Green D (2006) Climate Change and Health: Impacts on Remote Indigenous Communities in Northern Australia CSIRO research paper #12 (CSIRO, Aspendale)
Green D (2006) How Might Climate Change Affect Island Culture in the in the Torres Strait? CSIRO research paper # 11 (CSIRO, Aspendale)
Green, D. (2007). Culture and Climate Change: Impacts for Indigenous Australians. Just Policy: a journal of Australian social policy, (46), 18-20.
Green, D., & Ruddock, K. (2009). Climate change impacts in the Torres Strait, Australia. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7(8).
Green, D., & Ruddock, K. (2009). Could litigation help Torres Strait Islanders deal with climate impacts?. Sustainable Development Law and Policy, 9(2), 23-30.
Green, D., King, U., & Morrison, J. (2009). Disproportionate burdens: The multidimensional impacts of climate change on the health of Indigenous Australians. Medical Journal of Australia, 190, 4-5.
Green, D., Alexander, L., Mcinnes, K., Church, J., & White, N. (2010). An assessment of climate change impacts and adaptation for the Torres Strait Islands, Australia. Climatic Change, 102(3-4), 405-433.
Green, D., Billy, J., & Tapin, A. (2010). Indigenous Australians’ knowledge of weather and climate. Climatic Change, 100(2), 337-354
Green, D., & Raygorodetsky, G. (2010). Indigenous knowledge of a changing climate. Climatic Change, 100(2), 239-242
Ruddock, K., & Green, D. (2011). What legal recourse do non-state Islands have to obtain resources to adapt to climate change?. Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law, 7(2), 69-91.
Green, D., Niall, S., & Morrison, J. (2012). Bridging the gap between theory and practice in climate change vulnerability assessments for remote Indigenous communities in northern Australia. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 17(3), 295-315
O'Neill, C., Green, D., & Lui, W. (2012). How to make climate change research relevant for Indigenous communities in Torres Strait, Australia. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability,
Green, D., & Minchin, L. (2012). The co-benefits of carbon management on country. Nature Climate Change, 2(9), 641-643
Green, D., & Minchin, L. (2014). Living on climate-changed country: Indigenous health, well-being and climate change in remote Australian communities. EcoHealth, 11(2), 263-272.
Webb, L., Bambrick, H., Tait, P., Green, D., & Alexander, L. (2014). Effect of ambient temperature on Australian northern territory public hospital admissions for cardiovascular disease among indigenous and non-indigenous populations. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(2), 1942-1959.
Chakraborty, J., & Green, D. (2014). Australia's first national level quantitative environmental justice assessment of industrial air pollution. Environmental Research Letters, 9(4).
Green, D., Green, D., & Dobbie, B. (2015). Australians are not equally protected from industrial air pollution. Environmental Research Letters, 10(5).
Green, D., Bambrick, H., Tait, P., Goldie, J., Schultz, R., Webb, L., . . . Pitman, A. (2015). Differential Effects of Temperature Extremes on Hospital Admission Rates for Respiratory Disease between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health.
Green, D. (2009). Opal Waters, Rising Seas: How Sociocultural Inequality Reduces Resilience to Climate Change among Indigenous Australians. In S. A. Crate, & M. Nuttall (Eds.), Anthropology and Climate Change (1 ed., pp. 218-227). Walnut Creek, CA. USA: Left Coast Press.
Green, D., & Webb, L. (2015). Climate Change, Health and Well-being in Indigenous Australia. In C. Butler (Ed.), Healthy People, Places and Planet (pp. 365-378).