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  1. Key readings on sustainability 5 items
    1. An introduction to sustainable development - Jennifer A. Elliott 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    2. Policy: Sustainable development goals for people and planet - David Griggs, Mark Stafford-Smith, Owen Gaffney, Johan Rockström 2013-3-20

      Article Recommended

  2. More advanced reading on sustainability 5 items
    1. The sustainable development paradox: urban political economy in the United States and Europe - Rob Krueger, D. C. Gibbs c2007

      Book Background

    2. Environment and the city - Peter Roberts, Joe Ravetz, Clive George 2009

      Book Recommended

    3. Governing sustainability - W. Neil Adger, Andrew Jordan 2009

      Book Recommended

    4. Spaces of sustainability: geographical perspectives on the sustainable society - Mark Whitehead 2007

      Book Essential

    5. The journal Sustainable Development is relevant to this module and can be accessed via electronic journals.

      The following e-book might be useful:

      http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/environment/institutionalising-sustainable -development_9789264019096-en

       

  3. Pauline Deutz. Lectures 1 and 2. Approaches to increasing sustainability 6 items
    1. Interrogating alterity: alternative economic and political spaces - Duncan Fuller, Andrew E. G. Jonas, Roger Lee c2010

      Book Recommended

    2. Story and sustainability: planning, practice, and possibility for American cities - Barbara J. Eckstein, James A. Throgmorton c2003

      Book Background

    3. Eco-economy: building an economy for the Earth - Lester Russell Brown, Earth Policy Institute 2001

      Book 

  4. Julia Affolderbach: Indigenous Peoples (Lecture 2) 11 items
    For conceptual perspectives on this topic, consult the literature on political ecology as well as science and technology studies. There are a number of academic journals you can target for research on indigenous peoples and sustainability. Try Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Geoforum, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers and Antipode.
    1. Third World political ecology - Raymond L. Bryant, Sinead Bailey 1997

      Book Recommended A central book on political ecology that focuses on environmental problems and sustainable development from a critical perspective. Read the introduction and Chapter 1 & 2.

    2. Liberation ecologies: environment, development, social movements - Richard Peet, Michael Watts 2004

      Book Recommended Read the introduction on political ecology and take a look at Section V for research on indigenous peoples.

    3. Science and Other Indigenous Knowledge Systems - HELEN WATSON-VERRAN, DAVID TURNBULL

      Chapter Background You may also be interested in other Chapters of this volume as they tackle questions in science and technology studies

    4. Indigenous geographies I - Brad Coombes, Jay T. Johnson, Richard Howitt 12/2012

      Article Recommended

    5. Indigenous geographies II - Brad Coombes, Jay T. Johnson, Richard Howitt 10/2013

      Article 

    6. Indigenous geographies III - Brad Coombes, Jay T. Johnson, Richard Howitt 12/2014

      Article Background

    7. Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversity Conservation - Madhav Gadgil, Fikret Berkes and Carl Folke 1993

      Article Recommended

  5. Julia Affolderbach: Natural Resources (Lecture 3) 9 items
    1. Environmental governance and its implications for conservation practice - Derek Armitage, Rob de Loë, Ryan Plummer 08/2012

      Article Recommended

    2. Environmental Governance - Maria Carmen Lemos, Arun Agrawal 11/2006

      Article Recommended

    3. Resource geographies 1 - Gavin Bridge 12/2011

      Article Background

    4. Resource geographies II - Gavin Bridge 02/2014

      Article Background

  6. Julia Affolderbach: Sustainable consumption (& production) (lecture 4) 9 items
    Chapter 3 and 10 in Mulligan are a good starting point on consumption, consumerism and individual action.
    1. An introduction to sustainability: environmental, social and personal perspectives - Martin Mulligan 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Take a look at Chapter 3 and 10.

    2. An Introduction to the green economy: science, systems and sustainability - Adrian C. Newton, Elena Cantarello 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Chapter 7, in particular section 7.8

    3. Sustainable livestyles: Today's facts and tomorrow's trends - Backhaus J, Breukers S, Mont O, Paukovic M 2012

      Document Background

    4. The Problem of Consumption - Peter Dauvergne 05/2010

      Article Background

  7. Lewis Holloway: Food Security and Sustainability (lectures 5 and 6) 15 items
    1. Food wars: the global battle for minds, mouths, and markets - Tim Lang, Michael Heasman 2004

      Book Essential

    2. Alternative food geographies: representation and practice - Damian Maye, Lewis Holloway, Moya Kneafsey 2007

      Book Essential See various chapters including Julie Guthman on organic food and Larch Maxey on 'Sustainable Food'

    3. Interrogating alterity: alternative economic and political spaces - Duncan Fuller, Andrew E. G. Jonas, Roger Lee c2010

      Book Recommended see various chapters including Jones et al and Holloway et al

    4. Landscape and Englishness - David Matless 1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Background

    5. Agri-culture: reconnecting people, land and nature - Jules N. Pretty 2002

      Book Background

    6. Rural geography: processes, responses and experiences in rural restructuring - Michael Woods 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Background see chapter 4, Agricultural Change

    7. Animals as biotechnology: ethics, sustainability, and critical animal studies - Richard Twine 2010

      Book Background

    8. Managing sustainable farmed landscape through 'alternative' food networks: a case study from Italy - LEWIS HOLLOWAY, ROSIE COX, LAURA VENN, MOYA KNEAFSEY 09/2006

      Article Recommended This paper is part of a special issue on sustainable farmland management so there will be other interesting and relevant papers there - search for Geographical Journal on the library website, go to volume 172 (2006) and look for this issue.

    9. Beyond agriculture: the counter-hegemony of community farming - Neil Ravenscroft, Niamh Moore, Ed Welch, Rachel Hanney 12/2013

      Article Recommended

  8. Lewis Holloway: Sustainable Countryside (Lecture 8) 9 items
    1. Alternative economic spaces - Roger Lee, Andrew Leyshon, Colin C. Williams 2003

      Book Recommended See chapter by Jacob

  9. Going beyond your reading list 3 items
    1. You will find further information about the resources available in your subject area via the Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences LibGuide (may open in a new window). General access to Skills support and Library services can also be found here (may open in a new window).

    2. A postcapitalist politics - J. K. Gibson-Graham c2006

      Book Background

    3. Spaces of hope - David Harvey 2000

      Book Background