|Exploring the governance and politics of transformations towards sustainability|
J Patterson, K Schulz, J Vervoort, S Van Der Hel, O Widerberg, C Adler, ...
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 24, 1-16, 2017
|Ten essentials for action-oriented and second order energy transitions, transformations and climate change research|
I Fazey, N Schäpke, G Caniglia, J Patterson, J Hultman, B Van Mierlo, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 40, 54-70, 2018
|Implementing the “Sustainable Development Goals”: towards addressing three key governance challenges—collective action, trade-offs, and accountability|
KJ Bowen, NA Cradock-Henry, F Koch, J Patterson, T Häyhä, J Vogt, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 26, 90-96, 2017
|Understanding enabling capacities for managing the ‘wicked problem’of nonpoint source water pollution in catchments: A conceptual framework|
JJ Patterson, C Smith, J Bellamy
Journal of environmental management 128, 441-452, 2013
|Political feasibility of 1.5 C societal transformations: the role of social justice|
JJ Patterson, T Thaler, M Hoffmann, S Hughes, A Oels, E Chu, A Mert, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 31, 1-9, 2018
|Analysing institutional change in environmental governance: exploring the concept of ‘institutional work’|
R Beunen, JJ Patterson
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 62 (1), 12-29, 2019
|Developing industrial water reuse synergies in Port Melbourne: cost effectiveness, barriers and opportunities|
D Giurco, A Bossilkov, J Patterson, A Kazaglis
Journal of Cleaner Production 19 (8), 867-876, 2011
|New directions in earth system governance research|
S Burch, A Gupta, CYA Inoue, A Kalfagianni, Å Persson, AK Gerlak, A Ishii, ...
Earth System Governance 1, 100006, 2019
|Continuing pollution from the Rum Jungle U–Cu project: A critical evaluation of environmental monitoring and rehabilitation|
GM Mudd, J Patterson
Environmental Pollution 158 (5), 1252-1260, 2010
|Governing for resilience: the role of institutional work|
R Beunen, J Patterson, K Van Assche
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 28, 10-16, 2017
|Rethinking water governance: Moving beyond water-centric perspectives in a connected and changing world|
RC de Loë, JJ Patterson
Natural Resources Journal 57 (1), 75-100, 2017
|'Transformations towards sustainability': Emerging approaches, critical reflections, and a research agenda|
J Patterson, K Schulz, J Vervoort, C Adler, M Hurlbert, S van der Hel, ...
Earth Systems Governance Project, 2015
|Learning in urban climate governance: concepts, key issues and challenges|
M Wolfram, J Van der Heijden, S Juhola, J Patterson
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 21 (1), 1-15, 2019
|Tapping fresh currents: Fostering early-career researchers in transdisciplinary water governance research|
JJ Patterson, A Lukasiewicz, PJ Wallis, N Rubenstein, B Coffey, ...
Water Alternatives 6 (2), 293-312, 2013
|advancing the role of cities in climate governance–promise, limits, politics|
J Van Der Heijden, J Patterson, S Juhola, M Wolfram
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 62 (3), 365-373, 2019
|Enabling and enacting ‘practical action’in catchments: responding to the ‘Wicked Problem’of nonpoint source pollution in coastal subtropical Australia|
JJ Patterson, C Smith, J Bellamy
Environmental management 55 (2), 479-495, 2015
|Institutional innovation in urban governance: The case of climate change adaptation|
JJ Patterson, D Huitema
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 62 (3), 374-398, 2019
|Exploring local responses to a wicked problem: context, collective action, and outcomes in catchments in subtropical Australia|
Society & Natural Resources 29 (10), 1198-1213, 2016
|Purposeful collective action in ambiguous and contested situations: exploring ‘enabling capacities’ and cross-level interplay|
International Journal of the Commons 11 (1), 2017
|The dilemmas of citizen inclusion in urban planning and governance to enable a 1.5 C climate change scenario|
E Chu, T Schenk, J Patterson
Cogitatio Press, 2018