Geraint Ellis
Geraint Ellis
Professor, School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University, Belfast
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Many ways to say ‘no’, different ways to say ‘yes’: applying Q-methodology to understand public acceptance of wind farm proposals
G Ellis, J Barry, C Robinson
Journal of environmental planning and management 50 (4), 517-551, 2007
Cool rationalities and hot air: a rhetorical approach to understanding debates on renewable energy
J Barry, G Ellis, C Robinson
Global environmental politics 8 (2), 67-98, 2008
‘A system that works for the sea’? Exploring stakeholder engagement in marine spatial planning
H Ritchie, G Ellis
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 53 (6), 701-723, 2010
Promoting community renewable energy in a corporate energy world
PA Strachan, R Cowell, G Ellis, F Sherry‐Brennan, D Toke
Sustainable Development 23 (2), 96-109, 2015
From the land to sea and back again? Using terrestrial planning to understand the process of marine spatial planning
S Kidd, G Ellis
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 14 (1), 49-66, 2012
Discourses of objection: towards an understanding of third-party rights in planning
G Ellis
Environment and planning A 36 (9), 1549-1570, 2004
Exploring the winners and losers of marine environmental governance/Marine spatial planning: Cui bono?/“More than fishy business”: epistemology, integration and conflict in …
W Flannery, G Ellis, G Ellis, W Flannery, M Nursey-Bray, ...
Planning Theory & Practice 17 (1), 121-151, 2016
Territory, identity and spatial planning: Spatial governance in a fragmented nation
M Tewdwr-Jones, P Allmendinger
Routledge, 2006
Wind Power: Is There A “Planning Problem”? Expanding Wind Power: A Problem of Planning, or of Perception? The Problems Of Planning—A Developer's Perspective Wind Farms: More …
G Ellis, R Cowell, C Warren, P Strachan, J Szarka, R Hadwin, P Miner, ...
Taylor & Francis Group 10 (4), 521-547, 2009
Connectivity and physical activity: using footpath networks to measure the walkability of built environments
G Ellis, R Hunter, MA Tully, M Donnelly, L Kelleher, F Kee
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 43 (1), 130-151, 2016
Making sustainability ‘real’: using group‐enquiry to promote education for sustainable development
G Ellis, T Weekes
Environmental Education Research 14 (4), 482-500, 2008
Beyond consensus? Agonism, republicanism and a low carbon future
J Barry, G Ellis
Renewable energy and the public: From NIMBY to participation, 29-42, 2011
Validity of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) for assessing moderate-to-vigorous physical activity and sedentary behaviour of older adults in the United …
C Cleland, S Ferguson, G Ellis, RF Hunter
BMC medical research methodology 18 (1), 1-12, 2018
Expanding wind power: A problem of planning, or of perception?
G Ellis, R Cowell, C Warren, P Strachan, J Szarka
Planning Theory & Practice 10 (4), 523-532, 2009
Marine spatial planning: a new frontier?
S Jay, G Ellis, S Kidd
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 14 (1), 1-5, 2012
Rescaling the governance of renewable energy: Lessons from the UK devolution experience
R Cowell, G Ellis, F Sherry-Brennan, PA Strachan, D Toke
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 19 (5), 480-502, 2017
Learning from wind power: governance, societal and policy perspectives on sustainable energy
J Szarka, R Cowell, G Ellis, PA Strachan, C Warren
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
Conceptualising change in marine governance: learning from transition management
C Kelly, G Ellis, W Flannery
Marine Policy 95, 24-35, 2018
Cities and health: an evolving global conversation
M Grant, C Brown, WT Caiaffa, A Capon, J Corburn, C Coutts, CJ Crespo, ...
Cities & health 1 (1), 1-9, 2017
G Ellis, J Kim
Cities 18 (5), 355-364, 2001
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