Current Postgraduate Students
Professor Harriet Bulkeley
Harriet Bulkeley’s research is concerned with environmental governance and focused on three key themes. First, theorizing and explaining the processes and practices of governing the environment. Her work in this area has focused on the politics of managing municipal waste in the UK and, through the EPSRC funded Carbon, Control and Comfort project and the ESRC-EPSRC InCluESEV research cluster is currently developing in the field of energy systems.
Second, the urban politics of climate change and sustainability. Harriet has a long standing interest in research in this field and currently holds an ESRC Climate Change Leadership Fellowship, Urban Transitions: climate change, global cities and the transformation of socio-technical systems, through which she is developing this work. A report commissioned by the World Bank on Cities and Climate Change: The role of institutions, governance and urban planning can be found here: http://www.urs2009.net/papers.html
The third area of Harriet’s research interests lies in the political geographies of environmental governance, in particular emerging (transnational) political spaces on the boundaries of public/private authority through which climate change is being governed. Harriet leads the Leverhulme international network Transnational Climate Governance and through her Philip Leverhulme Prize is examining the politics of climate change emerging beyond the nation-state in the UK.
- Institute of Hazard, Risk & Resilience (IHRR)
- Politics - State - Space (PSS)
- Social / Spatial Theory (SST)
- Urban Worlds
- InCluESEV - Interdisciplinary Cluster on Energy Systems, Equity and Vulnerability
- Rising Powers, Clean Development and the Low Carbon Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa, The
- Transnational Climate Change Governance
- Urban Transitions: Climate change, global cities and the transformation of socio-technical systems
- Mr Gerald Aiken
- Mr Daniel Stern
- Ms Catherine Button
- Mr Jonathan Silver
- Mr Andres Luque
- Ms Katie Thompson
- Brendan Doody
- Mr Ankit Kumar
- Miss Ruth Machen
- Mrs Britta Turner
- Mr Muhammad Huq
- Mr Anthony Mclean
- Bulkeley, H. & Newell, P. (2010). Governing Climate Change. Routledge.
- Bulkeley, H. & Betsill, M.M. (2003). Cities and Climate Change: Urban Sustainability and Global Environmental Governance. New York.: Routledge.
- Bulkeley, H.A., Castan Broto, V., Hodson, M. & Marvin, S. (2010). Cities and Low Carbon Transitions. Routledge.
- Bulkeley, H. (2012). Climate change and urban governance: a new politics? In Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society. Lockie, S., Sonnenfield, D. & Fisher, D. Routledge.
- Bulkeley, H. & Schroeder, H. (2012). Global cities and the politics of climate change. In Handbook of Global Environmental Politics. Dauvernge.P. Edward Elgar.
- Bulkeley, H. (2011). Cities and subnational governments. In Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society. Dryzek, J.S., Norgaard, R.B. & Schlosberg, D. Oxford University Press.
- Bulkeley, H., Hodson, M. & Marvin, S. (2011). Emerging strategies of urban reproduction and the pursuit of low carbon cities. In The New Politics of Sustainable Urban Planning. Flint, J. & Raco, M. The Policy Press.
- Bulkeley, H., Castan Broto, V. & Maassen, A. (2010). Governing urban low carbon transitions. In Cities and Low Carbon Transitions. Bulkeley, H., Castan Broto,V., Hodson, M. & Marvin, S. London.
- Bulkeley, H. (2009). Planning Governance of Climate Change In Planning for Climate Change Strategies for Mitigation and Adaptation for Spatial Planners. Davoudi, S., Crawford, J. & Mehmood, A. Earthscan.
Journal papers: academic
- Bulkeley, H.A. & Betsill, M.M. (2013). Revisiting the urban politics of climate change. Environmental Politics 22(1): 136 - 154.
- Castán Broto, V. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2012). A survey of urban climate change experiments in 100 cities. Global Environmental Change
- Bulkeley, H. (2012). Governance and the geography of authority: modalities of authorisation and the transnational governing of climate change. Environment and Planning A 44(10): 2428-2444.
- Bulkeley, H. & Castán Broto, V. (2012). Government by experiment? Global cities and the governing of climate change. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
- Bulkeley, H. & Schroeder, H. (2011). Beyond State/Non-State Divides: global cities and the governing of climate change. European Journal of International Relations 18(4): 741-764.
- Bulkeley, H. (2010). Cities and the governing of climate change. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 35: 229-253.
- Bulkeley, H. (2010). Climate policy and governance: an editorial essay. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1(3): 311-313.
- Lovell, H., Bulkeley, H. & Liverman, D. (2009). Carbon offsetting: sustaining consumption?. Environment and Planning A 41(10): 2357-2379.
- Kern, K. & Bulkeley, H. (2009). Cities, Europeanization and Multi-level Governance: Governing Climate Change through Transnational Municipal Networks. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 47(2): 309-332.
- Okereke, C., Bulkeley, H. & Schroeder, H. (2009). Conceptualizing Climate Governance Beyond the International Regime. Global Environmental Politics 9(1): 58-78.
- Bulkeley, H. & Gregson, N. (2009). Crossing the threshold: municipal waste policy and household waste generation. Environment and Planning A 41(4): 929-945.
- Schroeder, H. & Bulkeley, H. (2009). Global cities and the governance of climate change: what is the role of law in cities?. Fordham Urban Law Journal XXXVI(2): 313-359.
- Bickerstaff, K., Bulkeley, H. & Painter, J. (2009). Justice nature and the city. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 33(3): 591-600.
- Andonova, L.M., Betsil, M.M. & Bulkeley. H. (2009). Transnational Climate Governance. Global Environmental Politics 9(2): 52-73.
- Bulkeley, H. & Askins, K. (2009). Waste interfaces: biodegradable waste, municipal policy and everyday practice. Geographical Journal 175(4): 251-260.
- Petts, J., Owens, S. & Bulkeley, H. (2008). Crossing boundaries: interdisciplinarity inthe context of urban environments. Geoforum 39(2): 593-601.
- Watson, M., Bulkeley, H. & Hudson, R. (2008). Unpicking environmental policy integration with tales from waste management. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 26(3): 481-498.
- Betsill, M. & Bulkeley, H. (2007). Looking back and thinking ahead: a decade of cities and climate change research. Local Environment 12(5): 447-456.
- Bulkeley, H., Watson, M. & Hudson, R. (2007). Modes of governing municipal waste. Environment and Planning A 39(11): 2733-2753.
- Bulkeley, H. & Moser, S.C. (2007). Responding to climate change: governance and social action beyond kyoto. Global Environmental Politics 7(2): 1-10.
- Bulkeley, H. (2006). A changing climate for spatial planning? Planning Theory and Practice 7(2): 203-214.
- Owens, S., Petts, J. & Bulkeley, H. (2006). Editorial - Boundary work: knowledge, policy and the urban environment. Environment and Planning C 24: 633-643.
- Walker, G. & Bulkeley, H. (2006). Editorial - Geographies of Environmental Justice. Geoforum 37(5): 655-659.
- Bulkeley, H. & Kern, L. (2006). Local government and climate change governance in the UK and Germany. Urban Studies 43(12): 2237-2259.
- Bulkeley, H. & Walker, G. (2005). Environmental Justice: A New Agenda for the UK. Local Enviroment 10(4): 329-332.
- Bulkeley, H., Watson, M., Hudson, R. & Weaver, P. (2005). Governing Municipal Waste: Towards a New Analytical Framework. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 7(1): 1-23.
- Watson, M. & Bulkeley, H. (2005). Just Waste? Municipal waste management and the politics of environmental justice. Local Environment: the International Journal of Justice and Sustainability 10(4): 411-426.
- Bulkeley, H. (2005). Reconfiguring environmental governance: Towards a politics of scales and networks. Political Geography 24(8): 875-902.
- Bulkeley, H. & Betsill, M. (2005). Rethinking sustainable cities: multilevel governance and the 'urban' politics of climate change. Environmental Politics 14(1): 42-63.
- Bulkeley, H. (2001). Governing climate change: the politics of risk society?. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 26(4): 430-447.