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The Discursive Construction of Climate Change Negotiations - the Indian Arguments in UNFCCC." In China and India in Energy and Environmental Politics. University of Muenster, Germany, Submitted."
Workshop Report: "How do you manage? Unravelling the situated practice of environmental management"." EASST Review 31 (2012)."
Carbon Market and the Art of Making Emissions Reduction." In 6th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis: Discursive Spaces. Politics, Practices and Power. Cardiff, 2011."
Outsourcing Emissions: Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) as Ecological Modernisation." In Implementing Environmental and Resource Management, edited by M. Schmidt, V. Onyango and D. Palekhov. Heidelberg: Springer, 2011."
Sustainability as a localised performance: The production of carbon credits in a developing country site." In EASST010 conference: Practicing science and technology, performing the social. Trento, Italy, 2010."
In Carbon they Swear! Materiality and Sustainability in Climate Change." In 4S 2009 Annual Meeting of the The Society Society for Social Studies of Science., 2009."
Meaning of Sustainable Development in Early UNFCCC Negotiations." In 8th IAS-STS Annual Conference - Critical Issues in Science and Technology Studies, edited by Daniela Freitag, Bernhard Wieser and Günter Getzinger. Graz, Austria: Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technlogy and Society, 2009."
Technopolitical Mediations in the Climate Change Regime: STS Takes on Hot Air." In Yearbook 2008 of the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society, edited by Arno Bammé, Günter Getzinger and Bernhard Wieser. Munich/ Vienna: Profil, 2009."
Gandhi's technoscience: sustainability and technology as themes of politics." Sustainable Development Online, no. Nov 5 2008 (2008): n/a–n/a."
State Policies on Technological Modernisation and the Response of Fishing Community in Kerala In school of social sciences. New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) , 2003.