Jens Newig
Jens Newig
Professor of Governance and Sustainability; Dean, School of Sustainab., Leuphana University Lüneburg
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What is social learning?
MS Reed, AC Evely, G Cundill, I Fazey, J Glass, A Laing, J Newig, ...
Ecology and society 15 (4), 2010
Leverage points for sustainability transformation
DJ Abson, J Fischer, J Leventon, J Newig, T Schomerus, U Vilsmaier, ...
Ambio 46, 30-39, 2017
Environmental governance: participatory, multi‐level–and effective?
J Newig, O Fritsch
Environmental Policy and Governance 19 (3), 197-214, 2009
A review of transdisciplinary research in sustainability science
P Brandt, A Ernst, F Gralla, C Luederitz, DJ Lang, J Newig, F Reinert, ...
Ecological economics 92, 1-15, 2013
Synapses in the network: learning in governance networks in the context of environmental management
J Newig, D Günther, C Pahl-Wostl
Ecology and society 15 (4), 2010
What is sustainable agriculture? A systematic review
S Velten, J Leventon, N Jager, J Newig
Sustainability 7 (6), 7833-7865, 2015
Importance of actors and agency in sustainability transitions: A systematic exploration of the literature
LB Fischer, J Newig
Sustainability 8 (5), 476, 2016
The Environmental Performance of Participatory and Collaborative Governance: A Framework of Causal Mechanisms
J Newig, E Challies, NW Jager, E Kochskaemper, A Adzersen
Policy Studies Journal 46 (2), 269-297, 2018
How does the context and design of participatory decision making processes affect their outcomes? Evidence from sustainable land management in global drylands
J De Vente, MS Reed, LC Stringer, S Valente, J Newig
Ecology and society 21 (2), 2016
From planning to implementation: Top‐down and bottom‐up approaches for collaborative watershed management
TM Koontz, J Newig
Policy Studies Journal 42 (3), 416-442, 2014
Multilevel water governance and problems of scale: Setting the stage for a broader debate
T Moss, J Newig
Environmental management 46, 1-6, 2010
Governance for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals: How important are participation, policy coherence, reflexivity, adaptation and democratic institutions?
LM Glass, J Newig
Earth System Governance 2, 100031, 2019
Multi-level governance, policy implementation and participation: the EU's mandated participatory planning approach to implementing environmental policy
J Newig, TM Koontz
Journal of European Public Policy 21 (2), 248-267, 2014
Steering for sustainable development: a typology of problems and strategies with respect to ambivalence, uncertainty and distributed power
JP Voß, J Newig, B Kastens, J Monstadt, B Nölting
Governance for Sustainable Development, 1-20, 2013
The role of public participation in managing uncertainty in the implementation of the Water Framework Directive
J Newig, C Pahl‐Wostl, K Sigel
European Environment 15 (6), 333-343, 2005
Experiments in climate governance–A systematic review of research on energy and built environment transitions
P Kivimaa, M Hildén, D Huitema, A Jordan, J Newig
Journal of Cleaner Production 169, 17-29, 2017
Does public participation in environmental decisions lead to improved environmental quality?: towards an analytical framework
J Newig
Communication, Cooperation, Participation (International Journal of …, 2007
Transforming European water governance? Participation and river basin management under the EU Water Framework Directive in 13 member states
NW Jager, E Challies, E Kochskämper, J Newig, D Benson, K Blackstock, ...
Water 8 (4), 156, 2016
Public participation and local environmental planning: Testing factors influencing decision quality and implementation in four case studies from Germany
A Drazkiewicz, E Challies, J Newig
Land use policy 46, 211-222, 2015
Communication regarding sustainability: Conceptual perspectives and exploration of societal subsystems
J Newig, D Schulz, D Fischer, K Hetze, N Laws, G Lüdecke, M Rieckmann
Sustainability 5 (7), 2976-2990, 2013
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