Liz Sharp
Liz Sharp
Senior Lecturer, Environmental Governance, Sheffield University
Verified email at sheffield.ac.uk
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Reflections on Foucauldian discourse analysis in planning and environmental policy research
L Sharp, T Richardson
Journal of environmental policy and planning 3 (3), 193-209, 2001
4422001
Implementation impediments to institutionalising the practice of sustainable urban water management
RR Brown, L Sharp, RM Ashley
Water Science and Technology 54 (6-7), 415-422, 2006
1072006
Positivism, post‐positivism and domestic water demand: interrelating science across the paradigmatic divide
L Sharp, A McDonald, P Sim, C Knamiller, C Sefton, S Wong
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36 (4), 501-515, 2011
952011
Remaking local governance through community participation? The case of the UK community waste sector
D Luckin, L Sharp
Urban Studies 41 (8), 1485-1505, 2004
492004
Water demand management in England and Wales: Constructions of the domestic water user
L Sharp
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 49 (6), 869-889, 2006
462006
The community waste sector and waste services in the UK: current state and future prospects
L Sharp, D Luckin
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 47 (3), 277-294, 2006
452006
PET bottle use patterns and antimony migration into bottled water and soft drinks: the case of British and Nigerian bottles
A Tukur, L Sharp, B Stern, C Tizaoui, H Benkreira
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14 (4), 1236-1246, 2012
432012
Measuring the local economic impact of National Health Service procurement in the UK: an evaluation of the Cornwall Food Programme and LM3
J Thatcher, L Sharp
Local Environment 13 (3), 253-270, 2008
412008
Public participation and policy: unpacking connections in one UK Local Agenda 21
L Sharp
Local Environment 7 (1), 7-22, 2002
412002
Theorising participation: pulling down the ladder
L Sharp, S Connelly
Planning in the UK, 33-63, 2018
372018
Making sense of landscape change: Long-term perceptions among local residents following river restoration
EL Westling, BWJ Surridge, L Sharp, DN Lerner
Journal of hydrology 519, 2613-2623, 2014
352014
Developing adaptive capacity through reflexivity: lessons from collaborative research with a UK water utility
EL Westling, L Sharp, M Rychlewski, C Carrozza
Critical policy studies 8 (4), 427-446, 2014
342014
The water–energy–food nexus at home: New opportunities for policy interventions in household sustainability
M Foden, AL Browne, DM Evans, L Sharp, M Watson
The Geographical Journal 185 (4), 406-418, 2019
322019
Reconnecting people and water: Public engagement and sustainable urban water management
L Sharp
Routledge, 2017
282017
Making power explicit in sustainable water innovation: re-linking subjectivity, institution and structure through environmental citizenship
S Wong, L Sharp
Environmental Politics 18 (1), 37-57, 2009
252009
Resource efficiency and the imagined public: insights from cultural theory
L Sharp, R Macrorie, A Turner
Global Environmental Change 34, 196-206, 2015
242015
Using secondary data to analyse socio-economic impacts of water management actions
EL Westling, DN Lerner, L Sharp
Journal of environmental management 91 (2), 411-422, 2009
232009
Exploring the community waste sector: Are sustainable development and social capital useful concepts for project-level research?
D Luckin, L Sharp
Community Development Journal 40 (1), 62-75, 2005
222005
Challenges and opportunities for re-framing resource use policy with practice theories: The change points approach
M Watson, A Browne, D Evans, M Foden, C Hoolohan, L Sharp
Global Environmental Change 62, 102072, 2020
212020
Local policy for the global environment: in search of a new perspective
L Sharp
Environmental politics 8 (4), 137-159, 1999
211999
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