Tom Herbstein

University of Cambridge

Trinity Ln

Cambridge, CB2 1TN

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (3)

A Conceptual Framework to Enable the Changes Required for a One-Planet Future

Environmental Values, 24(5): 663-688.
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 04 Feb 2016
Independent, University of Cape Town (UCT), University of Cambridge, Independent, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Griffith Institute of Criminology
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Pro-environmental behaviour; conceptual framework; South Africa; case studies; change.

A Conceptual Framework to Enable the Changes Required for a One-Planet Future

Posted: 01 Mar 2018
Independent, University of Cape Town (UCT), University of Cambridge, Independent, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Griffith Institute of Criminology

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future; sustainability

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Policy Design and Nodal Governance: A Comparative Analysis of Determinants of Environmental Policy Change in a South African City

Froestad, J., Grimwood, S., Herbstein, T. & Shearing, C. 2015. Policy Design and Nodal Governance: A Comparative Analysis of Determinants of Environmental Policy Change in a South African City. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research & Practice, 17(2): 174-191.
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 06 Dec 2015
Bergen University College, University of Cape Town (UCT), University of Cambridge and Griffith Institute of Criminology
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policing; South Africa; nodal governance; environment

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City of Cape Town Solar Water Heater Bylaw: Barriers to Implementation

Cartwright, A., Parnell, S. Oelofse, G. & Ward, S. Eds. Climate Change at the City Scale: Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation in Cape Town. London: Earthscan, 244-262.
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 02 Apr 2016
Bergen University College, Griffith Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge and University of Cape Town (UCT)
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