Julius Alexander McGee
Julius Alexander McGee
Assistant Professor, Portland State University
Verified email at pdx.edu
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Understanding the Jevons paradox
R York, JA McGee
Environmental Sociology 2 (1), 77-87, 2016
Does Renewable Energy Development Decouple Economic Growth from CO2 Emissions?
R York, JA Mcgee
Socius 3, 2378023116689098, 2017
Does certified organic farming reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural production?
JA McGee
Agriculture and Human Values 32 (2), 255-263, 2015
Renewable energy injustice: The socio-environmental implications of renewable energy consumption
JA McGee, PT Greiner
Energy Research & Social Science 56, 101214, 2019
Snakes in the greenhouse: Does increased natural gas use reduce carbon dioxide emissions from coal consumption?
PT Greiner, R York, JA McGee
Energy Research & Social Science 38, 53-57, 2018
The impacts of technology: a re-evaluation of the STIRPAT model
JA McGee, MT Clement, JF Besek
Environmental Sociology 1 (2), 81-91, 2015
Asymmetric relationship of urbanization and CO2 emissions in less developed countries
JA McGee, R York
PloS one 13 (12), e0208388, 2018
Can Reducing Income Inequality Decouple Economic Growth from CO2 Emissions?
JA McGee, PT Greiner
Socius 4, 2378023118772716, 2018
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
Sustaining without changing: The metabolic rift of certified organic farming
JA McGee, C Alvarez
Sustainability 8 (2), 115, 2016
Introducing the ecological explosion: A cross-national analysis of invasive species and economic development
JF Besek, JA McGee
International Journal of Sociology 44 (1), 75-93, 2014
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
Divergent pathways on the road to sustainability: A multilevel model of the effects of geopolitical power on the relationship between economic growth and environmental quality
PT Greiner, JA McGee
Socius 4, 2378023117749381, 2018
Is Labor Green?: A Cross-National Panel Analysis of Unionization and Carbon Dioxide Emissions
CH Alvarez, JA McGee, R York
Nature and Culture 14 (1), 17-38, 2019
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
The treadmill of alternatively fueled vehicle production
J McGee
Human Ecology Review 23 (1), 81-100, 2017
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
Racial Justice is Climate Justice: Racial Capitalism and the Fossil Economy
JA McGee, PT Greiner
https://www.hamptonthink.org/read/racial-justice-is-climate-justice-racial …, 2020
How Long Can Neoliberalism Withstand Climate Crisis?
JA McGee, PT Greiner
Monthly Review 74 (11), 12-19, 2020
The asymmetry of economic growth and the carbon intensity of well-being
PT Greiner, JA McGee
Environmental Sociology 6 (1), 95-106, 2020
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