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Ms Lynda Dunlop


Senior Lecturer, University of York, United Kingdom



My research focuses on environmental, political and philosophical issues associated with education and youth participation in environmental decision-making. I recently co-led the British Educational Research Association 2021 Research Commission on Education for Environmental Sustainability and am currently co-leading DICEY (Dialogue on Climate Engineering with Youth), funded by the UKRI/RSA.



Dunlop, L., Atkinson, L., Stubbs, J., & Turkenburg, M. G. W. (2021). The role of schools and teachers in nurturing and responding to climate crisis activism. Children's Geographies, 19(3), 291-299.

Dunlop, L., Rushton, E., Atkinson, L., Cornelissen, E., de Schrijver, J., Stadnyk, T., Stubbs, J., Su, C., Turkenburg, M. G. W., Fernanda, V., Blake, C., Calvert, S., Dècle, C., Dhassi, K., Edwards, R., Malaj, G., Mirjanić, J., Saunders, W., Sinkovec, Y., ... Yuan, X. (2022). Youth co-authorship as public engagement with geoengineering. International Journal of Science Education Part B.

Dunlop, L., & Rushton, E. (2022). Putting climate change at the heart of education: Is England's strategy a placebo for policy? British Educational Research Journal. 

Dunlop, L., Rushton, E., Atkinson, L., Ayre, J., Bullivant, A., Essex, J., Price, L., Smith , A., Summer, M., Stubbs, J., Turkenburg, M. G. W., & Wood, L. (2022). Teacher and youth priorities for education for environmental sustainability: a co-created manifesto. British Educational Research Journal. 


Education, environment, politics
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