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  • Defining and assessing research quality in a transdisciplinary context 

    Belcher, Brian; Rasmussen, Katherine; Kemshaw, Matthew; Zornes, Deborah (Research Evaluation, 2016)
    Research increasingly seeks both to generate knowledge and to contribute to real-world solutions, with strong emphasis on context and social engagement. As boundaries between disciplines are crossed, and as research engages ...
  • Employee pro-environmental behaviours : workplace culture as a driver for social change 

    Turnbull Loverock, Deanne L. (2010-12-16)
    Our behaviour is not changing fast enough to stop the environmental damage that is occurring. Many people will not voluntarily change their behaviours if there is no immediate benefit to them - this creates the need for a ...
  • Fellow environmentalists are we barking up the wrong tree? 

    Alexander, Don (New City Magazine, 1995)
    In her book her book, Environmentalism and Political Theory, Robyn Eckersley makes a distinction between "survivalist" and "emancipatory" branches of Green political thought, and suggests that each has a different ...
  • Learning the lessons of social change: Making the transition to sustainability 

    Alexander, Don (New City Magazine, 1995)
    The following background paper is intended to stimulate discussion. It suggests a possible model of social change, how various strategies for achieving it are interrelated, and what the links might be between individual ...
  • Parks in public parking : empowering community members to reintegrate nature into the city 

    Southam, Theresa (2010-09-16)
    This research explores how community leaders could use Corbett’s Spectrum of Environmental Ideologies (2006) to analyze the ideologies of communication campaigns before adopting one into a community. In this research, a ...
  • Planning the digital city 

    Blais, Pamela (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1999-11)
    This article summarizes a keynote address that was delivered to the 1999 CIP Conference. It looks at how the global information society is reshaping urban systems, cities, towns and communities, and what planners could ...