Mark H Cooper
TitleCited byYear
Commercialization of the university and problem choice by academic biological scientists
MH Cooper
Science, Technology & Human Values 34 (5), 629-653, 2009
Building ‘cowshed cultures’: A cultural perspective on the promotion of stockmanship and animal welfare on dairy farms
RJF Burton, S Peoples, MH Cooper
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (2), 174-187, 2012
From agricultural science to “biological economies"?
H Campbell, R Burton, M Cooper, M Henry, E Le Heron, R Le Heron, ...
Taylor & Francis Group 52 (1), 91-97, 2009
Policy challenges for livestock emissions abatement: lessons from New Zealand
MH Cooper, J Boston, J Bright
Climate Policy 13 (1), 110-133, 2013
Measure for measure? Commensuration, commodification, and metrology in emissions markets and beyond
MH Cooper
Environment and Planning A 47 (9), 1787-1804, 2015
Absolving the sins of emission: The politics of regulating agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand
MH Cooper, C Rosin
Journal of Rural Studies 36, 391-400, 2014
New Zealand pastoral farmers and the mitigation of greenhouse gases in the agricultural sector
CJ Rosin, M Cooper, A MacKenzie, T Maegli
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 2011
Mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from livestock: complications, implications, and new political ecologies
C Rosin, M Cooper
Political Ecologies of Meat, 315-328, 2015
Markets and myopia beyond finance Emissions trading and the promise of market-based environmental governance
MH Cooper
Dialogues in Human Geography 1 (1), 38-41, 2011
Open Up and Say “Baa”: Examining the Stomachs of Ruminant Livestock and the Real Subsumption of Nature
MH Cooper
Society & Natural Resources 30 (7), 812-828, 2017
Climate Innovations in Finance
B van Veelen, M Cooper, J Hasselbalch, H Bulkeley, J Stripple, P Langley, ..., 2018
Encountering climate’s new governance
H Bulkeley, M Cooper, J Stripple
A Research Agenda for Global Environmental Politics, 137-148, 2018
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