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From urban sustainability transformations to green gentrification: urban renewal in Gaziosmanpaşa, Istanbul
M Yazar, H Dina, M Diana, SA Kerem, M Yuge, TF Thornton
Climatic Change 160 (4), 637-653, 2020
692020
Adaptation, exposure, and politics: Local extreme heat and global climate change risk perceptions in the phoenix metropolitan region, USA
M Yazar, A York, K Larson, L
Cities, 2022
302022
Enabling environments for regime destabilization towards sustainable urban transitions in megacities: comparing Shanghai and Istanbul
M Yazar, H Dina, M Diana, M Yuge, TF Thornton, SA Kerem, Z Dajian
Climatic Change 160 (4), 727-752, 2020
302020
Cultural models of and for urban sustainability: assessing beliefs about Green-Win
TF Thornton, D Mangalagiu, Y Ma, J Lan, M Yazar, AK Saysel, AM Chaar
Climatic Change 160 (4), 521-537, 2020
282020
Urban climate governance under the national government shadow: Evidence from Istanbul
M Yazar, A York
Journal of Urban Affairs 45 (7), 1265-1281, 2023
222023
Disentangling justice as recognition through public support for local climate adaptation policies: Insights from the Southwest US
M Yazar, A York
Urban Climate 41 (101079), 2022
222022
Cities in sustainability transitions: comparing Helsinki and Istanbul
A Kuokkanen, M Yazar
Sustainability 10 (5), 1421, 2018
212018
Heat exposure and the climate change beliefs in a Desert City: The case of Phoenix metropolitan area
M Yazar, A York, G Kyriakopoulos
Urban Climate 36, 100769, 2021
192021
Leveraging Shadow Networks for Procedural Justice
A York, M Yazar
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 57, 2022
182022
Nature-based solutions through collective actions for spatial justice in urban green commons
M Yazar, A York
Environmental Science and Policy 145, 228-237, 2023
152023
Urban climate resilience and water insecurity: future scenarios of water supply and demand in Istanbul
I Daloglu Cetinkaya, M Yazar, S Kilinc, B Guven
Urban Water Journal, 1-12, 2022
152022
Norm domestication challenges for local climate actions: A lesson from Arizona, USA
M Yazar
Environmental Policy and Governance, 2022
122022
Populist far right discursive-institutional tactics in European regional decarbonization
M Yazar, H Haarstad
Political Geography 105, 102936, 2023
82023
Governance learning from collective actions for just climate adaptation in cities
M Yazar, H Haarstad, D LL, A York
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities 4, 2022
82022
Right-wing and populist support for climate mitigation policies: Evidence from Poland and its carbon-intensive Silesia region
M Yazar, L Hermwille, H Haarstad
Regional Sustainability 3 (4), 281-293, 2022
32022
Diffusion of global climate policy: National depoliticization, local repoliticization in Turkey
M Yazar, I Daloglu-Cetinkaya, E Baykal Fide, H Haarstad
Global Environmental Change 81 (102699), 2023
22023
Climate Change, Governance, and Risk Perceptions in Urban Contexts
M Yazar
Arizona State University, 2021
22021
Enabling Opportunity Spaces for Transformation towards Sustainability (T2S) in Global Megacities: Comparative evidence from Shanghai and Istanbul
Y Ma, D Hestad, TF Thornton, D Mangalagiu, M Yazar, A Saysel, D Zhud
Working Paper. Environmental Change Institute Oxford, UK, 2016
22016
The nested hierarchy of urban vulnerability within land use policies fails to address climate injustices in Turkey
M Yazar, E Baykal Fide, I Daloglu Cetinkaya
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 26 (1), 30-46, 2024
12024
The green divide and heat exposure: urban transformation projects in istanbul
M Yazar, I Daloglu Cetinkaya, MC Iban, SS Bilgilioglu
Frontiers in Environmental Science 11, 2023
12023
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