Project Specific Papers
Tudor, T., Robinson, G. M., Riley, M., Guilbert, S. and Barr, S. (2011) Challenges facing the sustainable consumption and waste management agendas: perspectives on UK households', Local Environment, 16 (1): 51-66. CLICK HERE for PDF
Project Related Papers
Barr, S. (2004a). Are we all environmentalists now? Rhetoric and reality in environ-mental action. Geoforum, 35: 231-49.
Barr, S. (2004b). What we buy, what we throw away and how we use our voice: sustainable household waste management in the United Kingdom. Sustainable Development, 12: 32-44.
Barr, S., Ford, N.J. and Gilg, A.W. (2003). Attitudes towards recycling household waste in Exeter, Devon: quantitative and qualitative approaches. Local Environment, 8(4): 407-421.
Barr, S. and Gilg, A.W. (2007). A conceptual framework of environmental behaviour. Geografiska Annaler B, 89 (4): 361-379.
Barr, S. and Gilg, A.W. (2006). Sustainable Lifestyles: framing environmental action in and around the home. Geoforum, 37 (6): 906-920.
Barr, S., Gilg, A.W. and Ford, N. (2001). A conceptual framework for understanding and analysing attitudes towards household waste management. Environment and Planning A, 33: 2025-48.
Barr S. and Shaw G. (2005). Understanding and promoting behaviour change using lifestyle groups. Unpublished report for DEFRA.
Riley, M. (2008a). Experts in their fields: farmer-expert knowledges and environmentally friendly farming practices. Environment and Planning A (in press).
Riley, M. (2008b). From salvage to recycling - new agendas or same old rubbish? Area, 40(1): (in press).
Riley, M. (2006). Reconsidering conceptualizations of farmer conservation behaviour: the case of conserving hay meadows, Journal of Rural Studies, 22: 337-353.
Riley, M. (2004). Ask the fellows who cut the hay: farm practices, oral history and nature conservation. Oral History, 32: 45-53.
Riley, M. and Harvey, D. (2007). Landscape conservation, farm practice and the meaning of the countryside: An oral history approach. Social and Cultural Geography, 8(3): 391-415.
Riley, M. and Harvey, D. (2005). Landscape archaeology, heritage and the community in Devon: an oral history approach. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 11(4): 269-288.
Robinson, G.M. (1998). Methods and techniques in human geography (John Wiley & sons: Chichester and New York).
Robinson, G.M. and Read, A.D., (2005). Recycling behaviour in a London Borough: results from large-scale household surveys. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 45: 70-83.
Christopher M. Raymond, Ioan Fazey, Mark S. Reed, Lindsay C. Stringer, Guy M.
Robinson and Anna C. Evely (2010) 'Integrating local and scientific
knowledge for environmental management', Journal of Environmental Management,
Tudor, T.L., Barr, S.W. and Gilg, A.W. (2007a). Linking intended behaviour into actions: a case study of waste management in the Cornwall NHS. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 51 (1): 1-23.
Tudor, T.L., Barr, S.W. and Gilg, A.W. (2007b). A tale of two settings: does pro-environmental behaviour at home influence sustainable environmental actions at work? Local Environment, 12 (4): 409-421.