Book Chapters

Andrew Karvonen, Chris Martin and James Evans. forthcoming. University Campuses as Testbeds of Smart Urban Innovation, in C. Coletta, L. Heaphy, L. Evans, and R. Kitchin (eds) Creating Smart Cities, London: Routledge.

Andrew Karvonen, Federico Cugurullo and Federico Caprotti. 2019. Introduction: situating smart cities, in A. Karvonen, F. Cugurullo and F. Caprotti (eds) Inside Smart Cities: Place, Politics and Urban Innovation, 1-12, London: Routledge.

Kerry Burton, Andrew Karvonen and Federico Caprotti. 2019. Smart goes green: digitalising environmental agendas in Bristol and Manchester, in A. Karvonen, F. Cugurullo and F. Caprotti (eds) Inside Smart Cities: Place, Politics and Urban Innovation, 117-132, London: Routledge.

Gregory Trencher and Andrew Karvonen. 2019. Innovating for an ageing society: insights from two Japanese smart cities, in A. Karvonen, F. Cugurullo and F. Caprotti (eds) Inside Smart Cities: Place, Politics and Urban Innovation, 258-274, London: Routledge.

Andrew Karvonen, Federico Cugurullo and Federico Caprotti. 2019. Conclusions: the long and unsettled future of smart cities, in A. Karvonen, F. Cugurullo and F. Caprotti (eds) Inside Smart Cities: Place, Politics and Urban Innovation, 291-298, London: Routledge.

Andrew Karvonen. 2018. City of permanent experiments?, in B. Turnheim, P. Kivimaa and F. Berkhout (eds) Innovating Climate Governance: Moving Beyond Experiments, 201-215, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2018. Afterword: planning and the non-modern city, in M. Kurath, M. Marskamp, J. Paulos and J. Ruegg (eds) Relational Planning: Tracing Artefacts, Practices and Practices, 317-325, London: Palgrave Macmillan. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2018. Community housing retrofit in the UK and the civics of energy consumption, in M. Eames, T. Dixon, M. Hunt, and S. Lannon (eds) Retrofitting Cities for Tomorrow’s World, 19-32, London: Wiley-Blackwell. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2017. Matthew Gandy, in Key Thinkers on Cities, ed. Regan Koch and Alan Latham, 87-92, London: Sage. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2017. From bioregions to heterotopias: alternative pathways to territorialising the environment, in Territorial Policy and Governance: Alternative Paths, ed. Ian Deas and Stephen Hincks, 165-184, London: Routledge. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2016. Low-carbon devices and desires in community housing retrofit, in Towards a Cultural Politics of Climate Change: Devices, Desires and Dissent, ed. Harriet Bulkeley, Matthew Paterson, and Johannes Stripple, 51-65, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Pre-Print PDF]

James Evans, Andrew Karvonen, and Rob Raven. 2016. The experimental city: new modes and prospects of urban transformation, in The Experimental City, ed. James Evans, Andrew Karvonen, and Rob Raven, 1-12, London: Routledge. [Pre-Print PDF]

Simon Guy and Andrew Karvonen. 2016. District heating comes to Ecotown: zero-carbon housing and the rescaling of UK energy provision, in Beyond the Networked City: Infrastructure Reconfigurations and Urban Change in the North and South, ed. Olivier Coutard and Jonathan Rutherford, 72-93, London: Routledge. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen. 2015. Pathways of urban nature: diversity in the greening of the twenty-first-century city, in Now Urbanism: The Future City is Here, ed. Jeff Hou, Ben Spencer, Thaisa Way, and Ken Yocom, 274-286, London: Routledge. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen, James Evans, and Bas van Heur. 2014. The politics of urban experiments: radical change or business as usual?, In After Sustainable Cities?, ed. Mike Hodson and Simon Marvin, 104-115, London: Routledge. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen and Ralf Brand. 2013. Expertise: specialised knowledge in environmental politics and sustainability, in Routledge Handbook of Global Environmental Politics, ed. P.G. Harris, 215-230, London: Routledge.

James Evans and Andrew Karvonen. 2011. Living laboratories for sustainability: exploring the politics and epistemology of urban transition, In Cities and Low Carbon Transitions, ed. Harriet Bulkeley, Vanesa Castán Broto, Mike Hodson, and Simon Marvin, 126-141, London: Routledge. [Pre-Print PDF]

Simon Guy and Andrew Karvonen. 2011. Using sociotechnical methods: researching human-technological dynamics in the city, In Understanding Social Research: Thinking Creatively about Method, ed. Jennifer Mason, Angela Dale, 120-133, London: Sage. [Pre-Print PDF]

Andrew Karvonen and Ralf Brand. 2009. Technical expertise, sustainability, and the politics of knowledge, In Environmental Governance: Power and Knowledge in a Local-Global World, ed. Gabriel Kütting and Ronnie Lipschutz, 38-59, London: Routledge. [Pre-Print PDF]