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Simon Batterbury
Simon Batterbury
Professor, Environmental Studies, University of Melbourne & Visiting Prof, Lancaster University
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Global desertification: building a science for dryland development
JF Reynolds, DMS Smith, EF Lambin, BL Turner, M Mortimore, ...
Science 316 (5826), 847-851, 2007
28402007
Rescaling governance and the impacts of political and environmental decentralization: an introduction
SPJ Batterbury, JL Fernando
World Development 34 (11), 1851-1863, 2006
3812006
Transnational livelihoods and landscapes: political ecologies of globalization
AJ Bebbington, SPJ Batterbury
Cultural Geographies 8 (4), 369-380, 2001
3142001
Sahel pastoralists: opportunism, struggle, conflict and negotiation. A case study from eastern Niger
B Thébaud, S Batterbury
Global environmental change 11 (1), 69-78, 2001
3082001
Landscapes of diversity: a local political ecology of livelihood diversification in south-western Niger
S Batterbury
Cultural Geographies 8 (4), 437-464, 2001
2952001
Environmental transformations in developing countries: hybrid research and democratic policy
S Batterbury, T Forsyth, K Thomson
Geographical Journal 163 (2), 126-132, 1997
2671997
The African Sahel 25 years after the great drought: assessing progress and moving towards new agendas and approaches
S Batterbury, A Warren
Global environmental change 11 (1), 1-8, 2001
2422001
Practice, power and meaning: frameworks for studying organizational culture in multi‐agency rural development projects
D Lewis, AJ Bebbington, SPJ Batterbury, A Shah, E Olson, MS Siddiqi, ...
Journal of International Development 15 (5), 541-557, 2003
2402003
Environmental histories, access to resources and landscape change: an introduction
SPJ Batterbury, AJ Bebbington
Land Degradation & Development 10 (4), 279-289, 1999
1991999
Soil erosion in the West African Sahel: a review and an application of a “local political ecology” approach in South West Niger
A Warren, S Batterbury, H Osbahr
Global Environmental Change 11 (1), 79-95, 2001
1422001
Fighting back: human adaptations in marginal environments
S Batterbury, T Forsyth
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 41 (6), 6-9, 1999
1391999
Of texts and practices: Empowerment and organisational cultures in World Bank-funded rural development programmes
A Bebbington, D Lewis, S Batterbury, E Olson, MS Siddiqi
The Journal of Development Studies 43 (4), 597-621, 2007
1332007
Speaking Power to “Post-Truth”: Critical Political Ecology and the New Authoritarianism
B Neimark, J Childs, AJ Nightingale, CJ Cavanagh, S Sullivan, ...
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 107 (2), 613-623, 2019
1022019
Environmental activism and social networks: Campaigning for bicycles and alternative transport in West London
S Batterbury
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 590 (1 …, 2003
992003
Land-grabbing in Africa
S Batterbury, F Ndi
Routledge Handbook of African Development, 573-582, 2018
932018
Local environmental management, land degradation and the ‘gestion des terroirs’ approach in West Africa: policies and pitfalls
S Batterbury
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 1998
921998
Anthropology and global warming: the need for environmental engagement
S Batterbury
The Australian Journal of Anthropology 19 (1), 62, 2008
772008
Using and shaping the land: a long-term perspective
H Haberl, S Batterbury, E Moran
Land Use Policy 18 (1), 1-8, 2001
772001
Indigenous views of soil erosion at Fandou Béri, southwestern Niger
A Warren, H Osbahr, S Batterbury, A Chappell
Geoderma 111 (3-4), 439-456, 2003
702003
Doing political ecology inside and outside the academy
S Batterbury
International Handbook of Political Ecology (ed. Bryant R.), 27-43, 2015
532015
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