Julian S. Yates
Julian S. Yates
Human Geography, School of Social Sciences, Monash University
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Debating the ‘post-neoliberal turn’in Latin America
JS Yates, K Bakker
Progress in Human Geography 38 (1), 62-90, 2014
Multiple ontologies of water: Politics, conflict and implications for governance
JS Yates, LM Harris, NJ Wilson
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (5), 797-815, 2017
Uneven interventions and the scalar politics of governing livelihood adaptation in rural Nepal
JS Yates
Global Environmental Change 22 (2), 537-546, 2012
Hybrid regulatory landscapes: The human right to water, variegated neoliberal water governance, and policy transfer in Cape Town, South Africa, and Accra, Ghana
JS Yates, LM Harris
World Development 110, 75-87, 2018
Reclaiming and recirculating urban natures: integrated organic waste management in Diadema, Brazil
JS Yates, J Gutberlet
Environment and Planning A 43 (9), 2109-2124, 2011
Enhancing livelihoods and the urban environment: The local political framework for integrated organic waste management in Diadema, Brazil
JS Yates, J Gutberlet
The journal of development studies 47 (4), 639-656, 2011
Introduction: Rendering land investable
JE Goldstein, JS Yates
Geoforum 82, 209-211, 2017
Feedbacks as a bridging concept for advancing transdisciplinary sustainability research
J Blythe, K Nash, J Yates, G Cumming
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26, 114-119, 2017
Historicizing ‘ethnodevelopment’: Kamayoq and political-economic integration across governance regimes in the Peruvian Andes
JS Yates
Journal of Historical Geography 46, 53-65, 2014
Power and politics in the governance of community-based adaptation
JS Yates
Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change: Emerging Lessons, 15-34, 2014
A Review of the PVA Methodology in Context: A Comparison with other Frameworks and Experiences from the Field
JS Yates
Global Causeway. UK, 2010
Re-animating Andean worlds: kamayoq, the politics of 'culturally appropriate' knowledge extension, and ethnodevelopment in the Peruvian Andes
JS Yates
University of British Columbia, 2015
Limits to adapting to water variability in rural Nepal: Gaps in community-based governance
JS Yates
Waterlines, 106-121, 2011
Articulating worlds otherwise: decolonial geolinguistic praxis, multi-epistemic co-existence, and intercultural education and development programing in the Peruvian Andes
JS Yates, J Núñez Núñez
cultural geographies, 1474474020970253, 2020
On decoloniality… and the ‘decolonial problem’
JS Yates
Postcolonial Studies 23 (4), 589-595, 2020
Stephen Graham (2016),'Vertical: The City from Satellites to Bunkers'
JS Yates
Reinvention: A Journal of Undergraduate Research 10 (2), 1-2, 2017
Everyday moral economies: Food, politics and scale in Cuba by Marisa Wilson, Wiley Blackwell, Chichester, 2014, 258 pp., paper $43.95 (ISBN 978‐1118301920)
JS Yates
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 59 (4), e94-e95, 2015
Issues and complexity in assessing adaptive capacity: Experiences from the field in Chitwan and Nawalparasi districts of Nepal
JS Yates
Integrated organic waste management: advancing socio-environmental policies for local development in Diadema, Brazil
JS Yates
A_Review_of_the_PVA_Methodology_in_Conte. pdf
J Yates
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