Research Publications for Raven M Cretney

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  • Uekusa, S., & Cretney, R. (2022). Rethinking community resilience: Critical reflections on the last 10 years of the Ōtautahi Christchurch recovery and on-going disasters. In S. Uekusa, S. Matthewman, & B. C. Glavovic (Eds.), A Decade of Disaster Experiences in Ōtautahi Christchurch (pp. 125-141). Springer Singapore. doi:10.1007/978-981-16-6863-0_6

  • Kurian, P., Munshi, D., Cretney, R., Morrison, S., & Kathlene, L. (2022). The cultural politics of climate change adaptation: an analysis of the tourism sector in Aotearoa New Zealand. Political Science, online, 1-18. doi:10.1080/00323187.2021.2021803

  • Kurian, P., Cretney, R., Munshi, D., & Morrison, S. (2022). Social movements and the environment. In M. Bargh, & J. McArthur (Eds.), Environmental Politics and Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 192-210). Auckland University Press.

  • Barrett, P., Cretney, R., Kurian, P., & Simmonds, N. (2021). Shifting discourses of nature in participatory processes for environmental management. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 1-20. doi:10.1080/23276665.2021.1972322

  • Hayward, B., & Cretney, R. (2021). Governing through disasters [Case Studies of Politics in Action, Part 7.3]. In J. Hayward, L. Greaves, & C. Timperley (Eds.), Government and Politics in Aotearoa and New Zealand (7th ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Nissen, S., & Cretney, R. (2021). Retrofitting an emergency approach to the climate crisis: A study of two climate emergency declarations in Aotearoa New Zealand. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. doi:10.1177/23996544211028901

  • Cretney, R., & Nissen, S. (2021). Emergent spaces of climate emergency claims. In Institute of Australian Geographers Conference. Rupture and the reimagining of nature-society..

  • Barrett, P., Kurian, P., Simmonds, N., & Cretney, R. (2021). Explaining reflexive governance through discursive institutionalism: estuarine restoration in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. doi:10.1080/1523908X.2021.1885358

  • Munshi, D., Kurian, P., Morrison, S., Kathlene, L., & Cretney, R. (2020). Centring Culture in Public Engagement on Climate Change Adaption: Re-shaping the future of the NZ Tourism sector. A report to the Deep South National Science Challenge. New Zealand: University of Waikato and Deep South National Science Challenge. Retrieved from

  • Coffey, B., Bush, J., Mumaw, L., de Kleyn, L., Furlong, C., & Cretney, R. (2020). Towards good governance of urban greening: insights from four initiatives in Melbourne, Australia. Australian Geographer. doi:10.1080/00049182.2019.1708552

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