Saaroni, H., D. Pearlmutter, T. Hatuka (2015) Human-biometeorological conditions and thermal perception in a Mediterranean coastal urban park, International Journal of Biometeorology 59:1347-1362.
Huberman, N., D. Pearlmutter, E. Gal, I.A. Meir (2015) Optimizing Structural Roof Form for Life-Cycle Energy Efficiency, Energy and Buildings 104:336–349.
Snir, K., D. Pearlmutter, E. Erell (2016) The moderating effect of water-efficient ground cover vegetation on pedestrian thermal stress, Landscape and Urban Planning 152:1-12.
Machline E., M. Schwartz, D. Pearlmutter (2016) Parisian eco-districts: low energy and affordable housing? Building Research and Information 46(6):636-652.
Pearlmutter D., P. Berliner (2017) Experiments with a 'psychrometric' roof pond system for passive cooling in hot-arid regions, Energy and Buildings 144:295-302.
Florentin Y., D. Pearlmutter, B. Givoni, E. Gal (2017) A life-cycle energy and carbon analysis of hemp-lime bio-composite building materials, Energy and Buildings 156:293-305.
Ugolini, F., G. Sanesi, A. Steidle, D. Pearlmutter (2018) Speaking 'Green': A Worldwide Survey on Collaboration among Stakeholders in Urban Park Design and Management. Forests - MDPI 9(8):458-478.
Brychkov, D., Y. Garb, D. Pearlmutter (2018) The influence of climatocultural background on outdoor thermal perception. International Journal of Biometeorology 62(10):1873-1886.
Massetti L., M. Petralli, M. Napoli, G. Brandani, S. Orlandini, D. Pearlmutter (2019) Effects of deciduous shade trees on surface temperature and pedestrian thermal stress during summer and autumn. International Journal of Biometeorology 63(4): 467–479.
Pearlmutter D., D. Theochari, T. Nehls, P. Pinho, P. Piro, A. Korolova, S. Papaefthimiou, M.C. Garcia Mateo, C. Calheiros, I. Zluwa, U. Pitha, P. Schosseler, Y. Florentin, S. Ouannou, E. Gal, A. Aicher, K. Arnold, E. Igondová, B. Pucher (2020) Enhancing the circular economy with nature-based solutions in the built urban environment: green building materials, systems and sites. Blue-Green Systems 2(1):46–72.