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P. Newell, Roberts, T., Boyd, E., and Huq, S., Billions at stake in climate finance: Four key lessons, IIED Briefing Paper. 2009.
P. Newell and Phillips, J., Governing Clean Development: What Have We Learnt?, Governance of Clean Development Project Briefing 03. University of East Anglia, University of Sussex, 2011.
P. Newell, Jenner, N., and Baker, L., Governing clean development: A framework for analysis, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 001. 2009.
P. Newell, The Public, the Private and the Hybrid: Mapping the Governance of Energy Finance, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 010. 2010.
P. Newell, Climate Change, Human Rights and Corporate Accountability, in Climate Change and Human Rights, S. Humphrey, Ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, pp. 126-159.
P. Newell, Fit for purpose: Towards a development architecture that can deliver, in Re-thinking Development in a Carbon-Constrained World: Development Cooperation and Climate Change, E. Paluso, Ed. Finland: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2009, pp. 184 -196.
P. Newell and Bulkeley, H., Governing Climate Change. Routledge, 2010.
P. Newell and Bulkeley, H., Governing Climate Change. London: Routledge, 2010.
P. Newell and Paterson, M., Climate Capitalism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
P. Newell, Grant, W., and Matthews, D., The Effectiveness of EU Environmental Policy. Macmillan, 2000.
P. Newell, Climate for Change: Non-State Actors and the Global Politics of the Greenhouse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
P. Newell and Muro, A., Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility in Argentina, Journal of Corporate Citizenship, vol. 24, 2006.
P. Newell, Who CoPed out at Kyoto? An assessment of the Third Conference of the Parties to the FCCC, Environmental Politics, vol. 7, 1998.
P. Newell, Race, class and the global politics of environmental inequality, Global Environmental Politics, vol. 5, 2005.
P. Newell, From Geneva to Kyoto: The Second Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change, Environmental Politics, vol. 5, 2006.
P. Newell, Politics in a Warming World (Review Article), Environmental Politics, vol. 4, 1995.
P. Newell, Citizenship, accountability and community: The limits of the CSR agenda, International Affairs, vol. 81, 2005.
P. Newell and Garvey, N., Corporate accountability to the poor? Assessing the effectiveness of community-based strategies, Development in Practice, vol. 15, 2005.
P. Newell, Globalisation and the governance of biotechnology, Global Environmental Politics, vol. 3, 2003.
P. Newell and Levy, D., Business strategy and international environmental governance: Toward a neo-Gramscian synthesis, Global Environmental Politics, vol. 2, 2002.
P. Newell, A World Environment Organisation: The Wrong Solution to the Wrong Problem, The World Economy, vol. 25, 2002.
P. Newell, Managing Multinationals: The Governance of Investment for the Environment, Journal of International Development, vol. 13, 2001.
P. Newell and Levy, D., Oceans apart? Comparing business responses to the environment in Europe and North America, Environment, vol. 42, 2000.
P. Newell and Paterson, M., Climate for Business: Global Warming, the State and Capital, Review of International Political Economy, vol. 5, 1998.
P. Newell, Beyond CSR? Business, Poverty and Social Justice, Global Knowledge, 2008.