Julian S. Yates
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Debating the ‘post-neoliberal turn’in Latin America
JS Yates, K Bakker
Progress in Human Geography 38 (1), 62-90, 2014
Multiple ontologies of water: Politics, conflict and implications for governance
JS Yates, LM Harris, NJ Wilson
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (5), 797-815, 2017
Uneven interventions and the scalar politics of governing livelihood adaptation in rural Nepal
JS Yates
Global Environmental Change 22 (2), 537-546, 2012
Hybrid regulatory landscapes: The human right to water, variegated neoliberal water governance, and policy transfer in Cape Town, South Africa, and Accra, Ghana
JS Yates, LM Harris
World Development 110, 75-87, 2018
Feedbacks as a bridging concept for advancing transdisciplinary sustainability research
J Blythe, K Nash, J Yates, G Cumming
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26, 114-119, 2017
Reclaiming and recirculating urban natures: integrated organic waste management in Diadema, Brazil
JS Yates, J Gutberlet
Environment and Planning A 43 (9), 2109-2124, 2011
Introduction: Rendering land investable
JE Goldstein, JS Yates
Geoforum 82, 209-211, 2017
Community-based adaptation to climate change: emerging lessons
J Ensor, R Berger, S Huq
Practical Action Publishing, 2014
Power and politics in the governance of community-based adaptation
JS Yates
Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change: Emerging Lessons, 15-34, 2014
Enhancing livelihoods and the urban environment: The local political framework for integrated organic waste management in Diadema, Brazil
JS Yates, J Gutberlet
The journal of development studies 47 (4), 639-656, 2011
Historicizing ‘ethnodevelopment’: Kamayoq and political-economic integration across governance regimes in the Peruvian Andes
JS Yates
Journal of Historical Geography 46, 53-65, 2014
Situated adaptation: Tackling the production of vulnerability through transformative action in Sri Lanka’s Dry Zone
HM Quealy, JS Yates
Global Environmental Change 71, 102374, 2021
On decoloniality… and the ‘decolonial problem’
JS Yates
Postcolonial Studies 23 (4), 589-595, 2020
In between rights and power: Women’s land rights and the gendered politics of land ownership, use, and management in Mexican ejidos
A García-Morán, JS Yates
World Development 152, 105804, 2022
A Review of the PVA Methodology in Context: A Comparison with other Frameworks and Experiences from the Field
JS Yates
Global Causeway. UK, 2010
Articulating worlds otherwise: Decolonial geolinguistic praxis, multi-epistemic co-existence, and intercultural education and development programing in the Peruvian Andes
JS Yates, J Nunez Nunez
cultural geographies 28 (4), 577-595, 2021
Limits to adapting to water variability in rural Nepal: Gaps in community-based governance
JS Yates
Waterlines, 106-121, 2011
Re-animating Andean worlds: kamayoq, the politics of 'culturally appropriate' knowledge extension, and ethnodevelopment in the Peruvian Andes
JS Yates
University of British Columbia, 2015
Political ecologies of urban water governance
JS Yates, M Tadaki, C Clark
Routledge Handbook of Urban Water Governance, 331-344, 2022
“Guides of water”: Indigenous water justice and pastoral management beyond adaptation to climate change
JS Yates
Current Directions in Water Scarcity Research 4, 167-187, 2022
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