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Professor Derek Bell
Dr Jo Swaffield
Climate ethics with an ethnographic sensibility2019
Professor Derek Bell
Dr Jo Swaffield
How New are New Harms Really? Climate Change, Historical Reasoning and Social Change2019
Dr Maria-Valasia Peppa
Professor Derek Bell
Tom Komar
Dr Wen Xiao
Urban traffic flow analysis based on deep learning car detection from cctv image series2018
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Simin Davoudi
A fairer city: Towards a pluralistic, relational and multi-scalar perspective2016
Dr Emily Clough
Professor Derek Bell
Just fracking: a distributive environmental justice analysis of unconventional gas development in Pennsylvania, USA2016
Professor Simin Davoudi
Professor Derek Bell
Justice and Fairness in the City, A multi-disciplinary approach to ‘ordinary’ cities2016
Professor Simin Davoudi
Professor Derek Bell
Justice and fairness in the city: A multi-disciplinary approach to 'ordinary' cities2016
Professor Simin Davoudi
Professor Derek Bell
Local environmental justice2016
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Simin Davoudi
Participation, procedural fairness and local decision making2016
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Simin Davoudi
Social justice and life course2016
Professor Simin Davoudi
Professor Derek Bell
Spatial justice and the right to the city2016
Professor Simin Davoudi
Professor Derek Bell
Understanding justice and fairness in and of the city2016
Professor Derek Bell
Climate Change and Human Rights2013
Professor Derek Bell
Coming of age? Environmental Politics at 212013
Professor Derek Bell
Environmental citizenship: global, local and individual2013
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Derek Bell
Environmental justice of nuclear waste policy in Taiwan: Taipower, government and local community2013
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Tim Gray
Revisiting the 'social gap': public opinion and relations of power in the local politics of wind energy2013
Dr Karen Scott
Professor Derek Bell
Trying to measure local wellbeing: indicator development as a site of discursive struggles2013
Dr Jo Swaffield
Professor Derek Bell
Can 'climate champions' save the planet? A critical reflection on neoliberal social change2012
Professor Derek Bell
Climate Duties, Human Rights and Historical Emissions2011
Professor Derek Bell
Does Anthropogenic Climate Change Violate Human Rights?2011
Professor Derek Bell
Global Climate Justice, Historical Emissions and Excusable Ignorance2011
Professor Derek Bell
Justice and the Politics of Climate Change2010
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Derek Bell
Lessons for community-based management approaches to mine water pollution problems: a comparative study of four cases in northeast England2010
Professor Derek Bell
Carbon Justice? The Case Against a Universal Right to Equal Carbon Emissions2008
Dr Nicola Thompson
Professor Derek Bell
Articulating political knowledge in deliberation2006
Professor Derek Bell
Environmental Citizenship: Getting from Here to There2006
Professor Derek Bell
Introduction2006
Professor Derek Bell
Dr Nicola Thompson
Mx Jan Deckers
Dr Mary Brennan
Professor Tim Gray
et al.
Deliberating the Environment: Scientists and the Socially Excluded in Dialogue2005
Professor Derek Bell
Environmental learning, metaphors and natural capital2005
Professor Derek Bell
Liberal environmental citizenship2005
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Claire Haggett
Professor Derek Bell
Offshore wind farms and commercial fisheries in the UK: A study in stakeholder consultation2005
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Claire Haggett
The 'social gap' in wind farm siting decisions: Explanations and policy responses2005
Professor Derek Bell
Creating green citizens? Political liberalism and environmental education2004
Professor Derek Bell
Dr Nicola Thompson
Mx Jan Deckers
Dr Mary Brennan
Professor Tim Gray
et al.
Deliberating the Environment: Final Project Report, Economic and Social Research Council - Science and Society Programme2004
Professor Derek Bell
Environmental justice and Rawls' difference principle2004
Professor Derek Bell
Environmental Refugees: What Rights? Which Duties?2004
Professor Derek Bell
Sustainability through Democratization? The Aarhus Convention and the Future of Environmental Decision-Making in Europe.2004
Professor Derek Bell
de Geus, M., 'The end of over-consumption: Towards a lifestyle of moderation and self-restraint', Utrecht: International Books, 2003 [Book review]2003
Professor Derek Bell
Economic growth versus the environment: The politics of wealth, health and air pollution2003
Professor Derek Bell
Rawls and research on cognitively impaired patients: A reply to Maio2003
Professor Derek Bell
How can political liberals be environmentalists?2002
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Tim Gray
The Ambiguous Role of the Environment Agency in England and Wales2002