Social and Political Dimensions of Sustainability

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Afionis S, Sakai M. 2022. Production- and consumption-based accounting: an overview of the debate. In: Jakob M (eds.) Handbook on Trade Policy and Climate Change.
Rattle I, Owen A. 2022. Levelling up or hollowing out? The role of local action in addressing industrial emissions.
Brand-Correa L, Brook A, Büchs M, Meier P, Naik Y, O’Neill DW. 2022. Economics for people and planet—moving beyond the neoclassical paradigm. The Lancet Planetary Health. e371-e379 6.4
Ermolin I, Svolkinas L, Suvorkov P, Holmes G, Goodman SJ. 2022. Fieldwork Challenges Stemming from Doing Studies in Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT). Journal of Economic Sociology. 125-153 23.1
Eze S, Dougill AJ, Banwart SA, Sallu SM, Mgohele RN, Senkoro CJ. 2022. Assessing soil system changes under climate-smart agriculture via farmers’ observations and conventional soil testing. Land Degradation & Development.
Gakou-Kakeu J, Di Gregorio M, Paavola J, Sonwa DJ. 2022. REDD+ policy implementation and institutional interplay: Evidence from three pilot projects in Cameroon. Forest Policy and Economics. 135
Garvey A, Norman JB, Barrett J. 2022. Technology and material efficiency scenarios for net zero emissions in the UK steel sector. Journal of Cleaner Production. 333
Garvey A, Norman JB, Büchs M, Barrett J. 2022. A “spatially just” transition? A critical review of regional equity in decarbonisation pathways. Energy Research & Social Science. 88
Holmes G. 2022. Tell your friends: taking rumour and gossip seriously, but not literally, in biodiversity conservation. Oryx. 1-2 56.1
Holmes G, Clemoes J, Marriott K, Wynne-Jones S. 2022. The politics of the rural and relational values: Contested discourses of rural change and landscape futures in west wales. Geoforum. 153-164 133
Maton A, Clark-Ginsberg A, Sallu S, Ford J. 2022. Disasters and Indigenous peoples: a critical discourse analysis of the expert news media. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.
Middlemiss L. 2022. Who is vulnerable to energy poverty in the Global North, and what is their experience?. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment.
Milheiras SG, Sallu S, Marshall A, Shirima D, Kioko E, Loveridge R, Moore E, Olivier P, Teh YA, Rushton S, Pfeifer M. 2022. A framework to assess forest-agricultural landscape management for socioecological well-being outcomes. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change.
Milheiras SG, Sallu SM, Loveridge R, Nnyiti P, Mwanga L, Baraka E, Lala M, Moore E, Shirima DD, Kioko EN, Marshall AR, Pfeifer M. 2022. Agroecological practices increase farmers’ well-being in an agricultural growth corridor in Tanzania. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 42.4
Palfrey R, Oldekop JA, Holmes G. 2022. Privately protected areas increase global protected area coverage and connectivity. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 730-737 6.6
Sharvini SR, Noor ZZ, Stringer LC, Afionis S, Chong CS. 2022. Energy generation from palm oil mill effluent: A life cycle cost-benefit analysis and policy insights. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 156
Small A, Owen A, Paavola J. 2022. Organizational use of ecosystem service approaches: A critique from a systems theory perspective. Business Strategy and the Environment. 284-296 31.1
Strauß L, Baker TR, de Lima RF, Afionis S, Dallimer M. 2022. Limited integration of biodiversity within climate policy: Evidence from the Alliance of Small Island States. Environmental Science and Policy. 216-227 128
Thew H, Middlemiss L, Paavola J. 2022. “You Need a Month’s Holiday Just to Get over It!” Exploring Young People’s Lived Experiences of the UN Climate Change Negotiations. Sustainability. 14.7
Tripathi H, Kunin WE, Smith HE, Sallu SM, Maurice S, Machera SD, Davies R, Florence M, Eze S, Yamdeu JG, Sait S. 2022. Climate-Smart Agriculture and trade-offs with biodiversity and crop yield. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems.
Walsh A, Olvera-Hernandez S, Mesa-Jurado MA, Borchi A, Novo P, Martin-Ortega J, Holmes G. 2022. Valuing trans-disciplinarity: Forum Theatre in Tabasco and Chiapas, Mexico. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance.
Buchs M, Schnepf SV, Ivanova D. 2022. Options for socially just and effective climate policies – a microsimulation for 27 EU countries.


Favretto N, Shackleton S, Sallu SM, Gordon C, Methner N, Outa G, Sola P, Sikutshwa L, Williams PA. 2021. Collaboration and Multi-Stakeholder Engagement in Landscape Governance and Management in Africa: Lessons from Practice.
Di Gregorio M. 2021. The politics of climate policy integration and land use in Indonesia. In: Marquardt J; Delina LL; Smits M (eds.) Governing Climate Change in Southeast Asia Critical Perspectives.
Larrington-Spencer H, Fenney D, Middlemiss L, Kosanic A. 2021. Disabled Environmentalisms. In: Bell K (eds.) Diversity and Inclusion in Environmentalism.
Afzal N, Afionis S, Stringer LC, Favretto N, Sakai M, Sakai P. 2021. Benefits and Trade-Offs of Smallholder Sweet Potato Cultivation as a Pathway toward Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability. 13.2
Barns DG, Taylor PG, Bale CSE, Owen A. 2021. Important social and technical factors shaping the prospects for thermal energy storage. Journal of Energy Storage. 41
Beattie S, Sallu SM. 2021. How Does Nutrition Feature in Climate-Smart Agricultural Policy in Southern Africa? A Systematic Policy Review. Sustainability. 13.5
Brockhaus M, Di Gregorio M, Djoudi H, Moeliono M, Pham TT, Wong GY. 2021. The forest frontier in the Global South: Climate change policies and the promise of development and equity. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment. 2238-2255 50
Buchs M. 2021. Sustainable welfare: how do Universal Basic Income and Universal Basic Services compare?. Ecological Economics. 189
Buchs M, Mattioli G. 2021. Trends in air travel inequality in the UK: from the few to the many?. Travel Behaviour and Society. 92-101 25
Büchs M. 2021. Sustainable welfare: Independence between growth and welfare has to go both ways. Global Social Policy.
Büchs M, Ivanova D, Schnepf SV. 2021. Fairness, effectiveness, and needs satisfaction: new options for designing climate policies. Environmental Research Letters. 16.12
Carr JA, Petrokofsky G, Spracklen DV, Lewis SL, Roe D, Trull N, Vidal A, Wicander S, Worthington-Hill J, Sallu SM. 2021. Anticipated impacts of achieving SDG targets on forests - a review. Forest Policy and Economics. 126
Creasy A, Lane M, Owen A, Howarth C, van der Horst D. 2021. Representing ‘Place’: City Climate Commissions and the Institutionalisation of Experimental Governance in Edinburgh. Politics and Governance. 64-75 9.2
Dougill AJ, Hermans TDG, Eze S, Antwi-Agyei P, Sallu SM. 2021. Evaluating Climate-Smart Agriculture as Route to Building Climate Resilience in African Food Systems. Sustainability. 13.17
Dyer J, Middlemiss L, Thew H. 2021. Towards just and inclusive community sustainability initiatives: learning from the Mixed Ability movement. justice spatiale - spatial justice. 16
Eze S, Dougill AJ, Banwart SA, Sallu SM, Smith HE, Tripathi HG, Mgohele RN, Senkoro CJ. 2021. Farmers’ indicators of soil health in the African highlands. Catena. 203
Favretto N, Shackleton S, Sallu S, Hoffman T. 2021. Editorial for Special Issue: “Collaboration and MultiStakeholder Engagement in Landscape Governance and Management in Africa: Lessons from Practice“. Land. 10.3
Feenstra M, Middlemiss L, Hesselman M, Straver K, Tirado Herrero S. 2021. Humanising the Energy Transition: Towards a National Policy on Energy Poverty in the Netherlands. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities. 3
Garvey A, Paavola J. 2021. Community action on natural flood management and the governance of a catchment-based approach in the UK. Environmental Policy and Governance.
Gaworek-Michalczenia MF, Sallu SM, Di Gregorio M, Mbogo J. 2021. Evaluating the impact of adaptation interventions on vulnerability and livelihood resilience. Climate and Development.
Giesekam J, Norman J, Garvey A, Betts-Davies S. 2021. Science-Based Targets: On Target?. Sustainability. 13.4
Grainger S, Dessai S, Daron J, Taylor A, Siu YL. 2021. Using expert elicitation to strengthen future regional climate information for climate services. Climate Services.
Gronow A, Brockhaus M, Di Gregorio M, Karimo A, Ylä-Anttila T. 2021. Policy learning as complex contagion: how social networks shape organizational beliefs in forest-based climate change mitigation. Policy Sciences. 529-556 54.3
Holmes G. 2021. Is Wildness Over?. Environment and Society. 252-254 12.1
Holmes G, Carruthers-Jones J, Huggan G, de Smalen ER, Ritson K, Šimková P. 2021. Mainstreaming the humanities in conservation. Conservation Biology.
Hughes H, Vadrot A, Allan JI, Bach T, Bansard JS, Chasek P, Gray N, Langlet A, Leiter T, Marion Suiseeya KR, Martin B, Paterson M, Ruiz-Rodríguez SC, Wysocki IT-V, Tolis V, Thew H, Gonçalves MV, Yamineva Y. 2021. Global environmental agreement-making: Upping the methodological and ethical stakes of studying negotiations. Earth System Governance. 100121-100121 10
Ivanova D, Middlemiss L. 2021. Characterizing the energy use of disabled people in the European Union towards inclusion in the energy transition. Nature Energy. 1188-1197 6
Khosravi F, Taylor A, Siu YL. 2021. Chinese water managers’ long-term climate information needs. Science of the Total Environment. 750
Loveridge R, Marshall AR, Pfiefer M, Rushton S, Nyinti P, Fredy L, Sallu SM. 2021. Pathways to win-wins or trade-offs? How certified community forests impact forest restoration and human wellbeing. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
Loveridge R, Sallu SM, Pfiefer M, Oldekop JA, Mgaya M, da Silva DA, Latham J, Platts PJ, Marshall A. 2021. Certified community forests positively impact human wellbeing and conservation effectiveness and improve the performance of nearby national protected areas. Conservation Letters.
Martin MA, Sendra OA, Bastos A, Bauer N, Bertram C, Blenckner T, Bowen K, Brando PM, Rudolph TB, Büchs M, Bustamante M, Chen D, Cleugh H, Dasgupta P, Denton F, Donges JF, Donkor FK, Duan H, Duarte CM, Ebi KL, Edwards CM, Engel A, Fisher E, Fuss S, Gaertner J, Gettelman A, Girardin CAJ, Golledge NR, Green JF, Grose MR, Hashizume M, Hebden S, Hepach H, Hirota M, Hsu H-H, Kojima S, Lele S, Lorek S, Lotze HK, Matthews HD, McCauley D, Mebratu D, Mengis N, Nolan RH, Pihl E, Rahmstorf S, Redman A, Reid CE, Rockström J, Rogelj J, Saunois M, Sayer L, Schlosser P, Sioen GB, Spangenberg JH, Stammer D, Sterner TNS, Stevens N, Thonicke K, Tian H, Winkelmann R, Woodcock J. 2021. Ten new insights in climate science 2021: a horizon scan. Global Sustainability. 4
Murtagh N, Owen A, Simpson K. 2021. What motivates building repair-maintenance practitioners to include or avoid energy efficiency measures? Evidence from three studies in the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science. 73.1
Murtagh N, Owen A, Simpson K. 2021. Engaging UK repair-maintain-improve practitioners in improved building performance. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation.
Naylor AW, Ford JD, Pearce T, Fawcett D, Clark D, Van Alstine J. 2021. Monitoring the dynamic vulnerability of an Arctic subsistence food system to climate change: The case of Ulukhaktok, NT. PLOS ONE. 16.9
Ofori AD, Mdee A, Van Alstine J. 2021. Politics on display: The realities of artisanal mining formalisation in Ghana. Extractive Industries and Society. 8.4
Pettersson HL, Quinn CH, Holmes G, Sait SM, López-Bao JV. 2021. Welcoming Wolves? Governing the Return of Large Carnivores in Traditional Pastoral Landscapes. Frontiers in Conservation Science. 2
Pfiefer M, Sallu SM, Marshall AR, Rushton S, Moore E, Shirima DD, Smit J, Kioko E, Barnes L, Waite C, Reas L, Braunholtz L, Olivier PI, Bowers S, Guerreiro-Milheiras S. 2021. A systems approach framework for evaluating tree restoration interventions for wellbeing and ecological outcomes in rural tropical landscapes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
Ross A, Van Alstine J, Cotton M, Middlemiss L. 2021. Deliberative democracy and environmental justice: evaluating the role of citizens’ juries in urban climate governance. Local Environment.
Simpson K, Murtagh N, Owen A. 2021. Domestic retrofit: understanding capabilities of micro enterprise building practitioners. Buildings and Cities.
Smith H, Sallu S, Whitfield S, Gaworek-Michalczenia M, Recha JW, Sayula GJ, Mziray S. 2021. Innovation systems and affordances in climate smart agriculture. Journal of Rural Studies. 199-212 87
Taylor AL, Grainger S, Rauto Dessai S, Siu YL, Bruno Soares M. 2021. Communicating uncertainty in climate information for China: Recommendations and lessons learned for climate services. Journal of Meteorological Research. 77-86 35
Thew H, Middlemiss L, Paavola J. 2021. Does youth participation increase the democratic legitimacy of UNFCCC-orchestrated global climate change governance?. Environmental Politics.
Tripathi HG, Smith HE, Sait SM, Sallu SM, Whitfield S, Jankielsohn A, Kunin WE, Mazibuko N, Nyhodo B. 2021. Impacts of COVID-19 on Diverse Farm Systems in Tanzania and South Africa. Sustainability. 13.17
Velenturf APM, Emery AR, Hodgson DM, Barlow NLM, Mohtaj Khorasani AM, Van Alstine J, Peterson EL, Piazolo S, Thorp M. 2021. Geoscience Solutions for Sustainable Offshore Wind Development. Earth Science, Systems and Society. 1
Whitfield S, Apgar M, Chabvuta C, Challinor A, Deering K, Dougill A, Gulzar A, Kalaba F, Lamanna C, Manyonga D, Naess LO, Quinn CH, Rosentock TS, Sallu SM, Schreckenberg K, Smith HE, Smith R, Steward P, Vincent K. 2021. A framework for examining justice in food system transformations research. Nature Food.
Wilson C, Sims S, Dyer J, Handley F. 2021. Identifying opportunities and gaps in current evaluation frameworks – the knowns and unknowns in determining effective student engagement activity. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. 1-14
Siu YL; Willis T; Turner A; Dessai S; Taylor A (2021) An integrated climate and water resources management (iC-WRM) prototype for long term water allocation in the Upper Yellow River Region of China European Meteorological Society 2021 Annual Meeting
Buchs M, Payling R, Hogarth M. 2021. Engaging staff in carbon reduction: an evaluation of Carbon Literacy training: Briefing Paper for Leeds Climate Commission.
Future Earth, Earth League, WCRP, Buchs M. 2021. 10 New Insights in Climate Science 2021.
Killip G, Fawcett T, Jofeh C, Owen A, Topouzi M, Wade F. 2021. Building on our strengths: a market transformation approach to energy retrofit in UK homes.
Lorek S, Gran C, Lavorel C, Tomany S, Oswald Y. 2021. Equitable 1.5-Degree Lifestyles.
Gakou-Kakeu J, Di Gregorio M, Paavola J, Sonwa DJ. 2021. REDD+ policy implementation and institutional interplay: Evidence from three pilot projects in Cameroon.


Bahaj AS, Blunden L, Bourikas L, Buchs M, James P, Wu Y. 2020. Energy, Wellbeing and Cities. In: Boyko CT; Cooper R; Dunn N (eds.) Designing Future Cities for Wellbeing.
Middlemiss L. 2020. Energy poverty: Understanding and addressing systemic inequalities. In: Galvin R (eds.) Inequality and Energy: How Extremes of Wealth and Poverty in High Income Countries Affect CO2 Emissions and Access to Energy.
Murtagh N, Owen AM, Simpson K. 2020. Beyond drivers and barriers: a theoretical framework addressing the engagement of UK construction practitioners in retrofit for energy-efficiency. SEEDS International Conference 2020 Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society
Owen A, Janda KB, Simpson K. 2020. Who are the 'middle actors' in sustainable construction and what do they need to know?. SEEDS Conference 2019: Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society
Afionis S, Mkwambisi DD, Dallimer M. 2020. Lack of Cross-Sector and Cross-Level Policy Coherence and Consistency Limits Urban Green Infrastructure Implementation in Malawi. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 8
Afionis S, Stringer LC. 2020. Fuelling friendships or driving divergence? Legitimacy, coherence, and negotiation in Brazilian perceptions of European and American biofuels governance. Energy Research & Social Science. 67
Ambrosio Albalá P, Bale CSE, Pimm AJ, Taylor PG. 2020. What Makes Decentralised Energy Storage Schemes Successful? An Assessment Incorporating Stakeholder Perspectives. Energies. 13.24
Ambrosio-Albala P, Middlemiss L, Owen A, Hargreaves T, Emmel N, Gilbertson J, Tod A, Snell C, Mullen C, Longhurst N, Gillard R. 2020. From rational to relational: How energy poor households engage with the British retail energy market. Energy Research and Social Science. 70
Ambrosio-Albala P, Upham P, Bale CSE, Taylor PG. 2020. Exploring acceptance of decentralised energy storage at household and neighbourhood scales: A UK survey. Energy Policy. 138
Arbell Y, Middlemiss L, Chatterton P. 2020. Contested Subjectivities in a UK Housing Cooperative: Old Hippies and Thatcher’s Children negotiating the commons. Geoforum. 58-66 110
Chapman S, Birch CE, Pope E, Sallu S, Bradshaw C, Davie J, Marsham JH. 2020. Impact of climate change on crop suitability in sub-Saharan Africa in parameterized and convection-permitting regional climate models. Environmental Research Letters. 15
Dallimer M, Martin-Ortega J, Rendon O, Afionis S, Bark R, Gordon IJ, Paavola J. 2020. Taking stock of the empirical evidence on the insurance value of ecosystems. Ecological Economics. 167
Di Gregorio M, Massarella K, Schroeder H, Brockhaus M, Pham TT. 2020. Building authority and legitimacy in transnational climate change governance: Evidence from the Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force. Global Environmental Change. 64
Doggart N, Morgan-Brown T, Lyimo E, Mbilinyi B, Meshack CK, Sallu SM, Spracklen DV. 2020. Agriculture is the main driver of deforestation in Tanzania. Environmental Research Letters. 15.3
Doggart N, Ruhinduka R, Meshack CK, Ishengoma RC, Morgan-Brown T, Abdallah JM, Spracklen DV, Sallu SM. 2020. The influence of energy policy on charcoal consumption in urban households in Tanzania. Energy for Sustainable Development: the journal of the international energy initiative. 200-213 57
Fanning AL, O'Neill DW, Buchs M. 2020. Provisioning systems for a good life within planetary boundaries. Global Environmental Change. 64
Favretto N, Afionis S, Stringer LC, Dougill AJ, Quinn CH, Ranarijaona HLT. 2020. Delivering Climate-Development Co-Benefits through Multi-Stakeholder Forestry Projects in Madagascar: Opportunities and Challenges. Land. 9.5
Garvey A, Norman J, Owen A, Barrett J. 2020. Towards net zero nutrition: The contribution of demand-side change to mitigating UK food emissions. Journal of Cleaner Production.
Guo X, Zhang X, Du S, Li C, Siu YL, Rong Y, Yang H. 2020. The impact of onshore wind power projects on ecological corridors and landscape connectivity in Shanxi, China. Journal of Cleaner Production. 254
Hargreaves T, Middlemiss L. 2020. The importance of social relations in shaping energy demand. Nature Energy. 195-201 5.3
Holmes G, Marriott K, Briggs C, Wynne-Jones S. 2020. What is Rewilding, How Should it be Done, and Why? A Q-method Study of the Views Held by European Rewilding Advocates. Conservation & Society. 77-88 18.2
Howarth C, Parsons L, Thew H. 2020. Effectively Communicating Climate Science beyond Academia: Harnessing the Heterogeneity of Climate Knowledge. One Earth. 320-324 2.4
Ivanova D, Büchs M. 2020. Household Sharing for Carbon and Energy Reductions: The Case of EU Countries. Energies. 13.8
Killip G, Owen A. 2020. The construction industry as agents of energy demand configuration in the existing housing stock. Energy Policy. 147
Killip G, Owen A, Topouzi M. 2020. Exploring the practices and roles of UK construction manufacturers and merchants in relation to housing energy retrofit. Journal of Cleaner Production. 251
Locatelli B, Pramova E, Di Gregorio M, Brockhaus M, Chávez DA, Tubbeh R, Sotés J, Perla J. 2020. Climate change policy networks: connecting adaptation and mitigation in multiplex networks in Peru. Climate Policy. 354-372 20.3
Loveridge R, Sallu SM, Pesha IJ, Marshall AR. 2020. Measuring human wellbeing: a protocol for selecting local indicators. Environmental Science and Policy. 461-469 114
Massarella K, Sallu SM, Ensor JE. 2020. Reproducing injustice: Why recognition matters in conservation project evaluation. Global Environmental Change. 65
Naylor A, Ford J, Pearce T, Van Alstine J. 2020. Conceptualizing Climate Vulnerability in Complex Adaptive Systems. One Earth. 444-454 2.5
Ovadia JS, Ayelazuno JA, Van Alstine J. 2020. Ghana's petroleum industry: expectations, frustrations and anger in coastal communities. The Journal of Modern African Studies. 397-424 58.3
Owen A, Heppenstall AJ. 2020. Making the case for simulation: Unlocking carbon reduction through simulation of individual ‘middle actor’ behaviour. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science. 457-472 47.3
Palfrey R, Oldekop J, Holmes G. 2020. Conservation and social outcomes of private protected areas. Conservation Biology.
Rattle I, Middlemiss L, Van Alstine J. 2020. “Google fracking:” The online information ecology of the English shale gas debate. Energy Research & Social Science. 64
Ryley T, Baumeister S, Coulter L. 2020. Climate change influences on aviation: A literature review. Transport Policy. 55-64 92
Sakai P, Afionis S, Favretto N, Stringer LC, Ward C, Sakai M, Weirich Neto PH, Rocha CH, Alberti Gomes J, de Souza NM, Afzal N. 2020. Understanding the Implications of Alternative Bioenergy Crops to Support Smallholder Farmers in Brazil. Sustainability. 12.5
Schroeder H, Di Gregorio M, Brockhaus M, Pham TT. 2020. Policy learning in REDD+ Donor Countries: Norway, Germany and the UK. Global Environmental Change. 63
Sheriffdeen M, Nurrochmat DR, Perdinan, Di Gregorio M. 2020. Indicators to Evaluate the Institutional Effectiveness of National Climate Financing Mechanisms. Forest and Society. 358-378 4.2
Simpson K, Janda KB, Owen A. 2020. Preparing ‘middle actors’ to deliver zero-carbon building transitions. Buildings and Cities. 610-624 1.1
Simpson K, Owen A. 2020. Reflections From Engaging a Network of Local Stakeholders in Discussing Training Needs for Sustainable Renovation. Frontiers in Built Environment. 6
Smith T, Holmes G, Paavola J. 2020. Social Underpinnings of Ecological Knowledge: Business Perceptions of Biodiversity as Social Learning. Organization & Environment. 175-194 33.2
Svolkinas L, Goodman SJ, Holmes G, Ermolin I, Suvorkov P. 2020. Natural remedies for Covid-19 as a driver of the illegal wildlife trade. Oryx. 601-602 54.5
Thew H, Middlemiss LK, Paavola J. 2020. “Youth is not a political position”: Exploring justice claims-making in the UN Climate Change Negotiations. Global Environmental Change. 61
Wynne-Jones S, Clancy C, Ward K, Holmes G, O’Mahony K, Ward KJ. 2020. Feral Political Ecologies?: The Biopolitics, Temporalities and Spatialities of Rewilding. Conservation and Society. 71-76 18.2
Buchs M, Baltruszewicz M, Bohnenberger K, Busch J, Dyke J, Elf P, Fanning AL, Fritz M, Garvey A, Hardt L, Hofferberth E, Ivanova D, Janoo A, O'Neill D, Guillen-Royo M, Sahakian M, Steinberger J, Trebeck K, Corlet Walker C. 2020. Wellbeing Economics for the COVID-19 recovery: Ten principles to build back better.
Norman J, Barrett J, Garvey A, Taylor P, Goodwin J, Gibbs M, German R, Garland L. 2020. A data strategy to promote the clean growth of UK industries.
Rattle I, Van Alstine J, Peterson E, Shaw N, Trimby S. 2020. Using the underground to fight climate change.
Roelich K, Stark J, Owen A. 2020. The reservoirs that weren’t: lessons for contemporary infrastructure planning.
Straver K, Middlemiss L, Hesselman M, Feenstra M, Mulder P, Tirado Herrero S. 2020. Energy poverty and the energy transition.
Gakou Kakeu J, Di Gregorio M, Paavola J, Sonwa JD. 2020. REDD+ policy implementation and institutional interplay: Evidence from three pilot projects in Cameroon.


Anantharaman M, Huddart-Kennedy E, Middlemiss L, Bradbury S. 2019. Who Participates in Community-Based Sustainable Consumption Projects and Why Does It Matter? A Constructively Critical Approach. In: Isenhour C; Martiskainen M; Middlemiss L (eds.) Power and Politics in Sustainable Consumption Research and Practice.
Middlemiss L, Isenhour C, Martiskainen M. 2019. Power, Politics and Unsustainable Consumption. In: Isenhour C; Martiskainen M; Middlemiss L (eds.) Power and Politics in Sustainable Consumption Research and Practice.
Middlemiss L, Wingate D, Wesselink A. 2019. The ‘Double Dividend’ Discourse in Sustainable Consumption: A Critical Commentary. In: Isenhour C; Martiskainen M; Middlemiss L (eds.) Power and Politics in Sustainable Consumption Research and Practice. Routledge SCORAI Series on Sustainable Consumption.
Topouzi M, Owen A, Killip G, Fawcett T. 2019. Deep retrofit approaches: managing risks to minimise the energy performance gap. eceee 2019 Summer Study on energy efficiency: Is efficient sufficient?
Garvey A, Norman J, Barrett J. 2019. Consultation: Developing a national food strategy – call for evidence.
Norman J, Garvey A, Barrett J. 2019. Creating a Clean Steel Fund: Call for evidence.
Ambrosio-Albala P, Upham P, Bale CSE. 2019. Purely ornamental? Public perceptions of distributed energy storage in the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science. 139-150 48
Bardsley N, Buchs M, James P, Papafragkou A, Rushby T, Saunders C, Smith G, Wallbridge R, Woodman N. 2019. Domestic thermal upgrades, community action and energy saving: a three-year experimental study of prosperous households. Energy Policy. 475-485 127
Büchs M, Koch M. 2019. Challenges for the degrowth transition: The debate about wellbeing. Futures. 155-165 105
Carruthers-Jones J, Eldridge A, Guyot P, Hassall C, Holmes G. 2019. The Call of the Wild: investigating the potential for ecoacoustic methods in mapping wilderness areas. Science of the Total Environment. 695
Coulter L, Serrao-Neumann S, Coiacetto E. 2019. Climate change adaptation narratives: Linking climate knowledge and future thinking. Futures. 57-70 111
Di Gregorio M, Fatorelli L, Paavola J, Locatelli B, Pramova E, Nurrochmat DR, May PH, Brockhaus M, Sari IM, Kusumadewi SD. 2019. Multi-level Governance and Power in Climate Change Policy Networks. Global Environmental Change. 64-77 54
Holmes G. 2019. Science and Environment in Chile: The Politics of Expert Advice in a Neoliberal Democracy ‐ by Barandiaran, Javiera. Bulletin of Latin American Research. 380-381 38.3
Huxley R, Owen A, Chatterton P. 2019. The role of regime-level processes in closing the gap between sustainable city visions and action. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. 115-126 33
Jew EKK, Burdekin OJ, Dougill AJ, Sallu SM. 2019. Rapid land use change threatens provisioning ecosystem services in miombo woodlands. Natural Resources Forum. 56-70 43.1
Kehoe L, Reis T, Virah-Sawmy M, Balmford A, Kuemmerle T. 2019. Make EU trade with Brazil sustainable. Science. 341-341 364.6438
Kerr N, Gillard R, Middlemiss L. 2019. Politics, problematisation, and policy: a comparative analysis of energy poverty in England, Ireland and France. Energy and Buildings. 191-200 194
Korhonen-Kurki K, Brockhaus M, Sehring J, di Gregorio M, Assembe-Mvondo S, Babon A, Bekele M, Benn V, Gebara MF, Kambire HW, Kengoum F, Maharani C, Menton M, Moeliono M, Ochieng R, Paudel NS, Pham TT, Dkamela GP, Sitoe A. 2019. What drives policy change for REDD+? A qualitative comparative analysis of the interplay between institutional and policy arena factors. Climate Policy. 315-328 19.3
Liu B, Fan J, Siu YL, Mitchell GN. 2019. A multi-hazard map of China. Environment and Planning A. 8-10 51.1
Middlemiss L, Ambrosio-Albalá P, Emmel N, Gillard R, Gilbertson J, Hargreaves T, Mullen C, Ryan T, Snell C, Tod A. 2019. Energy poverty and social relations: A capabilities approach. Energy Research & Social Science. 227-235 55
Pecurul Botines M, Di Gregorio M, Paavola J. 2019. Multi-level processes and the institutionalization of forest conservation discourses: Insights from Natura 2000. Forest Policy and Economics. 136-145 105
Sandbrook C, Fisher JA, Holmes G, Luque-Lora R, Keane A. 2019. The global conservation movement is diverse but not divided. Nature Sustainability. 316-323 2.4
Smith T, Paavola J, Holmes G. 2019. Corporate reporting and conservation realities: understanding differences in what businesses say and do regarding biodiversity. Environmental Policy and Governance. 3-13 29.1
Van Alstine J, Bastin C. 2019. Establishing the UK Hydrogen Corridor: Socio-Economic, Environmental & Regulatory Issues.
Winskel M, Kattirtzi M, Lowes R, Woodman B, Poulter H, Brand C, Killip G, Anable J, Owen A, Hanna R, Gross R, Lockwood M. 2019. Disrupting the UK energy system: causes, impacts and policy implications.


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Corazza M, Dyer JC. 2017. A New Model for Inclusive Sports? An Evaluation of Participants’ Experiences of Mixed Ability Rugby. Social Inclusion. 130-140 5.2
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Afionis S, Stringer LC. 2016. An energy partnership between the European Union and Brazil for the promotion of second generation biofuels. In: Heffron RJ; Little GFM (eds.) Delivering Energy Law and Policy in the EU and the US: A Reader.
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Owen A, Liddell J. 2016. Implementing a Circular Economy at City Scale – a challenge for data and decision making, not technology. International SEEDS Conference 2016: Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society
Afionis S, Stringer LC, Favretto N, Tomei J, Buckeridge MS. 2016. Unpacking Brazil’s leadership in the global biofuels arena: Brazilian ethanol diplomacy in Africa. Global Environmental Politics. 127-150 16.3
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Davies W, Van Alstine J, Lovett JC. 2016. ‘Frame Conflicts’ in Natural Resource Use: Exploring Framings Around Arctic Offshore Petroleum Using Q-Methodology. Environmental Policy and Governance. 482-497 26.6
Gillard R, Gouldson A, Paavola J, Van Alstine J. 2016. Transformational responses to climate change: beyond a systems perspective of social change in mitigation and adaptation. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change. 251-265 7.2
Holmes G, Cavanagh C. 2016. A review of the social impacts of neoliberal conservation: Formations, inequalities, contestations. Geoforum. 199-209 75
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Afionis SA, Favretto N, Buckeridge M, van Alstine J, Stringer LC. 2013. The Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean in the aftermath of the Rio+20 Summit. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2014.
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Büchs M, Friedrich D. 2005. Surface Integration. The National Action Plans for employment and social inclusion in Germany. In: Zeitlin J; Pochet P; Magnusson L (eds.) The Open Method of Co-ordination in Action. The European Employment and Social Inclusion Strategies.
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