Prof. Geraint Ellis
Geraint Ellis is a Professor in the School of Natural and Built Environment and Director of Sustainable Built Environment at Queen's University, Belfast. His key research interests are in planning and sustainability, renewable energy, planning governance and healthy urban planning. He has published widely on these topics and is a Co-Editor of the Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning.
Selected publications -
Kelly, C., Ellis, G. and Flannery, W., 2019. Unravelling persistent problems to transformative marine governance. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6, pp.213.
Kidd, S. and Ellis, G., 2012. From the land to sea and back again? Using terrestrial planning to understand the process of marine spatial planning. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 14(1), pp.49-66.
Jay, S., Ellis, G. and Kidd, S., 2012. Marine spatial planning: a new frontier?. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 14(1), pp.1-5.
Ritchie, H. and Ellis, G., 2010. ‘A system that works for the sea’? Exploring stakeholder engagement in marine spatial planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 53(6), pp.701-723.
Ellis, G. and Weekes, T., 2008. Making sustainability ‘real’: using group‐enquiry to promote education for sustainable development. Environmental Education Research, 14(4), pp.482-500.
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