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DAVID SCHLOSBERG, Ph.D.
Professor of Environmental Politics
Department of Government and International Relations
Room 270, Merewether Bldg (H04)
The University of Sydney NSW 2006
Australia
E: david.schlosberg@sydney.edu.au

EDUCATION
Ph.D. M.S., Political Science, University of Oregon. 1996, 1991.
B.A. Politics (with Honors) and Psychology, University of California at Santa Cruz. 1985.

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
2011 – : University of Sydney, Australia
Professor of Environmental Politics, Department of Government and International Relations
Co-Director, Sydney Environment Institute

1996 – 2010: Northern Arizona University, Department of Politics and International Affairs.
2008 – 2010: Director, Environmental Studies Program
2005 – 2008: Chair, Department of Politics and International Affairs
1996 – 2010: Affiliate Faculty, Center for Sustainable Environments

1992 – 1996: University of Oregon, Instructor, Department of Political Science

VISITING APPOINTMENTS
Research Associate, Department of Sociology, University of California Santa Cruz. March-    June 2016.
Visiting Scholar, Department of Philosophy and the Program for Values in Society, University of  Washington. January-March 2016.
Visiting Professor of Sustainability, School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, Newcastle  University UK. November 2011.
Currie C. and Thomas A. Barron Visiting Professor in the Environment and Humanities.  Princeton Environmental Institute and the University Center for Human Values, Princeton  University. January-June 2009.
Fulbright Senior Scholar and Visiting Research Fellow, Social and Political Theory Program,  Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University. October 2003-April  2004.
Visiting Lecturer of Political Theory, Department of Government, London School of Economics  and Political Science. July 2000-September 2001

PUBLICATIONS
Books
Authored or Co-authored
Climate-Challenged Society. 2013.
Co-authored with John Dryzek and Richard Norgaard. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Defining Environmental Justice: Theories, Movements, and Nature. 2007.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Green States and Social Movements: Environmentalism in the United States, Britain, Germany, and Norway. 2003. Co-authored with John Dryzek, David Downes, and Christian Hunold. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Environmental Justice and the New Pluralism: The Challenge of Difference for Environmentalism. 1999. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Edited or Co-edited
The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory. 2016.
Co-edited with Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, and John Meyer. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Political Animals and Animal Politics. 2014.
Co-edited with Marcel Wissenburg. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

The Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society. 2011.
Co-edited with John Dryzek and Richard Norgaard. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Environmentalism in the United States: Changing Patterns of Action and Advocacy. 2008. Co-edited with Elizabeth Bomberg. London: Routledge.

Debating the Earth: The Environmental Politics Reader, 2nd Edition. 2005.
Co-edited with John Dryzek. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (1st Edition published in 1998.)

Refereed Articles
Schlosberg, David, Lisette B. Collins, and Simon Niemeyer. 2017. “Adaptation Policy and Community Discourse: Risk, Vulnerability, and Just Transformation.” Environmental Politics 26, No 3.

Agyeman, Julian, David Schlosberg, Luke Craven, and Caitlin Matthews. 2016. “Trends and Directions in Environmental Justice: From Inequity to Everyday Life, Community, and Just Sustainabilities.” In The Annual Review of Environment and Resources 41:6.1-6.20.

Schlosberg, David and Romand Coles. 2016. “The New Environmentalism of Everyday Life: Sustainability, Material Flows, and Movements.” Contemporary Political Theory 15, No. 2: 160-181. (First published online in 2015, open access, at doi: 10.1057/cpt.2015.34)

Castree, Noel, William M. Adams, John Barry, Daniel Brockington, Bram Büscher, Esteve Corbera, David Demeritt, Rosaleen Duffy, Ulrike Felt, Katja Neves, Peter Newell, Luigi Pellizzoni, Kate Rigby, Paul Robbins, Libby Robin, Deborah Bird Rose, Andrew Ross, David Schlosberg, Sverker Sörlin, Paige West, Mark Whitehead & Brian Wynne. 2014. “Changing the Intellectual Climate.” Nature Climate Change 4, 763–768. (doi:10.1038/nclimate2339)

Schlosberg, David and Lisette B. Collins. 2014. “From Environmental to Climate Justice: Climate Change and the Discourse of Environmental Justice.” WIREs Climate Change. doi: 10.1002/wcc.275

Schlosberg, David. 2013. “Theorizing Environmental Justice: The Expanding Sphere of a Discourse.” In a special 21st anniversary edition of Environmental Politics 22, No. 1: 37-55.

Schlosberg, David. (2013). “Political Challenges of the Climate-Changed Society.” PS: Political Science and Politics 46, No. 1: 13-17.

Schlosberg, David. (2012). “Climate Justice and Capabilities: A Framework for Adaptation Policy.” Ethics and International Affairs 26, No. 4: 445-461

Schlosberg, David and David Carruthers. (2010). “Indigenous Struggles, Environmental Justice, and Community Capabilities.” Global Environmental Politics 10, No. 4: 12-35.

Schlosberg, David and Sara Rinfret (2008). “Ecological Modernization, American Style.” Environmental Politics 17, No. 2: 254-275.

Schlosberg, David, Stuart Shulman and Stephen Zavestoski. (2007). “Democracy and E-Rulemaking: Web-based Participation and the Potential of Deliberation.” Journal of Information Technology and Politics 4, No. 1: 37-55.

Zavestoski, Stephen, Stuart Shulman, and David Schlosberg (2006). “Democracy and the Environment on the Internet: Electronic Citizen Participation in Regulatory Rulemaking.” Science, Technology, and Human Values 31, No. 4: 383-408.

Schlosberg, David (2004). “Reconceiving Environmental Justice: Global Movements and Political Theories.” Environmental Politics 13, No. 3: 517-540.

Shulman, Stuart, David Schlosberg, and Steve Zavestoski (2003). “Electronic Rule-Making: New Frontiers in Public Participation.” Social Science Computer Review 21, No. 2: 162-178.

Schlosberg, David, and John Dryzek (2002). “Political Strategies of American Environmentalism: Inclusion and Beyond.” Society and Natural Resources 15, No. 9: 787-804.

Schlosberg, David and John Dryzek (2002). “Digital Democracy: Authentic or Virtual.” Organization and Environment 15, No. 3: 327-330.

Dryzek, John, Christian Hunold, and David Schlosberg (2002). “Environmental Transformation of the State: A Study of the United States, Norway, Germany, and the United Kingdom.” Political Studies 50, No. 4: 659-682.

Schlosberg, David and Tom Sisk (2000). “The Environmental Science/Policy Interface: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries with a Team-Teaching Approach.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33, No. 1: 75-79.

Schlosberg, David (1999). “Networks and Mobile Arrangements: Organizational Innovation in the U.S. Environmental Justice Movement.” Environmental Politics 6, No. 1: 122-48. This special issue is reprinted in book form as Chris Rootes, ed., Environmental Movements: Local, National, and Global. London: Frank Cass.

Schlosberg, David (1998). “Resurrecting the Pluralist Universe.” Political Research Quarterly, 51, No. 3: 583-615.

Schlosberg, David (1995). “Communicative Action in Practice: Intersubjectivity and New Social Movements.” Political Studies 43: 291-311.

Chapters in Edited Collections
Schlosberg, David. Forthcoming 2017. “Environmental (In)justice.” In Noel Castree, Mike Hulme, and James Proctor, eds., The Companion to Environmental Studies. London: Routledge.

Schlosberg, David, Lauren Rickards, and Jason Byrne. Forthcoming 2017. “Environmental Justice and Attachment to Place: Australian Cases.” In Ryan Holifield, Jayajit Chakraborty, and Gordon Walker, eds., The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. London: Routledge.

Schlosberg, David and Rom Coles. 2016. “The New Environmentalism of Everyday Life: Sustainability, Material Flows, and Movements.” In John M. Meyer and Jens M. Kersten, The Greening of Everyday Life: Challenging Practices, Imagining Possibilities. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Republished article from Contemporary Political Theory.)

Schlosberg, David. 2016. “Environmental Management for the Anthropocene.” In Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, John Meyer, and David Schlosberg, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory. Oxford UK: Oxford University Press.

Gabrielson, Teena, Cheryl Hall, John Meyer, and David Schlosberg. 2016. “Introducing Environmental Political Theory.” In Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, John Meyer, and David Schlosberg, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory. Oxford UK: Oxford University Press.

Wissenburg, Marcel and David Schlosberg. 2014. “Introducing Animal Politics and Political Animals.” In Marcel Wissenburg and David Schlosberg, eds., Animal Politics and Political Animals. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Schlosberg, David. (2014). “Ecological Justice for the Anthropocene.” In Marcel Wissenburg and David Schlosberg, eds., Animal Politics and Political Animals. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Schlosberg, David. (2012). “Justice, Ecological Integrity, and Climate Change.” In Allen Thompson and Jeremy Bendik-Keymer, eds., Ethical Adaptation to Climate Change: Human Virtues of the Future, MIT Press.

Dryzek, John, Richard Norgaard, and David Schlosberg (2011). “Climate Change and Society: Approaches and Responses.” In The Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Schlosberg, David, Stuart Shulman, and Stephen Zavestoski (2009). “Deliberation in E-Rulmaking? The Problem of Mass Participation.” In Todd Davies and Seeta Gangadharan, eds., Online Deliberation: Design, Research, and Practice. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Schlosberg, David and Elizabeth Bomberg (2008). “Perspectives on American Environmentalism.” Environmental Politics 17, No. 2: 187-199. Introduction to a special issue of Environmental Politics on the State of American Environmentalism, also published as Environmentalism in the United States: Changing Patterns of Action and Advocacy, Routledge.

Bomberg, Elizabeth and David Schlosberg (2008). “US Environmentalism in Comparative Perspective.” Environmental Politics 17, No. 2: 337-348. Conclusion to a special issue of Environmental Politics on the State of American Environmentalism, also published as Environmentalism in the United States: Changing Patterns of Action and Advocacy, Routledge.

Schlosberg, David, Stuart Shulman and Stephen Zavestoski (2008). “Deliberation in E-Rulemaking? The Problem of Mass Participation.” In Todd Davies and Beth Noveck, eds., Online Deliberation. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Schlosberg, David (2006). “The Pluralist Imagination.” In John Dryzek, Anne Philips, and Bonnie Honig, eds., Oxford Handbook of Political Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Schlosberg, David, Stuart Shulman and Stephen Zavestoski (2005). “Virtual Environmental Citizenship: Web-Based Public Participation on Environmental Rulemaking in the U.S.” In Andy Dobson and Derek Bell, eds., Environmental Citizenship: Getting from Here to There, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Schlosberg, David (2005). “Environmental and Ecological Justice: Theory and Practice in the U.S.” In Robyn Eckersley and John Barry, eds., The State and the Global Ecological Crisis. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Schlosberg, David (2005). “Reconceiving Environmental Justice: Global Movements and Political Theories.” In Jouni Paavola and Ian Lowe, eds., Environmental Values in the Globalizing World: Nature, Justice and Governance. London: Routledge. (Reprinted from Environmental Politics article of 2004).

Schlosberg, David (2003). “The Justice of Environmental Justice: Reconciling Equity, Recognition, and Participation in a Political Movement.” In Andrew Light and Avner deShalit, eds., Moral and Political Reasoning in Environmental Practice. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Schlosberg, David (1997). “Challenging Pluralism: Environmental Justice and the Evolution of Pluralist Practice.” In Roger Gottlieb, ed., The Ecological Community: Environmental Challenges for Philosophy, Politics, and Morality. London: Routledge.

Dryzek, John, and Schlosberg, David (1995). “Disciplining Darwin: Biological Ideas in the History of Political Science.” In John Dryzek, James Farr, and Stephen Leonard, eds., Political Science in History: Research Programs and Political Traditions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Book Reviews and Review Essays
Hans Blokland, Pluralism, Democracy, and Political Knowledge: Robert A. Dahl and his Critics on Modern Politics. Ashgate 2011. Australian Journal of Political Science 48, No. 3, 2013, pp. 79-81.

Eric Posner and David Weisbach, Climate Change Justice, Princeton University Press 2010. Climate Law 1, No. 3, 2010: 454-7.

Christopher Klyza and David Sousa, American Environmental Policy 1990-2006: Beyond Gridlock. MIT Press 2007. Environmental Ethics 32, No. 2 (2010): 221-222.

John O’Neill, Alan Holland and Andrew Light, Environmental Values, (Routledge Introductions to Environment series), Routledge, 2008. Environmental Politics 18, No. 1 (February 2009): 141-143.

Kimberly Smith: African American Environmental Thought: Foundations. University of Kansas Press 2007. Environmental Politics 17, No. 5 (2008).

John G. Gunnell: Imagining the American Polity. Penn State Press 2004. Perspectives in Politics 2, No. 4 (December 2004): 824-5.

“Teaching Environmental Politics: Texts and Contexts.” Review article. Environmental Politics 12, No. 4 (Winter 2003): 125-130. (Contains reviews of James Connelly and Graham Smith, Politics and the Environment: From Theory to Practice, 2nd edition, Routledge, 2003; Neil Carter, The Politics of the Environment: Ideas, Activism, Policy, Cambridge University Press, 2001; Erika Cudworth, Environment and Society, Routledge, 2003.)

Robert Gottlieb: Environmentalism Unbound. MIT 2000. American Political Science Review, Vol. 96, No. 3 (September 2002): 613.

Avner de-Shalit: The Environment Between Theory and Practice. Oxford 2000. Political Studies, Vol. 49, No. 4 (September 2001): 789.

Michael Mason: Environmental Democracy. St. Martins 1999. Political Studies, Vol. 48, No. 4 (September 2000): 835.

Nicholas Low and Brendan Gleeson: Justice, Society and Nature: An Exploration of Political Ecology. Routledge 1998. Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 34, No. 3: 483-4.

“The Narrow and the Broad: Histories of U.S. Environmentalism.” Review article. Environmental Politics, 3, No. 3 (Autumn 1994), pp. 519-524. (Contains reviews of Kirkpatrick Sale: The Green Revolution: The American Environmental Movement, 1962-1992, Hill and Wang 1993; Philip Shabecoff: A Fierce Green Fire: The American Environmental Movement, Island Press, 1993; Robert Gottlieb: Forcing the Spring: The Transformation of the American Environmental Movement, Island Press, 1993.)

Other Publications, Commentaries, and Translations

Schlosberg, David. 2016. Guest editor, Special Symposium on Just Adapatation. Environmental Politics 26, No. 3.

Schlosberg, David. 2016. Guest editor, Special Symposium on Environmental Movement Politics in Australia. Environmental Politics 25, No. 6: 1034-1125.

Schlosberg, David. 2016. “Trends and Directions in Environmental Justice.” Blog of the Sydney Environment Institute. 12 September.

Schlosberg, David. 2015. “Sabotage: How the Attack on Renewables Undermines Government.” Australian Book Review No. 375, October: 10-14.

Schlosberg, David. 2015. “La justice climatique du point de vue des victims.” La Revue Durable, Mars-Mai:26-31. (French translation of a portion of “Climate Justice and Capabilities: A Framework for Adaptation Policy.”

Schlosberg, David and Lisette Collins. 2015. “Des origines de la justice environnementale.”La Revue Durable, Mars-Mai: 44-46. (French translation of a portion of “From Environmental to Climate Justice.”

Schlosberg, David and Lisette Collins. 2015. “Le mouvement pour la justice climatique vient du terrain, du local, de la base.La Revue Durable, Mars-Mai: 47-50. (French translation of a portion of “From Environmental to Climate Justice.”

Schlosberg, David. 2015. “Australian Climate Policy Fails Even Basic Market Ideals.” Blog of the Sydney Environment Institute. 27 April.

Schlosberg, David and Elizabeth McArthur. 2014. “Can we change the academic climate?” Blog of the Sydney Environment Institute. 2 October.  

Schlosberg, David. 2014. “Australia Deserves Better: New US Climate Policy Leaves Australia Far Behind.” Blog of the Sydney Environment Institute. 11 June. Published in the Sydney Morning Herald asUS President Barack Obama goes different direction to Prime Minister Tony Abbott on climate.” 12 June.

Schlosberg, David. 2014. “From Environmental to Climate Justice.” Blog of the Sydney Environment Institute. 16 April.

Schlosberg, David. 2013. “Can Environmental Justice Solve Coal Seam Gas Fears?” ABC’s The Drum, 7 August.

Dryzek, John and David Schlosberg. 2013. “The Challenge of Climate Change in the Anthropocene.” Op-Ed, People’s Daily, China, 25 July.

Schlosberg, David. 2012. “We Can’t Prevent Climate Change, So What Should We Do?” The Conversation, 13 March. At http://theconversation.edu.au/we-cant-prevent-climate-change-so-what-should-we-do-5740

Schlosberg, David. 2011. “From Sustainability to New Materialism.” Commentary for Carnegie Council on Ethics in International Affairs online forum on “What are the Limits and Benefits of the Sustainability Approach.” Available at www.carnegiecouncil.org/resources/articles_papers_reports/0103.html

Schlosberg, David. 2011. “Justicia Ambiental Y Climática: De La Equidad Al Funcionamiento Comunitario.” (Translation of ‘Environmental and Climate Justice: From Equity to Community Functioning.”) Ecología Política 41.

Schlosberg, David. 2009. “Capacity and Capabilities: A Response to the Greenhouse Development Rights Framework.” Ethics, Place and Environment 12, No. 3: 287-290.

Schlosberg, David, Stephen Zavestoski, and Stuart Shulman. 2006. “Democracy and E-Rulemaking: Web-based Technologies, Deliberation, and Environmental Campaigns.” In Interim Report on the Administrative Law Process and Procedure Project for the 21st Century, Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives, 109th Congress, December 2006, pp 1187-1224.

Schlosberg, David. “Research and Teaching are Not Mutually Exclusive.” Guest editorial, Arizona Daily Sun. June 4, 2004.

Schlosberg, David. “Three Dimensions of Environmental Justice: Implications for the Ecological State,” in a special feature on The Global Ecological Crisis and the Nation State: Sovereignty, Economy, and Ecology, in ECPR News: The Circular of the European Consortium for Political Research 12 (Winter 2000-01), No. 1:21-22.

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Research Hub on Health and Social Impacts of Climate Change. 2017-18. Co-CI with a wide range of researchers at the University of Sydney to provide research expertise to the state of New South Wales on climate impacts and adaptive responses. AU$500,000

EmergencyNSW Community Resilience Innovation Program (CRIP). 2017. Partner with Resilient Sydney on the project: “Resilient Sydney – Insights into Community Urban Resilience Experiences.” AU$100,000

Australian Research Council, Discovery Projects 2014-2017. For the project DP140103863: “The New Environmentalism of Everyday Life: Sustainability, Material Flows, and the Evolution of Environmental Movements.” AU$320,000

University of Sydney, Sydney Research Network Scheme (SyReNS), 2012-13. Lead Academic/Director, Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society (SNCCS). AU$290,000.

Australian Research Council, Discovery Projects. For the project DP120104797: “Rethinking climate justice in an age of adaptation: capabilities, local variation, and public deliberation. 2012-15. AU$250,000.

The Leverhulme Trust. Visiting Professorship, Keele University, UK. 2010. $96,164. (Declined.)

Northern Arizona University Research and Creative Activity Awards, 2009. “Most Significant Scholarly Work” for Defining Environmental Justice (Oxford 2007).

National Science Foundation, Social and Economic Sciences, Social Dimensions of Engineering, Science and Technology: Ethics and Values Studies. Total budget: $250,387. For the project SES-0322662: “Democracy and E-Rulemaking: Comparing Traditional vs. Electronic Comment from a Discursive Democratic Framework.” September 2003-August 2005.

Research Experience for Undergraduates supplement to SES-0322662 awarded December 2004. Budget (undergraduate stipends): $9900

Fulbright Senior Scholar Fellowship, Australian-American Fulbright Commission. Social and Political Theory Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University.October 2003-March 2004.

Intramural Grant Program, Northern Arizona University, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003. For a variety of projects, including “Web Based Citizen Participation in Environmental Rulemaking,” “Discursive Democracy and Environmental Collaboration: From Theory to Practice,” “States and Social Movements: Environmentalism and Citizenship,” and “Innovations in Public Participation: Democratic Theory and Environmental Justice.”

Fellow, Oregon Humanities Center, University of Oregon, 1992-93. For research on issues of motivation and identity in environmental activism.

TEACHING HONORS
Educator of Influence, Northern Arizona University 2010. Named by President’s Award winner, Jason Simpson. The President’s Award is the highest award given to graduating seniors; they are asked to name the most influential teacher of their college career.

Teaching Scholar Award, Northern Arizona University. 1999. NAU’s highest teaching honor; awarded for distinction achieved both as a teacher and a scholar, and for integrating scholarship with curriculum.

Hovet Award for Outstanding Graduate Fellow Teaching. 1993. Department of Political Science, University of Oregon.

INVITED TALKS AND SEMINARS

“Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene: Attachment, Community, and Governance,” given at:

University of Exeter, Department of Geography, May 2016

International Association for the Study of the Commons, Bern, Switzerland, May 2016. Keynote address.

Drexel University, Center for Science, Technology, and Policy, Philadelphia, March 2016.

Earth Systems Governance Conference, Canberra Australia, December 2015. Semi-Plenary on Environmental Justice.

“Environmentalism and Justice in Everyday Life: The Discourse of Justice in Community Food and Energy Movements.” The Jessica Roy Memorial Lecture, hosted by the Sociology Department at the University of California Santa Cruz. April 2016. Also given at the University of Oregon, Department of Political Science, March 2016

“New Directions for Environmental Justice Research.” Invited Keynote on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the journal Local Environment. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 2016.

“The New Environmentalism of Everyday Life: Social Movements and Sustainable Materialism.” Swarthmore College, PA, March 2016.

“Environmentalism, Everyday Life And Conceptions of Justice: Community Food And Energy Movements.” Public Lecture for the Environmental Research Group and the Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia. December 2015. Also given at the Green City Lecture Series, Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA, February 2016.

“The Future of Environmental Politics.” Plenary Panel, Australian Political Studies Association Annual Meeting, Canberra, Australia, September 2015.

“Environmental Theory for the Anthropocene.” Workshop on ‘Ecological Transitions’. Centre Cultural International de Cerisy, France, July 2015.

“Plurality and Conceptions of Justice in Food Movements.” Keynote address, conference on ‘The Plurality and Politics of Environmental Justice,” University of East Anglia June 2015.

“Environmental Politics in a Time of Crisis: Climate Change and Insecurity.” Keynote address, New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Auckland, NZ, December 2014.

“Environmental Management in the Anthropocene.” Grand Challenges Lecture Series, Institute for Future Environments, Queensland University of Technology. 30 May 2014.

“Climate-Challenged Society: Environmental Management and the Anthropocene.” The Ben Rabinowitz Lecture in Environmental Ethics. Department of Philosophy and the Program on Values in Society, University of Washington, 19 October 2013.

“The New Environmentalism of Everyday Life.” Presented at:
Sociology Colloquium Series, University of California, Santa Cruz, 14 October 2013
Energy and Resources Group Colloquium Series, UC Berkeley, 16 October 2013.

“Theorizing Environmental Justice: The Expanding Sphere of a Discourse.” Presented at:
Arizona State University, Institute for Humanities Research, 24 January 2013.
Princeton University, Conference on “Environmental Humanities for a Changing World,” Princeton Environmental Institute, 9 March 2013.

“Environmental Justice: Origins and Evolution.” Keynote address, Environmental Justice Symposium, Queensland University of Technology. Also sponsored by Australia Wild Law Alliance and Queensland Environmental Defenders Office. Brisbane, 23 November 2012.

“Environmental Justice: Then and Now.” Keynote address, Symposium on Environmental Justice. University of Melbourne Law School Centre for Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law and the Environmental Defenders Office. Melbourne, 27 July 2012.

“Environmental Action, Inclusion, and Justice in the Green City.” Keynote plenary presentation, 10th Annual Planning and Environment Association Symposium on Next City: Planning for a New Energy and Climate Future, University of Sydney, 26 July 2012.

“Politics in a Climate-Challenged Society.” Inaugural Professorial Lecture, University of Sydney. March 2012.

“Climate Justice and Inclusive Adaptation Planning: A Capabilities-Based Approach.” Conference on “Re-Imagining Inclusive Urbanization,” organized by Global Studio, Bhopal, India, January 2012.

“Justice, Ecological Integrity, and Climate Change.” Given as Visiting Professor of Sustainability, School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, Newcastle University UK. November 2011.

“Murray Bookchin and Social Ecology: Rethinking Nature and Alienating a Movement.” Part of the Sydney Ideas Key Thinkers Series, University of Sydney, September 2011.

“Climate Justice, Vulnerability, and Adaptation: A Capabilities Approach.” Conference on Environmental Governance, Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, July 2011.

“Ecological Justice: Capabilities and Critics,” in a workshop on Beyond the Human: Animal Rights, Environmental Justice, and Ecological Justice organized by the Just World Institute, University of Edinburgh, July 16, 2010.

“Rethinking Global Climate Justice: Capabilities, Vulnerability, and Adaptation.” Presented as the Henry M. Jackson Lecture, Whitman College, March 1, 2010.

“Climate Justice, The Capabilities Approach, and Potential Policy Implications.” Presented at a workshop series on The EU, Climate Change, and Global Environmental Governance organized by the Europa Institute and the Law School at the University of Edinburgh. November 13, 2009.

“Environmental and Climate Justice: From Equity to Community Functioning.” Princeton Energy Group, Princeton Environmental Institute, April 28, 2009.

“Climate Justice and the Capabilities Approach.” Invited talk as part of the series on Ethics and Climate Change organized by the Princeton Environmental Institute and the University Center for Human Values, Princeton University, April 7, 2009. Also given as an invited talk at:
Swarthmore College, Environmental Studies Program, March 25, 2009.
Tufts University, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, April 1, 2009
Northeastern University, Departments of Sociology and Philosophy, April 2, 2009.

“Capabilities and Environmental Justice.” Geography Department, Penn State University, February 28, 2009 (via video link).

“From Environmental Justice to Ecological Justice.” Diversity and Social Justice Project, Hamilton College, February 12, 2009.

“Doing Justice to Nature: The Capabilities Approach and Ecological Justice.” Department of Political Science, University of Colorado, Boulder, November 7, 2008.

“Capabilities and Environmental Justice: Animals, Ecosystems, and Community Functioning.” Keynote address, Master of Arts Programs, Prescott College, August 17, 2008.

“Defining Environmental Justice.” Talk given as part of the conference on “A Different Shade of Green: Race, Place and Environmental Justice,” sponsored by the Princeton Environmental Institute and the Center for African American Studies, Princeton University, April 28-29, 2008.

“Defining Environmental Justice.” Invited talk given on my 2007 book of the same title.
University of San Francisco, Department of Environmental Studies, May 1, 2007.
University of Manchester, UK, School of Environment and Development, May 17, 2007.
Lancaster University, UK, Institute of Advanced Studies, Departments of Geography and Philosophy,
May 22, 2007.
Keele University, UK, School of Politics, International Relations, and Environment, May 24, 2007.

“Democracy and Electronic Rulemaking: Web-Based Technologies, Deliberation, and Environmental Campaigns.” School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK, July 2006.

“Defining Environmental Justice.” European Consortium for Political Research, PhD Summer School in Environmental Politics, Keele University, June 2006.

Invited speaker on a feature panel on “Doing or Debating: Civil Disobedience versus Deliberative Governance.” Ecopolitics Association of Australiasia Annual Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, July 2005.

“Environmental Justice and Environmental Citizenship.” Presented at Integrating Ethics into Environmental Studies: Ethics, Science, and Civic Responsibility, a faculty development workshop sponsored by the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs and New York University. New York, NY, May 24-27, 2004.

“Recognition, Nature, and Ecological Justice.” Presented in the seminar series Understanding Environmental Issues, Griffith University, Brisbane Australia, March 17, 2004.

“States and Social Movements: Environmentalism in the US, Norway, Germany, and the UK.” Seminar for the School of Social Science, University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia, March 15, 2004.

“Virtual Environmental Citizenship: Web-Based Public Participation in Rulemaking in the US.” Presented to the Department of Political Science, University of Melbourne, February 23, 2004 and to the Social and Political Theory Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, March 2, 2004.

“Just Environments, Just Natures: Defining the ‘Justice’ of Environmental and Ecological Justice.” Seminar presentation, Social and Political Theory Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, November 4, 2003.

“Native American Environmental Justice: Culture, Inequity, and Potential Partnerships.” Keynote address to “Addressing Illegal Dumping on Tribal Lands” conference organized by the Intertribal Council of Arizona, June 2003.

“Nature, Justice, and Culture: Environmental Justice in an Era of Globalization,” presented at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs as part of their Social Science Symposium Series, March 31, 2003.

“Reconceiving Environmental Justice in a Context of Globalization,” presented at a seminar on Reconceiving Environmental Values, sponsored by Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment and the Oxford Centre for Environment, Ethics, and Society, Oxford University, UK, July 2002.

“Justice to Nature?” London School of Economics (UK), Department of Environment and Geography. January 2001.

“Three Dimensions of Environmental Justice: Implications for the Ecological State,” Keele University (UK), School of Politics, International Relations, and Environment. March 2001.

“The Justice of Environmental Justice: Reconciling Equity, Recognition, and Participation in a Political Movement,” presented at a conference on Moral and Political Reasoning in Environmental Practice, sponsored by the Society for Applied Philosophy and the International Society for Environmental Ethics. Mansfield College, Oxford University, UK, June 1999.

“Networks and Mobile Arrangements: Organizational Innovation in the U.S. Environmental Justice Movement,” presented at a conference on Environmental Justice: Global Ethics for the 21st Century. University of Melbourne, October 1997.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Environmental Justice in Everyday Life: The Discourse of Environmental Justice in Community Food and Energy Movements,” with Luke Craven. Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 2016.

“From Postmaterialism to Sustainable Materialism.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 2016. Also presented at the European Consortium for Political Research, Joint Sessions of Workshops, Workshop on Environmental Social Movements and the New Politics of Consumption, Pisa, Italy, April 2016.

“Environmentalism, Everyday Life And Justice: Community Food And Energy Movements,’ with Luke Craven. American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, September 2015.

“Climate Change, Adaptation, and Community Discourse: Framing for Vulnerability and Transformation,” with Lisette Collins. UNESCO Conference on Our Common Future Under Climate Change, Paris, July 2015. Also presented at the Human Development and Capabilities Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 2015.

“Receptivity and a Politics of Sight for the Anthropocene.” American Political Science Association meeting, Washington, DC, August 2014. Also presented at the Australian Political Studies Association meeting, Sydney, Australia, September 2014, and the Western Political Science Association meeting, Las Vegas, April 2015.

“Community Conceptions of Climate Vulnerability: From Discourse to Policy,” with Lisette Collins. Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, April 2014.

“’For the Animals That Didn’t Have a Daddy to Put Them in the Boat’: Environmental Management in the Anthropocene.” Presented at the Australian Political Studies Association meeting, Perth, Australia, October 2013. Also presented at the Australian Animal Studies Group Conference, Sydney, July 2013.

“Defining Environmental Justice in the Australian Context.” Panel on Coal Seam Gas, Coal Mining, and Environmental Justice in New South Wales, presented by the Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society and Sydney Ideas. May 2013.

“Environmental Management for the Anthropocene.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Hollywood, CA, March 2013.

“Joel Olson’s American Zealot – Unconventional and Extraordinary: Direct Action and Violence.” Panel on Olson’s unfinished manuscript, conference on “Fanaticism and the Abolition-Democracy: Critical Theory in the Spirit of Joel Olson.” Northern Arizona University, January 2013.

“Sustainable Materialism and New Environmental Movements,” presented at Sydney Ideas Symposium on ‘What is Sustainable Materialism? An Environmentalism of Everyday Life’. Sydney, 29 November 2012.

“From post-materialism to vital materialism: New environmental movements,” co-authored with Rom Coles. Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, March 2012.

“Rethinking Ecological Justice: Capabilities and Critics,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, September 2011. Also given at the Australian Political Studies Association meeting, Canberra, Australia, September 2011.

“Climate Justice, Vulnerability, and Adaptation: A Capabilities Approach.” Conference on Environmental Governance, Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, July 2011.

“Rethinking Climate Justice: A Capabilities Approach.” Association of Environmental Sciences and Studies Annual Meeting, University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 2009.

“Capabilities and Climate Justice: The Flourishing of Human and Non-Human Communities.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 2009.

“Indigenous Struggles, Environmental Justice, and Community Capabilities.” Co-authored with David Carruthers. Panel on International Environmental Justice, International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, February 2009.

“Climate Change and Ecological Justice: The Flourishing of Human and Non-Human Communities.” Conference on Human Flourishing and Restoration in the Age of Global Warming, Clemson University, September 5-7 2008.

“Ecological Justice: Nussbaum, Animals, Capabilities, and Natural Systems.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 2008.

“Capabilities and Environmental Justice: Animals, Ecosystems, and Community Functioning.” Panel on “Greening Nussbaum,” Human Development and Capability Association Annual Conference, New York, NY, September 2007.

“Defining Environmental Justice: Theories, Movements, and Nature.” Panel on “New Books in Environmental Political Theory,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August-September 2007.

“Defining Environmental Justice: Theories, Movements, and Nature.” American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 2007.

“Ecological Modernization, American Style,” co-authored with Sara Rinfret. Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, March 2007.

“What Does Collaboration Change? A Study of Participant Values, Policy Positions, and Opinions of Others on Forest Restoration Issues in Northern New Mexico.” Community Based Collaboratives Research Consortium Conference, Sedona, AZ, November 17, 2005.

“Defining the ‘Justice’ of Environmental Justice: Theories and Global Movements,” presented at the American Political Science Association annual meeting, Washington, DC, September 2005.

“Democracy and Environmental Rulemaking: the Impact of Web-Based Technologies on Environmental Campaigns,” presented at the Ecopolitics Association of Australiasia Annual Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, July 2005.

“Defining Environmental Justice North and South,” presented at the workshop on Comparing Environmental Movements North and South, European Consortium for Political Research, Joint Sessions, Granada Spain, April 2005.

“Democratic Deliberation on the Web? Electronic Public Participation in Environmental Rulemaking,” presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA, March 2005; and at Online Deliberation 2005: Design, Research, and Practice, Stanford University, May 2005.

“Incorporating Recognition and Capabilities in Conceptions of Ecological Justice,” presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA, March 2005.

“Nature, Justice, and Culture: Environmental Justice in an Era of Globalization,” presented at symposium on Globalization and the Environmental Justice Movement, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, September 2004.

“Contrasting Perspectives on the Possibilities for the Transformation to the Green State,” presented at the Ecopolitics Association of Australasia Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia, November 2003.

“Justice, Recognition, and Nature,” presented at the European Consortium for Political Research Conference, Marburg Germany, September 2003.

“Virtual Environmental Citizenship: Web-based Public Participation in Rulemaking in the US,” presented at a workshop on Environmental Citizenship, Newcastle UK, September 2003.

“Teaching Across the Environmental Science/Policy Divide,” Presented on a Roundtable on “Innovative Approaches to Environmental Policy Education.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, March 2003.

“Electronic Rulemaking: New Frontiers in Public Participation,” co-authored with Stuart Shulman, presented at the American Political Science Association annual meeting in Boston, August 2002.

“Environmental Justice and the Ecological State,” presented at the Western Political Science Association Conference in Long Beach, CA, March 2002.

“Environmental Transformation of the State: A Study of the United States, Norway, Germany, and the United Kingdom,” presented at the American Political Science Association meeting in San Francisco, September 2001.

“Three Dimensions of Environmental Justice: Implications for the Ecological State,” presented at the European Consortium for Political Research Annual Joint Sessions, Grenoble, France, 6-11 April 2001. Workshop: The Nation-state and the Ecological Crisis: Sovereignty, Economy and Ecology.

“Defining Environmental Justice on a Global Scale: Equity, Identity and Democracy,” presented at the International Political Science Association meetings in Quebec, Canada, August 2000.

“Environmentalism and the State: Inclusion, Exclusion, and Movement Strategies,” presented at the Western Political Science Association Conference in San Jose, CA, March 2000.

“Environmental Justice in the New West: A Conceptual Status Report,” presented at a conference on The New West, Northern Arizona University, June 1999.

Environmental Justice and the New Pluralism, overview of book presented as part of a Roundtable, “New Books: Theoretical Approaches to Environmentalism,” at the Western Political Science Association conference in Seattle, WA, March 1999.

“The Justice of Environmental Justice: Equity, Recognition, and the Focus on Political Participation,” presented at the Western Political Science Association conference in Los Angeles, CA, March 1998.

“Resurrecting the Pluralist Universe,” presented at the Western Political Science Association conference in Tucson, AZ, March 1997.

“Responses to the Impact of the High-Tech Industry: Community Covenants and Tax Abatement Conditions,” presented at the 1000 Friends of Oregon Citizens Land Use Conference in Portland, OR, October 1995.

“Components of a Critical Pluralism,” presented at the Western Political Science Association conference in Portland, OR, March 1995.

“The Politics of Networks in Grassroots Environmental Organizing,” presented at the Western Political Science Association conference in Portland, OR, March 1995.

“Multiplicity in Three Generations of Pluralism,” presented at the Western Political Science Association conference in Albuquerque, NM, March 1994.

“Identity, Action, and Variety in the U.S. Environmental Movement,” presented at the Practicing Postmodernisms Conference at the University of Oregon, May 1993.

“Approaches to the US Environmental Movement: Beyond Classification, Hegemony, and Singular Motivation,” presented at the Western Political Science Association conference in Pasadena, CA, March 1993.

“Communicative Action in Practice: Critical Theory and Social Change Movements,” presented at the Western Political Science Association conference in San Francisco, CA, March 1992.

PROFESSIONAL PARTICIPATION

Panelist, Roundtable on “Theorizing and Politicizing the Anthropocene.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, April 2015.

Coordinator, Australian Political Studies Association Annual Meeting 2014, Section on Environmental Politics and Policy.

Chair, Panel on “The Rise of Unnatural Men: Histories and Practices of Dehumanization in Political Thought.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, April 2014.

Discussant, Panel on “Theorizing Green Urban Communities.” Western Political Science Association, Hollywood, CA, March 2013.

Coordinator, Symposium on “Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Climate Justice” for the Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society. Sydney, August 2012.

Co-Director, Workshop on “Animal Politics and Political Animals.” European Consortium on Political Research (ECPR) Joint Sessions, Antwerp, Belgium, April 2012.

Chair and Panelist, Roundtable on “Responses to Climate Change: Ethics, Rights, and Justice.” American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, September 2011.

Panelist, Roundtable on “Walking out from Environmental Political Theory: Getting Our Feet on the Ground.” Western Political Science Association meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 2010.

Chair, Panel on “Climate Change and Public Opinion.” Association of Environmental Sciences and Studies Annual Meeting, Madison, WI, October 2009.

Discussant, Panel on “New Books in Environmental Political Theory.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 2008.

Panelist, “Environmental Justice: Toward a New Generation of Critical Research.” American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 2007.

Panelist, Roundtable on “Murray Bookchin: His Life and Work.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, March 2007.

Chair and Discussant, Roundtable: “It’s Not Dead, It’s Only Resting: The State of American Environmentalism,” Western Political Science Association, Albuquerque NM, March 2006.

Discussant, Panel on “Consumption, Scarcity, Sacrifice, and Security,” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM March 2006.

Chair and Discussant, Panel on “Technology and Voting,” Online Deliberation 2005: Design, Research, and Practice, Stanford University, May 2005.

Chair, Panel on “Environmental Problems and Practices: New Challenges for Political Theory,” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA, March 2005.

Chair, Panel on “Environment, NGOs, and Global Advocacy.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, September 2004.

Chair and Discussant, Panel on “Urban Environmentalism.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, March 2003.

Moderator, Panel on “Cyber-democracy and the Colorado River: Continuing the Conversation.” Conference on Moving Waters: The Colorado River and the West, Flagstaff, AZ, September 2002.

Discussant, Panel on “New and Recent Books in Environmental Political Theory.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, August/September 2002.

Chair, Panel on “Environmental Ethics.” Western Social Science Association Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, April 2002.

Facilitator, “Current Projects” section of Environmental Political Theory workshop, Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA, March 2002.

Chair, Panel on “New and Recent Books in Environmental Political Theory.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA, March 2002.

Discussant, Panel on “New and Recent Books in Environmental Politics.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August/September 2001.

Chair, Panel on “New and Recent Books in Environmental Politics,” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Jose, CA, March 2000.

Discussant, “Politics of Automobiles, Roads and Pollution,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, September 1998.

Chair, “Knowledges and Environmental Politics,” Ecopolitics XI, Melbourne, Australia, October 1997.

Chair, “Community Conceptualizations of Environmentalism,” Western Political Science Association meeting, Tucson, AZ, March 1997.

Chair, “Agriculture and Social Movements,” Politics of Sustainable Agriculture, University of Oregon, October 1995.

REFEREE AND EDITORIAL WORK
Member, Editorial Board: Environmental Humanities, Environmental Politics, Environmental Values, Journal of Environmental Sciences and Studies, Political Research Quarterly, Politics and Animals.

Reviewer of book manuscripts and/or proposals for: Allen and Unwin, Blackwell Publishing, Cornell University Press, Earthscan, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Palgrave/Macmillan, Polity Press, Routledge, University of Georgia Press, University of Minnesota Press.

Reviewer of articles for: Annuls of the American Association of Geographers, Antipode, British Journal of Political Science, Climate Policy, Comparative Political Studies, Conservation Biology, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Environmental History, Environmental Philosophy, Environmental Politics, Environmental Values, Ethics and International Affairs, GeoForum, Global Environmental Politics, Journal of Environment and Development, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Journal of Information Technology and Politics, The Journal of Political Philosophy, Journal of Politics, PS: Political Science and Politics, Philosophy and Geography, Policy Studies Review, Political Research Quarterly, Political Studies, Political Theory, Politics and the Life Sciences, Publius, Regulation and Governance, Science and Public Policy, Social Problems, Social Movement Studies, Society and Natural Resources, and Science, Technology and Human Values.

Reviewer of research proposals for: The National Science Foundation, The Australian Research Council, Swedish Research Council, Economic and Social Research Council (UK), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, The Leverhulme Trust (UK), The Austrian Science Fund, Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (Sweden).

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Political Science Association
Western Political Science Association
European Consortium for Political Research: Environmental Politics Standing Group
Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences
Australian Political Studies Association

COURSES TAUGHT
Environment:
Environment and Politics
Environmental, Ecological, and Climate Justice
Environmental Movements
Environmental Science and Policy

Theory:
Modern Political Thought
Contemporary Political Thought
Political Ideologies
Political Power, Influence, and Control

REFERENCES
References are available upon request.