Sarah Rogers
Sarah Rogers
Lecturer, Asia Institute, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Environmental resettlement and social dis/re-articulation in Inner Mongolia, China
S Rogers, M Wang
Population and Environment 28 (1), 41-68, 2006
1002006
Sustainability: transfer project cannot meet China's water needs
J Barnett, S Rogers, M Webber, B Finlayson, M Wang
Nature News 527 (7578), 295, 2015
942015
The South–North water transfer project: Remaking the geography of China
M Webber, B Crow-Miller, S Rogers
Regional Studies 51 (3), 370-382, 2017
622017
Governmentality and the conduct of water: China's south–north water transfer project
S Rogers, J Barnett, M Webber, B Finlayson, M Wang
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41 (4), 429-441, 2016
582016
Resettlement and climate change vulnerability: evidence from rural China
S Rogers, T Xue
Global Environmental Change 35, 62-69, 2015
572015
Betting on the strong: Local government resource allocation in China's poverty counties
S Rogers
Journal of rural studies 36, 197-206, 2014
492014
Towards a critical geography of resettlement
S Rogers, B Wilmsen
Progress in Human Geography 44 (2), 256-275, 2020
382020
The technopolitics of big infrastructure and the Chinese water machine
B Crow-Miller, M Webber, S Rogers
Water Alternatives 10 (2), 233, 2017
302017
The politics of water: a review of hydropolitical frameworks and their application in China
S Rogers, B Crow‐Miller
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (6), e1239, 2017
272017
How local landholder groups collectively manage weeds in south-eastern Australia
S Graham, S Rogers
Environmental Management 60 (3), 396-408, 2017
262017
An integrated assessment of China's South—North Water Transfer Project
S Rogers, D Chen, H Jiang, I Rutherfurd, M Wang, M Webber, ...
Geographical Research 58 (1), 49-63, 2020
232020
Reducing the risk of maladaptation in response to sea-level rise and urban water scarcity
J Barnett, S O’NEILL, S Waller, S Rogers
Successful Adaptation to Climate Change, 61-73, 2013
212013
Beyond contradiction: The state and the market in contemporary Chinese water governance
M Jiang, M Webber, J Barnett, S Rogers, I Rutherfurd, M Wang, ...
Geoforum 108, 246-254, 2020
162020
Moving millions to eliminate poverty: China’s rapidly evolving practice of poverty resettlement
S Rogers, J Li, K Lo, H Guo, C Li
Development Policy Review, 2019
162019
Planned resettlement to avoid climatic hazards: What prospects for just outcomes in China?
B Wilmsen, S Rogers
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 60 (2), 118-131, 2019
132019
Estimating urban water demand under conditions of rapid growth: the case of Shanghai
M Li, B Finlayson, M Webber, J Barnett, S Webber, S Rogers, Z Chen, ...
Regional Environmental Change 17 (4), 1153-1161, 2017
92017
China’s rapidly evolving practice of poverty resettlement: Moving millions to eliminate poverty
S Rogers, J Li, K Lo, H Guo, C Li
Development Policy Review 38 (5), 541-554, 2020
52020
Between Project and Region: The Challenges of Managing Water in Shandong Province After the South-North Water Transfer Project
D Chen, Z Luo, M Webber, S Rogers, I Rutherfurd, M Wang, B Finlayson, ...
Water Alternatives 13 (1), 49-69, 2020
22020
Water–energy nexus of the Eastern Route of China's South-to-North Water Transfer Project
D Chen, D Zhang, Z Luo, M Webber, S Rogers
Water Policy 21 (5), 945-963, 2019
22019
Everyday practices and technologies of household water consumption: evidence from Shanghai
N Zhen, S Rogers, J Barnett
Environment and Urbanization 31 (1), 231-248, 2019
22019
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