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|FINAL Toolkit (Posted Feb 10, 2017; updated Feb 27, 2017)|
Mang‐Benza C, Hunsberger C (2020) Wandering identities in energy transition discourses: Political leaders’ use of the “we” pronoun in Ontario, 2009–2019, Can. Geogr. / Le Géographe Can. 64 516–529. https://doi.org/10.1111/cag.12610.
Mang-Benza C (2021) Many shades of pink in the energy transition: Seeing women in energy extraction, production, distribution, and consumption, Energy Res. Soc. Sci. 73 101901.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101901.
Mang-Benza C, Baxter J, Smith-Fullerton R New discourse on Energy Transition as an Opportunity for Reconciliation? Analyzing Indigenous and Non-Indigenous communications in media and policy documents (forthcoming), Int. Indig. Policy J. (2021).
Walker C, Baxter J, Ellis G, Devine-Wright P, Adams M, Smith Fullerton, R. (2020) Scale, history and justice in community wind energy: An empirical review Energy Research and Social Science, 68: (online only until Oct 2020)
Walker C, Stephenson L, and Baxter J, (2018) “His main platform is ‘stop the turbines’”: Political discourse, partisanship and local responses to wind energy in Canada Energy Policy, 123: 670-681
Songsore E, Buzzelli, M, and Baxter J, (2018) Understanding developer perspectives and experiences of wind energy development in Ontario Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 36(4): 649-668
Baxter J, (2017) Participation promotes acceptance Nature Energy, 2
Walker C, and Baxter J, (2017) Procedural justice in Canadian wind energy development: A comparison of community-based and technocratic siting processes Energy Research and Social Science, 29: 160-69
Walker C, and Baxter J, (2017) “It's easy to throw rocks at a corporation”: wind energy development and distributive justice in Canada Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 133: 358-365
Fast, S., Mabee,W., Baxter, J., Christidis, T., Driver, L., Hill, S.,McMurtry, J.J., & Tomkow, M. (2016) Lessons learned from Ontario wind energyndisputes, Nature Energy, DOI:n10.1038/NENERGY.2015.28
Walker C, Baxter J, Ouellette D (2015) Adding insult to injury: The development of psychosocial stress in Ontario wind turbine communities, Social Science and Medicine, 133: 358-365
Walker C, Baxter J, Mason, S, Luginaah I, Ouellette D (2014) Wind energyidevelopment and perceived real estate values in Ontario, Canada, AIMS Energy Journal, 2(4): 424-442
Songsore, E., & Buzzelli, M. (2014). Wind energy development in Ontario: a:process/product paradox. Local Environment, 1-24.
Songsore, E., & Buzzelli, M. (2014). Social responses to wind energyidevelopment in Ontario: The influence of health risk perceptions and associated concerns. Energy Policy, 69, 285-296.
Walker C, Baxter J, Ouellette D (2014) "Beyond rhetoric to understandingydeterminants of wind turbine support and conflict in two Ontario, Canadaycommunities" Environment and Planning A 46(3): 730–745
Baxter J, Morzaria R, Hirsch R. (2013) A case-control study of support/opposition to wind turbines: Perceptions of health risk, economic benefits, and community conflict, Energy Policy 61: 931–943