Publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Advancing sustainable consumption and production in cities – A transdisciplinary research and stakeholder engagement framework to address consumption-based emissions and impacts. Schröder S, Vergragt P, Brown H S, Dendler L, Gorenflo N, Matus K, Quist J, Rupprecht CDD, Tukker A, Wennersten R (2019). Journal of Cleaner Production 213, 114-125. View online (paywall) or request author’s copy at ResearchGate.
  2. Residents’ Perception of Informal Green Space—A Case Study of Ichikawa City, Japan. Kim M, Rupprecht CDD, Furuya K (2018). Land 7(3), 102. View online or download PDF (open access).
  3. Urban Agriculture as a Sustainability Transition Strategy for Shrinking Cities? Land Use Change Trajectory as an Obstacle in Kyoto City, Japan. Oda K, Rupprecht CDD, Tsuchiya K, McGreevy SR (2018). Sustainability 10(4), 1048. View online or download PDF (open access).
  4. Ready for more-than-human? Measuring urban residents’ willingness to coexist with animals. Rupprecht CDD (2017). Fennia 195(2), 142-160. Download PDF (open access).
  5. Informal urban green space: Residents’ perception, use, and management preferences across four major Japanese shrinking cities. Rupprecht CDD (2017). Land 6(3), 59. View online or download PDF (open access).
  6. Memories of vacant lots: How and why residents used informal urban greenspace as children and teenagers in Brisbane, Australia and Sapporo, Japan. Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA, Lo AY (2016). Children’s Geographies 14(3), 340-355. View online (paywall) or download free PDF.
  7. Informal urban green space: A trilingual systematic review of its role for biodiversity and trends in the literature. Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA, Garden JG, Hero J-M (2015). Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14(4): 883-908. View online (paywall) or download free PDF.
  8. ‘It’s real, not fake like a park’: Residents’ perception and use of informal urban green-space in Brisbane, Australia and Sapporo, Japan. Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA, Ueda H, Lo AY (2015). Landscape and Urban Planning 143: 205-218. View online (paywall) or download free PDF.
  9. Informal urban greenspace: a typology and trilingual systematic review of its role for urban residents and trends in the literature. Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA (2014). Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13(4): 597-611. View or download the article at Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (open access).
  10. Informal urban green-space: Comparison of quantity and characteristics in Brisbane, Australia and Sapporo, Japan. Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA (2014). PLoS ONE 9(6): e99784. View the article online or download the PDF (open access).
  11. 札幌市の都市イメージにおけるみどりの位置づけとその利用 (The role of green spaces in the city image of Sapporo). Ueda H, Rupprecht CDD (2014). Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 77(5), pp. 487-490. View the article at J-STAGE (open access) or download the PDF.

Book chapters

  1. Informal urban green space as anti-gentrification strategy? Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA (2017). In: Curran W., Hamilton T. (eds.), Just Green Enough: Urban development and environmental gentrification (Routledge Equity, Justice and the Sustainable City series), pp. 209-226. London, UK: Routledge. View preprint.

Edited work

  1. ポスト成長社会におけるランドスケープの方向: 「Degrowth」の可能性 (Future Directions of Landscape in Post-Growth Society). Co-edited Special Issue for the Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 83(1), 2019.

Preprints of forthcoming work

  1. Decolonizers of the imaginary. Rupprecht CDD, Kawai A. Submitted to ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, under revision since 12/2018. View preprint.

Other articles

  1. Degrowth(脱成長)とランドスケープ (Degrowth and landscape). Rupprecht CDD (2019). Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 83(1), pp. 6-7. (for Special Issue: ポスト成長社会におけるランドスケープの方向: 「Degrowth」の可能性)
  2. Sustainable consumption and production in cities. Vergragt, P., Schröder, P. and 13 other authors (2018). Scoping paper of the Future Earth SSCP KAN Urban Working Group.
  3. 情報の収穫者とバーチャル農家:アプリを使った消費者との持続可能なフードシステムの共創 (Information harvesters and virtual farmers: how smartphone food apps are enabling consumers to co-create more sustainable food systems). McGreevy SR, Rupprecht CDD (2017). Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 81(3), pp. 288-291.
  4. Enough is as good as a feast: here’s how we can imagine a brighter food future. Rupprecht CDD (2017). The Conversation. View online.
  5. The Potential of Absence: Informal Greenspace and its Unexpected Legacies. Rupprecht CDD (2015). Photo essay, MAS Context, spring-summer 2015 issue “Legacy”. View online.
  6. Our cities need more green spaces for rest and play – here’s how. Byrne JA, Rupprecht CDD (2014). The Conversation. View online.
  7. Green Isles Around the Corner: The Role and Design of Small Local Parks in Sapporo, Japan. In: Schulz E.; Okano H (Ed.), „URP GCOE Document 7: Managing Sustainability and Creativity: Urban Management in Europe and Japan“, Urban Research Plaza, Osaka City University. (2009) Download the PDF (p.64).
  8. Midorizukuri in Sapporo: citizen participation and ecology in urban planning. (original German title: Midorizukuri in Sapporo – Stadtplanung zwischen Ökologie und Basisdemokratie) MA thesis, supervisor: Prof. Dr. Evelyn Schulz, LMU.

Lectures, presentations, posters

  1. Unfamiliarity inference from Familiarity: Perception of Informal Green Space from the understanding of urban green space. Kim M, Rupprecht CDD (2019). AAG 2019, Washington DC.
  2. Whose social infrastructure? Young children’s green space access during daycare in aging Japan. Rupprecht CDD (2019). AAG 2019 Washington DC.
  3. 家庭の中のネオニコチノイド. 生活の中のネオニコチノイド系農薬を考えるーミツバチが教えてくれるもの (Neonicotinoids at home: What bees teach us about neonicotinoid pesticides in daily life). Spiegelberg M, Shinkai R, Rupprecht C (2019). Seminar in Kyoto.
  4. Decolonizers of the imaginary: Future and past generations, non-humans and spiritual beings. Rupprecht CDD, Kawai A (2019). RIHN Program 3 seminar.
  5. Imagined futures: planning for the unknown. Rupprecht CDD (2019). Talk at workshop on the future of food and agriculture in Bhutan. Royal University of Bhutan, College of Natural Resources.
  6. Trust me? Consumer trust in expert information on food product labels. Fujiyoshi L, Rupprecht CDD, McGreevy SR, Tayasu, I (2019) 1st ISO-FOOD International Symposium on Isotopic and Other Techniques in Food Safety and Quality, Slovenia. Won poster award!
  7. Beyond anthropocentrism – Towards a multispecies concept of sustainability. Rupprecht CDD (2019). RIHN-Peking University Lectures, Beijing.
  8. ミツバチと共に未来を作る (Co-desining a future with bees. ). Spiegelberg M, Rupprecht CDD, Shinkai R (2019). Talk at RIHN x Knowledge Capital: Ecology of living with small creatures.
  9. 暮らして楽しい、暮らし続けられる日本の脱成長ランドスケープ (Japan’s degrowth landscape: worth living in and sustainable). Rupprecht CDD (2019). Seminar on work not coopted by the need for profit: “degrowth + landscape + community”, 地域環境パートナシッププラザ Tokyo.
  10. Consumer trust in expert product labels: preliminary results of a five-country survey. Rupprecht CDD, Fujiyoshi L, McGreevy S, Tayasu I (2018). Poster at the 8th Symposium on Environmental Isotope Study.
  11. 趣味養蜂とハチミツ消費をめぐる動向ー養蜂家・消費者アンケートの結果から (Trends in hobby beekeeping and honey consumption: results from surveys of beekeepers and consumers, in Japanese). Shinkai, R, Rupprecht, CDD (2018). Invited talk at the 6th Japanese Bee Research Association Beekeeping Research Conference.
  12. Honeybees in urban Kyoto – bee superhighways and potential impact on urban agriculture. Spiegelberg M, Rupprecht CDD, Shinkai R, Gan J (2018). Presentation at the World Social Science Forum, Fukuoka.
  13. Subsist and thrive: caring for people and nature in post ‐ growth urban Japan. Rupprecht, CDD (2018). Presentation at the World Social Science Forum, Fukuoka.
  14. Decolonizers of the imaginary: Future and past generations, non-humans and spiritual beings. Rupprecht CDD, Kawai A (2018). Presentation at the First North-South Conference on Degrowth, Mexico City.
  15. Urban agricultural land loss in Kyoto, Japan: human wellbeing implications beyond food security. Rupprecht CDD, Oda K, Tsuchiya K, McGreevy S (2018). Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual Meeting, Cardiff.
  16. Decolonizers of the imaginary: Future and past generations, non-humans and spiritual beings. Rupprecht CDD, Kawai A (2018). Presentation at the 6th International Degrowth Conference, Malmö.
  17. Empowering residents to co-design their food systems: experimenting with future-oriented methods in Japan and Thailand. Rupprecht CDD, Mangnus A, Vervoort J, Kantamaturapoj K, Ota K, McGreevy S, Taniguchi Y et al. (2018). Presentation at the European Association of Social Anthropologists Meeting, Stockholm.
  18. Unintentional radicals? Informal gardening and changing social imaginaries in shrinking Japanese cities. Rupprecht CDD (2018). Presentation at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics 30th Annual Conference, Alternatives to Capitalism: Changing Everyday Life, Changing Capitalism session.
  19. Applying residents’ views of informal greenspace to urban green design. Rupprecht CDD (2018). Keynote at 5th Research Meeting, Road Ecology Research Society of Japan.
  20. From residents’ view of nature to more-than-human urban planning. Rupprecht CDD (2018). Invited mini-talk and pannelist at Japanese Institute for Landscape Architecture miniforum on Ecological Design of Urban Landscapes.
  21. Residents’ appreciation and management preferences of informal green space across four major Japanese shrinking cities. Rupprecht CDD (2018). Invited talk at Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2018.
  22. Trespassing foragers: Urban beekeeping in Japan on a formal-informal gradient. Spiegelberg M, Gan J, Shinkai R, Rupprecht CDD (2018). Presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2018, New Orleans.
  23. Residents’ Perception of the Possibility of Informal Green Space as an Supplementary Urban Green Space – A Case Study of Ichikawa City, Japan. Kim M, Rupprecht CDD, Furuya K (2018). Presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2018, New Orleans.
  24. Mapping agricultural land use change in Kyoto City (Japan) from 2007 to 2017. Oda K, Rupprecht CDD (2018). Presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2018, New Orleans.
  25. Food and informality: conceptualizing the other food system(s). Rupprecht CDD (2018). Presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2018, New Orleans.
  26. 計画と邂逅ー隙間や境界域の探検から学んだ教訓 (Plans and chance encounters: lessons from exploring gaps and liminal zones). Rupprecht CDD (2018). Invited talk at Fieldnet Lounge Seminar: Grassroots spaces of food and agriculture created by local residents — How to find them, how to study them?, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
  27. Urban agriculture as a sustainability transition strategy for shrinking cities? The case of Kyoto, Japan. Rupprecht CDD (2018). Presentation at 6th International Symposium for Future Earth in Asia: Sustainable Consumption in Asia, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature.
  28. Culinary mapping: exploring the personal foodsheds of locals and tourists. Rupprecht CDD (2018). Presentation at FEAST General Assembly, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature.
  29. Mapping agricultural land use change in Kyoto City (Japan), 2007-2017. Rupprecht CDD, Oda K (2017). Presentation at Mapping Urban Agriculture: Rethinking the power of maps for navigating transdisciplinary research on sustainability, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature.
  30. Biocultural cityscapes: Towards urban landscape stewardship. Rupprecht CDD (2017). Presentation at Agriculture and Human Impacts on the Environment: Japan, Asia and Beyond – RIHN/Berkeley Food Institute Joint International Workshop.
  31. FOSS4Gを用いた京都盆地の農地の変遷の把握 (Mapping agricultural landuse change in the Kyoto basin using FOSS4G) Oda K, Rupprecht CDD (2017). Presentation at FOSS4G 2017 KYOTO.KANSAI, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature.
  32. Territories of Encounter: Informal Urban Green Space in Shrinking Japanese Cities — a Birthplace for Convivial Imaginaries? Rupprecht CDD (2017). Invited presentation at East Asian Anthropological Association Annual Meeting 2017, Hong Kong.
  33. Cross-cultural culinary mapping — How locals and tourists navigate the foodscape of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Rupprecht CDD (2017). Poster presentation at the JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017.
  34.  Spatial typology in informal urban green spaces: The case of Ichikawa city, Japan. Kim M, Rupprecht CDD, Furuya K (2017). Presentation at the JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017.
  35. Degrowing urban Japan: From vacant lots to biocultural cityscapes. Rupprecht CDD, McGreevy SR (2017). Presentation & paper at American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2017, Boston. View the presentation at ResearchGate or Slideshare.
  36. Chiang Mai – Kyoto cross-cultural foodscape mapping. Rupprecht CDD (2017). Three-day participatory workshop, Chiang Mai University.
  37. 非公式緑地・都市農地 – 地図にでないものを探して (Informal green space and urban agriculture: in search of what the maps hide).  Rupprecht CDD (2017). Invited lecture, Putting urban green space and agriculture to work: An international view (seminar). University of Tokyo.
  38. Depopulation in East Asia: an opportunity to rethink long-term human-nature relationships. Rupprecht CDD. Invited presentation at the Culturally Mediated Environmental Issues: Ecological Connectedness in East Asia 2016, Nagoya University.
  39. 目的から考えるトレーサビリティーの方法論 (Why traceability? Methodological thoughts). Rupprecht CDD (2016). Presentation at 2nd Traceability Core Program Seminar, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature.
  40. 非公式緑地:過去・現在・未来 (Informal green space: past, present, future). Rupprecht CDD (2016). Presentation, 272nd Lunch Seminar, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature.
  41. 都市と自然の関係:食から見る生き物の絆 (The relationship of city and nature through the lens of food: ties between living things). Rupprecht CDD (2016). Invited lecture, Introduction to Food System Studies, Dōshisha University.
  42. Appreciating the non-human landscape? Urban residents’ willingness to coexist with animals and plants in Australia and Japan? Rupprecht CDD (2016). Presentation at the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2016.
  43. Informal greenspace as green infrastructure? Potential, challenges and future directions. Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA (2016). Presentation & paper at American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2016, San Francisco. View at ResearchGate or Slideshare.
  44. It’s real, no fake like a park: Informal greenspace as anti-gentrification strategy. Rupprecht CDD, Byrne JA (2015). Presentation & paper at American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2015, Chicago. View at ResearchGate or Slideshare.
  45. Remembering vacant lots: how residents used informal urban greenspace as children and teenagers in Japan and AustraliaRupprecht CDD, Byrne JA, Lo AY (2015). Presentation at the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2015. View at ResearchGate or at Slideshare.
  46. A trend of psychological landscape evaluation from the view point of survey papers. Aoki Y, Rupprecht CDD, Takayama N (2015). Presentation at the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2015. View at ResearchGate.
  47. Exploring reasons for residents’ use and appreciation of informal urban greenspace in Brisbane and Sapporo. Presentation at the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2014, panel Landscape appreciation. View/download the presentation at Academia.edu or at Slideshare. Please see included slide notes!
  48. Recreation research trends of MMV, 2002-2012. Aoki Y, Rupprecht CDD, Kumagai K (2014). Poster presentation at 7th International conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas.
  49. Appreciation of informal urban greenspace by Japanese and Australian residents. Presentation at the Japan GeoScience Union Meeting 2013, panel Landscape appreciation; won Student Outstanding Presentation Award. View/download the presentation at Academia.edu or at Slideshare. Please see included slide notes!
  50. Exploring informal urban greenspace in Brisbane and Sapporo. Presentation for URP 2013 Gold Coast Seminar Series, Griffith University (2013). View/download the presentation at Academia.edu or at Slideshare. Please see included slide notes!