Gutberlet, J. (2015). "Cooperative urban mining in Brazil: Collective practices in selective household waste collection and recycling." Waste Management.
LeClerc, E., and Keeling, A. (2015) “From Cutlines to Traplines: Post-industrial land use at the Pine Point mine,” The Extractive Industries and Society 2 (January): 7-18.
Lepawsky, Josh (2015)"The changing geography of global trade in electronic discards: time to rethink the e-waste problem". The Geographical Journal 181(2): 147-159.
Lougheed, Scott C; Hird, Myra J; and Rowe, R Kerry (201X) "Governing Household Waste Management: An Empirical Analysis and Critique". Environmental Values (In Press)
Parizeau, Kate; Lepawsky, Josh (2015) "Legal orderings of waste in built spaces" International Journal of Law in the Built Environment 7(1):21 - 38
Clark, N. and Hird, Myra J. (2014) "Deep Shit", E. Joy and L. Bryant (eds.) ‘Objects/Ecology’ special issue of O-Zone: A Journal of Object-Oriented Studies, 1:44-52. ISSN:2326-8344.
Gutberlet, Jutta. (2014). More inclusive and cleaner cities with waste management co-production: Insights from participatory epistemologies and methods. Habitat International. 46: 234-243. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.habitatint.2014.10.004.
Hird, Myra J; Lougheed, Scott C.; Rowe, R Kerry; and Kuyvenhoven, Cassandra (2014) "Making Waste Management Public (Or Falling Back To Sleep)". Social Studies of Science, (44),3: 441-465.
Lepawsky, Josh; Akese, Grace; Billah, Mostaem; Conolly, Creighton; McNabb, Chris. (2014) "Composing Urban Orders from Rubbish Electronics: Cityness and the Site Multiple". International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 39(2).
Lepawsky, Josh (2014). "Are we living in a post-Basel world?" Area, 47(1), 7–15.
Liboiron, Max (2014). “Mapping Waste When Waste is Invisible” Grassroots Mapping Forum: The Public Lab Community Journal of Environmental Research 6(2).
Deacon, L. and Baxter, Jamie (2013) 'No Opportunity to Say No: A case study of procedural environmental injustice in Canada' Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56(5): 607-23.
Gutberlet, Jutta. (2013). Briefing: Social facets of solid waste: insights from the global south. Waste and Resource Management. 166 (3): 110–113 http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/warm.13.00011.
Gutberlet, Jutta; Baeder, A.M.; Pontuschka, N.N.; Felipone, S.M.N.; dos Santos, T.L.F. (2013). Participatory Research Revealing the Work and Occupational Health Hazards of Cooperative Recyclers in Brazil. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10: 4607-4627; doi:10.3390/ijerph10104607.
Lepawsky, J. and Mather, C. (2013). "Checking in with reality: a response to Herod et al." Area 45: 383–385.
Liboiron, Max (2013). “Modern Waste as Strategy” Lo Squaderno: Explorations in Space and Society 29: 9-12.
Murphy, Michelle (2013). “Distributed Reproduction, Chemical Violence, and Latency” The Scholar and Feminist Online 11(3)
Nunn, N. and Gutberlet, Jutta. (2013). Cooperative recycling in São Paulo, Brazil: towards an emotional consideration of empowerment. Area, 45 (4): 452-458. doi: 10.1111/area.12052.
King, M. and Gutberlet, Jutta. (2013). Contribution of cooperative sector recycling to greenhouse gas emissions reduction: a case study of Ribeirão Pires, Brazil. Waste Management, 33(12), pp.: 2771-2780. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2013.07.031.
Hird, Myra J. (2013) ‘Waste, Landfills, and an Environmental Ethics of Vulnerability’, Ethics and the Environment 18(1): 105-124. ISSN: 1085-6633.
Hird, Myra J. (2013) ‘Planetary Messmates: Engaging with Elizabeth Mazzolini and Philip Olson on the Topic of Waste’, Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 2(10): 52-57.
Hird, Myra J. (2013) ‘Is Waste Indeterminacy Useful? A response to Zsuzsa Gille’, Social Epistemology, 2(6): 28-33.
Binion, E. and Gutberlet, Jutta. (2012). The effects of handling solid waste on the wellbeing of informal and organized recyclers: A review of the literature. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 18(1): 43-52.
Gutberlet, Jutta. (2012). Informal and cooperative recycling as a poverty eradication strategy. Geography Compass, 6(1): 19–34, DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2011.00468.x.
Hird, Myra J. (2012) "Knowing Waste: Toward an Inhuman Epistemology", Social Epistemology, 26(3-4).
Lepawsky, Josh. (2012) "Legal geographies of e-waste legislation in Canada and the US: Jurisdiction, responsibility and the taboo of production" Geoforum, 43(6): 1194-1206
Liboiron, Max (2012). “Tactics of Waste, Dirt and Discard in the Occupy Movement” Social Movement Studies: Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest 11(3-4): 393-401.
Keeling, A. and Wynn, G. (2011) "'The Park is…A Mess': Development and Degradation in B.C.'s First Provincial Park," BC Studies 120 (Summer): 119-150.
Lepawsky, Josh; Mather, Charles. (2011) "From beginnings and endings to boundaries and edges: rethinking circulation and exchange through electronic waste". Area 43(3):242-249.
Lepawsky, J. and Billah, M. (2011) "Making Chains That (Un)Make Things: Waste–Value Relations And The Bangladeshi Rubbish Electronics Industry" Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 93: 121–139.
Yates, J. S. & Gutberlet, Jutta. (2011). Re-claiming and re-circulating urban natures: Integrated organic waste management in Diadema, Brazil. Environment and Planning A, 43: 2109 – 2124.
2010 and prior
Keeling, A. (2010) "'Born in an Atomic Test Tube': Landscapes of cyclonic development at Uranium City, Saskatchewan". The Canadian Geographer 54, 2 (Summer), 228-252.
Lepawsky, Josh; McNabb, Chris. (2010). "Mapping international flows of electronic waste" The Canadian Geographer 54(2): 177-195.
Liboiron, Max. (2010). “Recycling as a Crisis of Meaning” Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, Intersections Conference Journal: 1-9.
Keeling, A. and Sandlos, J. (2009) "Environmental Justice Goes Underground? Historical Notes from Canada's Northern Mining Frontier". Environmental Justice 2, 3: 117-125.
Baxter, Jamie. (2009) "Risk Perception: A Quantitative investigation of the insider/outsider dimension of cultural theory and place" Journal of Risk Research, 12(6): 771-91.
Murphy, Michelle (2008). “Chemical Regimes of Living” Journal of Environmental History 13(4): 695-703
Keeling, A. (2007) "Charting Marine Pollution Science: Oceanography and Pollution Control on Canada’s Pacific Coast, 1938-1970". Journal of Historical Geography 33: 403-428.
Baxter, Jamie. (2006) "Place impacts of technological hazards: A case study of community conflict as outcome", Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 49(3): 337-60.
Baxter, Jamie. and Greenlaw, K. (2005) "Revisiting cultural theory of risk: Explaining perceptions of technological environmental hazards using comparative analysis", Canadian Geographer, 49(1): 61-80.
Keeling, A. (2005) "Urban Waste Sinks as a Natural Resource: The Case of the Fraser River". Urban History Review/Revue d’Histoire Urbaine 34, pp. 58-70.
Baxter, Jaime. and Lee, D. (2004) "Explaining the maintenance of low concern near a hazardous waste treatment facility", Journal of Risk Research, 6(1): 705-729.
Keeling, A. (2004) “Sink or Swim: Water Pollution and Environmental Politics in Vancouver, 1889-1975,” BC Studies 142/43 (Summer/Autumn), 69-101.
Tremblay, C.; Gutberlet, J. & Bonatti M. (2015) "Celebrating Community-University Research Partnerships: Experiences in Brazil". In: Hall, B.; Tandon, R. & Tremblay, C. (Eds.), Strengthening community university research partnerships: global perspectives. Victoria: University of Victoria and PRIA, pp. 73-94.
Keeling, A. (2012) “Mining Waste” and “Sewage,” in C. Zimring (Ed.), SAGE Encyclopedia of Consumption and Waste (Sage), 553-556, 799-801
Liboiron, Max (2014). “The Plastisphere” The Petroleum Magna. Eds. Marina Zurkow and Valerie Vogrin. Peanut Books: 24.
Liboiron, Max. (2013). “Plasticizers: A Twenty-first Century Miasma,” Accumulation: The Material Politics of Plastics. Eds. Jennifer Gabrys, Gay Hawkins, Mike Michael. Routledge: 22-44.
Murphy, Michelle (2013). “Chemical Infrastructures of Reproduction” in Toxic World, Nathalie Jas and Soraya Boudia, eds. London, Pickering and Chato.
Murphy, Michelle (2006). Sick Building Syndrome and the Problem of Uncertainty: Environmental Politics, Technoscience, and Women Workers, Duke University Press.
Murphy, Michelle (2004) "Landscapes of Exposure: Knowledge and Illness in Modern Environments". Osiris Vol. 19. Gregg Mitman, Michelle Murphy and Christopher Sellers, eds. University of Chicago Press
Murphy, Michelle (2004) “Uncertain Exposures and the Privilege of Imperception: Activist Scientists and Race at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ” in Landscapes of Exposure: Knowledge and Illness in Modern Environments, Osiris Vol. 19:266-82. Gregg Mitman, Michelle Murphy and Christopher Sellers, eds. University of Chicago Press
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