Environment and Planning C-Politics and Space

(The H4-Index of Environment and Planning C-Politics and Space is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
What can co-creation do for the citizens? Applying co-creation for the promotion of participation in cities34
Ban the (plastic) bag? Explaining variation in the implementation of plastic bag bans in Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda27
From right to good, and to asset: The state-led financialisation of the social rented housing in Italy25
Reclaiming the city one plot at a time? DIY garden projects, radical democracy, and the politics of spatial appropriation25
The revenge of the village? The geography of right-wing populist electoral success, anti-politics, and austerity in Germany24
Criminalizing solidarity: Search and rescue in a neo-colonial sea22
Rethinking the biopolitical: Borders, refugees, mobilities…20
Reframing refugee crisis: A “European crisis of migration” or a “crisis of protection”?18
Rethinking urban environmental and infrastructural governance in the everyday: Perspectives from and of the global South17
Beyond experiments: Embedding outcomes in climate governance16
“Wait for a permanent contract”: The temporal politics of (in)fertility as an early career researcher15
The hybrid governance of environmental transnational municipal networks: Lessons from 100 Resilient Cities15
Do no harm? The impact of policy on migration scholarship14
Minor keywords of political theory: Migration as a critical standpoint13