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Seeking sustainability discourses with Q methodology
Abstract This paper outlines the potential benefit of Q methodology for the study of environmental issues within ecological economics, based on research into LETS (Local Employment and TradingExpand
Many ways to say ‘no’, different ways to say ‘yes’: Applying Q-Methodology to understand public acceptance of wind farm proposals
Abstract This paper explores the nature of public acceptance of wind farms by investigating the discourses of support and objection to a proposed offshore scheme. It reviews research into oppositionExpand
The Politics of Actually Existing Unsustainability: Human Flourishing in a Climate-Changed, Carbon Constrained World
Preface and Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Vulnerability 3. Resilience, Transition and Creative Adaptability 4. A critique of neo-classical economics as a regime of 'truth': empire and emperorsExpand
Rethinking Green Politics: Nature, Virtue and Progress
  • J. Barry
  • Political Science
  • 15 December 1998
Introduction Rethinking Green Politics Rethinking Green Ethics I From Deep Ecology to Ecological Virtue Rethinking Green Ethics II Naturalism and the Ethical Basis of Green Political TheoryExpand
Changing the intellectual climate
Calls for more broad-based, integrated, useful knowledge now abound in the world of global environmental change science. They evidence many scientists' desire to help humanity confront the momentousExpand
Cool Rationalities and Hot Air: A Rhetorical Approach to Understanding Debates on Renewable Energy
A key obstacle to the wide-scale development of renewable energy is that public acceptability of wind energy cannot be taken for granted when wind energy moves from abstract support to localExpand
Politicizing energy justice and energy system transitions: Fossil fuel divestment and a “just transition”
The burgeoning energy justice scholarship highlights the importance of justice and equity concerns in the context of global decarbonization and the transition to a green economy. This paper seeks toExpand