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Dr Pauline Deutz

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Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • School of Environmental Sciences

Summary

Pauline's research interests are focused on the political and economic aspects of environmental issues, especially examining how the latter interrelate with the functioning and organisation of the capitalist economy.A particular interest is the building, and implications, of a Circular Economy (i.e., maximising the value from resources and minimising waste).Her research in this area includes multi-disciplinary collaborations with colleagues in environmental sciences, chemical and systems engineering.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate - Global Issues (leader) - Sustainable Futures - Advanced Field Skills (Hong Kong) (Leader) - Green Economy Postgraduate - Sustainable Waste Management (Leader) - Research Design and Methodology (Leader) - Working Beyond Disciplines (Leader) - Contemporary Research in Human Geography

Postgraduate

Pauline would welcome the opportunity to supervise projects in areas related to her research. UK/EU applicants are invited to propose topics related to cities, environment and livability or sustainable growth which can be considered for funding by the White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership. Funding will also be available in 2018 for a limited number of studentships relating to the Circular Economy project. Please email Pauline if you would like to be kept informed. Completed PhDs - Qiaozhi Wang, Knowledge Transfer to Facilitate Industrial Symbiosis : a Case Study of UK-China Collaborators, China Scholarship Council (2013) - Jalal Etriki, Municipal Solid Waste Management and Institutions in Tripoli, Libya: Applying the Environmentally Sound Technologies (ESTs) Concept, Libyan Government (2013) - Rui Zhao, Environmental Risk Management System Design for Hazardous Waste Materials, China Scholarship Council (2012) - Haji Abdullah, Muhammad Amirruddin, Analysis of Low Carbon Transport in Brunei Darussalam: Case Study of a Sustainability Transition in an Oil-Rich Economy, Brunei Government (2015) Committee member - Emy Jalil, Sustainability via Reverse Logistics: An Examination of Symbiosis Effect between Recycling System and Household Behaviour, Malaysian Government (2017) - Sarinah Omar, Sungai Liang Industrial Park (SPARK): Can Brunei Achieve its Sustainable Industrial Development? Brunei Government (2014) - Stephen Hall, Sustainable Cities: Land Use, Transport and Environmental Governance, White Rose Consortium of Universities (2015) - Marcela Mele, Urban Governance and Post-Communist Transition in Albania (2011) - Amy Proctor, Governance, Partnership and Sustainable Industrial Development, ESRC Case Studentship (2005) Current PhD supervisions - Tiraprapa Ratanachoti, Transition to Sustainable Industrial Waste Water Management in Thailand, Thai Government - Charlotte Mummery, Technological Change in a Fragmentary Policy Context: the Development of Hydraulic Fracturing (‘Fracking') in the UK, University of Hull - Bingni Deng, Green Transformation of Eco-Industrial parks in China, China Scholarship Council Committee member - Mbali Pewa, Community-Led Recycling in Rural South Africa, Commonwealth Scholarship - Elis Davies, Conversion of Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) to Biodiesel Using Microwave Technology, University of Hull - David Ross, The Role of Tourism Providers in Developing Intangible Archaeological Heritage Tourism Experiences: A Case of Alentejo (Portugal), University of Hull

Journal Article

Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities

Wurzel, R. K., Moulton, J. F., Osthorst, W., Mederake, L., Deutz, P., & Jonas, A. E. (2019). Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities. Environmental Politics, 28(1), 146-166. https://doi.org/10.1080/09644016.2019.1522039

Archaeological tourism : a creative approach

Ross, D., Saxena, G., Correia, F., & Deutz, P. (2017). Archaeological tourism : a creative approach. Annals of Tourism Research, 67, 37-47. doi:10.1016/j.annals.2017.08.001

Resource recovery and remediation of highly alkaline residues : a political-industrial ecology approach to building a circular economy

Deutz, P., Baxter, H., Gibbs, D., Mayes, W. M., & Gomes, H. I. (2017). Resource recovery and remediation of highly alkaline residues : a political-industrial ecology approach to building a circular economy. Geoforum, 85, 336-344. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.03.021

Building institutional capacity for industrial symbiosis development : a case study of an industrial symbiosis coordination network in China

Wang, Q., Deutz, P., & Chen, Y. (2017). Building institutional capacity for industrial symbiosis development : a case study of an industrial symbiosis coordination network in China. Journal of cleaner production, 142(4), 1571-1582. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.11.146

Reverse logistics in household recycling and waste systems: a symbiosis perspective

A Jalil, E. E., Grant, D. B., Nicholson, J. D., & Deutz, P. (2016). Reverse logistics in household recycling and waste systems: a symbiosis perspective. Supply chain management, 21(2), 245-258. https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-02-2015-0056