James Evans, Andrew Karvonen, Andres Luque-Ayala, Chris Martin, Kes McCormick, Rob Raven and Yuliya Voytenko Palgan. 2019. Smart and sustainable cities? Pipedreams, practicalities and possibilities, Local Environment 24(7): 557-564.

Gregory Trencher and Andrew Karvonen. 2019. Stretching “smart”: advancing health and wellbeing through the smart city agenda, Local Environment 24[7):610-627.

Christopher Martin, James Evans, Andrew Karvonen, Krassimira Paskaleva,
Dujuan Yang, and Trond Linjordet. 2019. Smart-sustainability: A new urban fix?, Sustainable Cities and Society 45: 640-648.

Jenni Cauvain, Andrew Karvonen & Saska Petrova. 2018. Market-based low- carbon retrofit in social housing: Insights from Greater Manchester, Journal of Urban Affairs 40(7): 937-951.

Andrew Karvonen and Simon Guy. 2018. Urban energy landscapes and the rise of heat networks in the UK, Journal of Urban Technology 25(4): 19-38.

Jenni Cauvain and Andrew Karvonen. 2018. Social housing providers as unlikely low-carbon innovators, Energy and Buildings 177: 394-401.

Chris Martin, James Evans, and Andrew Karvonen. 2018. Smart and sustainable? five tensions in the visions and practices of the smart-sustainable city in Europe and North America, Technological Forecasting & Social Change 133: 269-278.

Krassimira Paskaleva, James Evans, Christopher Martin, Trond Linjordet, Dujuan Yang, and Andrew Karvonen. 2017. Data governance in the sustainable smart city, Informatics 4(4): 41. [Open Access PDF]

Gordon Walker, Andrew Karvonen, and Simon Guy. 2016. Reflections on a policy denouement: the politics of mainstreaming zero-carbon housingTransactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41(1): 104-106. [Pre-Print PDF]

Kelly Watson, James Evans, Andrew Karvonen, and Tim Whitley. 2016. Re-conceiving building design quality: a review of building users in their social context, Indoor and Built Environment 25(3): 509-523. [Open Access PDF]

James Evans, Ross Jones, Andrew Karvonen, and Lucy Millard. 2015. Living labs and co-production: university campuses as platforms for sustainable transitionsCurrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 16: 1-16. [Open Access PDF]

Gordon Walker, Andrew Karvonen, and Simon Guy. 2015. Zero carbon homes and zero carbon living: sociomaterial interdependencies in carbon governanceTransactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40(4): 494-506. [Open Access PDF]

Catherine Grandclement, Andrew Karvonen, and Simon Guy. 2015. Negotiating comfort in low energy housing: the politics of intermediation, Energy Policy 84: 213-222. [Pre-Print PDF]

Simon Guy, Alan Lewis, and Andrew Karvonen. 2015. Conditioning demand: older people, thermal comfort and low-carbon housing, Energy Policy 84: 191-194. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen and Bas van Heur. 2014. Urban laboratories: experiments in reworking cities, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38(2): 379-92. [Pre-Print PDF]

James Evans and Andrew Karvonen. 2014. ‘Give me a laboratory and I will lower your carbon footprint!’ – urban laboratories and the pursuit of low carbon futures, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38(2): 413-30. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2013. Towards systemic retrofit: a social practices approachBuilding Research & Information 41(5): 563-74. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen and Ken Yocom. 2011. The civics of urban nature: enacting hybrid Landscapes, Environment and Planning A 43(6): 1305-1322. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2010. Metronatural™: inventing and reworking urban nature in Seattle, Progress in Planning 74(4): 153-202. [Pre-Print PDF]

Steven A. Moore and Andrew Karvonen. 2008. Sustainable architecture in context: STS and design thinking, Science Studies 21(1): 29-46. [Open Access PDF]

Ralf Brand and Andrew Karvonen. 2007. The ecosystem of expertise: complementary knowledges for sustainable development, Sustainability: Science, Policy and Practice 3(1): 21-31. [Open Access PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2004. Cation effects on chromium removal in permeable reactive walls, Journal of Environmental Engineering 130(8): 863-866.