Jenni Cauvain and Andrew Karvonen. Forthcoming. Social housing providers as middle out actors of the UK’s low-carbon agenda, Energy and Buildings.

Gregory Trencher and Andrew Karvonen. forthcoming. Stretching “smart”: advancing health and wellbeing through the smart city agenda, Local Environment.

Andrew Karvonen and Simon Guy. 2018. Urban energy landscapes and the rise of heat networks in the UK, Journal of Urban Technology (earlyview online).

Jenni Cauvain, Andrew Karvonen & Saska Petrova. forthcoming. Market-based low- carbon retrofit in social housing: Insights from Greater Manchester, Journal of Urban Affairs.

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.