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A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership (2020)
Journal Article
Marco, E. (2020). A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership. Buildings & Cities,

The B&C special issue EDUCATION & TRAINING: MAINSTREAMING ZERO CARBON raised three challenges: How can education and training be rapidly changed to ensure the creation of zero-carbon built environments? How can this transition be implemented success... Read More about A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership.

Water insecurity compounds the global coronavirus crisis (2020)
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Staddon, C., Everard, M., Mytton, J., Octavianti, T., Powell, W., Quinn, N., …Mizniak, J. (2020). Water insecurity compounds the global coronavirus crisis. Water International, 45(5), 416-422. https://doi.org/10.1080/02508060.2020.1769345

In recent weeks, people all over the world have been settling into a ‘new normal’ of restricted mobility, online working, social distancing and enhanced hand hygiene. As part of the global fight against the spread of COVID-19 (the illness caused by S... Read More about Water insecurity compounds the global coronavirus crisis.

What can local government learn from the coronavirus? (2020)
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Hambleton, R. (2020). What can local government learn from the coronavirus?. Local Government Chronicle,

This short Opinion article for Local Government Chronicle praises the response of UK local government to the covid-19 pandemic. It goes on to discuss three questions that are important for future public policy: 1) Was our country ready for this onsl... Read More about What can local government learn from the coronavirus?.

The case for body positivity on social media: Perspectives on current advances and future directions (2020)
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Cohen, R., Newton-John, T., & Slater, A. (in press). The case for body positivity on social media: Perspectives on current advances and future directions. Journal of Health Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105320912450

In recent years, the body positive movement has emerged on social media and has generated both support and criticism in pop-cultural discourse. We review the potential benefits and disadvantages of ‘body positivity’ on social media in light of theory... Read More about The case for body positivity on social media: Perspectives on current advances and future directions.

Repurposing electricity access research for the global south: A tale of many disconnects (2019)
Journal Article
Monyei, C. G., & Akpeji, K. O. (2020). Repurposing electricity access research for the global south: A tale of many disconnects. Joule, 4(2), 278-281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joule.2019.11.013

Dr. Monyei is currently a research fellow on energy policy and sustainable decarbonization at the University of the West of England, where he works as a researcher and consultant on issues pertaining to sustainable energy systems modeling. Specifical... Read More about Repurposing electricity access research for the global south: A tale of many disconnects.

A guide to architecture for the public health workforce (2019)
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Marsh, R., Pilkington, P., & Rice, L. (2020). A guide to architecture for the public health workforce. Public Health, 178, 120-123. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2019.09.013

Background Public health and environmental challenges facing the world in the 21st century, including the ageing population, increasing urbanisation, rise of non-communicable diseases and climate instability, require an interdisciplinary response.... Read More about A guide to architecture for the public health workforce.

Novel insights into patients’ life-worlds: the value of qualitative research (2019)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2019). Novel insights into patients’ life-worlds: the value of qualitative research. Lancet Psychiatry, 6(9), 720-721. https://doi.org/10.1016/+S2215-0366%2819%2930296-2

Livingston et al.’s paper amply demonstrates the rich potential of qualitative methods to provide insight into the life-worlds of patients, and analysis of hitherto un(der)explored facets of mental and physical health conditions. The publication of t... Read More about Novel insights into patients’ life-worlds: the value of qualitative research.

Using laws to further public health causes: The Healthy Prisons Agenda (2019)
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Ismail, N., Woodall, J., & de Viggiani, N. (2020). Using laws to further public health causes: The Healthy Prisons Agenda. Global Health Promotion, 27(2), 121-124. https://doi.org/10.1177/1757975918811098

© The Author(s) 2019. In this commentary, we propose using laws in implementing the Healthy Prisons Agenda. We evaluate the efficacy of laws in tackling health inequalities in prisons, provide recommendations on how states can uphold their internatio... Read More about Using laws to further public health causes: The Healthy Prisons Agenda.

The corporate university: An e-interview with Dave Hill, Alpesh Maisuria, Anthony Nocella, and Michael Parenti (2015)
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Marmol, E., Hill, D., Maisuria, A., Nocella, A., & Parenti, M. (2015). The corporate university: An e-interview with Dave Hill, Alpesh Maisuria, Anthony Nocella, and Michael Parenti. Critical Education, 6(19), 1-25. https://doi.org/10.14288/ce.v6i19.185102

Since the neo-liberal turn, corporate investment in universities has accelerated as the withdrawal of government funding, among other factors, has further exposed universities to market forces. While this process offers numerous benefits for corporat... Read More about The corporate university: An e-interview with Dave Hill, Alpesh Maisuria, Anthony Nocella, and Michael Parenti.