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Fletcher, R., B. Dowd-Uribe, and G. Aistara (eds). 2020. The Ecolaboratory: Environmental Governance and Economic Development in Costa Rica. University of Arizona Press.

Aistara, G.A., 2018. Organic sovereignties: Struggles over farming in an age of free trade. Seattle: University of Washington Press. 

Coomes, O., S. McGuire, E. Garine, S. Caillon, D. McKey, E. Demeulenaere, D. Jarvis, G. Aistara, A. Barnaud, P. Clouvel, L. Emperaire, S. Louafi, P. Martin, F. Massol, M. Pautasso; C. Violon; J. Wencelius. 2015. “Farmer Seed Networks make a Limited Contribution to Agriculture? Four Common Misconceptions,” Food Policy, 56 (2015): 41-50.

Aistara, G.A., 2014. Actually existing tomatoes: Politics of memory, variety, and empire in Latvian struggles over seeds. Focaal, 2014(69): 12-27. 

Pautasso, M., Aistara, G., Barnaud, A., Caillon, S., Clouvel, P., Coomes, O.T., Delêtre, M., Demeulenaere, E., De Santis, P., Döring, T. and Eloy, L., 2013. Seed exchange networks for agrobiodiversity conservation. A review. Agronomy for sustainable development, 33(1): 151-175. 

Aistara, G.A., 2011. Seeds of kin, kin of seeds: The commodification of organic seeds and social relations in Costa Rica and Latvia. Ethnography, 12(4): 490-517. 


Black, Benjamin & Anthony, Brandon P. 2022. Counterfactual assessment of protected area avoided deforestation in Cambodia: Trends in effectiveness, spillover effects and the influence of establishment date. Global Ecology & Conservation 8: e02228. DOI: 10.1016/j.gecco.2022.e02228

Gál, Zoltán, Kovács, Tibor, Ujszegi, János, Anthony, Brandon P., Vági, Balázs, & and Hoffmann, Orsolya I. 2022.  Exploration of a hybrid zone between two toad species in Central Europe’s Carpathian region with a new molecular marker. North-Western Journal of Zoology 18(1):51-57, no: e221503

Klassen, Mark & Anthony, Brandon P. 2022. Legalization of cannabis and agricultural frontier expansion. Environmental Management 69:333–352

Frank, Beatrice & Anthony, Brandon P. 2021. Toward more resilient conservation practices: bridging the past and present of human-wildlife interactions. Sustainability 13(21), 12131;

Anthony, Brandon P. 2021. Paying for the past: The importance of fulfilling promises as a key component to resolving human-wildlife conflict. Sustainability 13(13): 7407;

Matar, Diane & Anthony, Brandon P. 2019. Sense and Sustainability: The Story of Biosphere Reserves in Lebanon. In UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Supporting Biocultural Diversity, Sustainability and Society. Reed, M. & Price, M. (eds). pp. 135-148. London, UK: Earthscan.

Anthony, B.P. & Tarr, K. 2019. The wolves are back! Local attitudes towards the recently re-populated grey wolf and wolf management in Bükk National Park, Hungary. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 65(2): 195-214.  

Klassen, M. & Anthony, B.P. 2019. The effects of recreational cannabis legalization on forest management and conservation efforts in U.S. national forests in the Pacific Northwest. Ecological Economics 162:39-48 

Sukanan, D. & Anthony, B.P. 2019. Community attitudes towards bears, bear bile use and bear conservation in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 15: 15 pp.  

Anthony, B.P., & Swemmer, L. 2015. Co-defining program success: Identifying objectives and indicators towards adaptively managing a livestock damage compensation scheme at Kruger National Park, South Africa. Journal for Nature Conservation 26: 65-77. 

Anthony, B.P., & Shestackova, E. 2015. Do global indicators of protected area management effectiveness make sense? A case study from Siberia. Environmental Management 56: 176-192. 


Antypas, Alexios. 2019 (forthcoming). COP24, the Paris rulebook and diminished expectations for COP25. Environmental Liability

Antypas, Alexios. 2019 (forthcoming). A global pact for the environment and the effort to secure global environmental norms. Environmental Law and Management.  

Duprey, Brendan and Alexios Antypas. 2018. Natura 2000: Bulgaria’s park “on paper,” Employment and Economy in Central and Eastern Europe 7 (1): 1-21. 


Jewell J, A.Cherp. 2019 On the political feasibility of climate stabilization pathways: Is it too late to keep warming below 1.5°C? WIREs (Willey’s Interdisciplinary Reviews) Climate Change. p. 621. 

Jewell, J., Vinichenko, V., Nacke, L., Cherp, A. 2019. Prospects for powering past coal. Nature Climate Change 9 (2019): 592–597.  

Cherp, A., Vinichenko, V., Jewell, J., Brutschin, E., Sovacool, B. 2018. Integrating techno-economic, socio-technical and political perspectives on national energy transitions: A meta-theoretical framework. Energy Research and Social Sciences 37 (2018): 175-190.  

Cherp, A., Vinichenko, V., Jewell, J., Suzuki, M., Antal, M. 2017. Comparing electricity transitions: A historical analysis of nuclear, wind and solar power in Germany and Japan. Energy Policy 101(C), 612-628.  


LaBelle, M. 2017. In pursuit of energy justice. Energy Policy, Vol. 107: 615-620. 

LaBelle, M. 2017. A state of fracking: Building Poland’s national innovation capacity for shale gas.  Energy Research and Social Sciences, Vol. 23: 26-35 

Devine-Wright, P., Batel, S., Aas, O., Sovacool, B., LaBelle, M., Ruud, A. 2017. A conceptual framework for understanding the social acceptance of energy infrastructure: Insights from energy storage. Energy Policy, Vol. 107: 27-31. 

Goldthau, Andreas, and LaBelle, Michael. 2016. The power of policy regimes: Explaining shale gas policy divergence in Bulgaria and Poland. Review of Policy Research, Vol. 33, no. 6, 603–622. 


Lagutov, V. (ed). 2011. Environmental security in watersheds (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security) Springer. 

Lagutov, V. 2011. The Azov ecosystem: Resources and threats. In Lagutov V, editor. Environmental Security in Watersheds: The Sea of Azov. Springer; 2011. p. 3-63. (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security). 

Lagutov, V. (ed). 2008. Rescue of sturgeon species in the Ural river basin (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security) Springer. 

Lagutov, V. 2008. The Ural river basin: Hydrology, characteristics and water use. In: Lagutov V, editor. Rescue of sturgeon species in the Ural river basin. Dordrecht: Springer (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series: Environmental Security). p. 193-276. 

Novikov, V., Lagutov V., Sazykina, T., Gorlinskii, Y., Nikol'skii, O. and Pavlenko, V. 2005. Assessment of the effect of temporary storage sites for radioactive wastes on the territory of the Russian Science Center Kurchatov Institute on the Population and the Environment. Atomic Energy 99 (2): 588.  


Mnatsakanian R., Cherp A. 2010.Environmental degradation: Past roots, present transition and future hopes. In Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia 11th Edition, Routlege, London, p 48-54. 

Josephson, P., Dronin, N., Mnatsakanian, R., Cherp, A., Efremenko, D. and Larin, V. 2013. An environmental history of Russia. Cambridge University Press. 


Pintér, L. 2018. Assessing climate change in the Orange-Senqu riverbasin: Review and guidance for assessment. Pretoria: Climate Resilient Infrastructure Development Facility.  

Pintér, L., P. Hardi, A. Martinuzzi and J. Hall. 2018. BellagioSTAMP: principles for sustainability assessment and measurement. In S. Bell and S. Morse,eds: Routledge Handbook of Sustainability Indicators, pp. 21-40. London: Routledge.  

Pintér, L., M. Kok and D. Almassy. 2017. Implementing sustainable development goals and measuring progress: A governance perspective. In F. Biermann and N. Kanie, editors. Governing through Goals: Sustainable Development Goals as Governance Innovation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 

Frantzeskaki, N., T. McPhearson, M.J. Collier, D. Kendal, H. Bulkeley, A. Dumitru, C. Walsh, K. Noble, E. van Wyk, C. Ordonez, C. Oke and L. Pintér.  2019. Nature-base solutions for urban climate change adaptation: Linking science, policy, and practice communities for evidence-based decision-making. BioScience 69 (6): 455–466. 

Kowarsch, M., Jabbour, J., Flachsland, C., Kok, M.T.J., Watson, Sir R., Haas, P.M., Minx, J.C., Alcamo, J., Garard, J., Riousset, P., Pintér, L., Langford, C., Yamineva, Y., von Stechow, C., O’Reilly, J. and Edenhofer, O. 2017. A road map for global environmental assessments. Nature Climate Change 7(6): 379-382.  


Avelinoa, F. Van Steenbergen, F, Schipper, T. Steger, T Henfrey, I. Cook, M. Bach, D. Crowley, P. Kotsilah J. Kramer and F. Crudi (submitted 2022) Mapping the Diversity & Transformative Potential of Approaches to Sustainable Just Cities.

Peucker, C. and T. Steger (submitted 2022) Protecting the Last Wild River in Europe from Hydropower Development in Albania: An Environmental Movement Strategy in a Flawed Democracy.

Steger, T. and I. Cook. 2021. Designing urban sustainability: Environmental justice in EU-funded projects. In The Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of the Environment (pp. 195-207). Routledge.

Steger, T. 2019. Inequalities in Inability to Keep the Home Adequately Warm. WHO Environmental Health Inequalities in Europe.  Second Assessment Report. 

Steger, T., R. Filcak, & K. Harper. 2018. Environmental justice in Central and Eastern Europe: Mobilization, stagnation, and detraction. In Holifield, R., Chakraborty, J., Walker, G (Eds). The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. London: Routledge. 

Steger, T. and Drehobl, A. 2017. The Anti-fracking movement in Ireland. Environmental Communication. 12(3), pp.344-356. 

Steger, T. and M. Milicevic. 2014. One global movement, many local voices: Discourse(s) of the global anti-fracking movement. In Liam Leonard, Sya Buryn Kedzior (ed.) Occupy the Earth: Global Environmental Movements (Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice, Volume 15) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, p.1 - 35.  


Schaffartzik, Anke, and Juan Antonio Duro. 2022. “‘Dematerialization’ in Times of Economic Crisis: A Regional Analysis of the Spanish Economy in Material and Monetary Terms.” Resources Policy 78 (September): 102793.

Schaffartzik, Anke, and Fridolin Krausmann. 2021. “A Socio-Metabolic Perspective on (Material) Growth and Inequality.” In The Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of the Environment, 57–59. London / New York: Routledge.


Watt, A.  Forthcoming. Nietzsche, Rancière, and the disputation of politics. In Nietzsche and the politics of difference, ed. Woodward, A. and Rehberg, A. Berlin: de Gruyter. 


Ürge-Vorsatz, D., Rosenzweig, C., Dawson, R. J., Rodriguez, R. S., Bai, X., Barau, A. S., ... & Dhakal, S. 2018. Locking in positive climate responses in cities. Nature Climate Change, 8(3), 174.  

Bai, X., Dawson, R. J., Ürge-Vorsatz, D., Delgado, G. C., Barau, A. S., Dhakal, S., ... & Schultz, S. 2018. Six research priorities for cities and climate change. Nature, 555(7694).   

Güneralp, B., Zhou, Y., Ürge-Vorsatz, D., Gupta, M., Yu, S., Patel, P. L., ... & Seto, K. C. 2017. Global scenarios of urban density and its impacts on building energy use through 2050. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 114(34), 8945-8950.  

Mundaca, L., Ürge-Vorsatz, D., & Wilson, C. (Guest editors) 2018. Demand-side approaches for limiting global warming to 1.5° C. Energy Efficiency, (12).