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Dr Helen Kopnina

Senior Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr. Kopnina, Helen (Ph.D. Cambridge University, 2002) is the author of over two hundred peer-reviewed articles and (co)author and (co)editor of seventeen books on interrelated topics of environmental sustainability, circular economy, biological conservation, environmental ethics and animal ethics, and environmental education.

Helen Kopnina

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  • Invasion biology and its discontents: Human supremacy, language, and animal treatment, Kopnina, H., Coghlan, S. 29 Apr 2022, In: Visions for Sustainability
  • Kopnina H. Peer Review Report For: Network learning and transitional change in a global project for transforming sustainability education. [version 1; peer review: 1 approved with reservations]. Open Res Europe 2022, 2:22, Kopnina, H. 29 Mar 2022
  • “Nature's contributions to people” and peoples' moral obligations to nature, Piccolo, J., Taylor, B., Washington, H., Kopnina, H., Gray, J., Alberro, H., Orlikowska, E. 12 May 2022, In: Biological Conservation
  • Biomimicry design thinking education: a base-line exercise in preconceptions of biological analogies, Stevens, L., Kopnina, H., Mulder, K., De Vries, M. 1 Sep 2021, In: International Journal of Technology and Design Education
  • Ecodemocracy in practice: exploration of debates on limits and possibilities of addressing environmental challenges within democratic systems, Kopnina, H., Spannring, R., Hawke, S., Robertson, C., Thomasberger, A., Maloney, M., Morini, M., Lynn, W., Muhammad, N., Santiago-Ávila, F., Begovic, H., Baranowski, M. 22 May 2021, In: Visions for Sustainability
  • Exploring posthuman ethics: opening new spaces for postqualitative inquiry within pedagogies of the circular economy , Kopnina, H. 12 Oct 2021, In: Australian Journal of Environmental Education
  • (Im)possibilities of “circular” production: Learning from corporate case studies of (un)sustainability, Kopnina, H., Padfield, R. 1 Dec 2021, In: Environmental and Sustainability Indicators
  • “Nano” Regeneration: How Human Agency Intermediates Between Nature and Technology in Community-Based Energy, Walther, C., Poldner, K., Kopnina, H., Dentoni, D. 1 Dec 2021, In: Organization and Environment

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