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Agyeman, J (2013) Introducing Just Sustainabilities: Policy, Planning and Practice. (Zed Books).
Agyeman, J (2005) Sustainable Communities and the Challenge of Environmental Justice (NYU Press).
McLaren D and Agyeman, J (2015) Sharing Cities: A Case for Truly Smart and Sustainable Cities (MIT Press)
Engle, J, Agyeman J and Chung-Tiam-Fook, T (eds) (2022) Sacred Civics: Building Seven Generation Cities (Routledge).
Agyeman, J and Giacalone, S (eds) (2020) The Immigrant-Food Nexus: Borders, Labor, and Identity in North America (MIT Press)
Agyeman, J, Matthews, C and Sobel H (eds) (2017) Food Trucks, Cultural Identity and Social Justice: From Loncheras to Lobsta Love (MIT Press)
Zavestoski, S and Agyeman, J (eds) (2014) Incomplete Streets: Processes, Practices and Possibilities (Routledge)
Alkon, A and Agyeman, J (eds) (2011) Cultivating Food Justice : Race, Class and Sustainability (MIT Press).
Carmin, J and Agyeman, J (eds) (2011) Environmental Inequalities Beyond Borders: Local Perspectives on Global Injustices (MIT Press).
Agyeman, J and Ogneva-Himmelberger, Y (eds) (2009) Environmental Justice and Sustainability in the Former Soviet Union (MIT Press).
Agyeman, J, Cole, P, Haluza-DeLay, R, and O’Riley P (eds) (2009) Speaking for Ourselves. Environmental Justice in Canada (The University of British Columbia Press).
Neal S and Agyeman, J (eds) (2006) The New Countryside? Ethnicity, Nation and Exclusion in Contemporary Rural Britain (The Policy Press/Bristol University Press).
Agyeman, J, Bullard, R, Evans, B (eds) (2003) Just Sustainabilities: Development in an Unequal World (MIT Press).
Agyeman, J (1995) People, Plants and Places (Learning Through Landscapes/Southgate Publishers).
Agyeman, J and Evans, B (eds) (1994) Local Environmental Policies and Strategies (Longman).
Barry, J and Agyeman, J (2020) “On Belonging and Becoming in the Settler-Colonial City: Co-produced futurities, Placemaking and Urban Planning in the United States” Race, Ethnicity and the City DOI: 10.1080/26884674.2020.1793703
Hammelman, C., Levkoe, C. Z., Agyeman, J., Kharod, S., Moragues-Faus, A., Munoz, E., Oliva, J., & Wilson, A. (2020). “Integrated food systems governance: Scaling equitable and transformative food initiatives through scholar-activist engagement”. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2020.092.003
Loh, P and Agyeman J (2018) ‘Urban Food Sharing and the Emerging Boston Food Solidarity Economy’ Geoforum https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.08.017
Agyeman, J Schlosberg D, Craven L and Matthews C (2016) ‘Trends and Directions in Environmental Justice: From Inequity to Everyday Life, Community, and Just Sustainabilities Annual Review of Environment and Resources Vol. 41: 321-340
Agyeman, J and McEntee, J (2014) ‘Moving the field of food justice forward through the lens of urban political ecology’ Geography Compass Vol. 8, Issue 3 pp 211–220
Agyeman, J (2013) ‘Global environmental justice or Le droit au monde?’ Geoforum 54: pp236–238.
Agyeman, J and Erickson, J (2012) ‘Culture, Recognition and the Negotiation of Difference: Some thoughts on Cultural Competency in Planning Education’. Journal of Planning Education and Research. Vol 32 no. 3 pp 358-366
Clarke, L and Agyeman J (2011) ‘Is There More to Environmental Participation Than Meets the Eye? Understanding Agency, Empowerment and Disempowerment Among Black and Minority Ethnic Communities’ Area Vol. 43, Issue 1, pp 88-95.
Clarke, L and Agyeman J (2011) ‘Shifting the Balance in Environmental Governance: Ethnicity, Environmental Citizenship and Discourses of Responsibility’ Antipode Vol. 43, Issue 3, pp 1773-1800.
McEntee, J.and Agyeman, J. (2010) ‘Towards the development of a GIS method for identifying rural food deserts: Geographic access in Vermont, USA,’ Applied Geography Vol. 30, Issue 1, pp 165-176.
Bickerstaff, K and Agyeman, J (2009) ‘Assembling justice spaces: the scalar networking of environmental justice in north-east England’ Antipode. Vol. 41 Issue 4 pp 781-806.
Agyeman, J, Devine-Wright, P and Prange, J (2009) ‘Close to the Edge, Down by the River? Joining up Managed Retreat and Place Attachment in a Climate Changed World’ Environment and Planning A Vol. 41, pp 509-513.
Agyeman, J (2008) ‘Toward a ‘just’ sustainability?’ Continuum – Journal of Media and Cultural Studies Vol. 22, Issue 6 pp 751-757.
Agyeman, J (2008) ‘Equity? That’s not an issue for us. We’re here to save the world’ Projections. The MIT Journal of Planning. Vol. 8 pp 10-15.’
Tuler, S, Agyeman, J, Pinto da Silva, P, Roth LoRusso, K and Kay, R (2008) ‘Assessing Vulnerabilities: Integrating Information about Driving Forces that Affect Risks and Resiliencies in Fisheries Communities’ Human Ecology Review Vol 15. No. 2 pp 171-184.
Moser, S, Kasperson, R, Yohe, G and Agyeman, J (2007) ‘Adaptation to Climate Change in the Northeast: Opportunities, Processes, Constraints’ Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change Vol. 13. pp643-659.
Agyeman, J (2007) ‘Communicating ‘just’ sustainability’ Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture Vol. 1 No. 2 pp 119-122.
Agyeman, J (2006) ‘Action, Experience, Behaviour and Technology: Why It’s Just Not The Same?’ Environmental Education Research Vol. 12 No. 3/4 pp 513-522.
Krueger, R and Agyeman, J ( 2005) ‘Sustainability Schizophrenia or “Actually Existing Sustainabilities”: The politics and promise of a sustainability agenda in the US’. Geoforum Vol. 36 No. 4 pp 410-417.
Agyeman, J (2005) ‘Alternatives for Community and Environment: Where Justice and Sustainability Meet’. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development Vol. 47 No. 6 pp 11-23.
Agyeman, J and Evans, B (2004) ‘‘Just Sustainability’: The Emerging Discourse of Environmental Justice in Britain?‘ Geographical Journal Vol. 170 No. 2 pp 155-164.
Marcell, K, Agyeman, J and Rappaport, A (2004) ‘Cooling the Campus: A Pilot Study Using Social Marketing Methods to Reduce Electricity Use at Tufts University’ International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education Vol. 5 No. 2 pp 169 -189.
Agyeman, J, and Evans, T (2003) ‘Towards Just Sustainability in Urban Communities: Building Equity Rights with Sustainable Solutions.’ Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science Vol. 590 pp 35-53.
Agyeman, J (2003) ‘ “Under-participation” and ethnocentrism in environmental education research: Developing “culturally sensitive research approaches” ‘Canadian Journal of Environmental Education Vol. 8 pp 80-94.
Agyeman, J and Angus, B (2003) ‘The Role of Civic Environmentalism in the Pursuit of Sustainable Communities’ Journal of Environmental Planning and Management Vol. 46 No. 3 pp 345-363.
Agyeman, J and Warner, K (2002) ‘Putting ‘Just Sustainability’ into Place: From Paradigm to Policy to Practice’. Policy and Management Review Vol. 2 No. 1pp. 8-40.
Agyeman, J (2002) ‘Culturing Environmental Education: From First Nation to Frustration.’ Canadian Journal of Environmental Education Vol. 7 pp 2-12.
Agyeman, J (2002) ‘Constructing Environmental (In)justice: Transatlantic Tales’ Environmental Politics Vol. 11 No. 3 pp 31-53.
Agyeman, J, Bullard R and Evans, B (2002) ‘Exploring the nexus: bringing together sustainability, environmental justice and equity.’ Space and Polity Vol. 6 No. 1 pp 70-90.
Kollmuss, A and Agyeman, J (2002) ‘Mind the Gap: Why do people act environmentally and what are the barriers to pro-environmental behavior?’ Environmental Education Research Vol. 8 pp 239-260.
Agyeman, J (1990) ‘Black people in a white landscape: social and environmental justice’ Built Environment Vol. 16 No. 3 pp 232-236.
Agyeman, J (2001) ‘Ethnic minorities in Britain: short change, systematic indifference and sustainable development.’ Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning Vol. 3 No. 1 pp 15-30.
Agyeman, J (2000) ‘Local sustainability: Balancing Quality and Equality’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education Vol. 15/16 pp 1-7.
Agyeman, J (1998) ‘Teaching urban nature at KS2 in England: Looking at what is there, not at what ecologists say should be there’. Environmental Education Research Vol. 4 No. 2 p 139-154.
Agyeman, J and Evans, B (1995) ‘Sustainability and Democracy: Community Participation in Local Agenda 21′. Local Government Policy Making. Vol 22 No 2 pp 35-40.
Agyeman, J, Alkon, A and Duprey, A (forthcoming) “Silence is Not Consent”: The Politics of Planning for Urban Agriculture in Boston. In Davies, A, Moragues Faus, A and Clark, J Routledge Handbook of Urban Food Governance. London: Routledge.
Kojola, E and Agyeman, J (forthcoming) Just Transitions and Labor. In Stephanie Malin, Lori Peek, and Andrew Jorgenson International Handbook of Environmental Sociology (Springer)
Agyeman, J and Zavestoski, S (2020) From dumping to displacement: New frontiers for just sustainabilities in Mascarenhas, M (ed) Lessons in Environmental Justice: From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter and Idle no More. Sage. Thousand Oaks CA. pp 288-305.
McLaren D and Agyeman J (2019) ‘Smart for a reason: sustainability and social inclusion in the sharing city’ in Claudio Coletta, Leighton Evans, Liam Heaphy and Rob Kitchin (eds) Creating Smart Cities. Routledge. London pp 169-181.
McLaren D and Agyeman J (2017) ‘Sharing Cities for a Smart and Sustainable Future’ in Haas, T and Westlund H (eds) In The Post-Urban World: Emergent Transformation of Cities and Regions in the Innovative Global Economy. Routledge. London.
Loh, P and Agyeman J (2017) ‘Boston’s Emerging Food Solidarity Economy‘ in Alkon, A and Guthman J (eds) The New Food Activism: Opposition, Cooperation and Collective Action. University of California Press.
Agyeman, J (2016) ‘Cities of (In)Difference’ in Beebeejaun, Y (ed) The Participatory City pp104-108. Berlin. Jovis Verlag GmbH
Agyeman, J (2014) ‘Environmental Justice and Sustainability’ in Atkinson, G, Dietz, S and Neumayer, E (eds) Handbook of Sustainable Development. London. Edward Elgar. Second Edition
Agyeman, J and Simons, B (2012) ‘Reimagining the local: Scale, race, culture and the production of food vulnerabilities‘ in S Dooling and G.Simon (eds) Cities, Nature and Development. The Politics and Production of Urban Vulnerabilities. Farnham. Ashgate Publishing Group.
Agyeman, J and Neal, S (2009) ‘Rural Identity and Otherness‘ in R Kitchin and N Thrift (eds)International Encyclopedia of Human Geography Vol 5. pp 277-281. Oxford. Elsevier.
Agyeman, J and Evans B (2009) ‘Justice, governance and sustainability: perspectives on environmental citizenship from North America and Europe’ in M Reynolds, C Blackmore and MJ Smith (eds) The Environmental Responsibility Reader. London. Zed Books/Open University.
Agyeman, J (2009) ‘Just sustainability in practice‘ in M Reynolds, C Blackmore and MJ Smith (eds) The Environmental Responsibility Reader. London. Zed Books/Open University.
Agyeman, J (2007) ‘Environmental Justice and Sustainability‘ in Atkinson, G, Dietz, S and Neumayer, E (eds) Handbook of Sustainable Development. London. Edward Elgar.
Agyeman, J and Ross, H (2007) ‘Building power in Minority Neighborhoods: Boston University Medical Center’s Bio-safety Level Four laboratory‘ in S Ostrander and K Portney (eds) Acting Civically. Hanover, NH. University Press of New England.
Agyeman, J, Bulkeley, H, and Nochur, A (2007) ‘Just climate: Towards a Reconstruction of Climate Activism?‘ in J Isham and S Waage (eds) Ignition: What You Can Do to Fight Global Warming and Spark a Movement. Washington DC. Island Press.
Agyeman, J, Doppelt, B, Lynn, K and Hatic, H (2007) ‘The Climate-Justice Link: Communicating Risk with Low Income and Minority Audiences‘ in S Moser and L Dilling (eds) ‘Creating a Climate for Change. Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change’. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.
Neal, S and Agyeman, J (2006) ‘Remaking English Ruralities: Processes of Belonging and Becoming, Continuity and Change in Racialised Spaces’ in S Neal and J Agyeman, (eds) ‘The New Countryside? Ethnicity, Nation and Exclusion in Contemporary Rural Britain’. Bristol. The Policy Press.
Agyeman, J and Evans B (2006) ‘Justice, governance and sustainability: perspectives on environmental citizenship from North America and Europe‘ in Dobson, A and Bell, D ‘Environmental Citizenship’ Cambridge MA. MIT Press.
Agyeman, J and Bryan, D (2005) ‘Environmental Justice Across the Mystic: Bridging Agendas in a Watershed’ in D Brugge and P Hynes (eds) Community Research in Environmental Health: Lessons in Science, Advocacy and Ethics. Aldershot. Ashgate Press.
Agyeman, J (2005) ‘People, Plants and Prejudice‘ in Smith, V (ed) Down the Garden Path: The Artist’s Garden after Modernism. New York. Queen’s Museum of Art.
Heinrichs, H, Agyeman, J and Groß, M (2004) ‘Die Umweltsoziologie und das Thema der ökologischen Ungleichheit‘ in in G Bolte und A Mielck (eds.), Umweltgerechtigkeit: Die soziale Verteilung von Umweltbelastungen. Weinheim. Juventa Verlag.
Agyeman, J and Crouch, C (2004) ‘The Contribution of Environmental Justice to Sustainability in Higher Education’ in P Blaze Corcoran and Arjen Wals (eds) Higher Education and the Challenge of Sustainability: Problematics, Promise and Practice. Dordrecht. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Agyeman, J (2003) ‘Sustainable Development‘ in Miller, RJ; Lerner, RM and Schiamberg, LB (eds) Human Ecology: An Encyclopedia of Children, Families, Communities, and Environments. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio.
Agyeman, J (2003) ‘The contribution of urban ecosystem education to the development of sustainable cities‘ in Berkowitz A, Nilon C, Hollweg K (eds) ‘Understanding urban ecosystems: A new frontier for science and education’. New York. Springer-Verlag.
Agyeman, J (1997) ‘The Multicultural City Ecosystem‘ in F Slater, D Lambert and D Lines (eds) ‘Education, Environment and Economy: Reporting research in a new academic grouping’. Bedford Way Papers. London. Institute of Education, University of London.
Agyeman, J and Spooner, P (1997) ‘Ethnicity and the rural environment‘. In P Cloke and J Little (eds) ‘Contested Countryside Cultures’ London. Routledge.
Agyeman, J and Kinsman, P (1997) ‘Analysing macro and micro environments from a multicultural perspective’. In E Hooper-Greenhill ‘Cultural Diversity. Developing Museum Audiences in Britain’. Leicester. Leicester University Press.
Agyeman, J, Morris, and Bishop, J (1996) ‘Working with local government officers‘ In J Huckle and S Sterling (eds) ‘Education for Sustainability’. London. Earthscan.
Agyeman, J and Tuxworth, B (1996) ‘The Changing Face Of Environmental Policy and Practice in Britain‘. In B Evans, and S Buckingham-Hatfield (eds) ‘Environmental Planning and Sustainability’. London. Wiley.
Agyeman, J and Evans, B (1996) ‘Black on Green: Race, Ethnicity and the Environment’ In B Evans, and S Buckingham-Hatfield (eds) ‘Environmental Planning and Sustainability’. London. Wiley.
Agyeman, J (2000) ‘Government, sustainability and governed: the role of Agenda 21 ”Changing Landscapes ~ Shaping Futures’. International Landcare Conference Melbourne Australia 2nd-5th March.
Agyeman, J and Tuxworth, B (1995) ‘Communicating for Local Agenda 21′ ‘International Sustainable Development Research Conference’. Manchester Conference Centre/University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK. 27th-28th March 1995.
Agyeman, J (1991) ‘Informing and involving the public: Local authority initiatives’ 58th Annual Conference of the National Society for Clean Air. Eastbourne, UK.
Agyeman, J (1991) ‘Educating and involving people: the role of the urban forest’ Second UK Conference on Urban Forestry. Wolverhampton Polytechnic, UK.
Agyeman, J (1991) ‘The multicultural city ecosystem’ Proceedings of the International Congress on Education in Botanic Gardens. Botanic Gardens Conservation International. London
Agyeman, J, McLaren, D and Shaeffer-Borrego A (2013) ‘Sharing Cities.‘ London. Friends of the Earth.
Agyeman, J, Newhall-Smith, K and Ringelheim, J (2006) ‘Mainstreaming Diversity:From Paradigm to Practice? Research into Urban Audiences and Environmental Education’. Lincoln, MA. Massachusetts Audubon Society.
Tuler, S, Agyeman, J, Pinto da Silva, P, Roth LoRusso K and Kay, R (2006) ‘Characterizing and identifying vulnerable populations among Northeast Marine fishery stakeholders: Literature Review and Case Study’. NOAA Technical Document. Woods Hole: Northeast Fisheries Science Center.
Lane, N et al (2006) ‘Going the Distance? The Safe Transport of Spent Nuclear Fuel and High Level Radioactive Waste in the United States’ National Research Council. Washington D.C. National Academies Press.
Grass, R and Agyeman, J (2003) ‘Reorienting Environmental Education for Environmental Justice: A Policy Paper for Summit II.’ People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit II.
Agyeman, J (2000) ‘Environmental justice: from the margins to the mainstream?’ Town and Country Planning Association ‘Tomorrow’ Series. London. TCPA.
Agyeman, J; Crane, PR; Phaliso, A; Seyani, J; Similiu, S and Wilkinson, M (2000) ‘Report of the External Review of the National Botanical Institute of South Africa’. Cape Town. National Botanical Institute.
Ali-Kahn, S; Agyeman, J; and Gibson, M (1998) ‘Partnerships for Sustainability: Higher Education Local Agenda 21′ London. Forum for the Future/Local Government Management Board.
Agyeman, J (1997) ‘Ethnic Minorities and Sustainable Development’. Local Agenda 21 Round Table Guidance 14. London. Local Government Management Board.
Agyeman, J (ed) (1996) ‘Involving Communities in Forestry’. Forestry Practice Guide 10. Edinburgh. Forestry Commission.
Agyeman, J (1992) ‘Environmental education, information and public awareness’ in ‘Environmental Practice in Local Government’ (Second Edition) London. Local Government Management Board et al. 1992
Agyeman, J, Warburton, D and Ling Wong, J (1991) The Black Environment Network Report: Working for ethnic minority participation in the environment. London. National Council for Voluntary Organisations
Agyeman, J (2011) Review of Checker, M (2005) ‘Polluted Promises: Environmental Racism and the Search for Justice in a Southern Town. New York University Press. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research Vol.28, Issue 3 p180.
Agyeman, J (2008) Review of Checker, M (2005) ‘Polluted Promises: Environmental Racism and the Search for Justice in a Southern Town. New York University Press. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research Vol. 32, Issue 3 pp 754-756.
Agyeman, J (2005) Review of Girard, L, Forre, B, Caretta, M, De Toro, P and Forte, F (eds) ‘The Human Sustainable City: Challenges and Perspectives from the Habitat Agenda’. Aldershot. Ashgate Press. The Journal the American Planning Association Vol. 71 Issue 2. p 230
Agyeman, J (2005) Review of Pinderhughes, R (2004) ‘Alternative Urban Futures: Planning for Sustainable Development in Cities throughout the World’. Rowman and Littlefield. Journal the American Planning Association Vol.71. Issue 2. pp 225-226.
Agyeman, J (2004) Review of Portney, K (2003) ‘Taking Sustainable Cities Seriously: Economic Development, the Environment,and Quality of Life in American Cities’. Cambridge MA. MIT Press Urban Affairs Review Vol. 40 No. 1 pp 135-137.
Agyeman, J (2003) Review of McDonald, D (ed) (2002) ‘Environmental Justice in South Africa’. Athens, Ohio University Press/Cape Town, Cape Town University Press. Journal of Environmental Education Vol. 35 No. 2 pp49-50.
Agyeman, J (2003) Review of Thomashow, M. (2002). ‘Bringing the Biosphere Home: Learning to Perceive Global Environmental Change’. Cambridge MA. MIT Press. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education Vol. 8 pp 270-271.
Agyeman, J (2001) Review of Shutkin, W (2000) ‘The Land That Could Be: Environmentalism and Democracy in the Twenty-First Century’ Cambridge, MA. MIT Press. Local EnvironmentVol. 6 No. 3 pp 377-378.
Agyeman, J (1993) Review of ‘The Myth of Wild Africa: Conservation Without Illusion’The Ecologist May-June Vol. 23 No. 3 p114.
Agyeman, J (1999) Review of Faber, D (1998) (ed) ‘The Struggle for Ecological Democracy: Environmental Justice Movements in the United States’ The Guilford Press. New York and London. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning Vol. 1 No. 3 pp 268-270.
Agyeman, J. (1987) Review of ‘Value for People: Adult Education and Popular Planning’, Book Review. International Journal of Lifelong Education Vol.6 No.1 pp 92-93.
Miscellaneous book and journal manuscript and grant reviews for:
University of North Carolina Press, MIT Press, UBC Press, University of Florida Press, NYU Press, Cornell University Press, University of Georgia Press, Vanderbilt University Press, University of Minnesota Press, Earthscan Publishing Limited, Guilford Publications Inc., Pluto Press, Blackwell’s, Kluwer Academic Publishing
Antipode, Australian Journal of Environmental Education, Environmental Communication, Environment and Planning A, Government and Policy C: Environment and Planning, Projections: MIT Journal of Planning, the Journal the American Planning Association, the Journal of Environmental Education, Economic Geography, Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, Sociology Compass, Nature and Culture, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, the Journal of Environmental Management, Planning Theory and Practice, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, the Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, The Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, Applied Environmental Education and Communication, GeoForum, Journal of Urban Affairs, Journal of Urbanism, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Polity, Current Sociology, Society and Natural Resources, City and Community,
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC UK) and the Swiss National Science Foundation National Research Programme ‘Sustainable Development of the Built Environment’.
Agyeman J and Claudel, M Innovation should serve livelihoods, not lifestyles The Boston Globe. October 13 2017
Giacalone, S and Agyeman, J Trump spills the beans on who grows Americans’ food The Boston Globe. February 7 2017
Agyeman J and McLaren D (2016) Apps don’t make a city smart The Boston Globe August 14 2016
McLaren D and Agyeman J (2016) How to build smart, sharing cities. The Boston Globe. January 15 2016
Agyeman, J and McLaren D (2014) ‘Smart Cities’ Should Mean ‘Sharing Cities’ TIME September 29 2014
Agyeman J (2003) ‘The Choice: Conservation or Profligacy? Providence Journal September 18th 2003
Agyeman, J (2002) ‘From responsibility to sustainability’ MSNBC.com ‘Opinion’August 16th 2002
Agyeman, J (1997) ‘Step in the right direction’ Times Educational Supplement 6th June 1997
Agyeman, J (1996) ‘Drives to end a vicious cycle’ Times Educational Supplement June 21st.
Agyeman, J (1995) ‘Role reversal and the three green Rs’ Times Educational Supplement June 23rd
Agyeman, J. (1994) ‘The wild side of town’ The Times Educational Supplement, 10th June.
Agyeman, J (1993) ‘Advice at a price’ The Times Educational Supplement 14th May.
Agyeman, J. (1993) ‘Please go away, we’re saving the world’ The Independent 21st June
Agyeman, J (1992) ‘World, face up to the real issues’ Black Briton 12th June 1992
Agyeman, J. (1992) ‘When black means green’ Black Briton 20th March 1992
Agyeman, J (1991) ‘Hardy perennials’ Times Educational Supplement 21st June 1991.
Agyeman, J. (1988) ‘Whose world is it ?’ The Voice, September 6 1988.
Agyeman, J., Armstrong, A., Hirst, L., Dixon, L. & Russell, G (1986) ‘Urban studies – ideas in action’ The Times Educational Supplement 27th June.
Agyeman, J and Doran, A (2021) “You want protected bike lanes, I want protected Black children. Let’s link”: A Review of Equity, Justice, and the Barriers to Active Transportation in North America. Viewpoint. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2021.1978412
Fitzgerald, J and Agyeman, J (2021) Removing urban highways can improve neighborhoods blighted by decades of racist policies. The Conversation. September 7, 2021
Agyeman, J (2021) How urban planning and housing policy helped create ‘food apartheid’ in US cities. The Conversation. March 9, 2021
Agyeman, J (2020) Urban planning as a tool of white supremacy – the other lesson from Minneapolis. The Conversation. July 27, 2020
Agyeman, J, Boone, K (2020) Land loss has plagued black America since emancipation – is it time to look again at ‘black commons’ and collective ownership? The Conversation June 18, 2020
Agyeman, J (2020) Poor and black ‘invisible cyclists’ need to be part of post-pandemic transport planning too. The Conversation. May 27, 2020
Agyeman, J, Engle, J and Draimin, T (2018) Future Cities: Creating collaborative infrastructure for inclusive urban innovation. Medium. January 26.
Guyader, H and Agyeman, J (2018) Racial discrimination and the sharing economy – what does the research tell us? Shareable. January 2nd
Agyeman, J, Alkon, A and Giacalone, S (2017) Immigration, Food Justice and the Fierce Urgency of Now. Political Anthropologist May 8
Agyeman, J (2017) Interculturally Inclusive Spaces as Just Environments. Items. Social Science Research Council.
McLaren D and Agyeman J (2017) Sharing the Urban Commons. Geographical Magazine. February 2017
McLaren D and Agyeman J (2016) Sharing Strikes Back: A New Era of Urban Commoning The World Financial Review September – October 2016
Agyeman, J (2014) Entering Cosmopolis: Crossingover, Hybridity, Conciliation and the Intercultural City Ecosystem. Minding Nature Vol 7 No 1 pp20-26
Agyeman, J and Prange, J (2008) ‘Reframing climate change to ensure equity and human rights’ Tufts Daily 4/2/08.
Agyeman, J (2004) ‘Environmental Justice and ‘Just Sustainability” Sustain Issue 10 pp13-17 Spring/Summer
Agyeman, J (2002) ‘Sustainable Development 101: The Greening of Foreign Aid, or How to Avoid the Log in Your own Eye’ EG Local Environment News Vol 8 No 9 pp4-6
Agyeman, J (2001) ’Steps to becoming culturally competent communicators’ Human Nature Vol 6 No 2 p1-2
Agyeman, J (2000) ‘Environmental justice: from the margins to the mainstream’. Town and Country Planning . Vol 69 No 11 p320-322
Agyeman, J (2000) ‘America TM : the resistance has started and the revolution will be televised’. Town and Country Planning . Vol 69 No 1 p16
Williams, EJ and Agyeman, J (1999) ‘Educating for a More Livable Urban Environment’ in ‘EEducator’. Spring 1999. pp26-30 Washington. North American Association for Environmental Education.
Agyeman, J. (1999) ‘Local Agenda 21 – issues of environment and equality’ Local Environs: Newsletter of Environs Australia Vol 10. No1 March 1999 p4
Agyeman, J. (1998) ‘Native Good, Alien Bad? Green Teacher No 34 p28-32
Agyeman, J. (1998) ‘Education for Sustainability’ Streetwise Issue 32 (Vol 8 No 4) pp13-15
Agyeman, J. (1995) ‘The language of nature’ (Opinion Piece) Fronds 1. The newsletter of the Botanic Gardens Education Network.
Agyeman, J. (1995) ‘Education for Sustainability: A Role for Local Government Officers’ New Ground. No 42 Spring 1995. pp6-7.
Agyeman, J. (1995) ‘Environment, Heritage and Multiculturalism’ Interpretation vol 1 no 1 pp5-6.
Agyeman, J. (1994) ‘A Metropolitan Escalation’ Museums Journal February 1994.
Agyeman, J. & Evans, B. (1994) ‘Making Local Agenda 21 Work’ Town and Country Planning Vol 63 No 7/8 p197-8.
Agyeman, J (1994) ‘Next steps: education for participatory democracy’, p 52 in Annual Review of Environmental Education 1993. 25 year Special Edition’. Council for Environmental Education.
Agyeman, J (1994) ‘The converging strands of environmental education’ p 11 in Annual Review of Environmental Education 1993. 25 year Special Edition’. Council for Environmental Education.
Agyeman, J. & Evans, B. (1994) ‘Local Government: From Rio to the Doorstep’ New Ground No. 37 pp 14-15.
Agyeman, J (1993) ‘Alien Species’ Museum Journal. December 1993 pp 22-3.
Agyeman, J (1992) ‘Who’s ready for freedom of environmental information?’ Town and Country Planning, vol 61 no 11/12 p 293.
Agyeman, J (1991) ‘The multicultural city ecosystem’ Streetwise 7 1991 pp 21-24.
Agyeman, J (1990) Into the 1990s: Quality and Equality. Annual Review of Environmental Education Third Issue p23-25
Agyeman, J (1990) ‘Ecological patchwork’ Public Service and Local GovernmentJuly/August, pp 22-24.
Agyeman, J. (1990) ‘A positive image’ Countryside Commission News 45: 3
Agyeman, J (1990) ‘Green Teaching’ New Ground Autumn No.27 pp 7-8.
Agyeman, J (1990) ‘Mind your language’ New Ground Summer No 26
Agyeman, J (1989) ‘Shakespeare Road Sidings, Brixton’ ILEA Geography Bulletin, Spring term No.28 pp 62-64.
Agyeman, J (1989) ‘Black people, white landscape’, New Ground, Autumn No.22 pp 6-8.
Agyeman, J (1989) ‘A snail’s pace’ New Statesman and Society 2 35 pp 30-31
Agyeman, J (1989) ‘Black people, white landscape’ Town and Country Planning vol 58 12 pp 336-338.
Agyeman, J (1988) ‘Ethnic Minorities – An Environmental Issue?’ ECOS Vol.9 No.3.
Agyeman, J (1988) ‘Lambeth Acid Rain Project’ ILEA Science News No. 37.
Agyeman, J (1988) ‘Sheep in Brixton ?’ Urban Wildlife June p 6.
Agyeman, J & Hare, T. (1988) ‘Towards a cultural ecology’ Urban Wildlife June pp 39-40
Agyeman, J (1988) ‘A pressing question for green organizations’, Town and Country Planning vol 57 2 pp 50-51.
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