Urban Nature and Greening


Andrew Karvonen. 2011. Politics of Urban Runoff: Nature, Technology, and the Sustainable CityLondon: The MIT Press. 

**Winner of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning’s 2014 John Friedmann Book Award.**

Reviewed by Michael Finewood in The Professional Geographer; Gale Fulton in Journal of Planning Literature; Dawn Biehler in Journal of Historical Geography; Geoffrey L. Buckley in Environmental History; Christopher Wells in Journal of Urban History; Kristoffer Whitney in Technology & Culture; and Caitlin Dyckman in Journal of Planning Education and Research.

Journal Articles

Amanda Winter and Andrew Karvonen. 2022. Climate governance at the fringes: peri-urban flooding drivers and responses, Land Use Policy 117: 106124.

Nicholas A. Smart, Theodore S. Eisenman and Andrew Karvonen. 2020. Street tree density and distribution: an international analysis of five capital cities, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution – Urban Ecology 8: 562646.

Andrew Karvonen and Ken Yocom. 2011. The civics of urban nature: enacting hybrid LandscapesEnvironment and Planning A 43(6): 1305-1322.

Andrew Karvonen. 2010. Metronatural™: inventing and reworking urban nature in SeattleProgress in Planning 74(4): 153-202.

Book Chapters

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.

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.