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Selected Articles, Book Chapters, Op-Eds, and Reviews

Michael Maniates, “Suddenly More Than Academic: Higher Education for a Post-Growth World,” in Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2017: EarthEd – Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet, Island Press, 2017.

Michael Maniates, “Make Way for Hope: A Contrarian View,” in Simon Nicholson and Sikina Jinnah, eds., A New Earth Politics, MIT Press, 2016.

Fuchs, D., Di Giulio, A., Glaab, K., Lorek, S., Maniates, M., Princen, T., & Røpke, I, “Power: The Missing Element in Sustainable Consumption and Absolute Reductions Research and Action,” Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 20, September 2016: 298–307.

Michael Maniates, Review of Karen Litfin’s Ecovillages: Lessons for Sustainable Community, Global Environmental Politics, 2015.

Michael Maniates and Thomas Princen, “Fifteen claims: Social Change and Power in Environmental StudiesJournal of Environmental Studies and Sciences vol. 5(2), 2015: 213-217.

Michael Maniates, “Sustainable Consumption – Three Paradoxes,” GAIA – Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, vol. 23, Supplement 1, July 2014: 201-208. 

Michael Maniates, “Teaching for Turbulence,” in Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2013: Is Sustainability Still Possible?, Island Press, 2013.

Michael Maniates, “Everyday Possibilities,” Global Environmental Politics, 12/1, February 2012: 121-125.

Michael Maniates, “Editing Out Unsustainable Behavior,” in Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2010: Transforming Cultures, From Consumerism to Sustainability, W.W. Norton, January 2010.

John Meyer and Michael Maniates, “Must We Sacrifice? Confronting the Politics of Sacrifice in an Ecologically Full World,” in Michael Maniates and John Meyer, eds., The Environmental Politics of Sacrifice, MIT Press, April 2010. 

Michael Maniates and John Meyer, “Sacrifice and a New Environmental Politics,” in Michael Maniates and John Meyer, eds., The Environmental Politics of Sacrifice, MIT Press, April 2010.

Michael Maniates, “Struggling With Sacrifice: Take Back Your Time and Right2Vacation.org,” in Michael Maniates and John Meyer, eds., The Environmental Politics of Sacrifice, MIT Press, April 2010.

Michael Maniates, “Cultivating Consumer Restraint in an Ecologically Full World: The Case of ‘Take Back Your Time’,” in Louis Lebel, Sylvia Lorek, and Rajesh Daniel, eds., Sustainable Consumption Production Systems: Knowledge, Engagement and Practice, Springer Publishers, December 2009.

Michael Maniates, “Going green? Easy Doesn’t Do It.” Washington Post, 22 November 2007.

Michael Maniates, “Taking Participation Seriously,” Energy Policy, vol.31, no. 12, December 2003: 1301 – 1303.

Princen, Maniates, and Conca, “Confronting Consumption” and “To Confront Consumption,” in Thomas Princen, Michael Maniates, and Ken Conca, eds., Confronting Consumption, MIT Press, 2002.

Michael Maniates, “Individualization: Plant a Tree, Buy a Bike, Save the World?,” in Thomas Princen, Michael Maniates, and Ken Conca, eds., Confronting Consumption, MIT Press, 2002.

Michael Maniates, “In Search of Consumptive Resistance:The Voluntary Simplicity Movement,” in Thomas Princen, Michael Maniates, and Ken Conca, eds., Confronting Consumption, MIT Press, 2002.

Michael Maniates, “Of Knowledge and Power,” Empowering Knowledge: Teaching and Learning Global Environmental Politics, Rowman & Littlefield, 2002.

Michael Maniates, “Civic Virtue and Classroom Toil in a Greenhouse World,” Empowering Knowledge: Teaching and Learning Global Environmental Politics, Rowman & Littlefield, 2002.

Michael Maniates, “Individualization: Plant a Tree, Buy a Bike, Save the World?,” Global Environmental Politics vol. 1 no. 3, Summer 2001: 31-52. 

Michael Maniates and John Whissel, “Environmental Studies: The Sky is not Falling,” BioScience, June 2000: 509-517.

Michael Maniates, “State-NGO Collaboration in Rural Resource Management: India’s Improved Cookstove Program,” Unasylva vol. 43 no. 171, October 1992: 21-29.