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Harriet’s work is concerned with the politics and governance of environmental issues. She has a particular interest in climate change and the roles of cities and other non-state actors in responding to this global challenge. In her work on urban sustainability, Harriet has focused on questions of energy, smart grids, infrastructure, housing, mobility, waste and most recently nature and biodiversity. Throughout her work, questions of social and environmental justice are to the fore.
Harriet is currently Project Co-ordinator for the H2020 Smart Cities and Communities programme NATURVATION project (2016 – 2020). Involving a team of 80 researchers from 14 institutions in six European countries, the project seeks to understand the role that nature-based solutions can play in responding to urban sustainability challenges. Through this project Harriet is exploring how and why urban nature has come to matter for the governing of environmental challenges, the ways in which urban experimentation with nature is taking place, what it means to mainstream nature in the city, and how such interventions can lead to transformative change for urban futures.
With the REINVENT project, Harriet is examining the potential and challenges of deep decarbonisation in the ‘hard to reach’ parts of the carbon economy – meat, milk, plastics, paper and steel. Here Harriet’s research has contributed to developing an understanding of what the politics of decarbonisation entail and specifically exploring the role of the finance sector in low carbon transitions.
Harriet’s previous research has involved an extensive analysis of the role of cities in low carbon transitions, supported in particular by an ESRC Climate Change Leadership Fellowship (2007 – 2012), an ESRC International Networking Grant (INCUT), and the JPI Urban Governing Urban Sustainability Transitions project (2014 – 2017). Her most recent books in this field include An Urban Politics of Climate Change and edited collections Urban Living Labs: Experimenting with City Futures and Rethinking Urban Transitions: Politics in the Low Carbon City. Harriet’s research has also examined the dynamics of low carbon transitions within electricity systems, and she was one of the lead investigators for the Customer Led Network Revolution project led by Northern Powergrid and for the INCLUESEV research network on social justice and energy transitions.
Her work on climate change has involved an explicit focus on the role of non-state actors and alternative sites and modes of governance. Her recent book Accomplishing Climate Governance makes the case for the significance of how we conceptualise power, authority and governance in shaping the ways in which we respond to global environmental challenges. Through her role in leading the Leverhulme International Network on Transnational Climate Change Governance, Harriet led the production of the first book on this subject and has developed a series of edited collections that focus bringing new conceptual perspectives to bear on the climate challenge, including A Cultural Politics of Climate Change (with Paterson & Stripple) and Governing the Climate (with Stripple).
Harriet has undertaken commissioned research for the UK Government, European Commission, NGOs, UN-Habitat, the World Bank and the OECD. In 2018 was granted to the Back Award by the Royal Geographical Society in recognition of the policy impact of her work on climate change. In 2014, Harriet was awarded the King Carl XVI Gustaf’s Professorship in Environmental Science and a Visiting Professorship at Lund University, Sweden, and in 2016 and 2017 was included as one of 180 social scientists in the international Clarivate Analytics/Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers. She currently holds a part-time appointment at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development at Utrecht University alongside her part-time role at Durham University.
- Climate action in the post-Paris context. The role of non-state initiatives in the transformation of Sweden into a fossil-free state (ACTS). (PI: Professor Karin Backstrand, Stockholm University) Advisory Group 2019 - 2021
- ClimateSouth (PI Dr Thomas Hale, University of Oxford; partner universities and NGOs in Germany, Kenya, India), Advisory Group 2017 - 2020
- The German Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL) Smart Grids/Smart Cities International Network, Member (PI Jochen Monstadt, Utrecht University) 2016 - 2020
- ShareCity ERC Consolidator Grant (PI Professor Anna Davies, Trinity College Dublin), Advisory Group 2016 - 2020
- 2019: RC150001: Managing Environmental and Energy Transitions in Cities and Regions: The transition to a climate neutral economy, OECD, 2019
- 2019: RI150032: To evaluate, evidence and accelerate the uptake of the UN-Habitat Guiding Principles (UNG) for Cities and Climate Change Action Planning., ESRC Centre for Social and Economic Research on Innovation in Genomics (INNOGEN), 2019 - 2020
- 2017: Mapping Research Impact from Customer led Network Revolution(£21559.00 from ESRC Centre for Social and Economic Research on Innovation in Genomics (INNOGEN))
- 2017: Mapping Researdch Impact from Customer-Led Network Revolution (CLNR)(£5000.00 from )
- 2016: 2016-2020: H2020-REINVENT, European Commission
- 2016: IAA - Weatherfronts - Writing Changing Climates(£4702.55 from ESRC)
- 2016: RF150394: H2020-NATURVATION, European Commission, 2016-2020
- 2014: Customer - led Network Revolution Project - Extension(£125743.67 from Northern Powergrid)
- 2014: Governance of Urban Sustainability Transitions: Advancing the role of living labs(£289388.22 from ESRC)
- 2013: The Climate Crunch(£11978.40 from ESRC)
- 2012: EPSRC Impact Award 2011 - Assessing energy vulnerability and equity at the community-scale: developing lessons with communities and stakeholders(£9930.00 from Epsrc)
- 2012: Urban Low Carbon Transitions: A Comparative International Network - Australia, China, India, South Africa, US and UK(£25356.60 from ESRC)
- 2011: Assessing potential for socially just low carbon communities(£7914.91 from Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust)
- 2011: Customer Led Network Revolution(£1898918.24 from Ofgem (Low Carbon Network Energy Fund))
- 2011: Customer Led Network Revolution(£307652.54 from Ofgem (Low Carbon Network Energy Fund))
- 2010: Governing climate change in urban centres - International Fellowship(£5032.45 from ESRC)
- 2009: Carbon cntrol and comfort version 2(£6543.00 from ESRC)
- 2009: Carbon control and comfort: User centred control systems for comfort, carbon saving and energy management(£6543.00 from Epsrc)
- 2009: InCluSEV(£48533.93 from Epsrc)
- 2008: PHILIP LEVERHULME PRIZE(£70000.00 from The Leverhulme Trust)
- 2008: TRANSNATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE(£96374.00 from The Leverhulme Trust)
- 2008: URBAN TRANSITIONS: CLIMATE CHANGE(£384025.20 from ESRC)
- 2008: Urban Research Symposium - Research in the Cluster 3: Role of institutions, governance and urban planning(£7677.19 from The World Bank)
- 2007: SHOWER FLOW RESTRICTOR STUDY(£11628.00 from )
- 2007: SOLAR CITIES IN EUROPE(£70530.00 from Sanyo Europe Ltd)
- 2006: TYNDALL CONSULTANCY(£14922.00 from NERC - Natural Environment Research Council)
- 2005: GOVERNING CLIMATE CHANGE(£3000.00 from Royal Geographical Society)
- 2003: GOVERNING CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE UK AND GERMANY(£1850.00 from Anglo-German Foundation)
- 2003: GOVERNING SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT(£99955.00 from H J Banks & Company Ltd)
- 2003: OPEN MEETING OF THE HUMAN DIMENSIONS(£565.00 from The British Academy)
- Bulkeley, H. (2015). Accomplishing Climate Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Bulkeley, H.A., Andonova, L.B., Betsill, M.M., Compagnon, D., Hale, T., Hoffmann, M.J., Newell, P., Paterson, M., Roger, C. & VanDeveer, S.D. (2014). Transnational climate change governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Bulkeley, H.A., Castan Broto, V. & Edwards, G.A.S. (2014). An urban politics of climate change: experimentation and the governing of socio-technical transitions. Routledge.
- 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., Drew, G., Hobbs, R. & Head, L. (2018). Conversations with Lesley Head about Hope and Grief in the Anthropocene: Reconceptualising Human‐Nature Relations. Geographical Research 56(3): 325-335.
Chapter in book
- Bulkeley, H. & Caston Broto, V. (2013). Urban governance and climate change experiments. In Institutional and Social Innovation for Sustainable Urban Development. Mieg, H. & Topfer, K. Routledge. 72-87.
- 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.
- Bulkeley, H.A., Castan Broto, V., Hodson, M. & Marvin, S. (2010). Cities and Low Carbon Transitions. Routledge.
- Bulkeley, H. (2021). Climate Changed Urban Futures: Environmental Politics in the Anthropocene City. Environmental Politics 30(1-2): 266-284.
- Langley, P., Bridge, G., Bulkeley, H. & van Veelen, B. (2021). Decarbonizing capital: Investment, divestment and the qualification of carbon assets. Economy and Society 50(3): 494-516.
- Bridge, G., Bulkeley, H., Langley, P. & van Veelen, B. (2020). Pluralizing and Problematizing Carbon Finance. Progress in Human Geography 44(4): 724-742.
- Tozer, Laura (2020). Catalyzing political momentum for the effective implementation of decarbonization for urban buildings. Energy Policy 136: 111042.
- Xie, L. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2020). Nature-based Solutions for Urban Biodiversity Governance. Environmental Science and Policy 110: 77-87.
- Bulkeley, H. & Stripple, J. (2020). Climate Smart City: New Cultural Political Economies in the Making in Malmö, Sweden. New Political Economy
- Bulkeley, Harriet, Marvin, Simon, Palgan, Yuliya Voytenko, McCormick, Kes, Breitfuss-Loidl, Marija, Mai, Lindsay, von Wirth, Timo & Frantzeskaki, Niki (2019). Urban Living Laboratories: conducting the experimental city? European Urban and Regional Studies 26(4): 317-335.
- Kumar, A., Ferdous, R., Luque-Ayala, A., McEwan, C., Power, M., Turner, B. & Bulkeley, H. (2019). Solar energy for all? Understanding the successes and shortfalls through a critical comparative assessment of Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Mozambique, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Energy Research & Social Science 48: 166-176.
- Bulkeley, Harriet (2019). Reflections on Navigating Climate’s Human Geographies. Dialogues in Human Geography 9(1): 38-42.
- Bulkeley, H.A. (2019). Navigating climate’s human geographies: Exploring the whereabouts of climate politics. Dialogues in Human Geography 9(1): 3-17.
- Frantzeskaki, Niki, McPhearson, Timon, Collier, Marcus J, Kendal, Dave, Bulkeley, Harriet, Dumitru, Adina, Walsh, Claire, Noble, Kate, van Wyk, Ernita, Ordóñez, Camilo, Oke, Cathy & Pintér, László (2019). Nature-Based Solutions for Urban Climate Change Adaptation: Linking Science, Policy, and Practice Communities for Evidence-Based Decision-Making. BioScience 69(6): 455-466.
- Stripple, Johannes & Bulkeley, Harriet (2019). Towards a material politics of socio-technical transitions: Navigating decarbonisation pathways in Malmö. Political Geography 72: 52-63.
- Kirshner, J., Baker, L., Smith, A. & Bulkeley, H. (2019). A Regime in the Making? Examining the Geographies of Solar PV Electricity in Southern Africa. Geoforum 103: 114-125.
- Edwards, G.A.S. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2018). Heterotopia and the urban politics of climate change experimentation. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 36(2): 350-369.
- Romero-Lankao, P., Bulkeley, H., Pelling, M., Burch, S., Gordon, D., Gupta, J., Johnson, C., Kurian, P., Lecavalier, E., Simon, D., Tozer, L., Ziervogel, G. & Munshi, D. (2018). Urban transformative potential in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change 8(9): 754-756.
- Bulkeley, H., Luque-Ayala, A., McFarlane, C. & MacLeod, G. (2018). Enhancing urban autonomy: towards a new political project for cities. Urban Studies 55(4): 702-719.
- Edwards, G.A.S. & Bulkeley, H. (2017). Urban political ecologies of housing and climate change: the ‘Coolest Block’ Contest in Philadelphia. Urban Studies 54(5): 1126-1141.
- Bulkeley, H., Powells, G. & Bell, S. (2016). Smart grids and the constitution of solar electricity conduct. Environment and Planning A 48(1): 7-23.
- Bulkeley, H.A., McGuirk, P. & Dowling, R. (2016). Making a Smart City for the Smart Grid? The urban material politics of actualising smart electricity networks. Environment and Planning A 48(9): 1709-1726.
- Powells, Gareth, Bell, Sandra, Judson, Ellis P., Lyon, Stephen M., Wardle, Robin Capova, Klara Anna & Bulkeley, Harriet (2016). Fostering active network management through SMEs’practises. Energy Efficiency 9(3): 591-604.
- Bulkeley, H., Coenen, L., Frantzeskaki, N., Hartmann, C., Kronsell, A., Mai, L., Marvin, S., McCormick, K., van Steenbergen, F. & Voytenko Palgan, Y. (2016). Urban Living Labs: Governing Urban Sustainability Transitions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 22: 13-17.
- McGuirk, P.M., Bulkeley, H. & Dowling, R. (2016). Configuring urban carbon governance: insights from Sydney, Australia. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106(1): 145-166.
- Bickerstaff, K., Hinton, E. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2016). Decarbonisation at home: the contingent politics of experimental domestic energy technologies. Environment and Planning A 48(10): 2006-2025.
- McGuirk, P., Dowling, R., Brennan, C. & Bulkeley, H. (2015). Urban Carbon Governance Experiments: The Role of Australian Local Governments. Geographical Research 53(1): 39-52.
- Bell, S., Judson, E., Bulkeley, H., Powells, G., Capova, K. & Lynch, D. (2015). Sociality and electricity in the United Kingdom: The influence of household dynamics on everyday consumption. Energy Research & Social Science 9: 98-106.
- McLean, Anthony, Bulkeley, Harriet & Crang, Mike (2015). Negotiating the Urban Smart Grid: Socio-Technical Experimentation in the City of Austin. Urban Studies 53(15): 3246–3263.
- Judson, Ellis P., Bell, Sandra, Bulkeley, Harriet, Powells, Gareth & Lyon, Stephen M. (2015). The co-construction of energy provision and everyday practice: integrating heat pumps in social housing in England. Science & Technology Studies 28(3): 28-53.
- Newell, P., Bulkeley, H., Turner, K., Shaw, C., Caney, S., Shove, E. & Pidgeon, N. (2015). Governance traps in climate change politics: re-framing the debate in terms of responsibilities and rights. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6(6): 535-540.
- McGuirk, Pauline, Dowling, Robyn & Bulkeley, Harriet (2014). Repositioning urban governments? Energy efficiency and Australia’s changing climate and energy governance regimes. Urban Studies 51(13): 2717-2734.
- Powells, Gareth, Bulkeley, Harriet, Bell, Sandra & Judson, Ellis (2014). Peak electricity demand and the flexibility of everyday life. Geoforum 55: 43-52.
- Bulkeley, H.A., Edwards, Gareth. A.S. & Fuller, Sara (2014). Contesting climate justice in the city: Examining politics and practice in urban climate change experiments. Global Environmental Change 25: 31-40.
- Bulkeley, Harriet, Castán Broto, Vanesa & Maassen, Anne (2014). Low-carbon Transitions and the Reconfiguration of Urban Infrastructure. Urban Studies 51(7): 1471-1486
- Bulkeley, Harriet, Luque-Ayala, Andrés & Silver, Jonathan (2014). Housing and the (re)configuration of energy provision in Cape Town and São Paulo: Making space for a progressive urban climate politics? Political Geography 40: 25-34.
- Dowling, R., McGuirk, P. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2014). Retrofitting cities: Local governance in Sydney, Australia. Cities 38: 18-24.
- McGuirk, Pauline, Bulkeley, Harriet & Dowling, Robyn (2014). Practices, programs and projects of urban carbon governance: Perspectives from the Australian city. Geoforum 52: 137-147.
- Armstrong, A. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2014). Micro-hydro politics: producing and contesting community energy in the North of England. Geoforum 56: 66-76.
- Bulkeley, H. & Tuts, R. (2013). Understanding urban vulnerability, adaptation and resilience in the context of climate change. Local Environment 18(6): 646-662.
- Hodson, Michael, Marvin, Simon & Bulkeley, Harriet (2013). The Intermediary Organisation of Low Carbon Cities: A Comparative Analysis of Transitions in Greater London and Greater Manchester. Urban Studies 50(7): 1403-1422.
- Bulkeley, H.A. & Betsill, M.M. (2013). Revisiting the urban politics of climate change. Environmental Politics 22(1): 136-154.
- Bulkeley, H.A., Carmin, JoAnn, Castán Broto, Vanesa, Edwards, Gareth A.S. & Fuller, Sara (2013). Climate justice and global cities: Mapping the emerging discourses. Global Environmental Change 23(5): 914-925.
- Castán Broto, Vanesa & Bulkeley, Harriet (2013). Maintaining Climate Change Experiments: Urban Political Ecology and the Everyday Reconfiguration of Urban Infrastructure. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37(6): 1934-1948.
- Bulkeley, H. & Castán Broto, V. (2013). Government by experiment? Global cities and the governing of climate change. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 38(3): 361-375.
- Bulkeley, H. & Castan-Broto, V. (2012). Urban experiments and climate change: securing zero carbon development in Bangalore. Contemporary Social Science 1-21.
- Biermann, F., Abbott, K., Andresen, S., Backstrand, K., Bernstein, S., Betsill, M.M., Bulkeley, H., Cashore, B., Clapp, J., Folke, C., Gupta, A., Gupta, J, Haas, P.M., Jordan, A., Kanie, N., Kluvankova-Oravska, T., Lebel, L., Liverman, D., Meadowcroft, J., Mitchell, R.B., Newell, P., Oberthur, S., Olsson, L., Pattberg, P., Sanchez-Rodriguez, R., Schroeder, H., Underdal, A., Camargo Vieira, S., Vogel, C., Young, O.R., Brock, A. & Zondervan, R. (2012). Transforming governance and institutions for global sustainability: key insights from the Earth System Governance Project. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4(1): 51.
- Bulkeley, H., Castan Broto, V. & Edwards, G. (2012). Bringing climate change to the city: towards low carbon urbanism? Local Environment 17(5): 545-551.
- 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., Andonova, L., Backstrand, K., Betsill, M., Compagnon, D., Duffy, R., Kolk, A., Hoffman, M., Levy, D., Newell, P., Milledge, T., Paterson, M., Pattberg, P. & VanDeveer, S. (2012). Governing climate change transnationally: assessing the evidence from a database of sixty initiatives. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 30(4): 591-612.
- Bulkeley, H. & Jordan, A. (2012). Transnational environmental governance new findings and emerging research agendas. Environment and Planning C Government and Policy 30(4): 556-570.
- Castán Broto, V. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2012). A survey of urban climate change experiments in 100 cities. Global Environmental Change 23(1): 92-102.
- 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.
- Okereke, C., Bulkeley, H. & Schroeder, H. (2009). Conceptualizing Climate Governance Beyond the International Regime. Global Environmental Politics 9(1): 58-78.
- Bulkeley, H. & Askins, K. (2009). Waste interfaces: biodegradable waste, municipal policy and everyday practice. Geographical Journal 175(4): 251-260.
- 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.
- Bickerstaff, K., Bulkeley, H. & Painter, J. (2009). Symposium: 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.
- 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.
- Bulkeley, H. & Gregson, N. (2009). Crossing the threshold: municipal waste policy and household waste generation. Environment and Planning A 41(4): 929-945.
- 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.
- Betsill, M. & Bulkeley, H. (2006). Cities and the Multilevel Governance of Global Climate Change. Global Governance 12: 141-159.
- Bulkeley, H. (2006). A changing climate for spatial planning? Planning Theory and Practice 7(2): 203-214.
- Bulkeley, H. (2006). Urban Sustainability: learning from best practice? Environment and Planning A 38(6): 1029-1044.
- Owens, S., Petts, J. & Bulkeley, H. (2006). Editorial - Boundary work: knowledge, policy and the urban environment. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 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.
- Watson, M. & Bulkeley, H. A. (2005). Just Waste? Municipal waste management and the politics of environmental justice. Local Environment 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. & 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.
- Bulkeley, H. & Betsill, M. (2005). Rethinking sustainable cities: multilevel governance and the 'urban' politics of climate change. Environmental Politics 14(1): 42-63.
- Betsill, M. & Bulkeley, H. (2004). Transnational Networks and Global Environmental Governance: The Cities for Climate Protection Program. International Studies Quarterly 48: 471-493.
- Bulkeley, H. & Mol, A.P.J. (2003). Participation and environmental governance: Consensus, ambivalence and debate. Environmental Values 12(2): 143-154.
- Bulkeley, H. & Rayner, T. (2003). New Realism and local realities: transport planning in Leicester and Cambridgeshire. Urban Studies 40: 35-55.
- Bulkeley, H., Davies, A., Evans, B., Gibbs, D., Kern, K. & Theobald, K. (2003). Environmental governance and transnational municipal networks in Europe. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 5: 235-254.
- Mol, A.P.J. & Bulkeley, H. (2002). Food risks and the environment: changing perspectives in a changing social order. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 4(3): 185-195.
- Richards, K., Watson, E., Bulkeley, H. & Powell, R. (2002). Some ideas and reflections on teaching 'ideas' in geography. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 26(1): 33-47.
- Bulkeley, H. (2001). Governing climate change: the politics of risk society? Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 26(4): 430-447.
- Bulkeley, H. (2001). No regrets? Economy and environment in Australia's domestic climate change policy process. Global Environmental Change - Human and Policy Dimensions 11(2): 155-169.