PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Laycock Pedersen, R. (2019). Understanding and managing the impact of transience in student-led university food gardens. Doctoral thesis, Keele University, Keele, UK.

Briggs, S. J., Robinson, Z. P., Hadley, R. L., Laycock Pedersen, R. (2019). The importance of university, students and students’ union partnerships in student-led projects: A case study. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, ahead of print.

Laycock Pedersen, R., Robinson, Z. P., & Surman, E. (2019). Understanding Transience and Participation in University Student-Led Food GardensSustainability, 11(10), 2788.

Laycock Pedersen, R., & Robinson, Z. (2018). Reviewing University Community Gardens for Sustainability: taking stock, comparisons with urban community gardens and mapping research opportunitiesLocal Environment, 23(6), 652-671.

Maughan, C., Laycock Pedersen, R., & Pitt, H. (2018). The problems, promise and pragmatism of community food growingRenewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 33(6), 497-502.

Laycock Pedersen, R., & Lam, D. P. (2018). Second comment on ‘The climate mitigation gap: education and government recommendations miss the most effective individual actions’Environmental Research Letters, 13(6), 068001.

You can find copies my publications on my ResearchGate profile.

POPULAR PUBLICATIONS

Laycock Pedersen, R. & Lam, D. P. M. (2018). ‘Overpopulation’ and the environment: three ideas on how to discuss it in a sensitive way. The Conversation.

Laycock Pedersen, R. & Lam, D. P. M. (2018). Arrêter de faire des enfants pour sauver la planète ? Posons-nous d’abord les bonnes questions. The Conversation.

Laycock Pedersen, R. (2018). The oxymoron of time-efficient teaching. Learning and Professional Development Centre.

Laycock Pedersen, R. (2018). Everyone can (and should) listen!. Unmaking Single Perspectives: A Listening Project.