Publications

fact sheets, videos and on-line publications

McCann and Wild-River (2013) The Bank Job Place Story. (note – this will take a little while to download before you can play it)

Wild-River (2017) Carbon Neutral Claim for Tom Moore, Glass Artist, incorporating 2015-2019 Doctoral Project and 2016 Magic Object Exhibitions. Public Disclosure Summary.

Landcare Perspective seasonal newsletters:

Wild-River (2014) “Heritage and the Land” in The Landcare Perspective. Autumn 2014.  p4.

Wild-River (2014) “The one stop shop is open for business wiothout green tape: what do all of these three-word slogans mean for Landcarers?” in The Landcare Perspective. Autumn 2014. pp6-7.

Wild-River (2014) “Extreme weather events and communities workshop, focusing on fire” in The Landcare Perspective. Autumn 2014. p18.

Wild-River (2014) “An update on the carbon farming initiative” in The Landcare Perspective. Autumn 2014. pp19-20.

Wild-River (2014) “A plan for managing Araluen Creek” in The Landcare Perspective. Winter 2014.  p14.

Wild-River (2014) “The Bank Job Continues” in The Landcare Perspective. Winter 2014. p15.

Wild-River (2014) “Have a wine about swine” in The Landcare Perspective. Winter 2014. p17.

Wild-River (2014) “Results from the Landcare Executive Workshop and Xmas in July” in The Landcare Perspective. Winter 2014. pp18-19.

Wild-River (2014) “Killing whales is bad science: lessons from the International Court of Justice ruling against JARPAII” Blog post on small ‘b’ sustainability.

Wild-River (2014) “Food security and the vegetable decathlon” Blog post on small ‘b’ sustainability.

Wild-River (2013) “Writing plain English science into legislation; or Compost Eats Methane” Blog post on small ‘b’ sustainability.

Wild-River (2013) “From the sun to my screens” Blog post on small ‘b’ sustainability.

Wild-River (2013) “Science and the MOOC” Blog post on small ‘b’ sustainability.

Wild-River (2013) “In search of the Climate Change Monster” Blog post on small ‘b’ sustainability.

Wild-River (2013) “Between the detail and the deep blue sea: optimising formal and informal science communication” Blog post on small ‘b’ sustainability.

Friends of Mongarlowe River (2009) The Macquarie Perch Project Place Story.

Wild-River, S. (2012) Western Palerang Water Futures Series 2012:

Wild-River, S. (2006) “How to have excellent natural resource management partnerships with local government

Wild-River, S. (2006) “Resilience: Enhancing local government capacity in natural resource management. Full inside-out reports.”

ANU sustainability videos:

Refereed journal articles and books

Dovers, S. and Wild-River, S. (eds) 2003, Managing Australia’s Environment. The Federation Press: Sydney.

Dovers, S. and Wild-River, S. 2001, eds. Processes and institutions for resource and environmental management: Australian experiences. Australian National University, 2001.

Wild-River, S. and Healy, S. (2010a) “Environmental Risk Management” in CCH Master Guide for Occupational Health, Safety and Environment.

Wild-River, S. and Healy, S. (2010b) “Environmental Risk Management” in CCH Master Environment Guide.

Wild-River, S. and Healy, S. (2007) Guide to Environmental Risk Management. CCH Australia.

Wild-River, S. (2006) “The role of local government in environmental and heritage management”. Article prepared for the 2006 Australia State of the Environment Committee, Department of Environment and Heritage, Canberra.

Wild-River, S. (2006) “Australian local government Attempts to Deliver Beneficial Environmental Outcomes”. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. 11:6, pp. 719-732.

Wild-River, S. (2006) “Preventing pollution from the Australian National University. In Filho, W.L. and Carpenter, D. (eds) Sustainability in the Australasian University Context. Berlin: Peter Lang pp. 267-282.

Wild-River, S. (2005) “Enhancing the sustainability efforts of local governmentsInternational Journal of Innovation and Sustainability. 1(1). pp. 46-64.

Wild-River, S. (2002) “Local Government” in Dovers, S. and Wild-River, S. (eds) 2003, Managing Australia’s Environment. Sydney: The Federation Press. pp. 338-362.

Wild-River, S. (2002) “The environmental implications of the local-state antinomy in Australia”. PhD thesis. The Australian National University: Canberra – Australia.

Wild-River, S. (2001) “Comparative environmental risk assessment: a practical and applied methodAustralian Journal of Environmental Management. pp.211-218.

Wild-River, S. (1993) “An interdisciplinary analysis of Australia’s National Strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Development”. First Class Honours Thesis, Griffith University. Part 1, and Part 2.

Other Selected Reports

Wild-River, S and Gilna, B. (2004) Environmental Futures Forums. Short report commissioned by the Australian National University.

Wild-River, S. (2013) Environmental Management Plan Implementation Mid-Term Report, ANU.

Wild-River, S. (1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006-7, 2008, 2009-10) Australian National University Annual Environmental Risk Assessment Report. Report for Environmental Management Planning Committee, Australian National University.

Wild-River, S. (2006) Enhancing rural local government capacity in Natural Resource Management. 14 reports on local government perspectives.

Wild-River, S. (2004) Do Local Government Plans Reflect Catchment Management Plans in the Murray Darling Basin? Short report commissioned by Murray Darling Basin Commission.

Wild-River, S. (1997) Brisbane City Council Environmental Benchmarking Study. The Australian National University.

Wild-River, S. (1998) Statewide benchmarking Study into Environmental and Other Impacts of the Queensland Environmental Protection Act 1994 for Environmentally Relevant Activities: Technical Report on Benchmarking Issues for Administering Authorities, Australian National University and Mary Maher & Associates.

 

SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

Broady, J. and Wild-River, S. (1997) “Achieving Waste Management Outcomes in Local Government”  paper presented at inaugural Young Waste Professionals Conference, Sydney.

Dovers, S. and Wild-River, S. 2002. “Institutions for Sustainable Development”, Paper presented at Sustaining our Communities conference, Adelaide, March 3-6, 2002.

Rooney, M. McMillin, J. and Wild-River, S. (2009) “Managing and monitoring student professional development through the ANU Environmental Management Program” paper presented at Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability. Sydney.

Wild-River, S. 2014. “Exploring the visions for Landcare“, Workshop presented at Living on the Edge, 21st Century Solutions for Environmental Practitioners, Annual Conference of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand. Hobart, 31 October 2014. 

Wild-River, S. 2014. “A beginner’s guide to the Carbon Farming Initiative and emissions reduction fund​“, paper presented at Living on the Edge, 21st Century Solutions for Environmental Practitioners, Annual Conference of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand. Hobart, 31 October 2014. ​

Wild-River, S. (2012) “Voluntary offsetting in the Asian Pacific Region. How to create demand and maintain quality and consistency in emerging markets” Carbon Forum Asia, Thailand.

Wild-River, S. (2012) “Improving sustainability of campus living: a tale of many projects.” International Alliance of Research Universities Sustainability Leaders Conference, Canberra.

Wild-River, S. (2012) “Campus as Sustainability Classroom”, Tertiary Education Manager’s Conference. Adelaide.

Wild-River (2010) “Showcasing sustainability – options and opportunities for reporting outcomes” paper presented at Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability Annual Conference, Melbourne.

Wild-River, S. (2010) The Great Green Debate Negative Team “Water resources are (not) a fundamental constraint to population growth”. ANU, Bruce Hall.

Wild-River, S. (2009) “From vision to implementation – lessons from best practice” 3rd International Colloquium Tokyo: Education and Sustainable Development, Capacity Building for the 21st Century. Hosei University Tokyo, October 2009.

Wild-River, (2009) “People, Place, Performance: Integrating across cycles of sustainability policy and practice at the Australian National University. Policy to Practice: Achieving better environmental Outcomes. Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference. Canberra, October 2009.

Wild-River, (2009) “ANUgreen Campus Environment and Sustainability Program” ISCN Award Lecture, International Sustainable Campus Network /Global University Leaders Forum Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2009.

Wild-River, (2008) “Comparative Environmental Risk Assessment: A Practical and Applied Method” paper presented at American Evaluation Association conference, Denver Colorado. 5-8 November 2008.

Wild-River, (2008) “Benefits and Opportunities in Implicit Evaluation: A Case Study in Approaching Sustainability at the Australian National University” poster presented at American Evaluation Association conference, Denver Colorado. 5-8 November 2008.

Wild-River, S. (2006), “Local government and natural resource management” paper presented at 62nd annual conference of the Murray Darling Association, Barham, NSW: 21st-22nd September 2006.

Wild River, S. (2006) “Enhancing local government capacity in natural resource management: results from a national study” paper presented at sharing the experience: learning through collaboration and innovation: the first national workshop for regional natural resource management. Gold Coast: 21-23 November 2006.

Wild-River, S. (2004) “Synthesising Knowledge from the outside-in and the inside-out.” Paper presented at Sustainable Economic Growth in Regional Australia 2004 conference on “Big Ideas for Regional Australia”. Alice Springs: 6-8 September.

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