Publications

 

  • Lindberg, F., Fitchett, J. A., & Martin, D. M. (2019) “Disputes Between Tourist Regimes in Sustainable TourismJournal of Sustainable Tourism, 27 (8), 1277-1294. A*/Q1
  • Martin, D. M., Harju, A., Salminen, E., & Koroschetz, B. (2019) “More Than One Way to Float Your Boat: Product Use and Sustainability ImpactsJournal of Macromarketing, 39 (1), 71-87. A/Q2
  • Martin, D.M., Bergman, K., Harju, A.A., Koroschetz, B., Salminen, E., Solér, C., & Ziegler, F. (2018), “Understanding antifouling practices and consumption patterns”, in Helena Strand, Cecilia Solér and Mia Dahlstrom (Eds.) Changing Leisure Boat Antifouling Practices in the Baltic Sea: Results From the BONUS CHANGE Project. BONUS, pp.74-85.
  • Solér, C., Dahlstrom, M., Eriksson Wiklund, A., Gipperth, L., Martin, D.M., & Strand, H. (2018) “Constructing sustainable consumption from a system perspective- the case of leisure boat antifouling use in the Baltic Sea”, in Helena Strand, Cecilia Solér and Mia Dahlstrom (Eds.) Changing Leisure Boat Antifouling Practices in the Baltic Sea: Results From the BONUS CHANGE Project. BONUS, pp.10-18.
  • Solér, C., Bjökqvist, J., Dahlstrom, M., Eriksson Wiklund, A., Gipperth, L., Martin, D.M., Waterman, B., Wrange, A., & Ziegler, F. (2018), “Towards sustainable consumption and the way forward-the case of antifouling”, in Helena Strand, Cecilia Solér and Mia Dahlstrom (Eds.) Changing Leisure Boat Antifouling Practices in the Baltic Sea: Results From the BONUS CHANGE Project. BONUS, pp.123-125.
  • Viswanathan, M., Baskentli, S., Gallage, S., Grigortsuk, M., Martin, D. M., & Subrahmanyan, S. (2020) “A Demonstration of Symbiotic Academic-Social Enterprise in Subsistence Marketplaces: Researching and Designing Customised Sustainability Literacy Education in TanzaniaJournal of Public Policy & Marketing. A/Q1
  • Venugopal, S., Gau, R., Appau, S., Sample, K. L., & Pereira, R. C. (2019) “Adapting traditional livelihood practices in the face of environmental disruptions in subsistence communities” Journal of Business Research, 100, 400-409. A/Q1

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer