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Hannis, M and Sullivan, S (2023) 'Extraction old and new: toxic legacies of mining the desert in southwestern Africa.' In: Kryder-Reid, E and May, S, eds. Toxic heritage: legacies, futures, and environmental injustice. Routledge, pp. 23-34. ISBN 9781003365259

Hannis, M (2021) 'We'll always have Paris.' In: Böhm, S and Sullivan, S, eds. Negotiating climate change in crisis. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, pp. 83-96. ISBN 9781800642621

Hannis, M (2020) 'Why virtue is good for you: the politics of ecological eudaimonism.' In: Bai, H, Chang, D and Scott, C, eds. A book of ecological virtues: living well in the Anthropocene. University of Regina Press, Regina. ISBN 9780889777569 Please click the title to check availability.

Sullivan, S, Ganuses, W.S, Hannis, M, Impey, A, Low, C and Rohde, R (2019) Future pasts: landscape, memory and music in West Namibia. 2nd ed. Future Pasts, Bath Spa University, Bath. ISBN 9781911126140

Ganuses, W.S, Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2019) Future Pasts: Landscape, Memory and Music in West Namibia [curators]. COSDEF Community Arts Venue, Swakopmund, Namibia, 5 - 15 June 2019.

Cottine, C, Hannis, M and Sullivan, S (2018) 'Dialogue.' In: Hartman, L.M, ed. That all may flourish: comparative religious environmental ethics. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, pp. 297-300. ISBN 9780190456030

Hannis, M and Sullivan, S (2018) 'Relationality, reciprocity and flourishing in an African landscape.' In: Hartman, L.M, ed. That all may flourish: comparative religious environmental ethics. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, pp. 279-296. ISBN 9780190456030

Hannis, M (2017) Killing nature to save it? ethics, economics and the trophy hunting of black rhinoceros. In: BSU Environmental Humanities Research Centre Public Lecture, 13 December 2017, Bath Spa University, UK.

Hannis, M (2017) 'After development: in defence of sustainability.' In: Foster, J, ed. Post-sustainability: tragedy and transformation. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138296497

Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2017) '“Mathematics maybe, but not money”: on balance sheets, numbers and nature in ecological accounting.' Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 30 (7). pp. 1459-1480. ISSN 0951-3574

Sullivan, S, Hannis, M, Impey, A, Low, C and Rohde, R (2017) Future pasts: landscape, memory and music in West Namibia. Future Pasts, Bath Spa University, Bath. ISBN 9781911126058

Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2017) ‘Mathematics maybe, but not money’: on balance sheets, numbers and nature in ecological accounting. In: Capitalizing Nature: Forms and Strategies for Economizing the Environment, 19th to 21st Century, 12 -13 June 2017, Centre Alexandre Koyré, Paris, France.

Hannis, M (2017) 'After development? In defence of sustainability.' Global Discourse, 7 (1). pp. 28-38. ISSN 2326-9995

Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2016) Ontology after truth? Ethnography and ethics in an unraveling world. In: Bath Spa's Research Centre for Environmental Humanities presents a Public Panel Discussion: Doing Interdisciplinarity with Depth, 15 December 2016, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK.

Hannis, M (2016) Killing nature to save it? Ethics, economics and rhino hunting in Namibia. Future Pasts Working Paper No.4. ISBN 9781911126041

Heap, T, Juniper, T, Huxham, M, Mace, G, King, M, Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2016) Does nature come with a price tag? In: Earthwatch Debate Series, 5 May 2016, Royal Geographical Society, London, UK.

Sullivan, S, Hannis, M, Impey, A, Low, C and Rohde, R.F (2016) Future pasts? Sustainabilities in west Namibia - a conceptual framework for research. Future Pasts Working Paper No.1. ISBN 9781911126034

Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2015) 'Nets and frames, losses and gains: value struggles in engagements with biodiversity offsetting policy in England.' Ecosystem Services, 15. pp. 162-173. ISSN 2212-0416

Hannis, M (2015) 'The virtues of acknowledged ecological dependence: sustainability, autonomy and human flourishing.' Environmental Values, 24 (2). pp. 145-164. ISSN 0963-2719

Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2014) “Mathematics maybe, but not money”: on the nature of numbers, and the numbers of nature. In: Ecological Accounts: Making Non-Human Worlds (In)visible During Moments of Socio-ecological Transformation, 26 August 2014, University of St. Andrews, UK.

Sullivan, S, Hannis, M, Jutta, K, O'Neill, J and Robertson, M (2014) New directions in conservation: a closer look at ‘value’ and offsetting. In: 2nd Forum on Natural Commons, on Challenging Biodiversity Offsetting and the Financialisation of Nature, 2 June 2014, Regents Park Hub, London, UK.

Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2014) Nets and frames, losses and gains: value struggles in engagements with biodiversity offsetting policy in England. LCSV working paper series no. 5. ISBN 9780992818944

Hannis, M and Rawles, K (2013) 'Compensation or bribery? Ethical issues in the treatment of communities hosting radioactive waste.' In: Oughton, D, Hansson, S and Baxter, M, eds. Social and ethical aspects of radiation risk management. Radioactivity in the Environment . Elsevier, London. ISBN 9780080450155

Hannis, M (2012) 'Nature, consumption and human flourishing.' In: Weintrobe, S, ed. Engaging with climate change: psychoanalytic and interdisciplinary perspectives. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9780415667623

Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2012) Offsetting nature? Habitat banking and biodiversity offsets in the English land use planning system. Green House. ISBN 9780956954572

Hannis, M (2011) 'Land-use planning, permaculture and the transitivity of development.' International Journal of Green Economics, 5 (3). pp. 269-284. ISSN 1744-9928

Hannis, M (2009) 'Planning for permaculture? Land-use planning, sustainable development, and 'ecosystem people'.' In: Bohm, S, Lohmann, L and Dabhi, S, eds. Upsetting the offset: the political economy of carbon markets. MayFly. ISBN 9781906948061

Hannis, M (2005) 'Public provision of environmental goods: neutrality or sustainability? A reply to David Miller.' Environmental Politics, 14 (5). pp. 577-595. ISSN 0964-4016

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