Academic Publications

  • Asiyanbi, A. P., Ogar, E., & Akintoye, O. A. (2019). Complexities and surprises in local resistance to neoliberal conservation: Multiple environmentalities, technologies of the self and the poststructural geography of local engagement with REDD+. Political Geography69, 128-138.
  • Bigger, P., Dempsey, J., Asiyanbi, A. P., Kay, K., Lave, R., Mansfield, B., … & Simon, G. L. (2018). Reflecting on neoliberal natures: an exchange. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space1(1-2), 25-75.
  • Asiyanbi, A. P. (2018). Financialisation in the green economy: Material connections, markets-in-the-making and Foucauldian organising actions. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space50(3), 531-548.
  • Asiyanbi, A. P. (2018). Democracy in the Woods: Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania and Mexico, by Prakash Kashwan, New York, Oxford University Press, 2017, xx+ 311 pp., Index, $78 (Hardback), ISBN 9780190637385. Environmental Politics. 27(4).
  • Asiyanbi, A.P. (2017) Book Review: Potter, Gary R., Angus Nurse and Matthew Hall (eds.). 2016. The geography of environmental crime: conservation, wildlife crime and environmental activism. Journal of Political Ecology, 24, 12-13.
  • Isyaku, U., Arhin, A. A., and Asiyanbi A. P. (2017) Framing justice in REDD+ governance: centring transparency, equity and legitimacy in readiness implementation in West Africa. Environmental Conservation. 44(3), 212-220
  • Asiyanbi A. P., Arhin, A. A., and Isyaku, U. (2017) REDD+ in West Africa: politics of design and implementation in Ghana and Nigeria. Forest, 8(3), 78.
  • Asiyanbi A. P. (2016). A political ecology of REDD+: Property rights, militarised protectionism, and carbonised exclusion in Cross River. Geoforum, 77, 146-156.
  • Asiyanbi A.P. (2016) Beyond utopia and a’power-full’ state: a response to Nuesiri. The Geographical Journal, 182(1), 104 -106.
  • Asiyanbi A.P. (2015) Mind the gap: global truths, local complexities in emergent green initiatives, in R.L. Bryant (ed.), International handbook of political ecology, Chelthenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 274 – 290.
  • Adelekan, I. O., & Asiyanbi, A. P. (2016). Flood risk perception in flood-affected communities in Lagos, Nigeria. Natural Hazards, 80(1), 445-469.
  • Asiyanbi A.P. (2015) “I don’t get this climate stuff!”: Making sense of climate change among the corporate middle class in Lagos. Public Understanding of Science, 24(8), 1007-1024.
  • Asiyanbi, A.P., Ayanlade, A., Antje, C. and Lewis, E. (2014) Lagos Case Study, in M. Pelling and S. Blackburn (eds.), Megacities and the Coast: Risk Resilience and Transformation. Routledge, Oxford. 205 – 209.