Cindy Isenhour
Cindy Isenhour
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology and Climate Change Institute, University of Maine
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On conflicted Swedish consumers, the effort to stop shopping and neoliberal environmental governance
C Isenhour
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 9 (6), 454-469, 2010
1562010
Why achieving the Paris Agreement requires reduced overall consumption and production
E Alfredsson, M Bengtsson, HS Brown, C Isenhour, S Lorek, D Stevis, ...
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 14 (1), 1-5, 2018
902018
Political Consumerism
M Micheletti, C Isenhour
Consumer Behavior in the Nordic Context, Karin M. Ekström, editor, 2010
66*2010
Building sustainable societies: A Swedish case study on the limits of reflexive modernization
C Isenhour
American Ethnologist 37 (3), 511-525, 2010
532010
Decoupling and displaced emissions: on Swedish consumers, Chinese producers and policy to address the climate impact of consumption
C Isenhour, K Feng
Journal of Cleaner Production 134, 320-329, 2016
472016
On the challenges of signalling ethics without the stuff: Tales of conspicuous green anti-consumption
C Isenhour
Ethical consumption: Social value and economic practice 164, 2012
362012
Sustainability in the Global City: Myth and Practice
C Isenhour, G McDonogh, M Checker
Cambridge University Press, 2015
322015
Unearthing human progress? Ecomodernism and contrasting definitions of technological progress in the Anthropocene
C Isenhour
Economic Anthropology 3 (2), 315-328, 2016
292016
Ensuring a post-COVID economic agenda tackles global biodiversity loss
P McElwee, E Turnout, M Chiroleu-Assouline, J Clapp, C Isenhour, ...
One Earth, 2020
282020
How the grass became greener in the city: on urban imaginings and practices of sustainable living in Sweden
C Isenhour
City & Society 23 (2), 117-134, 2011
282011
On materiality and meaning: Ethnographic engagements with reuse, repair & care
C Isenhour, J Reno
Worldwide Waste: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 2 (1), 1, 2019
272019
Energy and economy: Recognizing high‐energy modernity as a historical period
T Love, C Isenhour
Economic Anthropology 3 (1), 6-16, 2016
252016
Can consumer demand deliver sustainable food?: Recent research in sustainable consumption policy and practice
C Isenhour
Environment and Society 2 (1), 5-28, 2011
222011
Gender and Sustainable Consumption Policy
CMA Isenhour
International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development 4 (2/3), 135-149, 2009
222009
Integrating the social sciences to enhance climate literacy
R Shwom, C Isenhour, RC Jordan, AM McCright, JM Robinson
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (7), 377-384, 2017
192017
Moving up the waste hierarchy in maine: Learning from “best practice” state-level policy for waste reduction and recovery
C Isenhour, T Blackmer, T Wagner, L Silka, J Peckenham
Maine Policy Review 25 (1), 15, 2016
142016
Sustainable consumption and its discontents
C Isenhour
Sustainability, 133-154, 2015
142015
Building sustainable societies: Exploring sustainability policy and practice in the age of high consumption
C Isenhour
University of Kentucky, 2010
132010
Introduction: Moving Beyond the ‘Rational Actor’ in Environmental Governance and Conservation
ND Peterson, C Isenhour
Conservation and Society 12 (3), 229-232, 2014
122014
Introduction: Sustainability in the City: Ethnographic Approaches
G McDonogh, C Isenhour, M Checker
City & Society 23 (2), 113-116, 2011
122011
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