Environment and Planning E-Nature and Space

(The H4-Index of Environment and Planning E-Nature and Space is 15. 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 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
The temporal fragility of infrastructure: Theorizing decay, maintenance, and repair33
Against climate apartheid: Confronting the persistent legacies of expendability for climate justice31
Greening extractivism: Environmental discourses and resource governance in the ‘Lithium Triangle’27
The Creatures Collective: Manifestings23
Magical disruption? Alternative protein and the promise of de-materialization23
A political ecology of data23
Making India’s cleanest city: Sanitation, intersectionality, and infrastructural violence22
The body as infrastructure22
Where species don’t meet: Invisibilized animals, urban nature and city limits20
New extractive frontiers in Ireland and the moebius strip of wind/data19
Procurement, finance and the energy transition: Between global processes and territorial realities18
New political ecologies of renewable energy17
New data infrastructures for environmental monitoring in Myanmar: Is digital transparency good for governance?16
Entangled agencies: Rethinking causality and health in political-ecology16
Conflicts, cooperation and experimentation: Analysing the politics of urban water through Accra’s heterogeneous water supply infrastructure15
Gorilla habituation and the role of animal agency in conservation and tourism development at Bwindi, South Western Uganda15
Indigenous climate change adaptation: New directions for emerging scholarship15