Publications

2019

Glass, L.-M., & Newig, J. (2019 – in press). Governance for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals: How important are participation, policy coherence, reflexivity, adaptation and democratic institutions? Earth System Governance, 1-14 [Free Open Access Content].

Jager, N. W., Newig, J., Challies, E., & Kochskämper, E. (2019 – in press). Pathways to Implementation: Evidence on How Participation in Environmental Governance Impacts on Environmental Outcomes. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 1-17 [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].

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].

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., 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].

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.

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.

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.

Koontz, T. M., Jager, N. W., & Newig, J. (2019 – in press). Assessing Collaborative Conservation: A Case Survey of Output, Outcome, and Impact Measures Used in the Empirical Literature. Society & Natural Resources, 1-20.

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].

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].

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.

2018

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].

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].

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.

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].

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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., 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.

2017

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].

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].

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.

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

Kirschke, S., & Newig, J. (2017). Addressing Complexity in Environmental Management and Governance. Sustainability 2017, 9(6), 983 [Free Open Access Content].

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].

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., 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.

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.

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.

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.

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].

2016

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].

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.

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.

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].

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.

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

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).

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]

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]

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.

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.

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.

Ekroos J., Leventon J., Fischer J., Newig J., & Smith H. G. (2016). Embedding evidence on conservation interventions within a context of multi‐level governance. Conservation Letters 10(1), 139-145. [Free Open Access Content]

2015

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

Velten S., Leventon J., Jager N., & Newig J. (2015). What Is Sustainable Agriculture? A Systematic Review. Sustainability 7, 7833–7865. [Free Open Access Content]

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

2014

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.

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.

Leventon, J., Dyer, J. C., & Van Alstine, J. (2014). The private sector in climate governance: Opportunities for climate compatible development in Zambia’s Northwestern Province

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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).

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.

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.

Dyer, J., Stringer, L. C., Dougill, A. J., Leventon, J., Nshimbi, M., Chama, F., Kafwifwi, A., Muledi, J. I., Kaumbu, J.-M. K., Falcao, M., Muhorro, S., Munyemba, F., Kalaba, G. M., & Syampungani, S. (2014). Assessing participatory practices in community-based natural resource management: Experiences in community engagement from southern Africa. Journal of Environmental Management, 137, 137-145.

Leventon, J., Kalaba, F. K., Dyer, J. C., Stringer, L. C., & Dougill, A. J. (2014). Delivering community benefits through REDD+: Lessons from Joint Forest Management in Zambia. Forest Policy and Economics, 44, 10-17.

Leventon, J. (2014). Delivering food sovereignty in a world of interacting scales: Insights from governance research.

Leventon, J. (2014). 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.

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.

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. (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.

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].

de Vente, J., Reed, M., Stringer, L., Valente S., & Newig, J. (2014). How does the context and design of participatory decision-making processes affect their outcomes? Evidence from sustainable land management in global drylands. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 16.

2013

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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).

2012

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).

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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. (S. 29-45). Cheltenham et al.: Edward Elgar Publishing.

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.

2011

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. (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.

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. (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.

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.

Heinrichs, H., Kuhn, K., & Newig, J. (Hrsg.) (2011). Nachhaltige Gesellschaft: Welche Rolle für Partizipation und Kooperation?. 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). 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. 486-502). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

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. R. T., & 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.

2010

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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., 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].

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.

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) [Free Open Access Content].

2009

Matzarakis, A., Möller, A., Kreilkamp, E., Carstensen, I., Bartels, C., Burandt, S., & Endler, C. (2009). Anpassungsstrategien zum Klimawandel touristischer Pilotdestinationen in Küsten- und Mittelgebirgsregionen. In M. Mahammadzadeh, H. Biebeler, & H. Bardt (Hrsg.), Klimaschutz und Anpassung an die Klimafolgen: Strategien, Maßnahmen und Anwendungsbeispiele. (1 Ausg., S. 253-262). Köln: Institut der Deutschen Wirtschaft .

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

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2009). Der Beitrag zivilgesellschaftlicher Partizipation zur Effektivitatssteigerung von Governance: Eine Analyse umweltpolitischer Beteiligungsverfahren im transatlantischen Vergleich. In I. Bode (Hrsg.), Bürgergesellschaft als Projekt: Eine Bestandsaufnahme zu Entwicklung und Förderung zivilgesellschaftlicher Potenziale in Deutschland. (S. 214-239). (Bürgergesellschaft und Demokratie; Band 28). VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

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). 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.

Fritsch, O., & Newig, J. (2009). Participatory governance and sustainability: Findings of a meta-analysis of stakeholder involvement in environmental decision-making. 23 S. (REFGOV Working Paper Series GPS-13, Centre for Philosophy of Law, Université catholique de Louvain (final version submitted to MIT Press)).

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

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. Lüneburg: Universität Lüneburg.

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2009). The case survey method and applications in political science. APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper. [Free Open Access Content].

2008

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.

Lüdecke, G., & Knolle, M. (2008). The informed society: Final report on the cooperation programme INTERREG-IIIB project “SAFECOAST”. 41 S.

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

Newig, J., & Fritsch, O. (2008). Environmental governance: participatory, multi-level – and effective?. 26 S. (UFZ-Diskussionspapiere). Leipzig: Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung, 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.

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

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 (Hrsg.), Governance for sustainable development. (S. 1-20). Abingdon: Routledge Publishers.

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.

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

2007

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.

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.

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). 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., & 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, (3-4), 193-212.

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

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.

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.

2005

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. (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). Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie.

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. 9-42). Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie.

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.

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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