Neil Grigg

Grigg, N.  2017.  Institutional Analysis of Drinking Water Supply Failure: Lessons from Flint, Michigan.  Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice.  Am. Society of Civil Engineers.  July 2017. Volume 143, Issue 3.  Online publication date: November 15, 2016.


Melinda Laituri  

Hoover, J., S. Leisz, M. Laituri. 2017. Comparing and combining Landsat Satellite Imagery and Participatory Data to Access Land-Use and Land-Cover Changes in a Coastal Village in Papua New Guinea. Human Ecology, 45:251-264 , DOI 10.1007/s10745-016-9878-x.
Wakie, T., P. Evangelista and M. Laituri. 2016. Assessing the distribution and impacts of Prosopis juliflora through participatory approaches. Applied Geography, 66: 132-143, doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2015.11.017
Sternlieb, F. and M. Laituri. 2015.  Spatialising agricultural water governance regimes Water Alternatives 8(2): 36-56.
Laituri, M. 2014. 43:  Water Deficits, In Global Environmental Change, Bill Freedman (ed). Springer Press. p363-367.
Laituri, M. 2013. Water Deficits. In Global Environmental Change, Freedman, W., ed. Springer.

Laituri, M. and Sternlieb, F. 2010. Mapping institutional landscapes: Global efforts to improve access to water.  International Journal of Sustainable Development &Planning. Volume 7, Issue 3, 2012.

Lineal, M. and Laituri, M. 2012. Community-based integrated fire management planning: linking ecology and society in Honduras. Community Development Journal. May 2012.  

Laituri, M. and Thompson, J. Chapter 2: Situational geography, case studies and cross-cultural collaborative studies. 2012 In Restoring Community Connections to the Land: Building Resilience through Community-based Rangeland Management in China and Mongolia, M. Fernandez-Gimenez, R. Reid, J. Klein, eds. Center for Agricultural Bioscience International (CABI) Publishing, Oxford, UK.

Newman, G., Graham, J., Crall, and Laituri, M. 2011. The art and science of multi-citizen science support. Ecological Informatics, 6(3-4), July: 217-227

Wade, A., Theobald, D., Laituri, M. 2011. A multi-scale assessment of local and contextual threats to existing and potential US protected areas. Landscape and Urban Planning, 101: 2. pp.215-227.  

Invited, peer-reviewed chapter: Laituri, M. Chapter 11: GIS and Indigenous Knowledge. 2011 In The SAGE Handbook of GIS and Society, T. Nyerges, H. Coucleis, and R. McMaster, eds. Sage Publications, Ltd.

Laituri, M. and Kodrich, K. 2008. On Line Disaster Response Community:  People as Sensors of High Magnitude Disaster Using Internet GIS.  Sensors, 8, 3037-3055.


Stephanie Malin

Book (Peer-Reviewed): Malin, Stephanie. May 2015. The Price of Nuclear Power: Uranium Communities and Environmental Justice. Rutgers University Press. Nature, Society, and Culture Series, guest edited by Scott Frickel.

Malin, Stephanie, Adam Mayer, Kelly Shreeve, Shawn K. Olson-Hazboun, and John Adgate. 2017. “Free Market Ideology and Public Views of Federal Regulation of Unconventional Oil and Gas Production.” Environmental Politics.

Mayer, Adam, Stephanie A. Malin, and Shawn K. Olson-Hazboun. 2017. "Unhollowing Rural America? Rural human capital flight and the demographic consequences of the oil and gas boom." Population and Environment: 1-20.

Mayer, Adam, Shawn K. Olson‐Hazboun, & Stephanie Malin. 2017. “Fracking Fortunes: Economic Well‐being and Oil and Gas Development along the Urban‐Rural Continuum.” Rural Sociology. DOI: 10.1111/ruso.12198.

Alexis-Martin, Becky and Stephanie Malin. 2017. “An Unnatural History of Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge, Colorado.” Arcadia. Summer (24). Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society.

Haynes, Erin, Lisa McKenzie, Stephanie Malin, & John W. Cherrie. 2017. “A Historical Perspective of Unconventional Oil and Gas Extraction and Public Health.”Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science. September. DOI:

Malin, Stephanie A. and Kathryn Teigen DeMaster. 2016. “A Devil’s Bargain: Rural environmental injustice and hydraulic fracturing on Pennsylvania’s Farms.” Journal of Rural Studies (Impact Factor: 2.04). (Special Issue on Rurality as Environmental Injustice) DOI: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2015.12.015.

Malin, Stephanie. 2014. “When is “Yes to the Mill!’ Environmental Justice?: Interrogating Sites of Acceptance in Response to Energy Development.” Analyse and Kritik. Dec. (2): 263-285.

Malin, Stephanie. 2014. “‘There’s No Real Choice but to Sign’: Neoliberalism and Normalization of Fracking on Farmland.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. (Special Issue on Marcellus Shale.) June (4):17-27.

Petrzelka, P., S. Marquart-Pyatt, and S. Malin. 2013. “It’s Not Just Scale that Matters: A Case Study of Political Trust in Utah.” Social Science Journal (50). DOI: 10.1016/jsocscij.2013.05.003.

Peggy Petrzelka, Zhao Ma, and Stephanie Malin. 2013 (2012 online). “The Elephant in the Room: Absentee Landowners and Conservation Management.” doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2012.03.015. Land Use Policy. Vol. 30: 157-166.

Malin, S. and P. Petrzelka. 2012. “Community Development Among Toxic Tailings: An Interactional Case Study of Extralocal Institutions and Environmental Health.”  Community Development, 43(3): 379-392. DOI:10.1080/15575330.2011.604424.

Petrzelka, P., S. Malin, and B. Gentry. 2012 (2011 online). “Absentee Landowners and Conservation Programs: Mind the Gap.” Land Use Policy 29(1): 220-223.

Malin, S.A. and P. Petrzelka. December 2010. “Left in the Dust: Uranium’s Legacy and Victims of Mill Tailings Exposure in Monticello, Utah.” Society and Natural Resources 23(12): 1187-1200.

Allen, J.C. and S.A. Malin. 2008. “Green Entrepreneurship: A Method for Managing Natural Resources?” Society and Natural Resources 21(9):828-844. 


Joshua Sbicca

Forthcoming book: Sbicca, Joshua. (In Press). Food Justice Now!: Deepening the Roots of Social Struggle. University of Minnesota Press. 

Current edited volume project: Alkon, Alison, Yuki Kato, and Joshua Sbicca (eds). Back to the City: Food and Gentrification in North America

Sbicca, Joshua and Justin Sean Myers. 2016. “Food Justice Racial Projects: Fighting Racial Neoliberalism from the Bay to the Big Apple.”Environmental Sociology. 3(1): 30-41

Sbicca, Joshua. 2016. “These Bars Can’t Hold Us Back: Plowing Incarcerated Geographies with Restorative Food Justice.” Antipode. 48(5): 1359-1379

Sbicca, Joshua. 2014. “The Need to Feed: Urban Metabolic Struggles of Actually Existing Radical Projects.” Critical Sociology. 40(6): 817-834

Sbicca, Joshua. 2012. “Growing food justice by planting an anti-oppression foundation: opportunities and obstacles for a budding social movement.” Agriculture and Human Values. 29(4): 455-466


Dimitris Stevis

Stevis, Dimitris. 2018. US Labor Unions and Green Transitions: Breadth, Depth and Worker Agency. Globalizations.
Ehresman, Timothy and Dimitris Stevis. 2018. International Environmental and Ecological Justice. In Gabriela Kutting and Kyle Herman (eds) Global Environmental Politics 2nd edition.
Stevis, Dimitris and Romain Felli. 2016. Green Transitions, Just Transitions? Broadening and Deepening Justice. Kurswechsel Heft 3: Klimapolitik und Systemwandel, 35-45.
Stevis, Dimitris and Romain Felli. 2015. Global Labour Unions and Just Transition to a Green Economy. International Environmental Agreements 15(1): 29-43.
—Ehresman, Timothy and Dimitris Stevis. 2014. Transparency and Environmental Equity: The IFC's Disclosure Practices. In Aarti Gupta and Michael Mason (eds) Transparency in Global Environmental Governance. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press, pp. 297-320.
Dimitris Stevis and Romain Felli. 2014. “Global Labour Unions and Just Transition to a Green Economy.” International Environmental Agreements (available on line, issue to be determined).

Romain Felli and Dimitris Stevis. 2014. “La  Stratégie  syndicale  d’une  “transition  juste”  vers  une écomomie durable.” Mouvements 2014/4 (no 80): 111-118.  

Dimitris Stevis. 2014. “The Trajectory of International Environmental Politics.” In Michele Betsill,  Kathryn Hochstetler and Dimitris Stevis (eds). Advances in International Environmental Politics,  2nd edition. Palgrave, pp. 13-44.  

Michele Betsill, Kathryn Hochstetler and Dimitris Stevis (eds). 2014. Advances in International Environmental Politics, 2nd edition. Palgrave.  

Timothy Ehresman and Dimitris Stevis. 2014 “Transparency and Environmental Equity: The IFC's Disclosure Practices.” In Aarti Gupta and Michael Mason (eds) Transparency in Global Environmental Governance. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press, pp. 297-320.  

Stratis Giannakouros and Dimitris Stevis. 2014. “Colorado’s New Energy Economy: Ecological Modernization American Style?” In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (eds) Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 72-96.  

Dimitris Stevis. 2014. “US Labour Unions and Climate Change: Technological Innovations and Institutional Influences.” In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (eds) Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 164-188.

Stevis, Dimitris (2013) Green Jobs? Good Jobs? Just Jobs? U.S. Labour Unions Confront Climate Change. In Nora Räthzel and David Uzzell (eds). Trade Unions in the Green Economy. Working for the Environment. Earthscan/Routledge, pp. 179-195.

Dimitris Stevis. 2012. “Green Jobs? Good Jobs? Just Jobs? USA Labour Unions Confront Climate Change.” In Nora Rathzell and David Uzell (eds). Trade Unions in the Green Economy. Working for the Environment. Earthscan/Routledge, pp. 179-195.

Dimitris Stevis 2012. “Introduction.” Environmental Sociology by Iosif Botetzagias and Giannis Karamihas.  Athens: Kritiki, pp. 11-15 (in Greek). 

Dimitris Stevis. 2011. “Unions and the Environment: Pathways to Global Labor Environmentalism.” WorkingUSA 14 (2): 145-159.  

Timothy Ehresman and Dimitris Stevis. 2011. “International Environmental Justice,” in Gabriela Kütting(ed) Global Environmental Politics: Concepts, Theories and Case Studies. New York: Routledge, pp. 87-104.  

Dimitris Stevis. 2010. “International Relations and the Study of Global Environmental Politics,” In Bob  Denemark (ed) The International Studies Encyclopedia, volume vii, pp. 4476-4507.  Wiley-Blackwell (also electronic format).