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Brownfield sites promote biodiversity at a landscape scale (2021)
Journal Article
Macgregor, C. J., Bunting, M. J., Deutz, P., Bourn, N. A., Roy, D. B., & Mayes, W. M. (2022). Brownfield sites promote biodiversity at a landscape scale. The Science of the total environment, 804, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.150162

Repurposing of brownfield sites is often promoted, because it is perceived that protecting the “green belt” limits damage to biodiversity; yet brownfield sites provide scarce habitats with limited disturbance, so conversely are also perceived to be e... Read More about Brownfield sites promote biodiversity at a landscape scale.

Circularity as Alterity? Untangling Circuits of Value in the Social Enterprise–Led Local Development of the Circular Economy (2021)
Journal Article
Lekan, M., Jonas, A. E., & Deutz, P. (2021). Circularity as Alterity? Untangling Circuits of Value in the Social Enterprise–Led Local Development of the Circular Economy. Economic geography, 97(3), 257-283. https://doi.org/10.1080/00130095.2021.1931109

In recent years, the circular economy (CE) paradigm has emerged as a mainstream policy discourse having the potential to disrupt linear economic development pathways by extracting and retaining the maximum value from existing resources through their... Read More about Circularity as Alterity? Untangling Circuits of Value in the Social Enterprise–Led Local Development of the Circular Economy.

Advancing the Circular Economy in Public Sector Organisations: Employees’ Perspectives on Practices (2021)
Journal Article
Klein, N., Ramos, T. B., & Deutz, P. (in press). Advancing the Circular Economy in Public Sector Organisations: Employees’ Perspectives on Practices. Circular Economy and Sustainability, https://doi.org/10.1007/s43615-021-00044-x

Circular economy (CE) is a concept that is gaining attention as an approach to help accelerate the transition towards sustainability. Research has focused on the adoption of CE practices in the business sector while the adoption within public sector... Read More about Advancing the Circular Economy in Public Sector Organisations: Employees’ Perspectives on Practices.

Repairing the circular economy: Public perception and participant profile of the repair economy in Hull, UK (2021)
Journal Article
Rogers, H. A., Deutz, P., & Ramos, T. B. (2021). Repairing the circular economy: Public perception and participant profile of the repair economy in Hull, UK. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 168, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.105447

Repair is an essential aspect of circular economy (CE) strategies to extend the life of products and materials, and has further been suggested as a key sector to benefit from employment through CE transitions. At the same time, CE narratives around r... Read More about Repairing the circular economy: Public perception and participant profile of the repair economy in Hull, UK.

Industrial restructuring through eco-transformation: Green industrial transfer in Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan, Hunan Province (2020)
Journal Article
Deng, B., Affolderbach, J., & Deutz, P. (2020). Industrial restructuring through eco-transformation: Green industrial transfer in Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan, Hunan Province. Sustainability, 12(17), https://doi.org/10.3390/SU12176945

As industrial activities account for a large part of environmental degradation and carbon emissions in China, the geographic location of industries significantly shapes the environmental performance and quality of life of surrounding areas. Since the... Read More about Industrial restructuring through eco-transformation: Green industrial transfer in Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan, Hunan Province.

Single-Step extraction-esterification process to produce Biodiesel from Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) using microwave heating: a circular economy approach to making use of a difficult waste product. (2020)
Journal Article
Davies, E., Deutz, P., & Zein, S. H. (in press). Single-Step extraction-esterification process to produce Biodiesel from Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) using microwave heating: a circular economy approach to making use of a difficult waste product. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13399-020-00856-1

This investigation explores single step biodiesel synthesis using Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) as a feedstock. Normally considered a waste product from the extraction process of palm oil, POME treatment is difficult and can cause significant environ... Read More about Single-Step extraction-esterification process to produce Biodiesel from Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) using microwave heating: a circular economy approach to making use of a difficult waste product..

Circular economy practices and strategies in public sector organizations: An integrative review (2020)
Journal Article
Klein, N., Ramos, T. B., & Deutz, P. (2020). Circular economy practices and strategies in public sector organizations: An integrative review. Sustainability, 12(10), https://doi.org/10.3390/su12104181

The concept of the Circular Economy (CE) is an increasingly attractive approach to tackling current sustainability challenges and facilitating a shift away from the linear “take-make-use-dispose” model of production and consumption. The public sector... Read More about Circular economy practices and strategies in public sector organizations: An integrative review.

Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities (2018)
Journal Article
Wurzel, R. K., Moulton, J. F., Osthorst, W., Mederake, L., Deutz, P., & Jonas, A. E. (2019). Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities. Environmental Politics, 28(1), 146-166. https://doi.org/10.1080/09644016.2019.1522039

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Innovative climate governance in small-to-medium-sized structurally disadvantaged cities (SDCs) are assessed. Considering their deeply ingrained severe economic and social proble... Read More about Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities.

Oil palm cultivation as a development vehicle: Exploring the trade-offs for smallholders in East Malaysia (2017)
Book Chapter
Majid Cooke, F., Hezri, A. A., Azmi, R., Morent Mukit, R., Jensen, P. D., & Deutz, P. (2017). Oil palm cultivation as a development vehicle: Exploring the trade-offs for smallholders in East Malaysia. In A. McGregor, L. Law, & F. Miller (Eds.), Routledge handbook of Southeast Asian development (330-341). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315726106-29

This chapter examines the decision to cultivate oil palm under the different conditions that independent smallholders experience in the East Malaysian oil palm frontier. It provides a different context in which oil palm is produced, a setting grappli... Read More about Oil palm cultivation as a development vehicle: Exploring the trade-offs for smallholders in East Malaysia.

Archaeological tourism : a creative approach (2017)
Journal Article
Ross, D., Saxena, G., Correia, F., & Deutz, P. (2017). Archaeological tourism : a creative approach. Annals of Tourism Research, 67, 37-47. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2017.08.001

This theoretical paper conceptualises the role of tourism providers in facilitating creative tourism experiences by focusing on their ingenious enterprise, which we argue can help capture the tourism potential of intangible archaeological heritage. I... Read More about Archaeological tourism : a creative approach.

Resource recovery and remediation of highly alkaline residues : a political-industrial ecology approach to building a circular economy (2017)
Journal Article
Deutz, P., Baxter, H., Gibbs, D., Mayes, W. M., & Gomes, H. I. (2017). Resource recovery and remediation of highly alkaline residues : a political-industrial ecology approach to building a circular economy. Geoforum, 85, 336-344. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.03.021

Highly alkaline industrial residues (e.g., steel slag, bauxite processing residue (red mud) and ash from coal combustion) have been identified as stocks of potentially valuable metals. Technological change has created demand for metals, such as vanad... Read More about Resource recovery and remediation of highly alkaline residues : a political-industrial ecology approach to building a circular economy.

Building institutional capacity for industrial symbiosis development : a case study of an industrial symbiosis coordination network in China (2016)
Journal Article
Wang, Q., Deutz, P., & Chen, Y. (2017). Building institutional capacity for industrial symbiosis development : a case study of an industrial symbiosis coordination network in China. Journal of cleaner production, 142(4), 1571-1582 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.11.146

Recent research has examined how the concept of institutional capacity relates to the ability of organisations to deliver industrial symbiosis, and in particular how that ability itself can develop over time. One approach to developing industrial sym... Read More about Building institutional capacity for industrial symbiosis development : a case study of an industrial symbiosis coordination network in China.

Reverse logistics in household recycling and waste systems: a symbiosis perspective (2016)
Journal Article
A Jalil, E. E., Grant, D. B., Nicholson, J. D., & Deutz, P. (2016). Reverse logistics in household recycling and waste systems: a symbiosis perspective. Supply chain management, 21(2), 245-258. https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-02-2015-0056

Purpose: The article investigates the proposition there is a symbiosis effect for exchanges between household waste recycling systems (HWRS) and household recycling behaviour (HRB) within the reverse logistics (RL) discourse. Design/methodology/appro... Read More about Reverse logistics in household recycling and waste systems: a symbiosis perspective.

Introducing an international perspective on industrial ecology (2015)
Book Chapter
Deutz, P., & Lyons, D. I. (2015). Introducing an international perspective on industrial ecology. In P. Deutz, D. I. Lyons, & J. Bi (Eds.), International Perspectives on Industrial Ecology (1-11). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781781003572.00009

Abstract: The aim of this book is to promote a debate about the relationship between industrial ecology (IE), as a business, community and academic endeavour, and the places in the world where examples of industrial ecology can be found. We present a... Read More about Introducing an international perspective on industrial ecology.

From theory to practice: Enhancing the potential policy impact of industrial ecology (2015)
Journal Article
Deutz, P., & Ioppolo, G. (2015). From theory to practice: Enhancing the potential policy impact of industrial ecology. Sustainability, 7(2), 2259-2273. https://doi.org/10.3390/su7022259

Industrial ecology introduced a new paradigm of principles and tools useful to academic analysis and decision support activities for industry and policymakers. This paper presents a view of the state of the art of industrial ecology, encompassing the... Read More about From theory to practice: Enhancing the potential policy impact of industrial ecology.

Investigating household recycling behaviour through the interactions between personal and situational factors (2014)
Conference Proceeding
A-Jalil, E. E., Grant, D. B., Nicholson, J. D., & Deutz, P. (2014). Investigating household recycling behaviour through the interactions between personal and situational factors. https://doi.org/10.2495/wm140101

In recent years household recycling behaviour (HRB) has become a focal point in social science research to understand the concept of household waste recycling management. Household recycling systems involve two main actors: households and municipalit... Read More about Investigating household recycling behaviour through the interactions between personal and situational factors.

Eco-design practice in the context of a structured design process: an interdisciplinary empirical study of UK manufacturers (2012)
Journal Article
Deutz, P., McGuire, M., & Neighbour, G. (2013). Eco-design practice in the context of a structured design process: an interdisciplinary empirical study of UK manufacturers. Journal of cleaner production, 39, 117-128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2012.08.035

Environmental design (eco-design) has been identified in both academic and policy circles as a point of intervention in the product lifecycle to promote environmental performance. The benefit of eco-design would be enhanced by rooting it firmly withi... Read More about Eco-design practice in the context of a structured design process: an interdisciplinary empirical study of UK manufacturers.

A class-based analysis of sustainable development: developing a radical perspective on environmental justice (2012)
Journal Article
Deutz, P. (2014). A class-based analysis of sustainable development: developing a radical perspective on environmental justice. Sustainable Development, 22(4), 243-252. https://doi.org/10.1002/sd.1528

Recent resurgence of interest in social aspects of sustainability has enjoined with on-going debates on environmental justice and equity. However, discussions on the socio-geographic distribution of environmental (dis-) benefits have substantially ov... Read More about A class-based analysis of sustainable development: developing a radical perspective on environmental justice.

Sustainable Palm Oil Supply Chains : Complexity, Custody and Contention
Conference Proceeding
Deutz, P., Jensen, P., & Whicker, L. Sustainable Palm Oil Supply Chains : Complexity, Custody and Contention

Paper delivered at the 21st Logistics Research Network annual conference 2016, 7th-9th September 2016, Hull. Abstract Purpose: The sustainability of oil palm cultivation is highly contentious. Demand for the product is strong, albeit with the market... Read More about Sustainable Palm Oil Supply Chains : Complexity, Custody and Contention.

A 'symbiosis effect' perspective to understand reverse logistics and household recycling waste systems
Book Chapter
Deutz, P., Grant, D., Nicholson, J., & A-Jalil, E. E. A 'symbiosis effect' perspective to understand reverse logistics and household recycling waste systems.

Paper presented at 19th ISL, 2014, Ho Chi Minh The essence of the problem with waste is that it is by definition something that is not wanted. We argue here that achieving a sustainable solution requires consideration of both regulatory responsibilit... Read More about A 'symbiosis effect' perspective to understand reverse logistics and household recycling waste systems.