Dr Raven Cretney
Qualifications: BA (Victoria University of Wellington, MEnvi (Victoria University of Wellington), PhD (RMIT)
I have taught in the areas of human geography, environmental studies, development studies, and environmental politics and policy.
My research interests include: disaster politics; critical resilience; activism; citizen engagement and participation; conservation; participatory environmental management.
Cretney, R. (2019). “An opportunity to hope and dream”: Disaster politics and the emergence of possibility through community-led recovery. Antipode, 51(2), 497-516. doi:10.1111/anti.12431
Barrett, P., Kurian, P., Simmonds, N., & Cretney, R. (2019). Community participation in the development of the Ōngātoro/Maketū Estuary project: The socio‐ecological dimensions of restoring an interconnected ecosystem. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. doi:10.1002/aqc.3048
Thomas, A., Cretney, R., & Hayward, B. (2019). Student Strike 4 Climate: Justice, emergency and citizenship. New Zealand Geographer. doi:10.1111/nzg.12229
Hagedorn, G., Kalmus, P., Mann, M., Vicca, S., Van den Berge, J., Van Ypersele, J. P., . . . Hayhoe, K. (2019). Concerns of young protesters are justified. Science, 364(6436), 139-140. doi:10.1126/science.aax3807
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Environment Issues; Environmental Policy and Politics; Environmental Politics; Geography; Human Geography
Disaster Politics; Resilience; Activism