Gearey, M (2016) Stories from the English riverbank: How riparian communities interpret, articulate and action water resources sustainability. European Journal of Sustainable Development, 5 (4), 141-150.
Gearey, M (2016) What community stories can tell us about changing drainage management approaches in the River Adur catchment In: the conference proceedings of the South Downs Research Conference 2016, South Downs Research Centre Midhurst, West Sussex, UK., 6 July 2016.
Gearey M (2018 forthcoming) Gerontocracies of affect: how the ‘geographies of austerity’ have reshaped elder environmental radicalism. In Rights to Nature: Tracing alternative political ecologies against the neoliberal environmental agenda. Eds Apostolopoulou E., Cortes-Vazquez. J. Cambridge University Press, Cambs UK.
Gearey, M (2018 forthcoming) ‘Tales from the riverside: What community stories can tell us about sustainable water resources management practices’. Sustainable Development.
Awards and grants generated by the research
Best conference paper award
The ‘Tales from the riverside: What community stories can tell us about sustainable water resources management practices’ paper was first presented at the 2016 International Sustainable Development Research Society conference in Lisbon, Portugal, July 2016 and won the best paper award.
Daphne Jackson Trust Special discretionary Funding to support attendance at the International Conference on Sustainable Development, 21–22 September 2016, New York City, USA. £2000.
A Santander Bank travel award to support a research visit to UNIVALI University, Itajai, Brazil, 19–26 November 2016. £1567.
An EU training award, supporting a fully funded five day urban sustainability training school run in Barcelona, Spain, 12–16 February 2017 (won in December 2016, to be taken up in February 2017). £2,300.
Participation in an invitee only researcher workshop to explore ‘renaturing Cities: theories, strategies, methods’ in Goiainia, Brazil, July 2017. Costs covered by the Newton Fund.