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Publications & Presentations 2014. Dustin Mulvaney. " Are green jobs just jobs? Cadmium narratives in the life cycle of photovoltaics." Geoforum. Available online February 20 2014. Dustin Mulvaney & Tim Krupnik. “Zero-tolerance for genetic pollution: Rice farming, pharm rice, and the risks of coexistence in California rice.” Food Policy. 45: 121–131. 2013 2013. Dustin Mulvaney. “Opening the Black Box of Solar Energy Technologies: Exploring Tensions Between Innovation and Environmental Justice.” Science As Culture 22(3): 214-21. 2013. Dustin Mulvaney & Anna Zivian. “Sowing seeds of hope in California's fields of resistance to Pharm rice and Frankenfish.” Journal of Political Ecology 20: 159–79. 2013. Peter Newell & Dustin Mulvaney. “The Political Economy of the Just Transition.” The Geographical Journal 178(3): 132–40. 2013. Nicholas Sakellariou & Dustin Mulvaney "Engineers and the Renewable Energy Transition: Challenges and Opportunities” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice 139(1): 12–18. 2013. Ronnie Lipschutz and Dustin Mulvaney. “The Road not Taken, Round II: Centralized v. Distributed Energy Strategies and Human Security.” Hugh Dyer (ed.) International Handbook of Energy Security Chapter 22. 2011. Peter Newell, Jon Phillips, and Dustin Mulvaney. Pursuing Clean Energy Equitably Human Development Research Paper 3. United Nations Human Development Report. 2011. Chris Bacon, Dustin Mulvaney, Tamara Ball, Ben Crow, Melanie Dupuis, Steve Gliessman, Ronnie Lipshutz, Ali Shakouri, “The Creation of an Integrated Sustainability Curriculum and Student Praxis.” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 12(2): 193–208. 2011. Dustin Mulvaney, Tim Krupnik, and Kaden Koffler, “Transgenic Rice Evaluated for Risks to Marketability.” California Agriculture 65(4): E161–E167. 2008. Dustin Mulvaney. “Finding vulnerabilities, exploring opportunities: reconfiguring production, consumption, and conservation in California rice.” Agriculture, Food and Human Values 25: 173-176. 2008. Dustin Mulvaney. “Making local places GE-Free in California’s contentious geographies of genetic pollution and coexistence.” in Max Boykoff, Kyle Evered, and Michael Goodman (eds.), Contentious Geographies: Environmental Knowledge, Meaning, and Scale. Ashland Publishing. EDITED REFERENCE VOLUMES 2013. General Editor, Green Atlas, Series Editor Paul Robbins, London: Sage. ISBN: 9781412995719 2011. General Editor, Green Technology, Series Editor Paul Robbins, London: Sage. ISBN: 9781412996921 2011. General Editor, Green Energy, Series Editor Paul Robbins, London: Sage. ISBN: 9781412996778 2011. General Editor, Green Food, Series Editor Paul Robbins, London: Sage. ISBN: 9781412996808 2011. General Editor, Green Politics, Series Editor Paul Robbins, London: Sage. ISBN: 9781412996792 WHITE PAPERS & MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS 2013. Evan Hansen, Dustin Mulvaney, and Meghan Betcher. Water Resource Reporting and Water Footprint from Marcellus Shale Development in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Prepared for EarthWorks. 2013. Hazardous Materials Used in Silicon PV Cell Production: A Primer. Solar Industry Magazine 6(8): 17–9. uction_A_Primer.html 2013. Transgenic Crops. In P. Thompson & P. Kaplan. Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics. Springer, NY. 2012. Ecological Risks from the Escape of Transgenic Salmon. White paper prepared for the Ocean Conservancy, June, in anticipation of FDA decision to deregulate transgenic salmon. Unpublished. 2011. Renewable Energy Deployment: Opportunities for Improvement. Desert Report, CNRCC Desert Committee, March 2011. 2009. Towards a Just and Sustainable Solar Industry, Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, San Jose, CA. 2009. entries for a) Precautionary Principle, b) Environmental movements, and c) New Jersey, in the Encyclopedia of Climate Change. London: Sage. 2007. entries for a) Biotechnology, b) Genetic Engineering, c) Green Movement, d) Maize, e) Salmon, f) Uncertainty, g) Free Trade in the Dictionary of Environment and Society, Paul Robbins, Ed., London: Sage. 2007. with Keith Warner and Lisa Newton “Genetic Engineering” Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society, Bob Kolb, ed. London: Sage. CHOICE award American Library Association; “outstanding” business referece, Reference Users Association. 2006. Hunt, John, et al. “Spatial relationships between water quality and pesticide application rates in agricultural watersheds.” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 121: 245-262. 2005. for Center for Food Safety, California Genetic Engineering Scorecard. 2004. with Jennifer Wells. Biotechnology, the Life Sciences Industry, and the Environment: An Annotated Bibliography. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Workshop on Environmental Politics. Available online at: