Steven Emery
Steven Emery
Lecturer in Environment and Society
Verified email at bham.ac.uk
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The potential for collaborative agri-environment schemes in England: Can a well-designed collaborative approach address farmers’ concerns with current schemes?
SB Emery, JR Franks
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (3), 218-231, 2012
1192012
Landscape‐scale conservation: collaborative agri‐environment schemes could benefit both biodiversity and ecosystem services, but will farmers be willing to participate?
AJ McKenzie, SB Emery, JR Franks, MJ Whittingham
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (5), 1274-1280, 2013
972013
Neoliberal natures on the farm: Farmer autonomy and cooperation in comparative perspective
PV Stock, J Forney, SB Emery, H Wittman
Journal of Rural Studies 36, 411-422, 2014
792014
Incentivising collaborative conservation: Lessons from existing environmental Stewardship Scheme options
JR Franks, SB Emery
Land Use Policy 30 (1), 847-862, 2013
642013
Independence and individualism: conflated values in farmer cooperation?
SB Emery
Agriculture and Human Values 32, 47-61, 2015
552015
Can a species be a person? A trope and its entanglements in the Anthropocene era
M Carrithers, LJ Bracken, S Emery, M Candea, V Das, C Degnen, ...
Current Anthropology 52 (5), 000-000, 2011
442011
Maximizing the Policy Impacts of Public Engagement: A European Study
SB Emery, HAJ Mulder, LJ Frewer
Science, Technology & Human Values 40 (3), 421-444, 2015
422015
Negotiating river restoration: The role of divergent reframing in environmental decision-making
SB Emery, MT Perks, LJ Bracken
Geoforum 47, 167-177, 2013
382013
Performing inter-professional expertise in rural advisory networks
J Phillipson, A Proctor, SB Emery, P Lowe
Land Use Policy 54, 321-330, 2016
232016
What Can and Can't Crowding Theories Tell Us about Farmers’‘Environmental’Intentions in Post‐Agri‐Environment Scheme Contexts?
HS Darragh, SB Emery
Sociologia Ruralis 58 (2), 370-391, 2018
142018
Use of spatially distributed time-integrated sediment sampling networks and distributed fine sediment modelling to inform catchment management
MT Perks, J Warburton, LJ Bracken, SM Reaney, SB Emery, S Hirst
Journal of Environmental Management 202 (1), 469-478, 2017
132017
In Better Fettle: Improvement, Work and Rhetoric in the Transition to Environmental Farming in the North York Moors
SB EMERY
Durham University, 2010
132010
From lived experience to political representation: Rhetoric and landscape in the North York Moors
SB Emery, MB Carrithers
Ethnography 17 (3), 388-410, 2016
122016
A review of the use of pictograms for communicating pesticide hazards and safety instructions: implications for EU policy
SB Emery, A Hart, C Butler-Ellis, MG Gerritsen-Ebben, K Machera, ...
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 21 (4), 1062-1080, 2015
122015
Hard work, productivity and the management of the farmed environment in anthropological perspective
SB Emery
Contemporary issues in management, 90-104, 2014
122014
The more-than-economic dimensions of cooperation in food production
SB Emery, J Forney, S Wynne-Jones
Journal of Rural Studies 53, 229-235, 2017
102017
Managing and researching floods: sustainability, policy responses and the place of rural communities
SB Emery, DM Hannah
Hydrological Processes 28 (18), 4984-4988, 2014
92014
Farmer attitudes to cross-holding agri-environment schemes and their implications for Countryside Stewardship
JR Franks, SB Emery, MJ Whittingham, AJ McKenzie
International Journal of Agricultural Management 5 (4), 78-95, 2016
52016
Defra NE0109 social research evidence review to inform natural environment policy. Final project report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
S Bell, R Vanner, EA Oughton, SB Emery, K Lock, L Cole
Newcastle University, 2011
3*2011
Estimation of the recycled content of an existing construction project
SB Emery, DN Smith, MR Gaterell, G Sammons, D Moon
Resources, conservation and recycling 52 (2), 395-409, 2007
32007
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