Publications

2022

Benavides-Frias, C., Ortiz-Przychodzka, S., & Schaal, T. (2022). Naturaleza en lienzo: narraciones sobre relaciones humanos-naturaleza usando métodos basados en arte en La Paz, Bolivia. Letras Verdes, Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios Socioambientales, 32, 67-87 [free open access content].

Beyers, F., Leventon, J., & Heinrichs, H. (2022). Collaborative governance or state regulation? Endless efforts but little capacity for sustainability transformation of the German textile sector. Environmental Policy and Governance, 1– 22 [free open access content].

Busck-Lumholt, L.M., Coenen, J., Persson, J., Frohn Pedersen, A., Mertz, O. & Corbera, E. (2022). Telecoupling as a framework to support a more nuanced understanding of causality in land system science. Journal of Land Use Science. 17(1). 386-406 [open free access content]. 

Coenen, J., Newig, J., Meyfroidt, P. (2022). Environmental governance of a Belt and Road project in Montenegro – National agency and external influences. Land Use Policy, 119, 106136 [free open access content].

Cotta, B., Coenen, J., Challies, E., Newig, J., Lenschow, A., & Schilling-Vacaflor, A. (2022). Environmental governance in globally telecoupled systems: Mapping the terrain towards an integrated research agenda. Earth System Governance, 13, 100142 [free open access content].

Derwort, P., Jager, N. and Newig, J. (2022). How to Explain Major Policy Change Towards Sustainability? Bringing Together the Multiple Streams Framework and the Multilevel Perspective on Socio-Technical Transitions to Explore the German “Energiewende”. Policy Stud J, 50: 671-699 [free open access content].

Jager, N. W., Newig, J., Challies, E., Kochskämper, E., & von Wehrden, H. (2022). Case study meta-analysis in the social sciences. Insights on data quality and reliability from a large-N case survey. Research Synthesis Methods, 13(1), 12-27 [free open access content].

Jahn, S., Newig, J., Lang, D. J., Kahle, J., & Bergmann, M. (2022). Demarcating transdisciplinary research in sustainability science—Five clusters of research modes based on evidence from 59 research projects. Sustainable Development, 30( 2), 343– 357 [free open access content].

Mathis, O. L., Rose, M., Newig, J., & Bauer, S. (2022). Toward the sustainability state? Conceptualizing national sustainability institutions and their impact on policy-making. Environmental Policy and Governance, 1– 12 [free open access content].

Newig, J. (2022). Water, rivers and wetlands. In Harris, P.G (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Global Environmental Politics (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Rouillard, J., Babbitt, C., Challies, E., & Rinaudo, J. (2022). Water Resources Allocation and Agriculture. IWA Publishing [free open access content].

Schaal, T., Jacobs, A., Leventon, J., Scheele, B. C., Lindenmayer, D., & Hanspach, J. (2022). ‘You can’t be green if you’re in the red’: Local discourses on the production-biodiversity intersection in a mixed farming area in south-eastern Australia. Land Use Policy, 121, 106306.

 

2021

Beyers, F. & Leventon, J. (2021). Learning spaces in multi-stakeholder initiatives: The German Partnership for Sustainable Textiles as a platform for dialogue and learning?. Earth System Governance, 9, 100113 [free open access content].

Challies, E., Jager, N. W., Newig, J., Kochskämper, E., & Preuss, M (2021). From Collaboration to Policymaking: How Collaborative and Participatory Decisions Actually Change Policy (or not). ConstDelib Working Paper Series, no. 10, pp. 1-20 [free open access content].

Coenen, J., Bager, S., Meyfroidt, P., Newig, J., & Challies, E. (2021). Environmental Governance of China’s Belt and Road Initiative. Environmental Policy and Governance, 31(1), 3-17 [free open access content].

Coenen, J., Glass, L.-M., Sanderink, L. (2021 – in press). Two degrees and the SDGs: a network analysis of the interlinkages between transnational climate actions and the Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability Science  [free open access content].

Gollata, J. A. M., Kochskämper, E., Jager, N. W., & Newig, J. (2021). Participation in multi-level policy implementation: exploring the influence of governance culture. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 64(14), 2593-2617.

Hilger, A., Rose, M., & Keil, Andreas (2021). Beyond practitioner and researcher: 15 roles adopted by actors in transdisciplinary and transformative research processes. Sustainability Science 16(6), 2049-2068 [free open access content].

Jager, N. W., Newig, J., Challies, E., & Kochskämper, E. (2021). Corrigendum to: Pathways to Implementation: Evidence on How Participation in Environmental Governance Impacts on Environmental Outcomes. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 31(3), 616 [free open access content].

Kirschke, S., & Newig, J. (2021). Complexity in Water Management and Governance. In J. J. Bogardi, J. Gupta, K. D. W. Nandalal, L. Salamé, R. R. P. van Nooijen, N. Kumar, T. Tingsanchali, A. Bhaduri, & A. G. Kolechkina (Eds.), Handbook of Water Resources Management: Discourses, Concepts and Examples (pp. 801-810). Cham: Springer [free open access content].

Klaniecki, K., Duse, IA., Engler, JO., Leventon, J. & Abson, D.J. (2021) Energy conservation attitudes and intentions: investigating place attachment in Eastern Transylvania, Romania (Actitudes e intenciones respecto al ahorro de energía: investigando el apego al lugar en Transilvania Oriental, Rumanía). PsyEcology, 12:2, 177-201 [free open access content].

Kochskämper, E., Koontz, T. M., & Newig, J. (2021). Systematic learning in water governance: insights from five local adaptive management projects for water quality innovation. Ecology and Society, 26(1), 22 [free open access content].

Kochskämper, E., & Newig, J. (2021). Water Policy and Governance in Transition: The EU Water Framework Directive. In J. Baird & R. Plummer (Eds.), Water Resilience: Management and Governance in Times of Change (pp. 23-40). Cham: Springer [free open access content].

Leventon, J., Duşe, I. A. & Horcea-Milcu, A. I. (2021). Leveraging Biodiversity Action From Plural Values: Transformations of Governance Systems. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9 [free open access content].

Melchior, I. C., & Newig, J. (2021). Governing Transitions towards Sustainable Agriculture – Taking Stock of an Emerging Field of Research. Sustainability, 13, 528 [free open access content].

Riechers, M., Brunner, B. P., Dajka, J. C., Dușe, I. A., Lübker, H. M., Manlosa, A. O., Sala, J. E., Schaal, T., & Weidlich, S. (2021). Leverage points for addressing marine and coastal pollution: A review. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 167, 112263 [free open access content].

Rose, M. (2021). Proxy-Repräsentation: Die institutionelle politische Repräsentation der Stimmlosen am Beispiel zukünftiger Generationen. In M. Neubauer, M. Stange, C. Resske & F. Doktor (Eds.), Im Namen des Volkes: Zur Kritik politischer Repräsentation (pp. 275-302). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.

Rose, M. , & Schleicher, K. (2021). Transformative Indikatoren: Zielorientierung und Wirkungsabschätzung in Reallaboren. In A. Gemeinhardt, K. Lehmann (Eds.), Wege transformativer Forschung: Zielorientierung und Indikatoren (pp. 53-63). Darmstadt: Schader-Stiftung [open access content].

Schröter, B., Zingraff-Hamed, A., Ott, E., Huang, J., Hüesker, F., Nicolas, C. & Schröder, N. J. S. (2021). The knowledge transfer potential of online data pools on nature-based solutions. Science of The Total Environment, 762, 143074.

Schilling-Vacaflor, A., Lenschow, A., Challies, E., Cotta, B., & Newig, J. (2021). Contextualizing certification and auditing: Soy certification and access of local communities to land and water in Brazil. World Development, 140, 105281 [free open access content].

Valiyev, A., & Bilalova, S. (2021). A battle for transportation routes in the Russian neighborhood: Is there a place for small states?. Int Polit 58, 483–499 [free open access content].

Velten, S., Jager, N. W., & Newig, J. (2021). Success of collaboration for sustainable agriculture: a case study meta-analysis. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 23, 14619-14641 (free open access content).

 

2020

Dorninger, C., Abson, D. J., Apetrei, C. I., Derwort, P., Ives, C. D., Klaniecki, K., Lam, D. P., Langsenlehner, M., Riechers, M., Spittler, N. & von Wehrden, H. (2020). Leverage points for sustainability transformation: a review on interventions in food and energy systems. Ecological Economics, 171, 106570.

Gerlak, A. K., Heikkila, T., & Newig, J. (2020). Learning in environmental governance: opportunities for translating theory to practice. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 22(5), 653-666.

Jager, N. W., Newig, J., Challies, E., & Kochskämper, E. (2020). Pathways to Implementation: Evidence on How Participation in Environmental Governance Impacts on Environmental Outcomes. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 30(3), 383-399 [free open access content].

Juerges, N., & Jahn, S. (2020). German forest management stakeholders at the science-society interface: Their views on problem definition, knowledge production and research utilization. Forest Policy and Economics, 111, 102076.

Juerges, N., Leahy, J., & Newig, J. (2020). A typology of actors and their strategies in multi-scale governance of wind turbine conflict within forests. Land Use Policy, 96, 104691.

Klaniecki, K., Duse, I. A., Lutz, L. M., Leventon, J. & Abson, D. J. (2020). Applying the energy cultures framework to understand energy systems in the context of rural sustainability transformation. Energy Policy, 137, 111092.

Koontz, T. M., Jager, N. W., & Newig, J. (2020). Assessing Collaborative Conservation: A Case Survey of Output, Outcome, and Impact Measures Used in the Empirical Literature. Society & Natural Resources, 33(4), 442-461.

Malekpour, S., & Newig, J. (2020). Putting adaptive planning into practice: A meta-analysis of current applications. Cities, 106, 102866.

Newig, J., Challies, E., Cotta, B., Lenschow, A., & Schilling-Vacaflor, A. (2020). Governing global telecoupling toward environmental sustainability. Ecology and Society, 25(4), 19 [free open access content].

Newig, J., & Rose, M. (2020). Cumulating evidence in environmental governance, policy and planning research: towards a research reform agenda. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 22(5), 667-681 [free open access content].

Rimmert, M., Baudoin, L., Cotta, B., Kochskämper, E., & Newig, J. (2020). Participation in River Basin Planning Under the Water Framework Directive – Has it Benefitted Good Water Status? Water Alternatives, 13(3), 484-512 [free open access content].

Rose, M., & Hoffmann, J. M. (2020). Seven Building Blocks for an Intergenerationally Just Democracy. FREG Position Paper. Stuttgart: Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations [free open access content].

Rose, M., & Maibaum, K. (2020). Meeting the challenge of (co)designing real-world laboratories: Insights from the Well-Being Transformation Wuppertal project. GAIA, 29(3), 154-160 [free open access content].

Schröder, N. J. S., Newig, J., & Watson, N. (2020). Bright Spots for Local WFD Implementation Through Collaboration with Nature Conservation Authorities? Water Alternatives, 13(3), 582-617 [free open access content].

Schröder, N. J. S., & Chaudhary, N. (2020). Trapped between barriers OR Flowing despite barriers? THESys Discussion Paper No. 2020-2. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Pp. 1-13 [free open access content]

Schröder, N.J.S. (2020). Umsetzungsprozesse der EU Wasserrahmenrichtlinie in Deutschland: Teil 2 – WRRL-Zielerreichung zwischen Freiwilligkeit und Pflicht. Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft, 13(12), 687-694 [free open access content].

Schröder, N.J.S. (2020). Umsetzungsprozesse der EU Wasserrahmenrichtlinie in Deutschland: Teil 1 – WRRL-Zielerreichung zwischen Plan und Machbarkeit. Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft, 13(9), 490-497 [free open access content].

Sieveking, A., & Schomerus, T. (2020). Beiräte als Instrument einer Ernährungswende – Die Etablierung von Ernährungsräten in Deutschland (Advisory councils as instrument of a food turnaround – The establishment of food policy councils in Germany). Natur und Recht, 42(10), 680-686 [Free Open Access Content].

Schäfer, M., König, B., Kuntosch, A., Richter, B., & Schaal, T. (2020). Management von Innovationsprozessen für nachhaltige Entwicklung. Ökologisches Wirtschaften – Fachzeitschrift, 33(3), 40–46 [free open access content].

Ulibarri, N., Emerson, K., Imperial, M. T., Jager, N. W., Newig, J., & Weber, E. (2020). How does collaborative governance evolve? Insights from a medium-n case comparison. Policy and Society, 39(4), 617-637 [free open access content].

 

2019

Balázsi, G., Riechers, M., Hartel, T., Leventon, J. & Fischer, J. (2019). The impacts of social-ecological system change on human-nature connectedness: A case study from Transylvania, Romania. Land Use Policy, 89, 104232.

Bergsten, A., Jiren, T. S., Leventon, J., Dorresteijn, I., Schultner, J. & Fischer, J. (2019). Identifying governance gaps among interlinked sustainability challenges. Environmental Science & Policy, 91, 27–38 [free open access content].

Blomquist, W., & Schröder, N. J. S. (2019). Seeing Polycentrically. Examining Governance Situations Using a Polycentricity Lens. In A. Thiel, W. Blomquist, D. E. Garrick(Eds.). Governing Complexity: Analyzing and Applying Polycentricity (Cambridge Studies in Economics, Choice, and Society). Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 45-64. 

Challies, E., Newig, J., & Lenschow, A. (2019). Governance for Sustainability in Telecoupled Systems. In C. Friis & J. Ø. Nielsen (Eds.), Telecoupling. Exploring Land-Use Change in a Globalised World (pp. 177-197). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Derwort, P., Jager, N., & Newig, J. (2019). Towards productive functions? A systematic review of institutional failure, its causes and consequences. Policy Sciences, 52(2), 281–298.

Fam, D., Clarke, E., Freeth, R., Derwort, P., Klaniecki, K., Kater‐Wettstädt, L., Juarez‐Bourke, S., Hilser, S., Peukert, D., Meyer, E. & Horcea‐Milcu, A. (2019). Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research and practice: Balancing expectations of the ‘old’ academy with the future model of universities as ‘problem solvers’. Higher Education Quarterly, 74(1), 19–34 [free open access content].

Glass, L.-M., & Newig, J. (2019). Governance for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals: How important are participation, policy coherence, reflexivity, adaptation and democratic institutions? Earth System Governance, 2, 100031 [free open access content].

Kirschke, S., Franke, C., Newig, J., & Borchardt, D. (2019). Clusters of water governance problems and their effects on policy delivery. Policy and Society, 38(2), 255-277 [free open access content].

Leventon, J., Schaal, T., Velten, S., Loos, J., Fischer, J., & Newig, J. (2019). Landscape-scale biodiversity governance: Scenarios for reshaping spaces of governance. Environmental Policy and Governance, 29(3), 170-184.

McGregor, A., Challies, E., Thomas, A., Astuti, R., Howson, P., Afiff, S., . . . Bond, S. (2019). Sociocarbon cycles: Assembling and governing forest carbon in Indonesia. Geoforum, 99, 32-41.

Newig, J., Challies, E., & Jager, N. W. (2019). Democratic innovation and environmental governance. In S. Elstub & O. Escobar (Eds.), Handbook of Democratic Innovation and Governance (pp. 324-338). Cheltenham, UK & Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Newig, J., Derwort, P., & Jager, N. W. (2019). Sustainability through institutional failure and decline? Archetypes of productive pathways. Ecology and Society, 24(1), 18 [free open access content].

Newig, J., Jager, N. W., Kochskämper, E., & Challies, E. (2019). Learning in participatory environmental governance – its antecedents and effects. Findings from a case survey meta-analysis. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 21(3), 213-227 [free open access content].

Newig, J., Jahn, S., Lang, D. J., Kahle, J., & Bergmann, M. (2019). Linking modes of research to their scientific and societal outcomes. Evidence from 81 sustainability-oriented research projects. Environmental Science and Policy, 101, 147-155 [free open access content].

Newig, J., Lenschow, A., Challies, E., Cotta, B., & Schilling-Vacaflor, A. (2019). What is governance in global telecoupling? Ecology and Society, 24(3), 26 [free open access content].

Rose, M. (2019). All-affected, Non-identity and the Political Representation of Future Generations: Linking Intergenerational Justice with Democracy. In T. Cottier, S. Lalani, & C. Siziba (Eds.), Intergenerational Equity: Environmental and Cultural Concerns (pp. 32-51). Leiden & Boston: Brill Nijhoff.

Rose, M. (2019). Non-identity – So what? A political scientist’s perspective on a curious but somehow arbitrary problem. Intergenerational Justice Review, 5(2), 54-55 [free open access content].

Rose, M., & Hoffmann, J. M. (2019). Editorial. Issue topic: ‘The scope of the non-identity problem’. Intergenerational Justice Review, 5(2), 47 [free open access content].

Rose, M., Wanner, M., & Hilger, A. (2019) Das Reallabor als Forschungsprozess und -infrastruktur für nachhaltige Entwicklung: Konzepte, Herausforderungen und Empfehlungen. Wuppertal Paper 196 (2. aktualisierte und erweiterte Auflage ed.). Wuppertal: Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie gGmbH [free open access content].

Schröder, N. J. S. (2019). IWRM through WFD Implementation? Drivers for Integration in Polycentric Water Governance Systems. Water, 11(5), 1063 [free open access content].

Sieveking, A. (2019). Food Policy Councils as Loci for Practising Food Democracy? Insights from the Case of Oldenburg, Germany. Politics and Governance, 7(4), 48-58 [free open access content].

 

2018

Challies, E. (2018). Stakeholder engagement in Water Framework Directive planning in the United Kingdom: Two case studies from Northern Ireland and Scotland. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 90-113). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Hilger, A., Rose, M., & Wanner, M. (2018). Changing Faces – Factors Influencing the Roles of Researchers in Real-World Laboratories. GAIA, 27(1), 138-145.

Jager, N. W., Kochskämper, E., Challies, E., & Newig, J. (2018). Paired case research design and mixed-methods approach. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 28-36). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Jiren, T. S., Bergsten, A., Dorresteijn, I., Collier, N. F., Leventon, J. & Fischer, J. (2018). Integrating food security and biodiversity governance: A multi-level social network analysis in Ethiopia. Land Use Policy, 78, 420–429.

Juerges, N., Leahy, J., & Newig, J. (2018). Actor perceptions of polycentricity in wind power governance. Environmental Policy and Governance, 28(6), 383-394. doi: 10.1002/eet.1830 [free open access content].

Juerges, N., Weber, A., Leahy, J., & Newig, J. (2018). The Role of Trust in Natural Resource Management Conflicts: A Forestry Case Study from Germany. Forest Science, 64(3), 330-339.

Kahle, J., Risch, K., Wanke, A. & Lang, D. (2018). Strategic Networking for Sustainability: Lessons Learned from Two Case Studies in Higher Education. Sustainability, 10(12), 4646 [free open access content].

Klaniecki, K., Leventon, J. & Abson, D.J. (2018). Human–nature connectedness as a ‘treatment’ for pro-environmental behavior: making the case for spatial considerations. Sustainability Science, 13(5), 1375–1388 [free open access content].

Kochskämper, E., Jager, N. W., Newig, J., & Challies, E. (2018). Participation and Effective Environmental Governance: Causal mechanisms, and beyond. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 149-159). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Kochskämper, E., Challies, E., Jager, N. W., & Newig, J. (2018). Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation. Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Kochskämper, E., Jager, N. W., Newig, J., & Challies, E. (2018). Impact of participation on sustainable water management planning: Comparative analysis of eight cases. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 117-148). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Kochskämper, E., Schütze, N., & Ballester, A. (2018). Stakeholder and citizen involvement for Water Framework Directive implementation in Spain: Three case studies from Andalusia, Cantabria and Catalonia. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 64-89). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Liu, J., Dou, Y., Batistella, M., Challies, E., Connor, T., Friis, C., Millington, J. D. A., Parish, E., Romulo, C. L., Silva, R. F. B., Triezenberg, H., Yang, H., Zhao, Z., Zimmerer, K. S., Huettmann, F., Treglia, M. L., Basher, Z., Chung, M. G., Herzberger, A., Lenschow, A., Mechiche-Alami, A., Newig, J., Roche, R., & Sun, J. (2018). Spillover systems in a telecoupled Anthropocene: typology, methods, and governance for global sustainability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 33, 58-69.

Lührs, N., Jager, N. W., Challies, E., & Newig, J. (2018). How Participatory Should Environmental Governance Be? Testing the Applicability of the Vroom-Yetton-Jago Model in Public Environmental Decision-Making. Environmental Management, 61(2), 249-262.

Newig, J., Challies, E., Jager, N. W., Kochskämper, E., & Adzersen, A. (2018). The Environmental Performance of Participatory and Collaborative Governance: A Framework of Causal Mechanisms. Policy Studies Journal, 46(2), 269-297 [free open access content].

Newig, J., Challies, E., Jager, N. W., & Kochskämper, E. (2018). Concepts: How participation leads to effective environmental governance. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 11-27). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Newig, J., Kochskämper, E., Challies, E., & Jager, N. W. (2018). Researching participation in environmental governance through the implementation of the European Water Framework Directive. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 3-10). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Nieto-Romero, M., Milcu, A., Leventon, J., Mikulcak, F. & Fischer, J. (2016). The role of scenarios in fostering collective action for sustainable development: Lessons from central Romania. Land Use Policy, 50, 156–168.

Özerol, G., Vinke-de Kruijf, J., Brisbois, M. C., Flores, C. C., Deekshit, P., Girard, C., Knieper, C., Mirnezami, S. J., Ortega-Reig, M., Ranjan, P., Schröder, N. J. S., & Schröter, B. (2018). Comparative studies of water governance: a systematic review. Ecology and Society, 23(4), 43 [free open access content].

Reed, M. S., Vella, S., Challies, E., de Vente, J., Frewer, L., Hohenwallner-Ries, D., Huber, T., Neumann, R. K., Oughton, E.A., Sidoli del Ceno, J., & van Delden, H. (2018). A theory of participation: what makes stakeholder and public engagement in environmental management work? Restoration Ecology, 26(S1), S7-S17.

Rose, M., Wanner, M., & Hilger, A. (2018). Das Reallabor als Forschungsprozess und -infrastruktur für nachhaltige Entwicklung: Konzepte, Herausforderungen und Empfehlungen [free open access content].

Rose, M. (2018). Zukünftige Generationen in der heutigen Demokratie: Theorie und Praxis der Proxy-Repräsentation. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Schütze, N., & Kochskämper, E. (2018). Stakeholder involvement for Water Framework Directive implementation in Germany: Three case studies from Bavaria, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein. In E. Kochskämper, E. Challies, N. W. Jager, & J. Newig (Eds.), Participation for Effective Environmental Governance: Evidence from European Water Framework Directive Implementation (pp. 39-63). Oxon [u.a.]: Routledge.

Schröder, N. J. S. (2018). The Lens of Polycentricity: Identifying polycentric governance systems illustrated through examples from the field of water governance. Environmental Policy and Governance, 28(4), 236-251.

Velten, S., Schaal, T., Leventon, J., Hanspach, J., Fischer, J., & Newig, J. (2018). Rethinking biodiversity governance in European agricultural landscapes: Acceptability of alternative governance scenarios. Land Use Policy, 77, 84-93.

Velten, S. (2018). Governing for Sustainable Agriculture in the EU: Promoting Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration [Dissertation]. Leuphana Universität Lüneburg [free open access content].

Wanner, M., Hilger, A., Westerkowski, J., Rose, M., Stelzer, F., & Schäpke, N. (2018). Towards a Cyclical Concept of Real-World Laboratories: A Transdisciplinary Research Practice for Sustainability Transitions. disP – The Planning Review, 54(2), 94-114.

 

2017

Abson, D. J., Fischer, J., Leventon, J., Newig, J., Schomerus, T., Vilsmaier, U., von Wehrden, H., Abernethy, P., Ives, C. D., Jager, N. W. & Lang, D. J. (2017). Leverage points for sustainability transformation. Ambio, 46(1), 30-39.

Challies, E., Newig, J., Kochskämper, E., & Jager, N. W. (2017). Governance change and governance learning in Europe: stakeholder participation in environmental policy implementation. Policy and Society, 36(2), 288-303 [free open access content].

Dorresteijn, I., Milcu, A.I., Leventon, J., Hanspach J. & Fischer, J. (2016). Social factors mediating human–carnivore coexistence: Understanding thematic strands influencing coexistence in Central Romania. Ambio, 45, 490–500 [free open access content].

Ekroos J., Leventon J., Fischer J., Newig J., & Smith H. G. (2017). Embedding evidence on conservation interventions within a context of multi‐level governance. Conservation Letters 10(1), 139-145 [free open access content].

Gollata, J. A. M., & Newig, J. (2017). Policy implementation through multi-level governance: analysing practical implementation of EU air quality directives in Germany. Journal of European Public Policy, 24(9), 1308-1327.

Kirschke, S., & Newig, J. (2017). Addressing Complexity in Environmental Management and Governance. Sustainability 2017, 9(6), 983 [free open access content].

Kirschke, S., Borchardt, D., & Newig, J. (2017). Mapping Complexity in Environmental Governance: A comparative analysis of 37 priority issues in German water management. Environmental Policy and Governance, 27(6), 534-559 [free open access content].

Kirschke, S., Newig, J., Völker, J., & Borchardt, D. (2017). Does problem complexity matter for environmental policy delivery? How public authorities address problems of water governance. Journal of Environmental Management 196, 1-7.

Kivimaa, P., Hildén, M., Huitema, D., Jordan, A., & Newig, J. (2017). Experiments in climate governance – a systematic review of research on energy and built environment transitions. Journal of Cleaner Production, 169, 17-29 [free open access content].

Leventon, J., Schaal, T., Velten, S., Dänhardt, J., Fischer, J., Abson, D.J., & Newig, J. (2017). Collaboration or fragmentation? Biodiversity management through the common agricultural policy. Land Use Policy, 64, 1-12.

Leventon, J. & Laudan, J. (2017). Local food sovereignty for global food security? Highlighting interplay challenges. Geoforum, 85, 23–26.

Leventon, J. (2017). Case study: the social context of arsenic regulation and exposure in South East Hungary. In P. Bhattacharya, D. A. Polya, D. Jovanovic (Eds.), Best Practice Guide on the Control of Arsenic in Drinking Water. IWA Publishing.

Leventon, J. (2017). Community awareness and engagement for arsenic management. In P. Bhattacharya, D. A. Polya, D. Jovanovic (Eds.), Best Practice Guide on the Control of Arsenic in Drinking Water. IWA Publishing.

Lutz, L. M., Fischer, L.-B., Newig, J., & Lang, D. J. (2017). Driving factors for the regional implementation of renewable energy – A multiple case study on the German energy transition. Energy Policy 105, 136-147.

Matias, D.M.S., Leventon, J., Rau, AL. (2017). A review of ecosystem service benefits from wild bees across social contexts. Ambio, 46, 456–467 [free open access content].

Newig, J., & Moss, T. (2017). Scale in environmental governance: moving from concepts and cases to consolidation. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 19(5), 473-479 [free open access content].

Rose, M., & Schleicher, K. (2017). Was tragen die Wuppertaler Reallabore zur Wohlstandstransformation bei? Ein Leitfaden für einfache Wirkungsabschätzungen in transdisziplinären Projekten. Wuppertal: Zentrum für Transformationsforschung und Nachhaltigkeit [free open access content].

Rose, M., Schleicher, K., & Maibaum, K. (2017). Transforming Well-Being in Wuppertal – Conditions and Constraints. Sustainability (Switzerland), 9(12), 2375.

Sieveking, A., Weber, H., Riewerts, B., & Böhme, M. (2017). Towards a sustainable use of phosphorus. GAIA, 26(1), 34-42.

Sieveking, A. (2017). Das Wirken von Nachhaltigkeitsräten in Politik und Gesellschaft. (Sustainable Development Councils and Their Political and Social Impact). GAIA, 26(2), 158-160.

 

2016

Bernert, P., Haaser, A., Kühl, L., & Schaal, T. (2016) Towards a Real-world Laboratory: A transdisciplinary Case Study from Lüneburg. GAIA 25(4): 253-259.

Challies, E. , Newig, J., Thaler, T., Kochskämper, E., & Levin-Keitel, M. (2016). Participatory and collaborative governance for sustainable flood risk management: An emerging research agenda. Environmental Science & Policy, 55(2), 275-280.

de Vente, J., Reed, M.S., Stringer, L.S., Valente, S., & Newig, J. (2016). How does the context and design of participatory decision making processes affect their outcomes? Evidence from sustainable land management in global drylands. Ecology and Society 21(2), 24 [free open access content].

Horcea-Milcu, AI., Leventon, J., Hanspach, J. & Fischer, J. (2016). Disaggregated contributions of ecosystem services to human well-being: a case study from Eastern Europe. Regional Environ Change, 16, 1779–1791 [free open access content].

Fischer, D., Lüdecke, G., Godemann, J., Michelsen, G., Newig, J., Rieckmann, M., & Schulz, D. (2016). Sustainability Communication. In: Heinrichs, H., Martens, P., Michelsen, G., Wiek, A. (Eds.): Sustainability Science. An Introduction. Dordrecht: Springer, 139–148.

Fischer, L.-B., & Newig, J. (2016). Importance of Actors and Agency in Sustainability Transitions: A Systematic Exploration of the Literature. Sustainability 8(5): 476 [free open access content].

Jager, N. W., Challies, E., Kochskämper, E., Newig, J., Benson, D. Blackstock, K., Collins, K., Ernst, A., Evers, M., Feichtinger, J., Fritsch, O., Gooch, G., Grund, W., Hedelin, B., Hernández-Mora, N., Hüesker, F., Huitema, D., Irvine, K., Klinke, A., Lange, L., Loupsans, D., Lubell, M., Maganda, C., Matczak, P., Parés, M., Saarikoski, H., Slavíková, L., van der Arend, S., & von Korff, Y. (2016). Transforming European Water Governance? Participation and River Basin Management under the EU Water Framework Directive in 13 Member States. Water, 8 (156).

Jager, N.W. (2016). Transboundary Cooperation in European Water Governance – A set-theoretic analysis of International River BasinsEnvironmental Policy and Governance26, 278291.

Kochskämper, E., Challies, E., Newig, J., & Jager, N. W. (2016). Participation for effective environmental governance? Evidence from Water Framework Directive implementation in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom. Journal of Environmental Management, 181, 737-748.

Lenschow, A., Newig, J., & Challies, E. (2016). Globalization’s limits to the environmental state? Integrating telecoupling into global environmental governance. Environmental Politics, 25(1), 136-159 [free open access content].

Leventon, J., Fleskens, L., Claringbould, H., Schwilch, G. & Hessel, R. (2016). An applied methodology for stakeholder identification in transdisciplinary research. Sustainability Science, 11(5), 763–775 [free open access content].

Leventon, J., Newig, J., Schaal, T., & S. Velten (2016). Governance approaches to address scale issues in biodiversity management – current situation and ways forward. MultAgri Policy Brief. MULTAGRI. 03/2016.

Newig, J., Kochskämper, E., Challies, E., & Jager, N. W. (2016). Exploring governance learning: How policymakers draw on evidence, experience and intuition in designing participatory flood risk planning. Environmental Science & Policy, 55, 353-360 [free open access content].

Nieto-Romero, M., Milcu, A., Leventon, J., Mikulcak, F., & Fischer, J. (2016). The role of scenarios in fostering collective action for sustainable development: Lessons from central Romania. Land Use Policy, 50, 156-168.

Newig, J., Schulz, D., & Jager, N. (2016). Disentangling Puzzles of Spatial Scales and Participation in Environmental Governance – The Case of Governance Re-scaling Through the European Water Framework Directive. Environmental Management 58(6): 998-1014 [free open access content].

Rose, M. (2016). Constitutions, Democratic Self-Determination and the Institutional Empowerment of Future Generations: Mitigating an Aporia. Intergenerational Justice Review, 9(2), 56-71 [free open access content].

Schwilch, G., Bernet, L., Fleskens, L., Giannakis, E., Leventon, J., Marañón, T., Mills, J., Short, C., Stolte, J., van Delden, H. & Verzandvoort, S. (2016). Operationalizing ecosystem services for the mitigation of soil threats: A proposed framework. Ecological Indicators, 67, 586–597.

Velten, S. (2016). Collaboration for a more sustainable agriculture – when does it work? 12th IFSA Symposium, Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire, UK [free open access content].

2015

Balsam, R., Herzog, C., Newig, J., Seifert, A., & Stegert, A. (2015). Die Studienreflexion an der Leuphana Universität Lüneburg. Zeitschrift für Beratung und Studium 10, 20-24.

Dixon, R., & Challies, E. (2015). Making REDD+ pay: Shifting rationales and tactics of private finance and the governance of avoided deforestation in Indonesia’. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 56(1), 6-20.

Drazkiewicz, A., Challies, E., & Newig, J. (2015). Public participation and local environmental planning: Testing factors influencing decision quality and implementation in four case studies from Germany. Land Use Policy 46, 211-222.

Jürges, N., & Newig, J. (2015). How interest groups adapt to the changing forest governance landscape in the EU: A case study from Germany. Forest Policy and Economics, 50, 228-235.

Jürges, N., & Newig, J. (2015). What role for frames in scalar conflicts? Land Use Policy, 49, 426-434.

Kivimaa, P., Hildén, M., Huitema D., Jordan, A., & Newig, J. (2015). Experiments in Climate Governance. Lessons from a Systematic Review of Case Studies in Transition Research. SPRU Working Paper Series 2015-36.

Leventon, J., Dyer, J. C., & Van Alstine, J. D. (2015). The private sector in climate governance: opportunities for climate compatible development through multilevel industry-government engagement. Journal of Cleaner Production, 102, 316-323.

Leventon, J. (2015). Explaining implementation deficits through multi-level governance in the EU’s new member states: EU limits for arsenic in drinking water in Hungary. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 58(7), 1137-1153.

McGregor, A., Challies, E., Howson, P., Astuti, R., Dixon, R., Haalboom, B., Gavin, M., Tacconi, L., & Afiff, S. (2015). Beyond carbon, more than forest? REDD+ governmentality in Indonesia. Environment and Planning A, 47(1), 138-155.

Mikulcak, F., Haider, J. L., Abson, D., Newig, J., & Fischer, J. (2015). Applying a capitals approach to understand rural development traps: A case study from post-socialist Romania. Land Use Policy, 43, 248-258.

Röllig, M., Sutcliffe, L.M.E., Sammuk, M., v. Wehrden, H., Newig, J., & Fischer, J. (2015). Reviving wood-pastures for biodiversity and people: A case study from western Estonia. Ambio, 45, 185–195.

Schulz, D., & Newig, J. (2015). Assessing Online Consultation in Participatory Governance: A Conceptual Framework and Case Study of a National Sustainability-related Consultation Platform in Germany. Environmental Policy and Governance 25(1), 55-69.

Schwilch, G., Bernet, L., Claringbould, H., Fleskens, L., Giannakis, E., Leventon, J., Marañón, T., Mills, J. , Short, C. J., Stolte, J., van Delden, H. &Verzandvoort, S. (2015). Soil Functions & Ecosystem Services. In J. Stolte, M. Tesfai, L. Oygarden, S. Kvaerno, J. Keizer, F. Verheijen, P. Panagos, C. Ballabio, R. Hessel (Eds.), Soil threats in Europe: status, methods, drivers and effects on ecosystem services (pp.155-206). European Union. [free open access content].

Velten S., Leventon J., Jager N., & Newig J. (2015). What Is Sustainable Agriculture? A Systematic Review. Sustainability 7, 7833–7865 [free open access content]. 

Velten, S., Leventon, J., Jager, N., & Newig, J. (2015). What Is Sustainable Agriculture? A Systematic Review. Sustainability 7, 7833–7865 [conference proceeding paper][free open access content].

Whitfield, S., Dougill, A.J., Dyer, J.C., Kalaba, F.K., Leventon, J., & Stringer, L.C. (2015). Critical reflection on knowledge and narratives of conservation agriculture. Geoforum, 60, 133.

 

2014

Balsam, R., Newig, J., & Seifert, A. (2014). The Three-Tiered Leuphana Model of Student Support. 14 S. (INFU – Diskussionsbeiträge; Nr. 39/14), (INFU Discussion Paper; Nr. 39/14). Lüneburg: Institute for Environmental and Sustainability Communication (INFU).

Challies, E., Newig, J., & Lenschow, A. (2014). What role for social-ecological systems research in governing global teleconnections?. Global Environmental Change : Human and Policy Dimensions, 27, 32-40.

Challies, E. (2014). Reining in rascal geographies of neoliberalism in the periphery? Dialogues in Human Geography 4(2), 131-136 [free open access content].

Evers, M., & Newig, J. (2014). Wasser. In H. Heinrichs, & G. Michelsen (Hrsg.), Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaften. (S. 475-500). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Koontz, T. M., & Newig, J. (2014). Cross-level Information and Influence in Mandated Participatory Planning: Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Water Management in Germany’s Implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive. Land Use Policy, 38, 594–604.

Koontz, T. M., & Newig, J. (2014). From Planning to Implementation: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches for Collaborative Watershed Management. Policy Studies Journal, 42(3), 416-442.

McGregor, A., Weaver, S., Challies, E., Howson, P., Astuti, R., & Haalboom, B. (2014). Practical critique: Bridging the gap between critical and practice-oriented REDD+ research communities. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 55(3), 277-291.

Newig, J., Challies, E., Jager, N. W., & Kochskämper, E. (2014). Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung und EU Hochwasserrisikomanagement-Richtlinie. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, 58(6), 339-340.

Newig, J., Challies, E., Jager, N. W., & Kochskämper, E. (2014). What Role for Public Participation in Implementing the EU Floods Directive? A comparison with the Water Framework Directive, early evidence from Germany, and a research agenda. Environmental Policy and Governance, 24(4), 275–288.

Newig, J. (2014). Kommunikation, Partizipation und digitale Medien: Partizipation. In H. Heinrichs, & G. Michelsen (Hrsg.), Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaften. (S. 381-397). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Spektrum.

Newig, J., & Challies, E. (2014). Water, Rivers and Wetlands. In P. Harris (Hrsg.), Routledge Handbook of global Environmental Politics. (S. 439-452). [34] (Routledge Handbooks). London & New York: Routledge.

Newig, J., & Koontz, T. M. (2014). Multi-level Governance, Policy Implementation and Participation: The EU’s Mandated Participatory Planning Approach to Implementing Environmental Policy. Journal of European Public Policy, 21(2), 248-267.

Schmidt, A., Striegnitz, M., & Kuhn, K. (2014). Integrating regional perceptions into climate change adaptation: a transdisciplinary case study from Germany’s North Sea Coast. Regional Environmental Change, 14(6), 2105-2114.

Sieveking, A. (2014): Die EU-Holzhandelsverordnung. Ein wirksames Instrument zur Bekämpfung des illegalen Holzhandels? (The European Timber Regulation – an Effective Instrument to Fight Illegal Logging?) Natur und Recht 36(8), 542-548.

Stringer, L. C., Dougill, A. J., Dyer, J. C., Vincent, K., Fritzsche, F., Leventon, J., Falcão, M. P., Manyakaidze, P., Syampungani, S., Powell, P., & Kalaba, G. (2014). Advancing climate compatible development: Lessons from southern Africa. Regional Environmental Change, 14(2), 713-725.

Velten, S. (2014). When are collaborative interventions for a more sustainable agriculture successful? Towards an analytical framework. The 4th World Sustainability Forum [conference proceeding paper][free open access content].

 

2013

Brandt, P., Ernst, A., Gralla, F., Lüderitz, C., Lang, D., Newig, J., Reinert, F., Abson, D. J., & von Wehrden, H. (2013). A review of transdisciplinary research in sustainability science. Ecological Economics, 92(August), 1-15.

Challies, E. (2013). The Limits to Voluntary Private Social Standards in Global Agri-food System Governance. International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food, 20(2), 175-195.

Dyer, J. C., Leventon, J., Stringer, L. C., Dougill, A. J., Syampungani, S., Nshimbi, M., Chama, F., & Kafwifwi, A. (2013). Partnership Models for Climate Compatible Development: Experiences from Zambia. Resources, 2 (1).

Lüdecke, G. (2013). Medien und klimabewusstes Verhalten: Die Bedeutung des Fernsehens für ein nachhaltiges Alltagshandeln bei Jugendlichen. (Hochschulschriften zur Nachhaltigkeit; Band 58). München: oekom.

McGregor, A., Challies, E., Overton, J., & Sentes, L. (2013). Developmentalities and Donor-NGO Relations: Contesting Foreign Aid Policies in New Zealand/Aotearoa. Antipode, 45(5), 1232-1253.

Mikulcak, F., Newig, J., Milcu, A. I., Hartel, T., & Fischer, J. (2013). Integrating rural development and biodiversity conservation in Central Romania. Environmental Conservation, 40(2), 129-137.

Newig, J., Adzersen, A., Challies, E., Fritsch, O., & Jager, N. W. (2013). Comparative analysis of public environmental decision-making processes: A variable-based analytical scheme. 65 S. (INFU Discussion Paper; Nr. 37). Lüneburg: Institut für Umweltkommunikation der Universität Lüneburg.

Newig, J., Schulz, D., Fischer, D., Hetze, K., Laws, N., Lüdecke, G., & Rieckmann, M. (2013). Communication Regarding Sustainability: Conceptual Perspectives and Exploration of Societal Subsystems. Sustainability, 5(7), 2976-2990.

Newig, J., & Balsam, R. (2013). Produktive Funktionen von Kollaps und Zerstörung für gesellschaftliche Transformationsprozesse in Richtung Nachhaltigkeit. In J. Rückert-John (Hrsg.), Soziale Innovation und Nachhaltigkeit: Perspektiven sozialen Wandels. (S. 133-149). (Innovation und Gesellschaft). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

 

2012

Dougill, A. J., Stringer, L. C., Leventon, J., Riddell, M., Rueff, H., Spracklen, D. V., & Butt, E. (2012). Lessons from community-based payment for ecosystem service schemes: From forests to rangelands. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 367(1606), 3178-3190.

Fritsch, O., & Newig, J. (2012). Participatory governance and sustainability: Findings of a meta-analysis of stakeholder involvement in environmental decision-making. In E. Brousseau, T. Dedeurwaerdere & B. Siebenhüner (Hrsg.), Reflexive governance for global public goods. (S. 181-204). Cambridge (Mass.): The MIT Press.

Leventon, J., & Antypas, A. (2012). Multi-level Governance, Multi-level Deficits: The Case of Drinking Water Management in Hungary. Environmental Policy and Governance, 22(4), 253-267.

Leventon, J., & Hug, S. (2012). Consumer concerns about drinking water in an area with high levels of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater, and the implications for managing health risks. In P. Bhattacharya, I. Rosborg, A. Sandhi, C. Hayes, & M. J. Benoliel (Eds.), COST Action 637. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water, METEAU, Kristianstad, Sweden, October 13-15, 2010 (pp. 34-40). London: IWA Publishing.

Lüdecke, G. (2012). Umweltbewusstsein und Medien: Können Filme unser Alltagshandeln verändern?. In Hier spielt die Zukunft. : Mit Kindern Nachhaltigkeit entdecken, verstehen – und gemeinsam handeln (S. 35-36). Leuchtpol. (Schriftenreihe der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Natur- und Umweltbildung Bundesverband e. V.; Band 26), (Leuchtpol Bibliothek; Band 11).

Newig, J., Jager, N. W., & Challies, E. (2012). Führt Bürgerbeteiligung in umweltpolitischen Entscheidungsprozessen zu mehr Effektivität und Legitimität? Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 22(4), 527-564.

Newig, J. (2012). More effective natural resource management through participatory governance? Taking stock of the conceptual and empirical literature – and moving forward. In K. Hogl, E. Kvarda, R. Nordbeck, & M. Pregernig (Hrsg.), Environmental governance: The challenge of legitimacy and effectiveness. (S. 46-68). Cheltenham et al.: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Newig, J., & Kvarda, E. (2012). Participation in environmental governance: legitimate and effective?. In K. Hogl, E. Kvarda, R. Nordbeck, & M. Pregernig (Hrsg.), Environmental governance: The challenge of legitimacy and effectiveness (pp. 29-45). Cheltenham et al.: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

2011

Challies, E., McGregor, A., & Sentes, L. (2011). The Changing Landscape of International Development in Aotearoa/New Zealand. 23 S. (NZADDs Working Paper Series; Band 2011, Nr. 3). New Zealand Aid and Development Dialogues (NZADDs).

Challies, E., & Murray, W. E. (2011). The Interaction of Global Value Chains and Rural Livelihoods: The case of smallholder raspberry growers in Chile. Journal of Agrarian Change, 11(1), 29-59.

Heinrichs, H., Fischedick, M., Lechtenböhmer, S., Newig, J., Roßnagel, A., Ruck, W., Schomerus, T., & Thomas, S. (2011). Die Energiewende als transdisziplinäre Herausforderung. Gaia, 20(3), 202-204.

Heinrichs, H., Kuhn, K., & Newig, J. (Hrsg.) (2011). Nachhaltige Gesellschaft: Welche Rolle für Partizipation und Kooperation? VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Heinrichs, H., Kuhn, K., & Newig, J. (2011). Einleitung: Nachhaltige Gesellschaft – Gestaltung durch Partizipation und Kooperation?. In H. Heinrichs, K. Kuhn, & J. Newig (Hrsg.), Nachhaltige Gesellschaft: Welche Rolle für Partizipation und Kooperation? (S. 11-14). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Lüdecke, G., & Schulz, D. (2011). (Neue) Medien, Partizipation und Nachhaltige Entwicklung. In H. Heinrichs, K. Kuhn, & J. Newig (Hrsg.), Nachhaltige Gesellschaft: Welche Rolle für Partizipation und Kooperation?. (S. 132-151). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2011). Anspruch und Wirklichkeit: Befördert Partizipation umweltpolitisch „gute“ Entscheidungen?. In Demokratie und Umweltkrise: Brauchen wir mehr Mitbestimmung? (S. 206-211). (Wissenschaft und Umwelt Interdisziplinär; Band 14). München: oekom.

Newig, J., Kuhn, K., & Heinrichs, H. (2011). Nachhaltige Entwicklung durch gesellschaftliche Partizipation und Kooperation? – eine kritische Revision zentraler Theorien und Konzepte. In H. Heinrichs, K. Kuhn, & J. Newig (Hrsg.), Nachhaltige Gesellschaft: Welche Rolle für Partizipation und Kooperation? (S. 27-45). VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Newig, J. (2011). Climate change as an element of sustainability communication. In J. Godemann, & G. Michelsen (Hrsg.), Sustainability Communication: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Theoretical Foundations (S. 119-128). Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer Netherland.

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2011). Ökologische Nachhaltigkeit durch zivilgesellschaftliche Partizipation? Zum Stand der Debatte in der internationalen Literatur. In Handler, M. & Trattnigg, R. (Hrsg.), Zukunft der Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung: Chancen. Grenzen. Herausforderungen (S. 55-64). Wien: Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft (Lebensmittelministerium).

Newig, J. (2011). Partizipation und Kooperation zur Effektivitätssteigerung in Politik und Governance?. In H. Heinrichs, K. Kuhn, & J. Newig (Hrsg.), Nachhaltige Gesellschaft: Welche Rolle für Partizipation und Kooperation?. (S. 65-79). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Newig, J. (2011). Partizipation und neue Formen der Governance. In M. Groß (Hrsg.), Handbuch Umweltsoziologie. (S. 485-502). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

 

2010

Busch, M., Kannen, A., & Striegnitz, M. (2010). Raumnutzungskonflikte in der Küstenzone: Informelle Lösungsansätze am Beispiel der naturschutzrechtlichen Kompensation des JadeWeserPorts. In A. Kannen, G. Schernewski, I. Krämer, M. Lange, H. Janßen, & N. Strybel (Eds.), Forschung für ein Integriertes Küstenzonenmanagement: Fallbeispiele Odermündungsregion und Offshore-Windkraft in der Nordsee (pp. 71-84). (Coastline reports; Band 15). EUCC – Die Küsten Union Deutschland e.V. [free open access content].

Moss, T., & Newig, J. (2010). Multilevel Water Governance and Problems of Scale: Setting the Stage for a Broader Debate. Environmental Management, 46(1), 1-6.

Murray, W., & Challies, E. (2010). The TPPA, Agribusiness and Rural Livelihoods. In J. Kelsey (Hrsg.), No Ordinary Deal: Unmasking the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement. (S. 109-123). Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin.

Newig, J., Guenther, D., & Pahl-Wostl, C. (2010). Synapses in the Network: Learning in Governance Networks in the Context of Environmental Management. Ecology and Society, 15(4) [Free Open Access Content].

Newig, J. (2010). Symbolische Gesetzgebung zwischen Machtausübung und gesellschaftlicher Selbsttäuschung. In M. Cottier, J. Estermann, & M. Wrase (Hrsg.), Wie wirkt Recht?. (S. 301-322). Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.

Newig, J., & Moss, T. (Hrsg.) (2010). Multi-Level Water Governance: Coping with Problems of Scale. (Environmental Management; Band 46, Nr. 1). Springer-Verlag.

Newig, J., & Voß, J-P. (2010). Steuerung nachhaltiger Entwicklung. In R. Steurer, & R. Trattnigg (Hrsg.), Nachhaltigkeit regieren: Eine Bilanz zu Governance-Prinzipien und -Praktiken. (S. 239-257). Müchen: oekom.

Reed, M. S., Evely, A. C., Cundill, G., Fazey, I., Glass, J., Laing, A., Newig, J., Parrish, B., Prell, C., Raymond, C., & Stringer, L. (2010). What is Social Learning? Ecology and Society, 15(4): r1 [free open access content].

Schulz, D. (2010). Social Media als Impuls für partizipative Nachhaltigkeitskommunikation?. In F. Faber, M. Jay, S. Reinecke, & T. Westermeyer (Eds.): Entscheidungen mit Umweltfolgen zwischen Freiheit und Zwang: Tagungsband der 7. Tagung der Nachwuchsgruppe Umweltsoziologie Institut für Forstökonomie, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. (Arbeitsbericht; Band 55).

Striegnitz, M. (2010). Kooperative Bearbeitung von Wertkonflikten im Küstenschutz. In P. H. Feindt, & T. Saretzki (Eds.), Umwelt- und Technikkonflikte (pp. 297-316). VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften [free open access content].

Striegnitz, M., & Panebianco, S. (2010). LeNA: Leitfaden für die Nachnutzung von Altablagerungen. In F. H. Hamburg (Hrsg.): Umgang mit baulich gesicherten Altlasten: Erkenntnisse und Perspektiven; Tagungsband zur Fachtagung vom 10. und 11. Juni 2010 (S. 135-147). Behörde für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt.

 

2009

Bartels, C., Barth, M., Burandt, S., Carstensen, I., Endler, C., Kreilkamp, E., Malzarakis, A., Möller, A., & Schulz, D. (2009). Sich mit dem Klima wandeln! Ein Tourismus-Klimafahrplan für Tourismusdestinationen: Informationsbroschüre des Forschungsprojektes KUNTIKUM der Leuphana Universität Lüneburg und der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg.

Lampe, E., Diekkrüger, B. & Heinrichs, H. (2009). Öffentlichkeitsarbeit der Deichverbände in Niedersachsen und Bremen. Wasser und Abfall, 11(7–8), 48–52.

Leventon, J. (2009). Science, policy and implementation gaps: An exploration of groundwater management in Hungary. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2009). Der Beitrag zivilgesellschaftlicher Partizipation zur Effektivitätssteigerung von Governance: eine Analyse umweltpolitischer Beteiligungsverfahren im transatlantischen Vergleich. In I. Bode, A. Evers, & A. Klein (Hrsg.): Bürgergesellschaft als Projekt: Eine Bestandsaufnahme zu Entwicklung und Förderung zivilgesellschaftlicher Potenziale in Deutschland (S. 214-239). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2009). Environmental governance: participatory, multi-level – and effective?. Environmental Policy and Governance, 19(3), 197-214.

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2009). More input – better output: Does citizen involvement improve environmental governance?. In I. Blühdorn (Hrsg.), In search of legitimacy. (S. 205-224). Opladen [u.a.]: Budrich

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2009). The case survey method and applications in political science. APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper [free open access content].

Schulz, D. (2009). Bloggen für eine Nachhaltige Entwicklung?!. Umweltwirtschaftsforum, 17(1), 149-154.

Velton, S. (2009). Perspektive für die Nachhaltigkeit des Sojaanbaus im Nordwesten von Rio Grande do Sul, Brasilien: Eine Akteursnetzwerkanalyse (Diplomarbeit). Leuphana Universität Lüneburg [free open access content].

 

2008

Challies, E. R. T., & Murray, W. E. (2008). Towards Post-Neoliberalism? The comparative politico-economic transition of New Zealand and Chile. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 49(2), 228-243.

Challies, E. R. T. (2008). Commodity Chains, Rural Development and the Global Agri-food System. Geography Compass, 2(2), 375-394.

Kastens, B., & Newig, J. (2008). Will participation foster the successful implementation of the Water Framework Directive? The case of agricultural groundwater protection in Northwest Germany. Local Environment, 13(1), 27-41.

Newig, J., Haberl, H., Pahl-Wostl, C., & Rothman, D. S. (2008). Formalised and Non-Formalised Methods in Resource Management-Knowledge and Social Learning in Participatory Processes: An Introduction. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 21(6), 381-387.

Newig, J., Gaube, V., Berkhoff, K., Kaldrack, K., Kastens, B., Lutz, J., Schlußmeier, B., Andensam, H., & Haberl, H. (2008). The Role of Formalisation, Participation and Context in the Success of Public Involvement Mechanisms in Resource Management. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 21(6), 423-441.

Newig, J., Voß, J-P., & Monstadt, J. (Hrsg.) (2008). Governance for sustainable development: Coping with ambivalence, uncertainty and distributed power. London: Routledge Publishers.

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2008) Environmental Governance: Participatory, Multi-level – and Effective? UFZ-Discussion Paper 15/2008 – GoverNat 8. Leipzig: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ.

Özerol, G., & Newig, J. (2008). Evaluating the success of public participation in water resources management: five key constituents. Water Policy, 10(6), 639-655.

Pahl-Wostl, C., Newig, J., & Ridder, D. (2008). Linking Public Participation to Adaptive Management. In P. Quevauviller (Hrsg.), Groundwater Science and Policy: An International Overview. (S. 150-173). Cambridge: The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Voß, J-P., Newig, J., Kastens, B., Monstadt, J., & Nölting, B. (2008). Steering for sustainable development: a typology of problems and strategies with respect to ambivalence, uncertainty and distributed power. In J. Newig, J.-P. Voß & J. Monstadt (Hrsg.), Governance for sustainable development. (S. 1-20). Abingdon: Routledge Publishers.

 

2007

Kastens, B., & Newig, J. (2007). Auf dem Weg zu einem flächendeckenden Gewässerschutz? Die Umsetzung der WRRL in Bezug auf landwirtschaftliche Nitratbelastungen. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik & Umweltrecht, 30(4), 489-510.

Kastens, B., & Newig, J. (2007). The Water Framework Directive and Agricultural Nitrate Pollution: Will Great Expectations in Brussels be Dashed in Lower Saxony?. European Environment, 17(4), 231-246.

Newig, J., Voß, J-P., & Monstadt, J. (2007). Editorial: Governance for Sustainable Development in the Face of Ambivalence, Uncertainty and Distributed Power: an Introduction. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 9(3-4), 185-192.

Newig, J. (2007). Does public participation in environmental decisions lead to improved environmental quality ?: Towards an analytical framework. Communication, Cooperation, Participation, 1(1), 51-71.

Newig, J. (2007). Gewässerschutz am Runden Tisch – am Beispiel der Gebietskooperationen in Niedersachsen. In R. Strohschneider (Hrsg.), Integration von Wasserrahmenrichtlinie und Naturschutz: Bilanz der Umsetzung, Konfliktpotenziale und Lösungsansätze. (S. 92-99). (NNA Berichte; Band 20. Jahrgang, Nr. Heft 1). Alfred Töpfer Akademie für Naturschutz.

Newig, J. (2007). Symbolic Environmental Legislation and Societal Self-Deception. Environmental Politics, 16(2), 276-296.

Newig, J., & Kaldrack, K. (2007). Sauberes Wasser durch Partizipation?: Umsetzung der EG-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie im Landkreis Osnabrück. In B. Nölting, & M. Schäfer (Hrsg.), Vom Acker auf den Teller: Impulse der Agrar- und Ernährungsforschung für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung. (S. 137-147). München: oekom.

Voß, J-P., Newig, J., Kastens, B., Monstadt, J., & Nölting, B. (2007). Steering for sustainable development: a typology of problems and strategies with respect to ambivalence, uncertainty and distributed power. Journal of Enviromental Policy & Planning, 9(3-4), 193-212.

 

2006 

Challies, E. R. T., & Murray, W. E. (2006). Productive Transformations and Bilateralism in the Semi-Periphery: A comparative political economy of the dairy complexes of New Zealand and Chile. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 47(3), 351-365.

Heinrichs, H., Grunenberg, H., Kuhn, K., Petersen, I., Weber, M., & Striegnitz, M. (2006). Partizipation, Kooperation und nachhaltige Entwicklung: Arbeitsprogramm: Forschung, Lehre, Transfer. (INFU-Diskussionsbeiträge; Nr. 29/06). Institut für Umweltkommunikation der Universität Lüneburg [free open access content].

Striegnitz, M. (2006). Conflicts over coastal protection in a National Park: Mediation and negotiated law making. Land Use Policy, 23(1), 26–33.

 

2005

Feindt, P. H., & Newig, J. (Hrsg.) (2005). Partizipation, Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung, Nachhaltigkeit: Perspektiven der politischen Ökonomie. Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie.

Feindt, P. H., & Newig, J. (2005). Politische Ökonomie von Partizipation und Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung im Nachhaltigkeitskontext: Probleme und Forschungsperspektiven. In P. H. Feindt, & J. Newig (Hrsg.), Partizipation, Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung, Nachhaltigkeit: Perspektiven der Politischen Ökonomie (S. 9-40). Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie.

Kastens, B., & Newig, J. (2005). Die aktuelle Umsetzung der EG-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie- Konsequenzen und Perspektiven für die Landwirtschaft am Beispiel Niedersachsens. Berichte über Landwirtschaft, 83(3), 463-482.

Newig, J., Pahl-Wostl, C., & Sigel, K. (2005). The Role of Public Participation in Managing Uncertainty in the Implementation of the Water Framework Directive. European Environment, 15(6), 333-343.

Newig, J. (2005). Die Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung nach der EG-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie: Hintergründe, Anforderungen und die Umsetzung in Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik & Umweltrecht, 28(4), 469-512.

Newig, J. (2005). Erleichtert Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung die Umsetzung (umwelt-)politischer Maßnahmen? Ein Modellansatz zur Erklärung der Implementationseffektivität. In P. H. Feindt, & J. Newig (Hrsg.), Partizipation Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung Nachhaltigkeit: Perspektiven der Politischen Ökonomie (S. 89-116). (Ökologie und Wirtschaftsforschung; Band 62). Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie.

 

2004

Murray, W. E., & Challies, E. R. T. (2004). New Zealand and Chile: Partnership for the Pacific century?. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 58(1), 89-103.

Newig, J. (2004). Public Attention, Political Action: The Example of Environmental Regulation. Rationality and Society, 16(2), 149-190.

Newig, J. (2004). Symbolische Gesetzgebung: Umweltpolitik unter gesellschaftlichen Macht-und Informationsasymmetrien. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 14(3), 813-851.

 

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