Sydney Environment Institute

PUBLICATIONS

Books journals and papers

  • The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory

    Edited by Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, John M. Meyer, and David Schlosberg Set at the intersection of political theory and …

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  • Climate Justice and Disaster Law

    Climate disasters demand an integration of multilateral negotiations on climate change, disaster risk reduction, sustainable development, human rights and human …

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  • Professor Elspth Probyn

    Probyn, E. (2014). The Cultural Politics of Fish and Humans: A More-Than-Human Habitus of Consumption. Cultural Politics, 10(3), 287-299. [More …

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  • Professor Rosemary Lyster

    Lyster, R. (2015). A Fossil Fuel-Funded Climate Disaster Response Fund under the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage Associated …

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  • Professor Christopher Wright

    Sturdy A, Wright C and Wylie N (2015) ‘Managers as consultants: The hybridity and tensions of neo-bureaucratic management’,Organization [More Information] Nyberg D …

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  • Professor David Schlosberg

    Gabrielson, T., Hall, C., Meyer, J.M., Schlosberg, D. (2016). The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory. Oxford University Press. [More Information] …

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  • Adaptation Deliberation Case Study: City of Sydney

    This case study recounts the development, execution, and findings from a Citizen’s Panel conducted in the City of Sydney in …

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  • Climate Change, Capitalism, and Corporations

    By Christopher Wright & Daniel Nyberg Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing humanity, a definitive manifestation of …

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  • Political Animals and Animal Politics

    While much has been written on environmental politics on the one hand, and animal ethics and welfare on the other, …

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  • Points of focus : historic photographs from the Pacific

    Points of Focus: historic photographs from the Pacific, published in association with the exhibition at the Macleay Museum (1 March …

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