Publications by Alice Vadrot

Selection of Anthropocene-related books and articles

 Assoc. Prof. Mag. Dr. Alice Vadrot

Vadrot, A., Langlet, A. and Tessnow-von Wysocki, I. (2021). Who owns marine biodiversity? Contesting the world order through the ‘common heritage of humankind’ principle. Environmental Politics 1-25.

Vadrot, A., Langlet, A., Tessnow-von Wysocki, I., Tolochko, P., Brogat, E. and Ruiz-Rodríguez, S. C. (2021). Marine Biodiversity Negotiations During COVID-19: A New Role for Digital Diplomacy? Global Environmental Politics 1-18.

Tolochko, P. and Vadrot, A. (2021). The usual suspects? Distribution of collaboration capital in marine biodiversity research. Marine Policy 124 (2).

Tessnow-von Wysocki, I. and Vadrot, A. (2020). The Voice of Science on Marine Biodiversity Negotiations: A Systematic Literature Review. Frontiers in Marine Science 7 (614282).

Vadrot, A. (2020). Ocean Protection. In: J.-F. Morin and A. Orsini, eds. Essential Concepts of Global Environmental Governance. Abingdon: Routledge.

Vadrot, A. (2020). Building authority and relevance in the early history of IPBES. Environmental Science & Policy 113, 14-20.

Vadrot, A. (2020). Multilateralism as a ‘site’ of struggle over environmental knowledge: the North-South divide. Critical Policy Studies, 14 (2): 233-245.

Hughes, H. and Vadrot, A. (2019). Weighting the World: IPBES and the Struggle over Biocultural Diversity. Global Environmental Politics 19 (2): 14–37.

Hughes, H., Suiseeya, K. R. M. and Vadrot, A. (2019). Methodological Innovation in the Study of Global Environmental Agreement Making. Global Environmental Politics 19 (2).

Vadrot, A. (2018). Endangered species, biodiversity and the politics of conservation. In: G. Kütting and K. Herman, eds. Global Environmental Politics Concepts, Theories and Case Studies. London & New York, 198- 226.

Vadrot, A., Rankovic, A., Lapeyre, R., Aubert, P.-M. and Laurans, Y. (2018). Why are social sciences and humanities needed in the works of IPBES A systematic review of the literature. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 31 (1): 78-100.

Rose D. C. et al. (2018). The major barriers to evidence‐informed conservation policy and possible solutions. Conservation Letters 11 (5): e12564.

Vadrot, A. (2017). Knowledge, International Relations and the structure–agency debate: towards the concept of "epistemic selectivities. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 30 (1): 61-72.

Vadrot, A. (2014). The Politics of Knowledge and Global Biodiversity. London: Routledge.