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Joshua Newell

University of Michigan
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Joshua Newell is an Associate Professor in the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan. He is a broadly trained human-environment geographer, whose research focuses on questions related to urban sustainability, resource consumption, and environmental and social justice. Newell’s current research can be divided into two primary areas of interest. The first, Urban Infrastructure and Form, focuses on structural features of the urban form (e.g. built environment, transport, energy, and water infrastructure). The second research area, Urban Consumption and Commodities, focuses on the interrelationships between the consumption of consumer products, our responsibilities as global 'green' urban citizens, and the role of governance mechanisms and frameworks (including local institutions) in regulating product consumption. His research approach is often multi-scalar and integrative and, in addition to theory and method found in geography and urban planning, he draws upon principles and tools of industrial ecology, and spatial analysis.

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Member ID 0444
First Name Joshua
Last Name Newell
Member Since Nov 08, 2012

Research Interests

Urban Sustainability
Equity
Fusion of Industrial Ecology and Political Ecology
Commodity chains and corporations

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Organization University of Michigan
Email Only visible to members
City Ann Arbor
Country USA

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