Publications by members of the Institute
Co edited by Miriam Kennet "Green Economics,Beyond Supply and Demand to Meeting People's Needs."Published 1999 by Green Audit. £12.00 -Plus postage and packing. Please email for a copy stating address to send it to and send a cheque. This book is selling out fast- it brings together a really innovative selection of writers and explains Green Economics and how it relates to Macro Economic and Micro Economic Theories. It comes from a new stable of innovative thinkers, who are now influencing main stream debate.This is probably the only book available which gives a reasonably complete picture of a new kind of thinking and the new paradigm of the fast develping discipline Green Economics.
Due to its popularity 3 more books are out this next year on a Green Economics theme<, one on business, one called the economics of abundance and one a Green Economics Reader from the Green Economics InstituteP>.Next year several new ones will deal with the Roots of Green Economics and one an Introduction to Green Economics as well as one on Feminism and its importance in Green Economics, Long Termism and Intergenerational Equity in Green Economics.If you are interested in these books - please email the institute and we will let you know when they are ready
Volker Heinemann "Oekonomie Der Zukunft" Published 2002 Books on Demand.
Dr Derek Wall - Babylon and Beyond - the philosophy and intellectual underpinning of the protest movement.£14.99 plus postage and packing. October 2005, this was the first in the Institute's series of Green Economics Books.You can order this by emailing the Institute. It is selling very well and is a useful and interesting book from a popular writer.
Craig Simmons "Sharing Nature's Interest" Published 2000 by Earthscan
also Clive Lord "A Citizen's Income" Published by John Carpenter Publishing 2003
Victor Anderson "Alternative Economic Indicators" 1991 Published by Routledge
Victor Anderson "Energy Efficiency Policies", Published for the New Economics Foundation
Miriam Kennet "Modern procurement practise and its impact on stakeholders "in "Procedings of the Sustainablity Conference", Nottingham University 2004.ERP Environment
"To whose Profit? Building a Business Case for Sustainability " published by WWF 2001. Joss Tantram and Alisdair Stark, written by Vicky Kemp
Peter Lang "Ethical Investment"
Peter Lang "LETS work"
Jean Lambert MEP "No Change No Chance"
Laura de Valente de Macedo, Emilio L. La Rovere, and Kevin A. Baumert "The Brazilian Proposal on Relative Responsibility for Global Warming" in Kevin Baumet "Building on the Kyoto Protocol- Options for Protecting the Climate" Published by the World Resources Institute
Barnett, Ursula A."A Vision of Order : A Study of Black South African Literature in English," 1914-1980 Amherst, MA, U.S.A.: University of Massachusetts Press, 1983 Hardcover in dust jacket, VG/VG. First Edition (First Printing).ISBN: 0870234064
Doran Peter. 1990 Chapter in Furthering Consensus: Meeting the challenges of sustainable development', publication scheduled 2003, Eds. Angela Churie Kallhauge, Elisabeth Corell, Michael K Dorsey and Gunnar Sjostedt, Earthscan. Chapter title: ‘What the anti-globalisation movement can tell us about sustainable development'.
Doran Peter A chapter in Environment in the New Global Economy (The International Library of Writings on the New Global Economy) A definitive collection of milestone chapters in environmental politics. ~Peter M. Haas (Editor), Edward Elgar
Doran Peter Paper for the International Studies Association, Portland, Oregon, on the anti-globalisation movement and sustainable development
Doran Peter Entry in the International Encyclopaedia of Environmental Politics
Doran Peter E. Gene Frankland, John Barry (Editor), Gene E. Frankland (Editor) Chapter in Climate Change and United States Foreign Policy, 2000, (Editor) Paul Harris. Chapter title: ‘Upholding the Island of High Modernity: The changing climate of American foreign policy'.
Doran Peter Paper for the conference, ‘European Cross-border Cooperation - Lessons for and from Ireland', organised by the Centre for Cross Border Studies and Queen's University Centre for International Borders Research Centre, on Irish NGO perspectives on the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant in Cumbria and radioactive pollution in the Irish Sea.
Doran PeterA review article for the science journal, Nature: the International Weekly Journal of Science, 1 July 1999, on ‘The Brundtland Commission's Report - 10 Years On'.
Doran Peter Literature reviews for the international policy-makers journal, Linkages, published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development in New York. Editor of the online publication at UN climate change negotiations, Earth Negotiations Bulletin On the Side - providing coverage of technical side events at climate change negotiations during Conferences of the Parties to the UNFCCC
.Doran Peter Review article for the journal, Environmental Politics, on ‘The United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development', Spring 1996.
Doran PeterA paper for the Second International Workshop on the Future of Internet Services on Conflict and Ethnicity, INCORE, University of Ulster, ‘Sustainable developments online'.
Doran Peter A paper presented to the Irish Environmental Researchers' Conference, ‘The Irish Famine - Lessons for a Dying Planet', UCD, January, 1996.
Doran Peter A chapter in Boundaries in Question: New Directions in International Politics, (Editors) Andrew Linklater and John MacMillan, 1995. Book chapter: ‘Earth, Power, Knowledge: towards a critical environmental politics'.
Doran Peter Chapter in the Political Studies Association compilation, Contemporary Political Studies, ‘States of Insecurity: Ecology, Modernity and the Globalisation of Risk', (Editors), P. Dunleavy and J. Stanyer.
Doran Peter An article for the Journal:A Quarterly Journal for Community Relations Trainers and Practitioners, Northern Ireland, on ‘The Environment - a generative theme for the study and practice of peace', Autumn, 1993
Doran Peter Joint Editor of a special edition of Paradigms: Kent Journal of International Relations, on international environmental politics after the first Earth Summit in 1992, Summer 1993.
Doran Peter Article for the special edition of Paradigms, Summer 1993, ‘The Earth Summit: Ecology as Spectacle'.
Doran Peter A paper for the 20th Annual Joint Sessions of the European Consortium for Political Research (Social Movements Workshop), on ‘Transformation, Liberation and Political Culture in Northern Ireland', at the University of Limerick, March-April 1992.
Doran Peter A paper for the New Directions in International Politics conference at Keele University, October, ‘Earth, Power, Knowledge', 1992.
Doran Peter Contribution to research conducted by the University of Ulster Centre for the Study of Conflict, Extending School Links: an evaluation of contact between Protestant and Catholic pupils in Northern Ireland, University of Ulster, 1990.
Selected Broadcasts :-
Doran Peter 1991 Daily commentary from the World Summit on Sustainable Development for South African Broadcasting Corporation. Live commentary on progressions on each day of the negotiations at the World Summit for a South African audience.
Doran Peter Research and input to BBC ‘Earth Summit' simulation on the global trade in chocolate, Chocolate, broadcast on BBC 1.
Doran Peter BBC Radio documentary contributions on ‘The Rainbow Warrior' (Greenpeace flagship) and ‘The fate of Raoul Wallenberg', Summary 1990. Recorded and produced in cooperation with Swedish national radio.
Doran Peter ,A special supplement published by ‘Yes Publications' in Derry, based on my undergraduate thesis. ‘Blueprint Three: Notes from the underground', a publication on civil society and Northern Ireland politics, on the importance of critical social movements and reflection for political transformation, focusing on the women's movement in Northern Ireland, prison pedagogy experiments, and community development organisations.
Doran Peter, An article anticipating the first Provisional IRA ceasefire, ‘Gender, Ecology and Modernity: Towards a post modern politics for a post-war Sinn Fein', in Fingerpost, December 1993.
Doran Peter, A lead article for Fortnight, ‘A wedge to open vicious circles', in support of the Opsahl Initiative on civil society's contribution to the peace process, drawing on the work of Vaclav Havel.
Dobson Professor Andrew ,Green Political Thought,Open University
''Andrew Dobson''s highly acclaimed introduction to green political thought is now available in a new edition. It has been fully revised and up-dated to take into account those areas that have grown in importance since the last edition was published. The third edition will include:
*a comparison of ecologism with other principal modern ideologies, such as liberalism, conservatism, fascism, socialism, feminism and anarchism;*an assessment of the relationship between green thinking and democracy, justice and citizenship; *an exploration of ''sustainable development'' addressing the fundamental question of ''what to sustain?'';
*real environmental problems and how green thinking is related to them.
Dobson Andrew,The Green Reader- editor , Essays Toward a Sustainable Society,
""Green politics is more than nature conservation. It begins with environmental problems but it does not end with them. It seeks the reasons for environmental degradation and finds them in the politics and economics of growth - precisely the politics and economics pursued by virtually every society on the planet."Among the writers represented are Rachel Carson, E.F. Schumacher, Kirkpatrick Sale, Aldous Huxley, Aldo Leopold, Brian Tokar, Vandana Shiva, and Denis Owen.
Hillman Meyer and Fawcett Tina," How to Save the Planet," making the case for Carbon Rationing, 2004 Published by Penguin.
Meyer Aubrey, Contraction and Convergence - The Global Solution to Climate Change ', Schumacher Briefing No.5 Published during and launched at COP-6, November 2000.
Toke Dave,The Politics of GM Food, London: Routledge, 2004
Toke Dave Green Politics and Neo-Liberalism, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2000.
Toke Dave ‘Power and Environmental Pressure Groups', Talking Politics Vol 9 No 2, pp 107-115, 1997
Toke Dave . ‘The Politics of Green Energy', Environmental Politics, Vol. 7 No 2, pp 166-173, 1998.
Toke Dave ‘Epistemic Communities and Environmental Groups', Politics, Vol 19 No 2, 97-102, 1999.
Toke Dave ‘Policy Network Creation ‘, Public Administration Vol 78 No 4, pp 835- 854, 2000.
Toke Dave ‘Green Radicalism - sideshow or new alternative?', The Political Quarterly Vol 71 No 4, pp 443- 450, 2000
Toke Dave ‘A Fresh Start for Wind Power?' International Journal of Ambient Energy Vol 21 No 2 pp 67-76 - co-authored with Dave Elliot of the Open University Technology Group, 2000.
Toke Dave "Ecological Modernisation - A Reformist review', New Political Economy Vol 6 No 2, pp 279-291, 2001.
Toke Dave ‘GM Crops: Science, Policy and Environmentalists', Environmental Politics, Vol 10 No 4pp 115-120, 2001.
Toke Dave'UK GM Crop Policy: Relative Calm before the Storm?' The Political Quarterly Vol 73 No 1 pp 67-75, 2002.
Toke Dave 'Ecological Modernisation and GM Food' Environmental Politics, (Autumn 2002) Vol 11 No.3 pp 145-163
. Toke Dave 'Wind Power and Rational Choice Theory' Environmental Politics, Vol 11 No. 4, 2002, pp 83-100.
Toke Dave 'Policy Networks and the GM Crops Issue: Assessing the Utility of a Dialectical Model of Policy Networks' Public Administration, (co-authored with Dave Marsh) Vol 81, No2, 2003 pp229-251
Toke Dave 'A Comparative Study of the Politics of GM Foods and Crops' (Research Note) Political Studies, Vol 52 no. 1, 2004. 'Explaining wind power planning outcomes, some findings from a study in England and Wales' Energy Policy, forthcoming 2004.
Toke Dave, 'Wind Power in the UK: how planning conditions and financial arrangements affect outcomes', International Journal of Sustainable Energy, forthcoming 2005.
'Toke Dave, Will the Government Catch the Wind?', The Political Quarterly, forthcoming 2005.
. Hillman, M., Adams, J. and Whitelegg, J. (1990) One False Move: A Study of Children's Independent Mobility Policy Studies Institute, London.
Whitelegg, J. (editor) (1992) Traffic Congestion: Is There a Way Out? Leading Edge Press, Hawes, Yorkshire
Whitelegg, J. Hulten, S. and Flink, T. (eds) (1993) High Speed Trains: fast tracks to the future Leading Edge Press, Hawes, Yorkshire
Whitelegg, J. (1993) Transport for a Sustainable Future: the case for Europe Belhaven, London.
Whitelegg, J. (1997) Critical Mass: Transport Environment and Society in the Twenty-first Century Pluto Press, London.
Nick Williams, Maf Smith and John Whitelegg (1998) Greening the Built Environment Earthscan, London
Whitelegg, J. and Haq, G. (eds) (2003) The Earthscan Reader in World Transport Policy and Practice Earthscan, London.
Whitelegg for Eco-Logica Eco-Logica has produced numerous reports and publications for which we get many requests. The most popular reports are listed below and are available to download from various external websites. More reports will be added to this list as demand dictates. Please note that, unless stated otherwise, all reports are Copyright © Eco-Logica Ltd.
Whitelegg J.Sustainable Transport Solutions for Calcutta (PDF, 45 kB)
Whitelegg J.,Non-motorized transport and sustainable development: Evidence from Calcutta (PDF, 30 kB)
Whitelegg J.A Guide to Achieving Traffic Reduction Targets in England and Wales A technical evaluation of road traffic reduction policies for the promoters of the Road Traffic Reduction Bill (PDF, 60 kB)
Whitelegg J,Roads, Jobs and the Economy A report for Greenpeace UK (PDF, 70 kB)
Whitelegg J.The Health of Professional Drivers A Report for the Transport & General Workers Union (PDF, 35 kB)
Whitelegg J.Freight Transport, Logistics and Sustainable Development A report for WWF (PDF, 180 kB)
Whitelegg J.,Transport and Land Take A report for CPRE (PDF, 90 kB)
Whitelegg J.,Selected international transport investment and funding frameworks and outcomes A report for the Australian National Transport Secretariat (Brisbane) (PDF, 80 kB)
Whitelegg J.,A review and analysis of the implications of "Soft factors likely to affect travel demand"
Review for South West T.A.R. of the original report to DTLR by Halcrow Group Ltd and analysis of its implications for multi-modal studies (PDF, 160 kB)
Whitelegg J.,Making the Connections: Transport and Social Exclusion
A report for the Cabinet Office (UK government) (PDF, 600 kB)
Whitelegg J., Joining in Public Transport: Key issues for Rural Access
An Evaluation for South West T.A.R. and the Countryside Agency of the Wiltshire Wigglybus experiment for Rural Access and SWARMMS Strategy (PDF, 2.2 MB)
Whitelegg J.,The Economics of Aviation: a North West England perspective A report for CPRE North West Regional Group. (PDF, 320 kB)
Whitelegg J.,The Plane Truth: Aviation and the Environment
A report for Transport 2000 and The Ashden Trust, London. (PDF, 160 kB)
Whitelegg J. Good practice in freight transport. A Sourcebook in English European Commission, 2000 (PDF, 1.2 MB)
SPANISH GERMAN FRENCH ITALIAN
Whitelegg J.,Time Pollution (PDF, 20 kB)
Whitelegg J.,Dirty from Cradle to Grave (PDF, 8 kB)
List compiled by Miriam Kennet October 2004 is being updated at the moment 2010