Geoforum is a leading international, inter-disciplinary journal publishing innovative research and commentary in human geography and related fields. It is global in outlook and integrative in approach. The broad focus of Geoforum is the organisation of economic, political, social and environmental systems through space and over time. Areas of study range from the analysis of the global political economy, through political ecology, national systems of regulation and governance, to urban and regional development, feminist, economic and urban geographies and environmental justice and resources management. Geoforum publishes research articles that are conceptually-led and empirically-grounded, critical reviews of recent research, and editorial interventions. It also features a highly-regarded 'themed issue' format that enables a focused exploration of emergent and/or significant areas of inquiry.
Published by Elsevier.
|Flows, system boundaries and the politics of urban metabolism: Waste management in Mexico City and Santiago de Chile||Journal Article||Guibrunet et al. Louise Guibrunet and Martin Sanzana Calvet and Vanesa Castán Broto||2016|
|Volume control: Stormwater and the politics of urban metabolism||Journal Article||Joshua Cousins Joshua Cousins||2016|
|A political-industrial ecology of water supply infrastructure for Los Angeles||Journal Article||Cousins and Newell Cousins, Joshua J. and Newell, Joshua P.||2015|
|Right to food, right to the city: Household urban agriculture, and socionatural metabolism in Managua, Nicaragua||Journal Article||Laura J. Shillington Laura J. Shillington||2013|