Carter, A. 2020
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
* publications with PhD and MA students
*Saha, C. and A. Carter. 2022. Extractive Industries and Society.
* Kapoor, A., G. Fraser, A. Carter, and D. Brooks. 2022.
* McKenzie, J. and A. Carter 2021. Extractive Industries and Society.
* Kapoor, A., G. Fraser, and A. Carter. 2021. The Extractive Industries and Society.
Brand, U., B. Muraca, É. Pineault, M. Sahakian, A. Schaffartzik, A. Novy, C. Streissler, H. Haberl, V. Asara, K. Dietz, M. Lang, A. Kothari, T. Smith, C. Spash, A. Brad, M. Pichler, C. Plank, G. Velegrakis, T. Jahn, A. Carter, Q. Huan, G. Kallis, J. Martínez Alier, G. Riva, V. Satgar, E. Teran Mantovani, M. Williams, M. Wissen, and C. Görg. 2021. Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy. 17:1, 265-292,
* Carter A. and J. McKenzie. 2020. Society and Natural Resources. 33(11), pp. 1339-58.
* Strauch, Y., T. Dordi, and A. Carter. 2020. Climatic Change. 160, pp. 181-201.
* Thistlethwaite, J., M. Wood, T. Dordi, and A. Carter. 2019. SAGE Business Cases, 26pp.
Carter, A. 2018. Studies in Political Economy. 99(2), pp. 151-174.
Fraser, G. and A. Carter. 2018. Ocean Yearbook. 32, pp. 267-82.
Carter, A., G. Fraser, and A. Zalik. 2017. Canadian Public Policy / Analyse de politiques. 43(1), pp. 61- 76.
* Carter, A. and L. Fusco. 2017. Journal of Rural and Community Development. 12(1), pp. 98-120.
* Fusco, L. and A. Carter. 2017. Interface. 9(2), pp. 276-99.
Carter, A., and E. Eaton. 2016. Review of Policy Research. 33(4): pp. 393-419.
Bourgault, D., F. Cyr, D. Dumont and A. Carter. 2014. Environmental Research Letters 9. pp. 1-14.
NON-REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
* Strauch, Y., A. Carter, and T. Homer-Dixon. 2020. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 76(5): 238-243.
REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS
Keep It in the Ground
Carter, A. Forthcoming.
In Energized: Keywords for a New Politics of Energy and Environment, I. Szeman and J. Wenzel (eds.). Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
Keeping Oil in the Soil: National Bans on Oil Extraction as the Future of Global Climate Policy?
*Norton, S. and A. Carter. 2023.
In Extractive Bargains: States, Resources and the Elusive Search for Consensus, P. Bowles and N. Andrews (eds.). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Megaprojects and Community Power: Tensions in Atlantic Canada’s Energy Transition
Haley, B, A. Carter, M. Adams, and N. Mercer. 2023.
In Sustainable Energy Transitions in Canada, M. Winfield, S. Hill, and J. Gaede, (eds.). Vancouver: UBC Press.
Canadian Ecological Political Economy
Carter, A. 2020.
In H. Whiteside (ed.) Canadian Political Economy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 103-20.
Engaging the Public to Avert the Risks of Oil Dependency
Carter, A. 2017.
In The Democracy Cookbook: Recipes to Renew Governance in Newfoundland and Labrador, A. Marland and L. Moore (eds.). St. John’s: ISER Books. 314-17.
The Petro-Politics of Environmental Regulation in the Tar Sands
Carter, A. 2016.
In First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta, L. Adkin (ed.). Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 152-89.
Fossil Capitalism and the Rentier State: Towards a Political Ecology of Alberta’s Oil Economy
Carter, A., and A. Zalik. 2016.
In First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta, L. Adkin (ed). Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 51-77.
Social Movements Scaling Up: Strategies and Opportunities in Opposing the Oil Sands Status Quo
Haluza-DeLay, R. and A. Carter. 2016.
In First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta, L. Adkin (ed.). Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 456-98.
Environmental Policy and Politics: The Case of Oil
Carter, A. 2016.
In Canadian Environmental Policy and Politics: The Challenges of Austerity and Ambivalence (4th Ed.), D. VanNijnatten (ed.). Don Mills: Oxford University Press. 292-306.
Petro-Capitalism and the Tar Sands
Carter, A. 2014.
In A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice, T. Black, S. D'Arcy, T. Weis and J. Russell (eds.). Toronto: Between the Lines. 23-35.
The Political Economy of the Labour Market in Newfoundland and Labrador
Peters, J., A. Carter, and S. Cadigan, S. 2014.
In First Among Unequals: The Premier, Politics, and Policy in Newfoundland and Labrador, A. Marland and M. Kerby (eds.). Montréal: McGill-Queen's UP. 247-64.
Joining Up and Scaling Up: Analyzing Resistance to Canada’s ‘Dirty Oil’
Haluza-Delay, R., and A. Carter. 2014.
In Activist Science and Technology Education, L. Bencze and S. Alsop (eds.). Springer Netherlands. 343-62.
Securing Alberta's Tar Sands: Resistance and Criminalization on a New Energy Frontier
Le Billon, P., and A. Carter. 2012.
In Natural Resources and Social Conflict: Towards Critical Environmental Security, M. Schnurr & L. Swatuk (eds.). London: Palgrave MacMillan. 170-92.
POLICY PUBLICATIONS, etc.
(e.g., articles in professional journals and reviews)
Dusyk, N., Cosbey, A., Carter, A., Christensen, L., Cameron, L., and Norton, S. 2023. International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Cameron, L., A. Carter, and K. Sievert. 2023. International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Cameron, L., and Carter, A. 2023. International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Hackett, F., C. Pétrin-Desrosiers, D. McGregor, C. Buse, C. Howard, A. Chisholm, and A. Carter. 2021. Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change, Canadian Medical Association, and Canadian Public Health Association.
* Carter A. and T. Dordi. 2021. Cascade Institute.
Review of Costly Fix: Power, Politics and Nature in the Tar Sands
Carter, A. 2019. A review of "Costly Fix: Power, Polictics and Nature in the Tar Sands" by Ian Urquhart in Alberta Views September, p. 57.
Carter, A., and E. Eaton. 2016. CCPA Monitor 23(3), pp. 20-24.
Extracting Stories of Resistance
Carter, A. 2015. A review of P. Bowles and H. Veltmeyer (eds.) The Answer Is Still No. CCPA Monitor 21(9), p. 33.
Oil and Gas Exploitation in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence: What Role for Government and University Researchers?
Bourgault, D., D. Dumont, F. Cyr, and A. Carter. 2014. CMOS Bulletin SCMO 42(1), pp. 30-32.
A Framework for Effective Environmental Regulation in Newfoundland and Labrador’s Offshore Oil and Gas Sector: Applying Lessons from the Offshore Helicopter Safety Inquiry
Carter, A. and G. S. Fraser. 2011. Submitted to the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Government of Canada, the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board, and the Commissioner of the Inquiry into Matters Respecting Helicopter Passenger Safety for Workers in the Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Area, Jan 20.