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‘Spotlight on . . . Critical school geography’, Geography, 105/3, 2020, pp. 157-160
Critical School Geography: Education for Global Citizenship, a self published ebook, 2020*
‘Powerful geographical knowledge is critical knowledge underpinned by critical realism’, International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 2017, DOI: 10.1080/10382046.2017.1366203*
‘Becoming critical. A challenge for the Global Learning Programme?’, International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning, 8/3, 2017, pp. 63-84*
‘Putting global citizenship at the heart of global learning: a critical approach’, Geography, 100/2, 2015, pp.76 -83*
(Co-authored with Arjen Wals) ‘The UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development: business as usual in the end’, Environmental Education Research, 21/3, 2015, pp. 491 – 505.*
‘Education for Sustainable Citizenship: an Emerging Focus for Education for Sustainability’, Chapter 16 in J. Huckle & S Sterling (eds.) Education for Sustainability, Routledge, 2014, pp. 228 – 243*
‘Education for sustainability citizenship in Europe’, Open Citizenship, 5/1, 2014, pp. 32 – 47
Entry on History (of the concept of sustainable development) in Rowe, D. (ed.), Achieving Sustainability: Visions, Principles and Practices, Detroit, Macmillan, 2014, pp. 450 – 459.*
‘Eco-Schooling and Sustainability Citizenship: exploring some issues raised by corporate sponsorship’ The Curriculum Journal, 24/2, 2013, pp. 206 -223.*
‘Teacher education for sustainability in network society: Combining sustainability and digital literacies’, Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 14/2, 2012, pp. 128-143.*.
‘Towards greater realism in learning for sustainabilty’ Chapter 1 in A. Wals & P. Corcoran (eds.) Learning for sustainability in times of accelerating change, Wageningen Academic, 2012,  pp. 35 – 48, ISBN978-90-8686-093-7*
‘Even more sense and sustainability’ (a review essay focussing on Ken Webster and Craig Johnson’s Sense and Sustainability), Environmental Education Research, 18/6, 2012, pp. 845-858.*
‘Sustainable Development’ Chapter 38 in J Arthur & A Peterson (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Education, Routledge, 2012, pp. 362 -371, ISBN 978-0-415-58347-3*
‘Bringing Sustainability into Sharper Focus’, Teaching Geography, Autumn 2011, pp. 118 -9.*
‘ESD and the Current Crisis of Capitalism: Teaching Beyond Green New Deals’, Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 4/1, 2010, pp. 135 – 142*
‘Sustainable schools: responding to new challenges and opportunities’, Geography, 94/1, Spring 2009, pp. 13 – 21*
‘Consulting the UK ESD community on an ESD indicator to recommend to Government: an insight into the micro-politics of ESD’, Environmental Education Research, 15/1, 2009, pp.1 – 15*
‘Sustainable Development’, Chapter 26 in J. Arthur, I Davies & C. Hahn (eds.) Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Democracy, Sage, 2008, pp. 342 – 354, ISBN 978 1 4129 3621 7*
‘An analysis of New Labour’s policy on education for sustainable development with particular reference to socially critical approaches’, Environmental Education Research, 14/1, 2008, pp. 65 – 75 *
Policies and Practices for Sustainable Development: a briefing paper for trainee teachers. Published on the citized website, December 2007*
A UK indicator fo the impact of formal learning on knowledge and awareness of sustainable development: proposals from the Sustainable Development Commission, 2006*  This is an independent report for the SDC and not an SDC publication*
Education for Sustainable Development in Initial Teacher Training: a briefing paper for the Teacher Training Resource Bank, TDA2006*
‘Further towards a theory of development education’, Development Education Journal, 11/1. October 2004
Community Action for Sustainable Development, 2004. A teaching unit for ITT tutors and beginning teachers. Published on the citized website.
Citizenship education for sustainable development in initial teacher training, 2004. A background article. Published on the citized website.
‘Critical realism: a philosophical framework for higher education for sustainability’ in Corcoran, P. & Wals, A. (eds.) Higher Education and the Challenge of Sustainability, Kluwer, 2004, pp. 33 – 46. ISBN 1 4020 2026 0*
‘Time to get real’ (the case for basing development education on global citizenship rather than global perspectives and dimensions), Development Education Journal, 9/1, October 2002, pp. 32 – 34
Education for Sustainability: a guide for primary schools, (Burning Issues in Primary Education, Issue 5), National Primary Trust, 2002. ISBN 1 898908 61 3*
‘Reconstructing Nature: towards a geographical education for sustainable development’, Geography, January, 2002, pp. 64 – 72
‘Global Citizenship in Initial Teacher Education’ (a discussion paper written for the Development Education Association), 2001
‘Towards Ecological Citizenship’ in Lambert D. & Machon P. (eds.), Citizenship Education through Secondary Geography, Routledge/Falmer, 2001. ISBN 0 415 23160 4
With Adrian Martin, Environments in a Changing World, Prentice Hall, 2001. ISBN 0582 32772 5
‘Locating Environmental Education Between Modern Capitalism and Postmodern Socialism: A Reply to Lucie Sauve’, Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 4, 1999, pp. 36 – 45
‘The WWF UK Reaching Out programme’ Chapter 20′  in Hicks D & Slaughter R (eds.), World Yearbook of Education 1998, Futures Education, Routledge, 1998, pp. 271 – 286. ISBN 0 7494 2236 X
‘Towards a Critical School Geography’ in Tilbury D. & Williams M. (eds.), Teaching and Learning Geography, Routledge, 1997. pp. 241 – 254. Reprinted in Smith M. (ed.), Teaching Geography in Secondary Schools, Routledge/Falmer with Open University, 2002, pp. 255 – 265
Co-editor with S Sterling, Education for Sustainability, Earthscan, 1996. (2nd edition with revised introduction and additional chapter, 2014)
‘Globalisation, postmodernity and citizenship’, in Steiner M. (ed.), Developing the Global Teacher: Theory to Practice in Teacher Education, Trentham Books, 1996, pp. 29 – 36
Part 1, Part 2 (Geography with Bob Digby) and Part 3 of Reaching Out: the tutors’ file (WWF’s programme of professional development for teachers), WWF Education Department, 1995.
‘Using Television Critically in Environmental Education’, Environmental Education Research, 1/3, 1995
‘Environmental Education and Sustainability: A view from Critical Theory’, in Fien J (ed.), Environmental Education: a pathway to sustainability, Deakin University Press, 1993, pp. 42 – 68
Geography section of The Decade of Destruction (an education pack to accompany Adrian Cowell’s films for Central Television), WWF Education Department, 1992.
‘Education for Sustainability: assessing pathways to the future’, Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 7, 1991, pp. 43 – 62
‘Environmental Education: teaching for a sustainable future’ in Dufour B (ed.), The New Social Curriculum, Cambridge University Press, 1988, pp. 150 – 166. ISBN 0 524 34875 7
What We Consume (a module of WWF’s Global Environmental Education Programme consisting of a Teachers Handbook and ten curriculum units), Richmond Publishing Company, 1988 –
‘Geography and World Citizenship’, in Fien J and Gerber R. (eds.), Teaching Geography for a Better World, Oliver & Boyd, 1988. ISBN 0 05 004259 9
‘Geography and Schooling’, in Johnston, R. (ed.), The Future of Geography, Methuen, 1985, pp. 291 – 306. ISBN 0 416 36700 3*
‘Ecological Crisis: Some Implications for Geographical Education’, Contemporary Issues in Geography and Education, 2/2, 1985, pp. 2-13*
Editor, Geographical Education: Reflection and Action, OUP, 1983 ISBN 0 19 913281
‘Values Education through Geography; A Radical Critique’, Journal of Geography,  Vol. 82, 1983, pp. 59-63*