Christoph D. D. Rupprecht
Christoph D. D. Rupprecht
Other namesクリストフ ルプレヒト, ルプレヒト クリストフ, Christoph Rupprecht
Ehime University, Faculty of Collaborative Regional Innovation, Dep. of Environmental Design
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Informal urban greenspace: a typology and trilingual systematic review of its role for urban residents and trends in the literature
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13 (4), 597-611, 2014
‘It’s real, not fake like a park’: Residents’ perception and use of informal urban green-space in Brisbane, Australia and Sapporo, Japan
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne, H Ueda, AY Lo
Landscape and Urban Planning 143, 205-218, 2015
Informal urban green-space: comparison of quantity and characteristics in Brisbane, Australia and Sapporo, Japan
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne
PloS one 9 (6), e99784, 2014
Informal urban green space: a trilingual systematic review of its role for biodiversity and trends in the literature
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne, J Garden, J Hero
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14 (4), 883-908, 2015
Sustainable agrifood systems for a post-growth world
SR McGreevy, CDD Rupprecht, D Niles, A Wiek, M Carolan, G Kallis, ...
Nature sustainability 5 (12), 1011-1017, 2022
Advancing sustainable consumption and production in cities-A transdisciplinary research and stakeholder engagement framework to address consumption-based emissions and impacts
P Schröder, P Vergragt, B Halina, L Dendler, N Gorenflo, K Matus, J Quist, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 213, 114-125, 2019
Trust me? Consumer trust in expert information on food product labels
CDD Rupprecht, L Fujiyoshi, SR McGreevy, I Tayasu
Food and Chemical Toxicology 137, 111170, 2020
Multispecies Sustainability
CDD Rupprecht, J Vervoort, C Berthelsen, A Mangnus, N Osborne, ...
Global Sustainability 3, e34, 2020
Informal urban green space: Residents’ perception, use, and management preferences across four major Japanese shrinking cities
CDD Rupprecht
Land 6 (3), 59, 2017
New pathways for governing food system transformations: a pluralistic practice-based futures approach using visioning, back-casting and serious gaming
A Mangnus, J Vervoort, S McGreevy, K Ota, CDD Rupprecht, M Oga, ...
Ecology and Society 24 (4), 2, 2019
Memories of vacant lots: how and why residents used informal urban green space as children and teenagers in Brisbane, Australia, and Sapporo, Japan
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne, AY Lo
Children's Geographies 14 (3), 340-355, 2016
Urban Agriculture as a Sustainability Transition Strategy for Shrinking Cities? Land Use Change Trajectory as an Obstacle in Kyoto City, Japan
K Oda, CDD Rupprecht, K Tsuchiya, SR McGreevy
Sustainability 10 (4), 1048, 2018
Informal urban green space as anti-gentrification strategy?
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne
Just Green Enough: Urban development and environmental gentrification, 209-226, 2017
Residents’ Perception of Informal Green Space—A Case Study of Ichikawa City, Japan
M Kim, CDD Rupprecht, K Furuya
Land 7 (3), 102, 2018
Decentralization & local food: Japan’s regional Ecological Footprints indicate localized sustainability strategies
K Tsuchiya, K Iha, A Murthy, D Lin, S Altiok, CDD Rupprecht, H Kiyono, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 292, 126043, 2021
Edible urban commons for resilient neighbourhoods in light of the pandemic
M Sardeshpande, C Rupprecht, A Russo
Cities 109, 103031, 2021
Ready for more-than-human? Measuring urban residents’ willingness to coexist with animals
CDD Rupprecht
Fennia 195 (2), 142-160, 2017
Typology and Perception of Informal Green Space in Urban Interstices: A case study of Ichikawa city, Japan
M Kim, CDD Rupprecht, K Furuya
International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development 8 (1 …, 2020
Unlocking the potential of gaming for anticipatory governance
J Vervoort, A Mangnus, S McGreevy, K Ota, K Thompson, C Rupprecht, ...
Earth System Governance 11, 100130, 2022
Multispecies Cities: Solarpunk Urban Futures
CDD Rupprecht, D Cleland, N Tamura, R Chaudhuri, S Ulibarri
World Weaver Press, 2021
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