Christina Ergas
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Women’s status and carbon dioxide emissions: A quantitative cross-national analysis
C Ergas, R York
Social Science Research 41 (4), 965-976, 2012
1512012
A model of sustainable living: Collective identity in an urban ecovillage
C Ergas
Organization & environment 23 (1), 32-54, 2010
1512010
Ecovillages, restitution, and the political-economic opportunity structure: an urban case study in mitigating the metabolic rift
C Ergas, MT Clement
Critical Sociology 42 (7-8), 1195-1211, 2016
292016
It's a Material World: Trends in Material Extraction in China, India, Indonesia, and Japan
R York, C Ergas, EA Rosa, T Dietz
Nature and Culture 6 (2), 103-122, 2011
232011
Women's Status and World-System Position: An Exploratory Analysis
R York, C Ergas
Journal of World-Systems Research, 147-164, 2011
182011
Cuban urban agriculture as a strategy for food sovereignty
C Ergas
Monthly Review 64 (10), 46, 2013
162013
How do slums change the relationship between urbanization and the carbon intensity of well-being?
JA McGee, C Ergas, PT Greiner, MT Clement
PloS one 12 (12), e0189024, 2017
142017
Urban density and the metabolic reach of metropolitan areas: A panel analysis of per capita transportation emissions at the county-level
C Ergas, M Clement, J McGee
Social science research 58, 243-253, 2016
122016
The Environmental Consequences of Rural and Urban Population Change: An Exploratory Spatial Panel Study of Forest Cover in the Southern U nited S tates, 2001–2006
MT Clement, C Ergas, PT Greiner
Rural Sociology 80 (1), 108-136, 2015
102015
Barriers to Sustainability: Gendered Divisions of Labor in Cuban Urban Agriculture
C Ergas
From Sustainable to Resilient Cities: Global Concerns and Urban Efforts, 2014
42014
Gender inequality, reproductive justice, and decoupling economic growth and emissions: a panel analysis of the moderating association of gender equality on the relationship …
JA McGee, PT Greiner, M Christensen, C Ergas, MT Clement
Environmental Sociology 6 (3), 254-267, 2020
32020
Racing to Reduce Emissions: Assessing the Relation between Race and Carbon Dioxide Emissions from On-Road Travel
JA McGee, C Ergas, MT Clement
Sociology of Development 4 (2), 217-236, 2018
32018
Sustainable Urban Agriculture in Cuba
C Ergas
MONTHLY REVIEW-AN INDEPENDENT SOCIALIST MAGAZINE 64 (10), 46-52, 2013
22013
A plant by any other name:... Foundations for materialist sociological plant studies
C Ergas, R York
Journal of Sociology, 14407833211017209, 2021
2021
Does Gender Climate Influence Climate Change? The Multidimensionality of Gender Equality and Its Countervailing Effects on the Carbon Intensity of Well-Being
C Ergas, PT Greiner, JA McGee, MT Clement
Sustainability 13 (7), 3956, 2021
2021
Racing to Reduce Emissions: Assessing the Relationship between Race and Carbon Dioxide Emissions from On-road Travel
JA McGee, MT Clement, C Ergas
2018
Barriers to sustainability: A qualitative cross-national comparison
CA Ergas
University of Oregon, 2013
2013
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