- Environmental policy
- Natural resource management
- Food security
- Biodiversity conservation
- Natural and industrial hazards
- Sustainable development
- Climate governance
- Social impact assessment
- Research Disciplines
- Sociology (1608)
Professor Stewart Lockie began his research career investigating the evolution and impacts of environmental policy in agriculture. This has since been extended to studies of biodiversity conservation, environmental standards, markets in ecosystem services, food security, coastal management, resource development, management of natural and industrial hazards etc.
Professor Lockie’s work is multidisciplinary, high impact and focussed on critical issues associated with global social and environmental change.
Professor Lockie is involved in numerous leadership activities both within and external to the University. He is immediate past President of the International Sociological Association’s Research Committee on Environment and Society and a member of the International Council for Science’s Committee for Scientific Planning and Review. He is also Foundation Editor of the journal Environmental Sociology.
In 2012, Professor Lockie was elected to fellowship of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
- 2012 - Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
These are the most recent publications associated with this author. To see a detailed profile of all publications stored at JCU, visit ResearchOnline@JCU. Hover over Altmetrics badges to see social impact.
- Journal Articles
- Boström M, Jönsson AM, Lockie SD, Mol APJ and Oosterveer P (2015) Sustainable and responsible supply chain governance: challenges and opportunities. Journal of Cleaner Production, 107. pp. 1-7
- Lockie SD, Travero J and Tennent R (2015) Private food standards, regulatory gaps and plantation agriculture: social and environmental (ir)responsibility in the Philippine export banana industry. Journal of Cleaner Production, 107. pp. 122-129
- Hogan A, Tanton R, Lockie SD and May S (2013) Focusing resource allocation-wellbeing as a tool for prioritizing interventions for communities at risk. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10 (8). pp. 3435-3452
- Hogan A and Lockie SD (2013) The coupling of rural communities with their economic base: agriculture, localism and the discourse of self-sufficiency. Policy Studies, 34 (4). pp. 441-454
- Book Chapters
- Hogan A, Cleary J, Lockie SD, Young M and Daniell K (2015) Localism and the policy goal of securing the socio-economic viability of rural and regional Australia. In: Rural and Regional Futures. Routledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 260-281
- Lockie SD and Ransan-Cooper H (2015) Biodiversity and sustainable development. In: Routledge International Handbook of Sustainable Development. Routledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 123-135
- Tennent R and Lockie SD (2015) Natural resource management in Australia: a historical summary. In: Rural and Regional Futures. Routledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 71-83
- Hong D, Xiao C and Lockie SD (2014) China's economic growth and environmental protection. In: Routledge International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change. Routledge International Handbooks. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 45-57
- Lockie SD, Sonnenfeld DA and Fisher DR (2014) Socio-ecological transformations and the social sciences. In: Routledge International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change. Routledge International Handbooks. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 1-12
- Lockie SD (2014) Neoliberalism by design: changing modalities of market-based environmental governance. In: Routledge International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change. Routledge International Handbooks. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 70-80
- Lockie SD (2014) Climate, scenario-building and governance: comprehending the temporalities of social-ecological change. In: Routledge International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change. Routledge International Handbooks. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 95-105
- Aslin H and Lockie SD (2013) Citizenship, engagement and the environment. In: Engaged Environmental Citizenship. Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin, NT, Australia, pp. 1-18
ResearchOnline@JCU stores 96+ research outputs authored by Prof Stewart Lockie from 1995 onwards.
- Current Funding
Current and recent Research Funding to JCU is shown by funding source and project.
Australian Research Council - Discovery - Projects
Farmers of the future: Challenges of a feminised agriculture in India
- Indicative Funding
- $5,910 over 3 years (administered by ANU)
- Neoliberal economic policies are fundamentally transforming the social landscapes of rural India, causing a deep agrarian crisis. The agrarian changes accentuate the unequal consequences for poor women and women in relation to: production (labour, tenure); livelihood and food security; access to and ownership of assets such as land and water and access to agriculture innovations and institutions. This multiscalar project investigates the causes and consequences of feminisation of agriculture in India's transitioning economy in order to understand how gender roles and relations are being re-shaped in communities and households in diverse socioeconomic and cultural contexts and agro-ecological areas.
- Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, Amita Shah, William Pritchard, Patrick J Kilby and Stewart Lockie (Australian National University, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, The University of Sydney and Cairns Institute)
- India; Food Security; feminisation; Women; neoliberal economic policy
Wet Tropics Management Authority - Research Grant
Collecting, cognitioning and capitalising local cultural knowledge for residential and visitor supply and demand: a Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area Traditional Owners rainforest Aboriginal peoples' study - regional overview
- Indicative Funding
- Visiting the 20 traditional owner groups and 80 legal entities as appropriate: 1. Tape recording discussion about the topic as known within each group; 2. Transcribing the recordings; 3. Appropriately sharin the information with stakeholders (including WTMA) as negotiated with the RAP groups;and 4. Developing a paper on the spread and nature of WTQWHA local Aboriginal cutural tourism products December 2015, finalised February 2016.
- Stewart Lockie in collaboration with Joann Schmider (Cairns Institute)
- Indigenous; Wet Tropics; Tourism; Culture
Australian Research Council - Discovery - Projects
Conflicting temporalities of climate governance: a comparative sociology of policy design and operationalisation in Australia and the UK
- Indicative Funding
- $237,865 over 3 years
- This research will investigate the ways in which climate governance both reflects and reconstitutes our understanding of the temporal dynamics of anthropogenic climate change. Through a comparative case study of Australia and the UK, the project aims to promote a deeper understanding of potential contradictions between the temporalities of global environmental change and the temporalities of governance strategies developed in response to it: to develop a more sophisticated sociological theorization of the temporalities of socio-ecological change; and to contribute to informed debate in Australia and elsewhere concerning the utility of key conceptual frameworks and policy instruments.
- Stewart Lockie (Cairns Institute)
- climate governance; environmental sociology; temporality
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These Higher Degree Research projects are either current or by students who have completed their studies within the past 5 years at JCU. Linked titles show theses available within ResearchOnline@JCU.
- Trauma and Gender in Natural Disasters and Conflict Contexts: A Comparative Study of Aceh, Indonesia and the Deep South, Thailand. (PhD, Primary Advisor)
- Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples at the local level - Self-determination (Masters, Secondary Advisor)
- Country Self-binding to the G20 and Financial Stability Board Reforms for Global Finance: Implications for Policy Negotiations (PhD, Primary Advisor)
- From Rural to Digital: The Rise of e-money in developing Economies (PhD, Primary Advisor)
- Investigating the role of alternative food networks in the proliferation and economic feasibility of agroecological practices in multifunctional landscapes (PhD, Secondary Advisor)
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- 1 collaboration
- Indicates the Tropics (Torrid Zone)
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