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Module Reading List

Creating Alternative Futures, 2017/18, Semester 1, 2
Dr Paul Chatterton
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Unit One Concepts And Theories

Key reading

The following book sets out the whole argument in unit one. It is available to read online at: http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/~wright/ERU.htm

Wright, E. O. 2010 Envisioning real utopias Verso: London

Supplementary readings

Gibson-Grahem 2013: ‘Take Back the Economy: An Ethical Guide for Transforming our Communities

John Holloway. In, against, and beyond capitalism : the San Francisco lectures

Amoore, L. (ed) 2005: The global resistance reader: London: Routledge

Autonomous Geographies Collective (2010) ‘Beyond Scholar Activism: Making Strategic Interventions Inside and Outside the Neoliberal University’. ACME : an international e-journal for critical geographies [electronic resource]. 9(2): 245-275

Callinicos, A. 2003: An anti-capitalist manifesto Cambridge: Polity.

Chatterton, P. (2006) ‘”Give Up Activism” and Change the World in Unknown Ways: Or, Learning to Walk with Others on Uncommon Ground’. Antipode.. 38(2): 259-281

Crack capitalism or reclaim the state? John Holloway and Hilary Wainwright debate strategy and tactics for social change April 2011. Available at: http://www.redpepper.org.uk/crack-capitalism-or-reclaim-the-state/

Cumbers, A. 2012: Reclaiming public ownership : making space for economic democracy Zed Books: London

Evans P 2000 Fighting Marginalization with Transnational Networks Counter-hegemonic Globalization Contemporary sociology. 291 230-241

Glassman J 2002 From Seattle (and Ubon) to Bangkok: the scales of resistance to corporate globalization Environment and planning. D : society and space. 19, 513-533

Harvey, D. The enigma of capital : and the crises of capitalism. Profile Books: London.

Kaldor, M. 2003: Global civil society : an answer to war. Cambridge: Polity. Chapter 4: ‘Social Movements, NGO’s and Networks’ pp. 78-108

Linghi, A. & Wheeler, S. (no date) Occupy everything : reflections on why it's kicking off everywhere: New York.

Marcos, Subcommandante 2003: ‘Tomorrow Begins Today’ reprinted in O’Tuathail, G.; Dalby, S.; Routledge, P. (eds) 2006: The Geopolitics Reader. London: Routledge

Mason, P. (2012) Why it's kicking off everywhere : the new global revolutions. London: Verso

Merrifield, A. 2013: The politics of the encounter : urban theory and protest under planetary urbanization Univ. Of Georgia Press: London

Pickerill, J. & Chatterton, P. 2006: ‘Notes towards autonomous geographies: creation, resistance and self-management as survival tactics’, Progress in human geography. 30, 730-746.

Routledge, P. & Cumbers, A. 2009: Global justice networks : geographies of transnational solidarity. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Routledge, P. 2002: 'Resisting and reshaping destructive development: social movements and globalising networks’ in Johnston, R.J., Taylor, P.J., & Watts, M.J. (eds) 2002: Geographies of Global Change. Oxford: Blackwell. pp.310-327. R

---. 2003 ‘Anti-Geopolitics’ in J. Agnew, K. Mitchell, & G. Toal (eds): A companion to political geography Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 236-248

---.2003: ‘Convergence Space: process geographies of grassroots globalisation networks’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 28, 3, 333-349.

Roy, A. 2004: An ordinary person's guide to empire London: Flamingo.

Sader E 2002 Beyond Civil Society New left review. 17, 87-99

Silvey, R. 2003: ‘Spaces of protest: gendered migration, social networks, and labor activism in West Java, Indonesia’ Political geography. 22, pp. 129-155

Team Colors Collective (ed) 2010: Uses of a whirlwind : movement, movements, and contemporary radical currents in the United States AK Press: Edinburgh.

The Invisible Committee: 2009: The coming insurrection semiotext(e): London

Townsend, J., Porter, G. & Mawdsley, E. 2004: ‘Creating Spaces of Resistance: Development NGOs and their Clients in Ghana, India, and Mexico’ Antipode., 36, 5. pp. 871-889.

Waterman, P & Wills, J. 2001: Space, Place and the New Labour Internationalisms: Beyond the Fragments? Antipode 33, 3, 305-336

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Seminars in Unit One

Key readings for each seminar are as follows:

Week 2: chapter 3 of Wright, E. O. 2010 Envisioning Real Utopias Verso: London. Available online at http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/~wright/ERU.htm

Week 3: Chapter 5 of Wright, E. O. 2010 Envisioning Real Utopias Verso: London. Available online at http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/~wright/ERU.htm
Week 4: Chapter 8 of Wright, E. O. 2010 Envisioning Real Utopias Verso: London. Available online at http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/~wright/ERU.htm


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Unit Two. Issues and Alternatives

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Week 7. Food

Introductory readings
Blay-Palmer, A. 2008: Food fears : from industrial to sustainable food systems. Oxford: Ashgate.

Boyer, J. 2010: ‘Food security, food sovereignty, and local challenges for transnational agrarian movements: the Honduras case’ Journal of peasant studies. 37, 2, 319-351.

Burnett, G (2000) Permaculture : a beginner's guide - Spiralseed Books.

Desmarais, A. 2007: La Vía Campesina : globalization and the power of peasants London: Pluto Press.

Heynen, N., 2010. Cooking up Non-Violent Civil Disobedient Direct Action for the Hungry: Food Not Bombs and the Resurgence of Radical Democracy. Urban studies. 47(6): 1225-1240.

Holt-Gimenez, E (2006) Campesino a campesino : voices from Latin America's farmer to farmer movement for sustainable agriculture e, 2006. Food First Books.

Manning, R (2004) Against the grain : how agriculture has hijacked civilization, published, North Point Press.
Manning, R (2004) The Oil We Eat. Available here

Nally, D. 2011: ‘The biopolitics of food production’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36, 37-53.
Patel, R. 2009: ‘What does food sovereignty look like? ’  Journal of peasant studies. 36, 3, 663-673.

Rosset, P.M. 2003: ‘Food sovereignty: global rally cry for farmer movements’ Food First Backgrounder 9, 4, 1-4. Available online at http://www.foodfirst.org/en/node/47

Shiva,V (1997) Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature and Knowledge, South End Press

Weis, T. 2007: The global food economy : the battle for the future of farming London: Zed Books.

Windfuhr. M and Jonsen, J. 2005: Food sovereignty : towards democracy in localized food systems Rugby, Warwickshire: ITDG Publishing.
Wittman, H. 2009: ‘Reworking the metabolic rift: La Via Campesina, agrarian citizenship, and food sovereignty’ Journal of peasant studies. 36, 4, 805-826

Some useful websites to look at include:
Permaculture Association UK: http://www.permaculture.org.uk
Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming. http://www.sustainweb.org
International movement for food sovereignty: http://www.viacampensina.org
Website for guerilla gardeners: http://www.guerillagardening.org
Slow Food Movement: http://www.slowmovement.com
Food Not bombs: http://www.fnbnews.org

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Week 8. Work

Introductory readings
BBC 'The Mondragon Experiment'. Produced 17th November 1980 by the BBC and is a part of the Horizon Science series. Watch at: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=2zMvktpKDmo.
Beck, U. (2000) The Brave New World of Work, Cambridge: Polity.
Black, Bob (1985) The Abolition of Work. Available here
Bradley, Keith, (1983) Cooperation at work : the Mondragon experience. London: Heinemann.
Engels, F (1987) The condition of the working class in England. Harmondsworth. Penguin
Gibson-Graham, J.K. (2006) A postcapitalist politics. University of Minnesota Press: MN. (Chap 5)
Gorz, A. (1999) Reclaiming work : beyond the wage-based society, Cambridge: Polity.
Greig de Peuter and Nick Dyer-Witheford, “Commons and Cooperatives,” Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action, Volume 4, Number 1, Summer 2010, pp. 30-56. Available online at: http://affinitiesjournal.org/index.php/affinities/article/view/45
Guardian article on Mondragon: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/mar/07/mondragon-spains-giant-cooperative

Jenkins and Sherman B (1979) The collapse of work Eyre Metheun.
Leyshon, A. Williams, and Lee (2004) Alternative economic spaces. Sage. London.
Mingione E (1991) Fragmented societies : a sociology of economic life beyond the market paradigm. Basil Blackwell.
North P. (1999) Explorations in Heterotopia: LETS and the micropolitics of money and livelihood. In Environment and planning. D : society and space., 17:1, 69-86
North, P (2002) The Limits of Self Help: Green Dollars and Neo-Liberal Welfare in New Zealand. In Policy and politics., 30: 4, 483-500
Pacione M (1997) Local exchange trading systems as a response to the globalisation of capitalism Urban studies. 34 (8): 1179-1199 JUL
Preteceille E and Terrail JP (1985) Capitalism, consumption and needs.. Basil Blackwell
Redclift, N and Mingione E (1985) Beyond employment : household, gender and subsistence. Basil Blackwell.
Seyfang G (2003) Growing cohesive communities one favour at a time: Social exclusion, active citizenship and time banks International journal of urban and regional research = Revue internationale de recherche urbaine et régionale. 27 (3): 699-+ SEP
Seyfang G (2004) Working outside the box: Community currencies, time banks and social inclusion Journal of social policy. 33: 49-71 Part 1 JAN
Vernon, R. (ed.) (1983) Why work? : arguments for the leisure society. London: Freedom Press. (especially chapters by Russell, Morris, Berneri, Kropotkin and Richards)
Video clip on Mondragon available here

Some useful websites to look at include:
Time banks: http://www.timebanks.co.uk/
LETS Schemes in the UK: http://www.letslinkuk.net/
Leeds Credit Union: http://www.leedscitycreditunion.co.uk/
Credit Unions in the UK: http://www.nacuw.org.uk/
Credit Union network http://www.abcul.org/
International Co-operative Alliance http://www.ica.coop/ica/ica/index.html
Info on workers co-operatives http://www.ica.coop/ica/sectors/secwork.htm l
Catalyst Workers Co-operative http://www.eco-action.org/catalyst/worker.html
Upstart workers co-operative http://www.upstart.coop/
Radical Routes Co-operative network http://www.radicalroutes.org.uk/


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Week 9. Housing

Introductory readings
Chatterton, P (2015). Low impact living : a field guide to ecological, affordable community building. Routledge: London.
Chatterton P (2013) Towards an agenda for post-carbon cities: Lessons from LILAC, the UK's first ecological, affordable, cohousing community, International journal of urban and regional research = Revue internationale de recherche urbaine et régionale. 33.1, 193–215.
Anderson, W. (2009) Homes for a changing climate : adapting our homes and communities to cope with the climate of the 21st century Totnes: Green Books.

Bamford, G. (2005) ‘Cohousing for older people: housing innovation in the Netherlands and Denmark’, Australasian journal on ageing., 24: 1, 44-6.

Bunker, S., Coates, C., Field, M., and How J (eds) (2011) Cohousing in Britain : a Diggers & Dreamers review, London: Diggers and Dreamers Publications.
Cook, M. (2011) The The zero-carbon house, London: Crowood Press.
Dawson, J. (2006) Ecovillages : new frontiers for sustainability, Schumacher Briefings, Totnes: Green Books.
Desai, P. (2009) One planet communities : a real-life guide to sustainable living, London: Wiley.
Durrett, C. and McCamant, K. (2011) Creating cohousing : building sustainable communities:, Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers.
Fairlie, S. (2009) Low impact development : planning and people in a sustainable countryside : a report and guide prepared in association with The Land is Ours, London: Jon Carpenter.
Field, M. (2004) Thinking about CoHousing : the creation of intentional neighbourhoods, London: Diggers and Dreamers Publications.
Fosket, J. and Mamo, L. (2009) Living green : communities that sustain, Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers.
Hamdi, N. (2010) The placemaker's guide to building community, London: Earthscan.
Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. (2010) ‘Urbanism in the anthropocene’, City : analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action., 14: 3, 299-313.
Jarvis H. (2011) ‘Saving space, sharing time: Integrated infrastructures of daily life in cohousing’, Environment and planning. A : environment and planning., 43: 3, 560-77.
McCamant, K. and Durrett, C. (1994)  Cohousing : a contemporary approach to housing ourselves, 2nd edition, Berkeley: Ten Speed Press
Neustatter, A. (2012). A home for the heart : home as the key to happiness, London: Gibson Square.
Osmani, M. and O’Reilly, A. (2009) ‘Feasibility of zero carbon homes in England by 2016: A house builder's perspective’, Building and environment., 44: 9, 1917-24.
Peters, M., Fudge, S., and Jackson, T. (eds) (2010) Low carbon communities : imaginative approaches to combating climate change locally, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Phillips, R., Seifer, B. and Antczak, E. (2013) Sustainable communities : creating a durable local economy y, London: Earthscan.
Pickerill, J. and Maxey, L. (2009) 'Geographies of sustainability: Low impact developments and spaces of innovation', Geography compass., 3: 4, 1515-39.
Sargisson, L. (2007). ‘Imperfect utopias: Green intentional communities’, Ecopolitics, 1: 1, 1-24.
-- (2009) ‘Sustainability and the intentional community: green intentional communities’ in Leonard, L. and  Barry, J. (eds) The transition to sustainable living and practice (171-192), Bingley: Emerald Management Research Publishing.
-- (2012) ‘Second wave cohousing: a modern utopia? ’, Utopian Studies, 21: 1, 28-57.
Scotthanson, C. and Scotthanson, K. (2005) The cohousing handbook : building a place for community.., Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers.
Williams, J. (2005) ‘Designing neighbourhoods for social interaction – the case of cohousing’, Journal of Urban Design, 10: 3, 195-227.
-- (2012) Zero carbon homes: A roadmap, London: Earthscan.

Some useful websites to look at include:
http://www.lilac.coop Lilac Project
http://gen.ecovillage.org/ Gobal Ecovillage Network
http://www.communitylandtrusts.org.uk UK Community Land Trust network
http://www.uk.coop/ Co-operatives UK
http://www.cohousing.org.uk/   Co-housing Network UK
http://www.communityselfbuildagency.org.uk/ the Community Self Build Agency, UK
http://www.nasba.org.uk/ National Self Build Association, UK
http://www.cch.coop/ Confederation of cooperative housing, UK
http://www.diggersanddreamers.org.uk/ guide to communal living, UK

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Week 10. Energy

Introductory readings
Chamberlin, S. (2009) The transition timeline : for a local, resilient future., Totnes: Green Books.
Heinberg. R (2004) Powerdown : options and actions for a post-carbon world Clairview.
Heinberg R (2005) The party's over : oil, war and the fate of industrial societies. New Society Publisher: San Francisco.

Girardet, H (ed) (2007) Surviving the century : facing climate chaos and other global challenges London: Earthscan. (Chap 2)
HHomer-Dixon, T (2006) The upside of down : catastrophe, creativity and the renewal of civilisation. London: Souvenir Press. (Chap 4)
Hopkins, R (2008) The transition handbook : from oil dependency to local resilience. Green Books. (Chap 1)
Kunstler, J (2006) The long emergency : surviving the converging catastrophes of the twenty-first century. London: Atlantic. (Chapter 2, 3, 4)
Monbiot, G, (2006) Heat : how to stop the planet burning. Allen Lane: London. (Chap 6)

McKillop, A and Newman, S (2005) The final energy crisis. Pluto
Murphy, P (2008) Plan C : community survival strategies for peak oil and climate change / Pat Murphy. New Society.
McBay, A (2006) Peak oil survival : preparation for life after gridcrash Lyons Press.
Kelly, G (2007) Renewable energy strategies in England, Australia and New Zealand Geoforum. 38. 326–338

Some useful websites to look at include:
Eight Scenarios Paul Ekins and the Tyndall Centre: http://www.psi.org.uk/pdf/EightIntegratedTyndallScenarios.pdf
Renewable Energy GreenPeace http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/climate/solutions/renewable-energy
Free Range Energy Project http://www.fraw.org.uk/
Sustainable energy: http://www.inference.phy.cam.ac.uk/sustainable/book/tex/synopsis.pdf
Association for the Study of Peak Oil http://www.peakoil.net/
Zero Carbon Britain http://www.zerocarbonbritain.com/
Richard Heinberg’s site: http://www.richardheinberg.com/
Powerswitch http://www.powerswitch.org.uk/
The oil drum: http://www.theoildrum.com/
Postcarbon Institute: http://www.postcarbon.org/
UK energy statistics available here.

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Unit Three. Interrogating practice

No set reading as unit three is based around external speakers.

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Unit Four. Practice based design project

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Week 21.Strategising

Introductory reading:

The Institute for Cultural Affairs Manchester. http://www.ica-uk.org.uk/what-is-facilitation/

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Week 22. Governance

Introductory reading:

Minieri, J and Paul Getsos (2007) Tools for radical democracy : how to organize for power in your community. Jossey Bass.

Seeds For Change http://www.seedsforchange.org.uk/

De Bono, Edward (2000). Six thinking hats. Penguin: London. Chaps 1, 2, 3. Pg 1-24.
De Bono, Edward (2007). How to have creative ideas : 62 exercises to develop the mind. Vermilion: London.

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Week 23. Communicationa and Engagement

Introductory reading:
Wates, N. (2008) The community planning event manual : how to use collaborative planning and urban design events to improve your environment Earthscan: London. Chapter 4. pg 47 to 83.
Wates, N. (2006) The community planning handbook : how people can shape their cities, towns and villages in any part of the world. Earthscan: London.

Sarkissian, W et al. (2009). Kitchen table sustainability : practical recipes for community engagement with sustainability. Earthscan: London. Chapters 5 – 10 but especially Chapter 8 on Inclusion. Page 187 – 227
Sarkissian, W and Hurford, D (2010) Creative community planning : transformative engagement methods for working at the edge. Earthscan: London.

Friends of the Earth, How to use the media. http://www.foe.co.uk/resource/how_tos/cyw_36_use_the_media.pdf

Reinsbourgh P and Canning, D (2010) RE:imagining change : how to use story-based strategy to win campaigns, build movements, and change the world PM press: Oakland.

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Week 24. Delivery

Introductory reading:

Coe, J and Kingman, T (2007) Tips on good practice in campaigning. NCVO. http://www.ncvo-vol.org.uk/uploadedFiles/NCVO/What_we_do/Campaigning_Effectiveness/Useful_resources/tips_on_good_practice_in_campaigning_pdf.pdf   PART 2 ONLY. 
Phillips, R et al. (2013) Sustainable communities : creating a durable local economy. Earthscan: London.
Rose, C (2005), How to win campaigns : 100 steps to success. Earthscan: London chapters 7 and 9.

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A list of other general readings students might find useful

Agyeman, J. (2005) Sustainable communities and the challenge of environmental justice. New York University Press.

Albert, M (2004) Parecon : life after capitalism. Verso: London.

Anderson, K., A Bows, S. Mander (2008) From long-term targets to cumulative emission pathways: Reframing UK climate policy. Energy Policy. 36:10, 3714-3722.

Angus, I (2009) (ed.) The global fight for climate justice : anticapitalist responses to global warning and environmental destruction. Resistance Books

Atkinson, A (2007) 'Sustainable development' and energy futures. City : analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action., Vol 11, 2, pp. 201-213.

Autonomous Geographies Collective (2010) Beyond scholar activism: making strategic interventions inside and outside the neoliberal university. ACME : an international e-journal for critical geographies [electronic resource].. 8(1).

Bailey, I., Rob Hopkins, Geoff Wilson (2009) Some things old, some things new: The spatial representations and politics of change of the peak oil relocalisation movement. Geoforum. 41 (4). 595-605.

Barber, B (1984) Strong democracy : participatory politics for a new age. San Francisco. California Press.

Bicknell, J., D. Dodman, et al., Eds. (2009). Adapting cities to climate change : understanding and addressing the development challenges. London: Earthscan.

Bond, P (2010) Climate justice, climate debt, and anti-capitalism: An interview with Patrick Bond. Durban Group for Climate Justice. http://www.durbanclimatejustice.org/articles/climate-justice-climate-debt-and-anti-capitalism-an-interview-with-patrick-bond.html.

Boyle, D (2009) Localism. Unraveling the supplicant state. New Economics Foundation. London. Downloadable at: http://www.neweconomics.org/sites/neweconomics.org/files/Localism_1.pdf

Bridge, G. (2010). "Geographies of peak oil: the other carbon problem." Geoforum. 41(4): 523-530.

Bulkeley, H. (2005). "Reconfiguring environmental governance: towards a politics of scales and networks." "Political Geography" 24: 875-902.

Bulkeley, H., and Schroeder H. (2008) Governing Climate Change Post-2012: The Role of Global Cities - London, Tyndall Centre Briefing Note 34. Downloadable at: http://www.tyndall.ac.uk/sites/default/files/bn34.pdf

Bulkeley, H., Castan-Broto, V., Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. (2010) Cities and low carbon transitions. London: Routledge.

Bunker, S., Coates, C., Field, M., and How J (eds.) (2011) Cohousing in Britain : a Diggers & Dreamers review. Diggers and Dreamers Publications: London.

Chamberlin, S (2009) The transition timeline : for a local, resilient future. Green Books.

Chatterton, P (2010) 'The urban impossible: A eulogy for the unfinished city', City : analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action., 14: 3, 234 — 244.

Chatterton, P., Fuller, D and Routledge, P (2007) Relating Action to Activism: Theoretical and Methodological Reflections, in Pain, R and Kesby, M (eds.) Participatory action research approaches and methods : connecting people, participation and place. London: Routledge. p245-287.

Climate Safety Report. PIRC. Downloadable at: http://climatesafety.org/download/climatesafety.pdf

Commission on Co-operative and Mutual Housing (2009), Bringing Democracy Home, CCMH. London. Downloadable at: http://www.ccmh.coop/sites/default/files/Commission%20Report.pdf

Condon, P (2010) , 'Seven Rules for Sustainable Communities: Design Strategies for the Post Carbon World', Landscape Journal, New York: Island Press.

Department for Communities and Local Government (2010) Code for sustainable homes : technical guide, November 2010. DCLG Publications: London.

Department for Energy and Climate Change (2010) Energy Consumption in the UK. http://www.decc.gov.uk/en/content/cms/statistics/publications/ecuk/ecuk.aspx

Dobson, A (2003) Citizenship and the Environment. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Donella Meadows et al (1972) The limits to growth : a report for the Club of Rome's project on the predicament of mankind Earth island Publishing.

Douthwaite R (1999) The growth illusion : how economic growth has enriched the few, impoverished the many and endangered the planet. New Society.

Dunster, B, Simmons, C and Gilbert, B (2008) The ZED book : solutions for a shrinking world Taylor and Francis: London.

Durrett, C. and K McCamant (2011) Creating cohousing : building sustainable communities New Society Publishers.

Evans J, Jones P and Krueger R (2009) Organic regeneration and sustainability or can the credit crunch save our cities? Local environment. 14 683–98.

Evans, G. R. (2008) Transformation from Carbon Valley to a Post-Carbon Society in a climate change hot spot: the coalfields of the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia. Ecology and society [electronic resource]. 13(1): 39-51.

Evans, J. (2011) Adaptation, ecology and the politics of the experimental city.  Transactions 36, 223-37.

Farreny R, Oliver-Solà J, Montlleó M, Escribà E, Gabarrell X, Rieradevall J, (2011) "Transition towards sustainable cities: opportunities, constraints, and strategies in planning. A neighbourhood ecodesign case study in Barcelona" Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. 43(5) 1118 – 1134.

Featherstone, D.J. (2008). Resistance, Space and Political Identities: The Making of Counter-Global Networks. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.

Feliciano, M., David C. Prosperi, (2011) Planning for low carbon cities: Reflection on the case of Broward County, Florida, USA, Cities., 28:6. 505-516.

Field, M (2011) Housing co-operatives and other mutual housing bodies. Institute for Urban Affairs. University of Nottingham. Downloadable at: http://www.slideshare.net/ConsultCIH/consultcih-briefing-housing-cooperatives-and-other-mutual-housing-bodies

Geels, F. W. (2005). Technological Transitions. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.

Giddens, A (2009) The politics of climate change. Polity Press.

Girardet, H (ed) (2007) Surviving the century : facing climate chaos and other global challenges London: Earthscan.

Goodchild, B. Aimee Walshaw (2011) Towards Zero Carbon Homes in England? From Inception to Partial Implementation. Housing studies. 26:6, 2011.

Gossop, C (2011) Low carbon cities: An introduction to the special issue, Cities., 28: 6. 495-497.

Hamdi, Nabeel (2004) Small change : about the art of practice and the limits of planning in cities. London: Earthscan.

Hamdi, Nabeel (2010) The placemaker's guide to building community London: Earthscan.

Hawken, P (2007) Blessed unrest : how the largest social movement in history is restoring grace, justice, and beauty to the world Viking Press.

Heinberg R (2005) The party's over : oil, war and the fate of industrial societies. New Society Publisher: San Francisco.

Heinberg, R and Lerch, D (2010) The post carbon reader : making sense of the 21st century's sustainability crises. New Society Publisher: San Francisco.

Heinberg, R. (2004) Powerdown : options and actions for a post-carbon world New Society Publishing: San Francisco.

Heiskanen, E., Johnson, M., Robinson, S., Vadovics, E. and Saatamoinen, M. (2010) Low-carbon communities as a context for individual behaviour change, Energy Policy. 38, pp. 7586-7595.

Hodkinson, S (2010) Housing in Common: in Search of a Strategy for Housing Alterity in England in the 21st Century. In Interrogating alterity : alternative economic and political spaces. Editors: Fuller D, Jonas AEG, Lee R.

Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. (2009), ‘Urban Ecological Security’: A New Urban Paradigm? . International journal of urban and regional research = Revue internationale de recherche urbaine et régionale. 33: 193–215.

Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. (2010) ‘Can Cities Shape Socio-technical Transitions and How Would We Know If They Were? ’ In Bulkeley, H., Castan-Broto, V., Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. Cities and low carbon transitions. London: Routledge.

Hodson, M., and Marvin, S., (2010) ‘Urbanism in the Anthropocene’, City : analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action. Vol.14: No.3. pp.299-313.

Holloway, J. (2010) Crack capitalism. Pluto Press: London.

Homer-Dixon, T (2006) The upside of down : catastrophe, creativity and the renewal of civilisation. London: Souvenir Press

Hopkins, R (2008) The transition handbook : from oil dependency to local resilience. Green Books.

Hulme, M. (2009). Why we disagree about climate change : understanding controversy, inaction and opportunity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (2007) Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC. Climate change 2007 : synthesis report.. Geneva, Switzerland.

Isham, J and Waage, S (2007) Ignition : what you can do to fight global warming and spark a movement. Island Press.

Jackson, H and Svensson, K (2002) Ecovillage living : restoring the Earth and her people. Totnes: Green Books.

Jackson, T. (2009) Prosperity without growth : economics for a finite planet. London: Earthscan.

Jarvis H. (2011) Saving space, sharing time: integrated infrastructures of daily life in cohousing. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning., 43(3), 560-577.

Jonas, A.E.G., Gibbs, D. and While, A. (2011), 'The New Urban Politics as a politics of carbon control' Urban studies. 48, 2537-2544.

Katz C (2004) Growing up global : economic restructuring and children's everyday lives University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis MN.

Katz, C. (2001) On the grounds of globalization: a topography for feminist political engagement, Signs., 26,1213–1234.

Kellogg (2008) Toolbox for sustainable city living : (a do-it-ourselves guide). South Ednd Press.

Kunstler, J (2006) The long emergency : surviving the converging catastrophes of the twenty-first century. London: Atlantic.

Lerch, D. (2007) Post carbon cities : planning for energy and climate uncertainty Santa Rosa, CF: Post Carbon Institute.

Littler , Jo (2009) Radical consumption : shopping for change in contemporary culture Open University Press.

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