Publications

By the Coal Rush and Beyond project team

Connor, L. 2016, Climate Change and the Anthropos: People, Planet and Places, Routledge, London.

Marshall, J.P. and Connor, L. (eds). 2016, Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Connor, L. 2016, ‘Emergent ontologies: Natural scepticism, weather certitudes and moral futures’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Connor, L. and Marshall, J.P. 2016, ‘Ecologies, ontologies and mythologies of possible futures’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Ghosh, D. 2016, ‘Arundhati Roy vs the State of India’, in E. Jeffreys and P. Allatson (eds), Celebrity Philanthropy, Bristol, Chicago, Intellect Press.

Goodman, J. and Morton, T. 2014, ‘Climate crisis and the limits of liberal democracy? Germany, Australia and India compared’, in B. Isakhan and S. Slaughter (eds), Democracy and Crisis: Democratising Governance in the Twenty-First Century, Palgrave MacMillan, New York.

Goodman, J. and Morton, T. 2014, ‘Climate Governance versus Representative Democracy? India, Germany and Australia’, in B. Isakhan and S. Slaughter (eds), Democracy and Crisis: Democratising Governance in the Twenty-First Century, Palgrave MacMillan, New York.

Goodman, J. and Rosewarne, S. 2015, ‘Slowing uranium in Australia: Lessons for urgent transition beyond coal, gas and oil’, in T. Princen, J. Manno and P.L. Martin (eds), Ending the Fossil Fuel Era, MIT Press, Massachusetts.

Marshall, J.P. 2016, ‘Ecological complexity and the ethics of disorder’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Marshall, J.P. 2016, ‘Geo-engineering, Imagination and the Problem Cycle’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Morton, T. 2015, ‘The future would have to give way to the past: Germany and the coal dilemma’, in T. Princen, J. Manno and P.L. Martin (eds), Ending the Fossil Fuel Era, MIT Press, Massachusetts.

Morton, T. 2016, ‘The first draft of the future: Journalism in the “Age of the Anthropocene”’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Salleh, A., Goodman, J. and Hosseini, S.A.H. 2016, ‘From sociological imagination to “ecological imagination”: Another future is possible’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Forthcoming

Goodman, J. ‘Social Movement Participation and Climate Change Communication’, in M. Schäfer (ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, Oxford University Press (date of acceptance 30 April).

Ghosh, D., with Jain, A. ‘Green Marketing in India’, in T. Lewis (ed.), Green Marketing and Green Consciousness, Routledge, London (forthcoming 2016).

Rosewarne, S. 2015, ‘Climate policy under Tony Abbott: less direct action by the energy superpower’, Taiwanese Journal of WTO Studies, Vol. XXVI, pp. 1–54.

We have edited and produced a special issue of the journal Energy Policy, Vol. 99 (December 2016), which is now published and online:

  1. James Goodman, Jonathan Paul Marshall & Rebecca Pearse.
    Coal, climate and development: Comparative perspectives.
    Pages 180–183.
    Permanent and Free
  2. James Goodman.
    The ‘climate dialectic’ in energy policy: Germany and India compared.
    Pages 184–193.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-Publication proof
  3. Hans A. Baer.
    The nexus of the coal industry and the state in Australia: Historical dimensions and contemporary challenges.
    Pages 194–202.
    Permanent
  4. Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt.
    The diverse worlds of coal in India: Energising the nation, energising livelihoods.
    Pages 203–213.
    Free | Permanent
  5. Stuart Rosewarne.
    The transnationalisation of the Indian coal economy and the Australian political economy: The fusion of regimes of accumulation?
    Pages 214–223.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-Publication proof
  6. Ortwin Renn & Jonathan Paul Marshall.
    Coal, nuclear and renewable energy policies in Germany: From the 1950s to the “Energiewende”.
    Pages 224–232.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-Publication proof
  7. Linda H. Connor.
    Energy futures, state planning policies and coal mine contests in rural New South Wales.
    Pages 233–241.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof>
  8. Heidi Norman.
    Coal Mining and Coal Seam Gas on Gomeroi country: Sacred lands, economic futures and shifting alliances.
    Pages 242–251.
    FreePermanent
  9. Devleena Ghosh.
    “We don’t want to eat coal”: Development and its Discontents in a Chhattisgarh district in India.
    Pages 252–260.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  10. Duncan McDuie-Ra & Dolly Kikon.
    Tribal communities and coal in Northeast India: The politics of imposing and resisting mining bans.
    Pages 261–269.
    Permanent
  11. Kanchi Kohli & Manju Menon.
    The Tactics of Persuasion: Environmental negotiations over a corporate coal project in coastal India.
    Pages 270–276.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication Proof
  12. Tom Morton & Katja Müller.
    Lusatia and the coal conundrum: The lived experience of the German Energiewende.
    Pages 277–287.
    Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  13. Jonathan Paul Marshall.
    Disordering fantasies of coal and technology: Carbon capture and storage in Australia.
    Pages 288–298.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  14. Jillian L. Goldfarb, Marric Buessing & Douglas L. Kriner
    Geographic proximity to coal plants and U.S. public support for extending the Production Tax Credit.
    Pages 299–307.
    Free | Permanent
  15. Gareth Bryant.
    Creating a level playing field? The concentration and centralisation of emissions in the European Union Emissions Trading System.
    Pages 308–318.
    Free | Permanent
  16. Rebecca Pearse.
    The coal question that emissions trading has not answered.
    Pages 319–328.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  17. Geoff Evans & Liam Phelan.
    Transition to a post-carbon society: Linking environmental justice and just transition discourses.
    Pages 329–339.
    Free | Permanent

Morton, T. 2016, Three-part series on the ABC Radio’s Science Show:

  1. Beyond the coal rush, part 1: The march of coal
  2. Beyond the coal rush, part 2: The age of coal
  3. Beyond the coal rush, part 3: The transition begins

Morton, T. 2013, ‘In King Coal’s kingdom’, 360 Documentaries, Radio National, 25 October.

Morton, T. 2014, ‘Thousands protest against coal mining, forming 8km human chain in River Neisse along German-Polish border’, ABC News, 27 August.

Morton, T. 2015, ‘Battle for Liverpool Plains: Chinese coal project tears at fabric of rural NSW’, Guardian Australia, 26 February.

Morton, T. 2015, ‘Unlikely bedfellows on the Liverpool Plains’, Radio National, 17 November.

Pearse, R. 2015, ‘After Paris: Where now for carbon pricing?’ Inside Story, 21 December.

Pearse, R. 2015, ‘Climate justice and an end to fossil fuels’, The Conversation, 14 December.

Rosewarne, S. and Connor, L. 2012, ‘Coal curse: the black side of the subsidised resources boom‘, The Conversation, 3 July.

Books

Connor, L. 2016, Climate Change and the Anthropos: People, Planet and Places, Routledge, London.

Marshall, J.P. and Connor, L. (eds). 2016, Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Forthcoming

Goodman, J. ‘Social Movement Participation and Climate Change Communication’, in M. Schäfer (ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, Oxford University Press (date of acceptance 30 April).

Ghosh, D., with Jain, A. ‘Green Marketing in India’, in T. Lewis (ed.), Green Marketing and Green Consciousness, Routledge, London (forthcoming 2016).

Book chapters

Connor, L. 2016, ‘Emergent ontologies: Natural scepticism, weather certitudes and moral futures’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Connor, L. and Marshall, J.P. 2016, ‘Ecologies, ontologies and mythologies of possible futures’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Ghosh, D. 2016, ‘Arundhati Roy vs the State of India’, in E. Jeffreys and P. Allatson (eds), Celebrity Philanthropy, Bristol, Chicago, Intellect Press.

Goodman, J. and Morton, T. 2014, ‘Climate crisis and the limits of liberal democracy? Germany, Australia and India compared’, in B. Isakhan and S. Slaughter (eds), Democracy and Crisis: Democratising Governance in the Twenty-First Century, Palgrave MacMillan, New York.

Goodman, J. and Morton, T. 2014, ‘Climate Governance versus Representative Democracy? India, Germany and Australia’, in B. Isakhan and S. Slaughter (eds), Democracy and Crisis: Democratising Governance in the Twenty-First Century, Palgrave MacMillan, New York.

Goodman, J. and Rosewarne, S. 2015, ‘Slowing uranium in Australia: Lessons for urgent transition beyond coal, gas and oil’, in T. Princen, J. Manno and P.L. Martin (eds), Ending the Fossil Fuel Era, MIT Press, Massachusetts.

Marshall, J.P. 2016, ‘Ecological complexity and the ethics of disorder’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Marshall, J.P. 2016, ‘Geo-engineering, Imagination and the Problem Cycle’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Morton, T. 2015, ‘The future would have to give way to the past: Germany and the coal dilemma’, in T. Princen, J. Manno and P.L. Martin (eds), Ending the Fossil Fuel Era, MIT Press, Massachusetts.

Morton, T. 2016, ‘The first draft of the future: Journalism in the “Age of the Anthropocene”’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Salleh, A., Goodman, J. and Hosseini, S.A.H. 2016, ‘From sociological imagination to “ecological imagination”: Another future is possible’, in J.P. Marshall and L. Connor (eds), Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies, and Mythologies, Routledge, London.

Journal articles

Rosewarne, S. 2015, ‘Climate policy under Tony Abbott: less direct action by the energy superpower’, Taiwanese Journal of WTO Studies, Vol. XXVI, pp. 1–54.

We have edited and produced a special issue of the journal Energy Policy, Vol. 99 (December 2016), which is now published and online:

  1. James Goodman, Jonathan Paul Marshall & Rebecca Pearse.
    Coal, climate and development: Comparative perspectives.
    Pages 180–183.
    Permanent and Free
  2. James Goodman.
    The ‘climate dialectic’ in energy policy: Germany and India compared.
    Pages 184–193.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-Publication proof
  3. Hans A. Baer.
    The nexus of the coal industry and the state in Australia: Historical dimensions and contemporary challenges.
    Pages 194–202.
    Permanent
  4. Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt.
    The diverse worlds of coal in India: Energising the nation, energising livelihoods.
    Pages 203–213.
    Free | Permanent
  5. Stuart Rosewarne.
    The transnationalisation of the Indian coal economy and the Australian political economy: The fusion of regimes of accumulation?
    Pages 214–223.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-Publication proof
  6. Ortwin Renn & Jonathan Paul Marshall.
    Coal, nuclear and renewable energy policies in Germany: From the 1950s to the “Energiewende”.
    Pages 224–232.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-Publication proof
  7. Linda H. Connor.
    Energy futures, state planning policies and coal mine contests in rural New South Wales.
    Pages 233–241.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof>
  8. Heidi Norman.
    Coal Mining and Coal Seam Gas on Gomeroi country: Sacred lands, economic futures and shifting alliances.
    Pages 242–251.
    FreePermanent
  9. Devleena Ghosh.
    “We don’t want to eat coal”: Development and its Discontents in a Chhattisgarh district in India.
    Pages 252–260.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  10. Duncan McDuie-Ra & Dolly Kikon.
    Tribal communities and coal in Northeast India: The politics of imposing and resisting mining bans.
    Pages 261–269.
    Permanent
  11. Kanchi Kohli & Manju Menon.
    The Tactics of Persuasion: Environmental negotiations over a corporate coal project in coastal India.
    Pages 270–276.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication Proof
  12. Tom Morton & Katja Müller.
    Lusatia and the coal conundrum: The lived experience of the German Energiewende.
    Pages 277–287.
    Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  13. Jonathan Paul Marshall.
    Disordering fantasies of coal and technology: Carbon capture and storage in Australia.
    Pages 288–298.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  14. Jillian L. Goldfarb, Marric Buessing & Douglas L. Kriner
    Geographic proximity to coal plants and U.S. public support for extending the Production Tax Credit.
    Pages 299–307.
    Free | Permanent
  15. Gareth Bryant.
    Creating a level playing field? The concentration and centralisation of emissions in the European Union Emissions Trading System.
    Pages 308–318.
    Free | Permanent
  16. Rebecca Pearse.
    The coal question that emissions trading has not answered.
    Pages 319–328.
    Free | Permanent | Pre-publication proof
  17. Geoff Evans & Liam Phelan.
    Transition to a post-carbon society: Linking environmental justice and just transition discourses.
    Pages 329–339.
    Free | Permanent

Media

Morton, T. 2013, ‘In King Coal’s kingdom‘, 360 Documentaries, Radio National, 25 October.

Morton, T. 2014, ‘Thousands protest against coal mining, forming 8km human chain in River Neisse along German-Polish border‘, ABC News, 27 August.

Morton, T. 2015, ‘Battle for Liverpool Plains: Chinese coal project tears at fabric of rural NSW‘, Guardian Australia, 26 February.

Morton, T. 2015, ‘Unlikely bedfellows on the Liverpool Plains‘, Radio National, 17 November.

World Wide Web

Pearse, R. 2015, ‘After Paris: Where now for carbon pricing?’ Inside Story, 21 December.

Pearse, R. 2015, ‘Climate justice and an end to fossil fuels’, The Conversation, 14 December.

Rosewarne, S. and Connor, L. 2012, ‘Coal curse: the black side of the subsidised resources boom‘, The Conversation, 3 July.