Key topics of current interest: sustainability sciences and education, sustainable consumption, environmental policy implementation, institutional changes to resource management, wetland policy, integrated resource management, sustainable agriculture, gender, graduate student supervision.
Refereed Articles in past 5 years
*Nelson, Paul, Mary Beckie, and Naomi Krogman. In Press. 2017. “The “Locavore” Chef in Alberta: A Situated Social Practice Analysis. Food, Culture and Society.
*Krogman, Naomi and Emily Huddart Kennedy. 2016. “The Potential of Emotional Energy and Mindfulness to Expand Sustainable Consumption Practices.” Tvergastein Interdisciplinary Journal of the Environment. 7(8):74-84.
*Hudson, Suraya, Naomi Krogman, and Mary Beckie. 2016. “Social Practices of Knowledge Mobilization for Sustainable Food Production: Nutrition Gardening and Fish Farming in the Kolli Hills of India.” International Journal of Food Security. DOI: 10.1007/s12571-016-0580-z. P. 1-11.
*Cynthia Amati, Brenda Parlee and Naomi Krogman. 2015. “Mapping Neo-Liberal Opportunity in Yellowknife and Whitehorse.” Northern Review. 41: 181-206.
Paul Johnson, Naomi Krogman, Lindsay Johnson, and Colleen Cassady St. Clair. 2015. “Dead Ducks and Dirty Oil: Media Representations and Environmental Solutions.” Society and Natural Resources. 28(4):345-359.
Rooney, Rebecca, Lee Foote, Naomi Krogman, John Pattison, Matthew Wilson and Suzanne Bayley. 2015. “Replacing natural wetlands with stormwater management facilities: biophysical and perceived social values.” Water Research. 73:17-28.
*Backman, C., P. Marck., N. Krogman, G. Taylor, A. Sales. 2014. “Barriers and Bridges to Infection Prevention and Control on a Surgical Unit at a Netherlands Hospital and a Canadian Hospital: A Comparative Case Study Analysis.” Canadian Journal of Infection Control. Fall:145-158.
*Clare, S., N. Krogman, K. Caine. 2014. “The “balance discourse”: A case study of power and wetland management.” Geoforum. 49:40-49.
*Huddart-Kennedy, H. Krahn and N. Krogman. 2014. “Egregious Emitters: Disproportionality in Household Carbon Footprints.” Environment and Behavior. 46(5):535-5.
*Huddart-Kennedy, E., N. Krogman and H. Krahn. 2013. “Sustainable Consumption and the Importance of Neighborhood: A Central-Urban/Suburban Comparison.” Canadian Journal of Sociology. 38(3):359-383.
*Emily Huddart Kennedy, Harvey Krahn & Naomi T. Krogman. 2013. “Are we counting what counts? A closer look at environmental concern, pro-environmental behaviour, and carbon footprint.” Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 20(2):220-236.
*Huddart-Kennedy, N. Krogman and H. Krahn. 2013. “Downshifting: an exploration of motivations, environmental behaviours, and well-being.” Sociological Forum. 28(4): 764-783.
*Clare, S., N. Krogman. 2013. “Bureaucratic slippage and Environmental Offset Policies: The Case of Wetland Management in Alberta.” Society and Natural Resources. 26(6): 672-687.
Krogman, N., C. Trentelmen, J. Brehm, and C. Flint. 2013. “Learning from the Pros: The role of IASNR and SNR in our Careers.” Society and Natural Resources. 26(20:176-183.
Books or book chapters in last 5 years
Huddart-Kennedy, Emily, Maurie Cohen, and Naomi Krogman (Eds). 2016. Putting Sustainability into Practice: Applications and Advances in Research in Sustainable Consumption. Edward Elgar Press. 253 pps.
*Krogman, Naomi, E. H. Kennedy, and M. Cohen. 2016. Pp. 231- 238 “Forging Further into Putting Sustainability into Practice” in Putting Sustainability into Practice: Applications and Advances in Research in Sustainable Consumption. Eds. Huddart-Kennedy, E., M. Cohen and N. Krogman (Eds). Edward Elgar Press.
Flint, C. and N. Krogman. 2014. “Contemporary Water Issues in Rural America.” Pps 190-207 in Rural American in a Globalizing World: Problems and Prospects for the 2010s. Eds. Bailey, C. L. Jensen, E. Ransom. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press.
*Kennedy, E.H., H. Krahn, and N.T. Krogman. 2013. Taking social practice theory on the road: A mixed methods case study of sustainable transportation. In, Ecological Macroeconomics, Social Practices, and the New Economics: Toward a Synthesis. Brown, H., Cohen, M., and P. Vergragt [Eds]. Chapter 12, Pp.252-276. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
*Allen, Trena and Naomi Krogman. 2013. “Unheard Voices: Aboriginal Content in Professional Forestry Curriculum.” In, Aboriginal People and Forest Lands in Canada. Tindall, D.B, R.L Trosper, & P. Perreault. Chapter 16, Pps. 247-263. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.