Simone Pulver
Simone Pulver
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, UC Santa Barbara
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Making sense of corporate environmentalism: An environmental contestation approach to analyzing the causes and consequences of the climate change policy split in the oil industry
S Pulver
Organization & environment 20 (1), 44-83, 2007
Scenarios in society, society in scenarios: toward a social scientific analysis of storyline-driven environmental modeling
Y Garb, S Pulver, SD VanDeveer
Environmental Research Letters 3 (4), 045015, 2008
Carbon market risks and rewards: Firm perceptions of CDM investment decisions in Brazil and India
NE Hultman, S Pulver, L Guimarães, R Deshmukh, J Kane
Energy Policy 40, 90-102, 2012
The corporate boomerang: Shareholder transnational advocacy networks targeting oil companies in the Ecuadorian Amazon
E McAteer, S Pulver
Global Environmental Politics 9 (1), 1-30, 2009
“Thinking about tomorrows”: scenarios, global environmental politics, and social science scholarship
S Pulver, SD VanDeveer
Global Environmental Politics 9 (2), 1-13, 2009
Where next with global environmental scenarios?
B O'neill, S Pulver, S VanDeveer, Y Garb
Environmental Research Letters 3 (4), 045012, 2008
Organising business: industry NGOs in the climate debates
S Pulver
Greener Management International 39 (Autumn), 55-67, 2002
Ethics-based environmentalism in practice: Religious-environmental organizations in the United States
A Smith, S Pulver
Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 13 (2), 145-179, 2009
Conflicting climate change frames in a global field of media discourse
J Broadbent, J Sonnett, I Botetzagias, M Carson, A Carvalho, YJ Chien, ...
Socius 2, 2378023116670660, 2016
Corporate responses to climate change in India
S Pulver
Handbook of Climate Change and India: Development, Politics and Governance, 254, 2012
Corporate Responses
S Pulver
The Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society, 2011
Organizations and Markets
C Perrow, S Pulver
Climate Change and Society: Sociological Perspectives, 2015
Frontiers in socio-environmental research
S Pulver, N Ulibarri, KL Sobocinski, SM Alexander, ML Johnson, ...
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 2018
Introduction: developing-country firms as agents of environmental sustainability?
S Pulver
Studies in Comparative International Development 42 (3-4), 191-207, 2007
Environment as ‘high politics’? Explaining divergence in US and EU hazardous waste export policies
K Dreher, S Pulver
Review of European Community & International Environmental Law 17 (3), 306-318, 2008
Field performance evaluation of amorphous silicon (a-Si) photovoltaic systems in Kenya: methods and measurements in support of a sustainable commercial solar energy industry
RD Duke, S Graham, M Hankins, A Jacobson, DM Kammen, B Osawa, ...
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2000
Characterizing the climate issue context in Mexico: reporting on climate change in Mexican newspapers, 1996–2009
S Pulver, J Sainz-Santamaría
Climate and Development 10 (6), 538-551, 2018
Private‐sector responses to climate change in the Global South
S Pulver, T Benney
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 4 (6), 479-496, 2013
Importing environmentalism: Explaining Petroleos Mexicanos’ cooperative climate policy
S Pulver
Studies in Comparative International Development 42 (3-4), 233-255, 2007
Power in the public sphere: The battles between oil companies and environmental groups in the UN climate change negotiations, 1991-2003
S Pulver
University of California, Berkeley, 2004
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