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Dr Helen Kopnina

Assistant Professor

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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  • Does waste equal food? Examining the feasibility of circular economy in the food industry, Kopnina, H., Boatta, F., Baranowski, M., De graad, F. 4 Nov 2022, The Impossibilities of the Circular Economy, New York, London, Routledge
  • Exploring posthuman ethics: opening new spaces for postqualitative inquiry within pedagogies of the circular economy , Kopnina, H. 1 Sep 2022, In: Australian Journal of Environmental Education
  • Critical Evaluation of Sustainable Development Goals and Circular Economy in (Business) Education: Reflections on a Long-Term Sustainability Strategy of Degrowth, Kopnina, H., Benkert, J. 23 Aug 2022, Engagement with Sustainable Development in Higher Education, Cham, Springer
  • Exploring attitudes to biodiversity conservation and Half-Earth vision in Nigeria: A preliminary study of community attitudes to conservation in Yankari Game Reserve, Kopnina, H., Muhammad, N., Olaleru, F. 1 Aug 2022, In: Biological Conservation
  • Limits to Sustainable Development Goals: Discussing Lessons from Case Studies in (Un)sustainable Production, Kopnina, H. 10 Jun 2022, Towards a Circular Economy, Cham, Switzerland, Springer
  • Socially responsible consumption: Between social welfare and degrowth, Baranowski, M., Kopnina, H. 2022, In: Economics and Sociology
  • (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

anthropology PhD March 23 2002


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