Nicholas Lynch
Nicholas Lynch
Associate Professor, Memorial University
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Diversifying and de-growing the circular economy: Radical social transformation in a resource-scarce world
K Hobson, N Lynch
Futures 82, 15-25, 2016
Sustainability-as-density and the return of the social: The case of Vancouver, British Columbia
N Quastel, M Moos, N Lynch
Urban Geography 33 (7), 1055-1084, 2012
Systems of practice and the Circular Economy: Transforming mobile phone product service systems
K Hobson, N Lynch, D Lilley, G Smalley
Environmental innovation and societal transitions 26, 147-157, 2018
Divisions and Disparities in Lotus-Land
D Ley, N Lynch
Research paper 223, 2012
Divine living: Marketing and selling churches as lofts in Toronto, Canada
N Lynch
Housing, Theory and Society 31 (2), 192-212, 2014
Ecological modernization, techno-politics and social life cycle assessment: a view from human geography
K Hobson, N Lynch
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 23 (3), 456-463, 2018
Domesticating the church: the reuse of urban churches as loft living in the post-secular city
N Lynch
Social & Cultural Geography 17 (7), 849-870, 2016
Gaming on the edge: Mobile labour and global talent in Atlantic Canada's video game industry
Y Pottie‐Sherman, N Lynch
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 63 (3), 425-439, 2019
The changing meanings of urban places
N Lynch, D Ley
Canadian cities in transition: New directions in the twenty-first century 4, 2010
Financial modelling strategies for social life cycle assessment: a project appraisal of biodiesel production and sustainability in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Z Sajid, N Lynch
Sustainability 10 (9), 3289, 2018
Converting” Space in Toronto: The Adaptive Reuse of the Former Centennial Japanese United Church to the “Church Lofts
N Lynch
The Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, 2011
Altared places: the reuse of urban churches as loft living in the post-secular and post-industrial city
NA Lynch
University of British Columbia, 2013
Adaptations on the edge: post-secular placemaking and the adaptive reuse of worship spaces in Newfoundland
N Lynch, R LeDrew
Social & Cultural Geography 23 (2), 309-329, 2022
Remaking the obsolete: Critical geographies of contemporary adaptive reuse
N Lynch
Geography Compass 16 (1), e12605, 2022
Unbuilding the city: Deconstruction and the circular economy in Vancouver
N Lynch
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 0308518X221116891, 2022
Sense of place on the periphery: Exploring the spatial practices of the creative class in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
E Costa, N Lynch
Canadian Journal of Urban Research 30, 1-15, 2021
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