- Children and the Environment
- ELiCiT (Exploring lifestyle changes in transition)
- Foundations for Sustainable Living
- Mapping Rebound Effects
- PASSAGE (Prosperity and Sustainability in the Green Economy)
- Policy Dialogue
- Price Responsiveness of Demand in Energy
- Resilience and Sustainable Lifestyles
- Sustainability Transitions in Food Systems
- Sustainable Living in Remote Rural Scotland
Visiting Research Fellow
Bronwyn is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Politics at the University of Canterbury. Between 2008-2011 Bronwyn's work with the SLRG team began when she was based in the UK on a 3 year special study leave as visiting fellow with the RESOLVE centre for research on sustainable lifestyles, Values and Environment at Surrey and the Tyndall Centre for climate change research, University of East Anglia. She is also a research associate at the University of Oslo on the Voices of the Future project about youth and climate change.
Today's 1.2 billion teenagers are growing up in a world very different from their parents and their grandparents. Bronwyn's research focuses on understanding children and young people’s political aspirations, participation and experiences in a rapidly changing physical and socio-economic environment.
Hayward, B. (2012) Children, Citizenship and Environment: Nurturing a Democratic Imagination in a Changing World. London: Earthscan/ Routledge. 240pp.
Hayward, B. (Ed.) (2008) Political Science, 60(1). Special issue: The Politics of Climate Change Issues for New Zealand and Small States of the Pacific (2008 ed.). London: Sage, on behalf of Victoria University of Wellington. 176pp.
Hayward, B. (Ed.) (2008) The Politics of Climate Change: Issues for New Zealand and Small States of the Pacific. Wellington: Dunmore Publishers.
Articles and Book chapters
Hayward, B., Collins, R. and Nissen, S. (2014) Children and Environment. In D. Demeritt, N. Castree and D. Richardson (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Geography: forthcoming. London: Wiley.
Hayward, B., Selboe, E. and O'Brien, K. (2014) Supporting resilience global citizenship in a changing climate: Lessons from Norway, Samoa and New Zealand. In UNICEF Office of Research (Ed.), The Challenges of Climate Change: Children on the front line: 79-86. Florence: Innocenti Insight, UNICEF Office of Research.
Abbas K, Christie I, Demassieux F, Hayward B, Jackson T, Pierre F (2013): Sustainable consumption and lifestyles? Children and youth in cities. In: ISSC/UNESCO, World Science Report 2013: Changing Global Environments (p.357-364), OECD Publishing and Unesco Publishing.
Druckman, A., Buck I., Hayward, B. and Jackson T. (2012) Unpaid time and gender: what are the implications for carbon emissions? New Economics Foundation, London. Sustainable Lifestyles Research Group, UK. 25.
Hayward, B. M. 2013: Rethinking resilence: reflections on the earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand, 2010 and 2011. Ecology and Society 18(4): 37.
Hayward, B., Donald, H. and Okeroa, E. (2011) Flourishing: Young Lives Well Lived in New Zealand. In United Nations Environment Programme (Ed.), Visions for Change: Country Papers: 56-61. Paris: United Nations Environment Programme.
Hayward, B., Jackson, T. and Evans, D. (2011) UK Youth: The conflicts of contemporary lifestyles. In United Nations Environment Programme (Ed.), Visions for Change: Country Papers: 99-105. Paris: United Nations Environment Programme.
Hayward, B (2012) Addressing dangerous climate change: Why citizenship matters more than behaviour change (Eds) Lawrence, J., A. Cornforth, and P.Barrett Climate Futures: Pathways for Society Wellington: NZ Climate Change research institute and Victoria University Press
Howden-Chapman, P., Chapman, R., Abrahamse, W., Awatere, S., Fougere, G., Frame, B., Krausse, M., Hayward, B., Mortimer, C., Stevenson, A. and Logie, J. (2011) Christchurch's regeneration: research and science-based insights. New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities, Wellington. 29.
Hayward, B. and O'Brien, K. (2010) Social contracts in a changing climate: security of what and for whom? In K. O'Brien, A.L. St. Clair and B. Kristoffersen (Ed.), Climate Change, Ethics and Human Security: 199-214. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hayward, B. (2009) Our Changing Political and Global Climate: Can we "grow" and remain "happy"? Women Talking Politics 7(Summer): 1-3.
O'Brien, K., Hayward, B. and Berkes, F. (2009) Rethinking Social Contracts: Building Resilience in a Changing Climate. Ecology and Society 14(2): 17pp (online).
Hayward, B. (2008) Let's Talk about the Weather: De-centering Democratic Debate about Climate Change. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 23(3): 79-98.
Hayward, B. (2008) Nowhere far from the Sea: Political Challenges of Coastal Adaptation to Climate Change in New Zealand. Political Science 60(1): 47-60.
Hayward, B. (2007) Living Together: Towards Inclusive Communities by Michelle Thompson-Fawcett and Claire Freeman ed. Otago University Press, Dunedin. 2007. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 2(2): 115-117.
Wilson Kelly, N. and Hayward, B. (2009) What makes them tick? Some young women voters' motivations and attitudes. In E. McLeay, K. Macmillan and J. Leslie (Ed.), Rethinking Women and Politics: 131-148. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
Hayward, B. (2006) Public Participation. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand Government and Politics (4th ed.): 514-524. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Hayward, B (2012) Canterbury’s Political Quake Christchurch Press Editorial perspective 30 March.
Hayward, B. and Jackson, T. (2011) New Graduates face a more uncertain future than ever before. The Guardian, UK: 11 Jun 2011.
Hayward, B. (2011) The young and the not so restless. The Press, Christchurch, New Zealand: 28 Apr 2011. Newspaper article.
Hayward, B. (2010) Where have all the adults gone? Open Democracy 10 Dec 2010. Online Article.
Hayward, B., Milne, T., Sheerin, C. and Wilson-Kelly, N. (2006) Youth civic participation - annotated bibliography (a public research database for the New Zealand Electoral Commission). Annotated Database on Web.
For more research publications, visit Bronwyn's University profile.