Technique. 

     —Working paper available: Social Science Research Network. Uploaded April 13. https://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3574679