Hamil Pearsall
Hamil Pearsall
Associate Professor of Geography, Temple University
Verified email at temple.edu
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Urban sustainability and environmental justice: evaluating the linkages in public planning/policy discourse
H Pearsall, J Pierce
Local Environment 15 (6), 569-580, 2010
From brown to green? Assessing social vulnerability to environmental gentrification in New York City
H Pearsall
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 28 (5), 872-886, 2010
Assessing green gentrification in historically disenfranchised neighborhoods: a longitudinal and spatial analysis of Barcelona
I Anguelovski, JJT Connolly, L Masip, H Pearsall
Urban Geography 39 (3), 458-491, 2018
Concrete evidence & geographically weighted regression: A regional analysis of wealth and the land cover in Massachusetts
Y Ogneva-Himmelberger, H Pearsall, R Rakshit
Applied Geography 29 (4), 478-487, 2009
Moving out or moving in? Resilience to environmental gentrification in New York City
H Pearsall
Local Environment 17 (9), 1013-1026, 2012
New scholarly pathways on green gentrification: What does the urban ‘green turn’mean and where is it going?
I Anguelovski, JJT Connolly, M Garcia-Lamarca, H Cole, H Pearsall
Progress in human geography 43 (6), 1064-1086, 2019
Contesting and resisting environmental gentrification: Responses to new paradoxes and challenges for urban environmental justice
H Pearsall, I Anguelovski
Sociological Research Online 21 (3), 121-127, 2016
Superfund me: a study of resistance to gentrification in New York City
H Pearsall
Urban Studies 50 (11), 2293-2310, 2013
Human and biophysical legacies shape contemporary urban forests: A literature synthesis
LA Roman, H Pearsall, TS Eisenman, TM Conway, RT Fahey, S Landry, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 31, 157-168, 2018
Tree-lined lanes or vacant lots? Evaluating non-stationarity between urban greenness and socio-economic conditions in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA at multiple scales
H Pearsall, Z Christman
Applied Geography 35 (1-2), 257-264, 2012
The contested nature of vacant land in Philadelphia and approaches for resolving competing objectives for redevelopment
H Pearsall, S Lucas, J Lenhardt
Cities 40, 163-174, 2014
Staying cool in the compact city: vacant land and urban heating in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
H Pearsall
Applied geography 79, 84-92, 2017
Vacant land: The new urban green?
H Pearsall, S Lucas
Cities, 121-123, 2014
Opinion: Why green “climate gentrification” threatens poor and vulnerable populations
I Anguelovski, JJT Connolly, H Pearsall, G Shokry, M Checker, J Maantay, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (52), 26139-26143, 2019
Linking the stressors and stressing the linkages: Human—environment vulnerability and brownfield redevelopment in New York City
H Pearsall
Environmental Hazards 8 (2), 117-132, 2009
Growing a sustainable city?: the question of urban agriculture
CD Rosan, H Pearsall
University of Toronto Press, 2017
Exploring youth socio-spatial perceptions of higher education landscapes through sketch maps
H Pearsall, T Hawthorne, D Block, BLE Walker, M Masucci
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 39 (1), 111-130, 2015
Whither Rio+ 20?: demanding a politics and practice of socially just sustainability
H Pearsall, J Pierce, R Krueger
Local Environment 17 (9), 935-941, 2012
Examining the impact of environmental factors on quality of life across Massachusetts
Y Ogneva-Himmelberger, R Rakshit, H Pearsall
The Professional Geographer 65 (2), 187-204, 2013
Urban community garden agrodiversity and cultural identity in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
H Pearsall, S Gachuz, M Rodriguez Sosa, B Schmook, H Wal, MA Gracia
Geographical Review 107 (3), 476-495, 2017
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