School of GeoSciences

School of GeoSciences


Simon Allen

Lecturer in Sustainable Development

Director of MSc in Environmental Sustainability


Leukhardt, F., and Allen, S. (2012). How environmentally focused is the German sustainability strategy? A critical discussion of the indicators used to measure sustainable development in Germany. Environment, Development and Sustainability, in press.

Hudson, L., Winskel, M., and Allen, S. (2011). The hesitant emergence of low carbon technologies in the UK: the micro-CHP innovation system. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 23: 311–326.

Eltham, D.C., Harrison, G.P., and Allen, S.J. (2008). Change in public attitudes towards a Cornish wind farm: implications for planning. Energy Policy, 36: 23–33.

Gaunt, M., Rye, T. and Allen, S.J. (2007). Public acceptability of road user charging: the case of Edinburgh and the 2005 referendum. Transport Reviews, 27: 85-102.

Dawson, T.P. and Allen S.J. (2007). Poverty reduction must not exacerbate climate change. Nature 446: 372.

Allen, S., Gaunt, M. and Rye, T. (2006). An investigation into the reasons for the rejection of congestion charging by the citizens of Edinburgh. Trasporti Europei, 32: 95-113.

Kahan, D.S., Xue, Y. and Allen, S.J. (2006). The impact of vegetation and soil parameters in simulations of surface energy and water balance in the semi-arid Sahel: A case study using SEBEX and HAPEX-Sahel data. Journal of Hydrology, 320: 238-259.

Xue, Y., Hutjes, R.W.A., Harding, R.J.H., Claussen, M., Prince, S.D., Lambin, E.F., Allen, S.J., Dirmeyer, P.A., Oki, T. (2004). The Sahelian Climate. In: Kabat et al. (Eds.). Vegetation, Water, Humans and the Climate: A New Perspective on an Interactive System. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2004, pp. 59-77. ISBN 3-540-42400-8.