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.
Goldie, J., Sherwood, S., Green, D., & Alexander, L. (2015). Temperature and Humidity Effects on Hospital Morbidity in Darwin, Australia. Annals of Global Health.
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. (2016). The spatial distribution of extreme climate events, another climate inequity for the world’s most vulnerable people. Environmental Research Letters.
Herold, N., Alexander, L., Green, D., & Donat, M. (2017). Greater increases in temperature extremes in low versus high income countries. Environmental Research Letters, 12(3).
Ma S, A Pitman, J Yang, C Carouge, J Evans, D Green and M Hart (2017) Evaluating the effectiveness of mitigation options on heat stress for Sydney, Australia. JAMA
Gross, M., Alexander L., Macadam I., Green, D., & Evans J. (2017). The representation of health-relevant heatwave characteristics in a Regional Climate Model ensemble for New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Int. J. Climatol..