(in press). Education and full employment in the Capitalocene: Political possibilities, ecological imperatives. The Journal of Environmental Education.

(in press). A social ecological model of education: Economic problems, citizenship solutions. The Journal of Environmental Education.

2020. How big should the economy be? Geography Bulletin 52(1), 33-41.

2020. How Big Should the Economy Be: An Educational Imperative. New Economy Journal 2(4).

2017. Student activism: An exploration of pre-service teacher engagement. Australian Universities’ Review 59(1), 47-57.

2017. Teaching for sustainability: The role of (benefit) corporations. Geographical Education 30, 24-30.

Also, below is a paper I presented at the 2019 Australian Geography Teachers’ Association’s conference. It’s similar to the article above ‘How big should the economy be?’ but is applied to the NSW junior geography syllabus, rather than the senior Australian Curriculum: Geography.

Endless growth on a finite planet: An ecological economic approach to sustainability – AGTA conference 2019