Patrick Trent Greiner
Patrick Trent Greiner
Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University
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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
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
Social drivers of water utility privatization in the United States: An examination of the presence of variegated neoliberal strategies in the water utility sector
PT Greiner
Rural Sociology 81 (3), 387-406, 2016
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
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
Designing spatiotemporal multifunctional landscapes to support dynamic wildlife conservation
AK Killion, A Dixon, J Gilbert, M Torralba, PT Greiner, AP Behrer
Journal of Land Use Science 13 (6), 615-630, 2018
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
The asymmetry of economic growth and the carbon intensity of well-being
PT Greiner, JA McGee
Environmental Sociology 6 (1), 95-106, 2020
How Long Can Neoliberalism Withstand Climate Crisis?
J McGee, P Greiner
Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine, 2020
Is urbanization good for the climate? A cross-county analysis of impervious surface, affluence, and the carbon intensity of well-being
PT Greiner, DA Shtob, JF Besek
Socius 6, 2378023119896896, 2020
Growth, power and time: developing a deeper understanding of anthropogenic drivers of carbon dioxide emissions from 1960-2015
PT Greiner
University of Oregon, 2018
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
Locked into Emissions: How Mass Incarceration Contributes to Climate Change
JA McGee, PT Greiner, C Appleton
Social Currents, 2329496520974006, 2020
WEB Du Bois and interdisciplinarity: A comprehensive picture of the scholar’s approach to natural science
JF Besek, PT Greiner, B Clark
Journal of Classical Sociology, 1468795X20938624, 2020
Community water system privatization and the water access crisis
PT Greiner
Sociology Compass 14 (5), e12785, 2020
Are the Goals of Sustainability Interconnected? A Sociological Analysis of the Three E’s of Sustainable Development Using Cross-Lagged Models with Reciprocal Effects
MT Clement, N Pino, P Greiner, J McGee
Sociology of Development 6 (1), 91-115, 2020
On Capitalist Power, Energy Markets and Climate Crisis at the End of Neoliberalism
J McGee, P Greiner
Time, Power and Environmental Impact
PT Greiner
Human Ecology Review 25 (1), 43-68, 2019
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