For copies of any publications that are not linked here as open-access articles, please email Lenore.Newman@ufv.ca.
Many of these publications can also be accessed through Google Scholar and on Academia.edu.

POPULAR PRESS

Hurley, B. & Newman, L. (2014, March 28). Agricultural Land Reserve changes could impact B.C. citiesThe Georgia Straight.

Newman, L. (2013, November 9). It’s time to freeze exclusions to BC’s agricultural land reserveThe Vancouver Sun.

Newman, L. (2013). The Canadian fruit wine revolution. Modern Agriculture Magazine, 1(1), 36-37.

Newman, L. (2013, January 24). What a bit of R&D could reap: A prairie brimming with quinoaThe Globe and Mail.

SELECTED ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Nixon, D. & Newman, L. (2016). The efficacy and politics of farmland preservation through land use regulation: Changes in southwest British Columbia’s Agricultural Land Reserve. Land Use Policy 59, 227-240.

Newman, L. (2014). Commensality, sustainability, and restaurant clustering in a suburban communitySuburban Sustainability 2(2).

Newman, L. & Nixon, D. (2014). Farming in an agriburban ecovillage development: An approach to limiting agricultural/residential conflictSAGE Open 4(4).

Burnett, K. & Newman, L. (2014). Urban policy regimes and the political economy of street food in Canada and the United States. In R.C.V. Cardoso, M. Companion, & S.R. Marras (Eds.), Street Food: Culture, Economy, Health and Governance, (pp. 46-60). New York: Routledge.

Dale, A., Newman, L. & Newell, R. (2014). Patterns of our Footsteps: Rhythms, Diversity, and Topophilia in Urban LandscapesSpaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies 4(2), 85-93.

Newman L. (2014). Notes from the Nanaimo bar trailCanadian Food Studies 1(1), 10-19.

Newman L. (2014). Blackberries: Canadian cuisine and marginal foodsCuizine, 5(1).

Karlson, E., Newman, L., Hotte, N. & Martens, L. (2013). Climate Change Adaptation and Canada’s Crops and Food Supply. White paper published by the Adaptation to Climate Change Team, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Newman, L. & Dale, A. (2013). Celebrating the mundane: Nature and the built environment. Environmental Values, 22(3), 401-413.

Newman, L. & Burnett, K. (2013). Street food and vibrant urban spaces: Lessons from Portland, OregonLocal Environment, 18(2), 233-248.

Newman, L., Ling, C. & Peters-Snider, K. (2013). Between field and table: Environmental implications of local food distributionInternational Journal of Sustainable Society, 5(1), 11-23.

Newman, L., Dale, A. & Nixon, D. (2012). The frog dilemma: Urban stream restoration and the nature/culture dialecticEnvironments Journal, 38(1), 19-32.

Newman, L. (2012). Neige et citrouille: Seasonality in a Canadian urban market. CuiZine: The Journal of Canadian Food Cultures, 3(2). DOI : 10.7202/1012453ar

Newman, L. & Waldron, L. (2012). Towards walkable urban neighbourhoods. In A. Dale, W. Dushenko & P. Robinson (Eds.), Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place(pp. 106-126). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Newman, L., Dale, A. & Ling, C. (2011). Meeting on the edge: Urban spaces and diffusion of the novel. Spaces and Flows, 1(1), 1-14.

Ling, C. & Newman, L. (2011). Untangling the food web: Farm-to-market distances in British Columbia, Canada. Local Environment, 16(8), 807-822.

Dale, A. & Newman, L. (2010). All things counter, original, spare, strange: Why are we so bad at difference?Canadian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1(1), 38-43.

Dale, A., Newman, L. & Ling, C. (2010). Facilitating transdisciplinary research teams through on-line collaborationThe International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 11(1), 36-48.

Newman, L. & Dale, A. (2009). Large footprints in a small world: Towards a macroeconomics of scaleSustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, 5(1), 9-19.

Newman, L. (2009). Extreme local food: Two case studies in assisted urban small plot intensive agricultureEnvironments, 36(1), 33-43.

Dale, A., & Newman, L. (2009). Sustainable development for some: “Green” urban development and affordability. Local Environment, 14(7), 669-683. [Reprinted in Mandarin inUrban Insight.]

Newman, L., Waldron, L., Dale, A. & Carrier, K. (2008). Sustainable urban community development from the grass roots: Challenges and opportunities in a pedestrian street initiativeLocal Environment, 13(2), 129-139.

Newman, L. & Dale, A. (2008). Limits to growth rates in an ethereal economyFutures, 40(3), 261-267.

Dale, A. & Newman, L. (2008). Social capital: A necessary and sufficient conditionCommunity Development Journal, 45(1), 5-21.

Dale, A., Ling, C. & Newman, L. (2008). Does place matter: Sustainable community development in three Canadian communities. Ethics, Place, & Environment, 11(3), 267-281.

Newman, L. & Dale, A. (2007). Homophily and agency: Creating effective sustainable development networksEnvironment, Development and Sustainability, 9(1), 79-90.

Newman, L. (2007). The virtuous cycle: Incremental changes and a process-based sustainable development. Sustainable Development, 15, 267-274.

Dale, A. & Newman, L. (2006). Sustainable community development, networks, and resilienceEnvironments, 34(2), 17-27.

Newman, L. (2005). Uncertainty, innovation, and dynamic sustainable developmentSustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, 1(2), 25-31.

Newman, L. L. & Dale, A. (2005). Network structure, diversity, and proactive resilience building: A response to Tompkins and AdgerEcology and Society, 10(1), r2.

Dale, A. & Newman, L. (2005). Sustainable development, education and literacyJournal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 6(4), 351-362.