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About Pim Martens
Pim Martens holds the chair 'Sustainable Development' at Maastricht University (Netherlands) and is a professor extraordinary at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. He is the (founding) Director of the Maastricht University Graduate School of Sustainability Science (MUST), and has been Director of the International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS) from 2004-2013. Apart from his scientific work, Pim Martens is also a scientivist, intending to contribute to a better, more sustainable society. Pim Martens is founder of AnimalWise, a “think and do tank” integrating scientific knowledge and animal advocacy to bring about sustainable change in our relationship with animals.
- Baker-Shelley, A., Van Zeijl-Rozema & Martens, P. (2017). A conceptual synthesis of organisational transformation: How to diagnose, and navigate, pathways for sustainability at universities? Journal of Cleaner Production 145, 262-276.
- Holst, A. & Martens, P. (2016). Determinants of Animal Protection Policy: A Cross-Country Empirical Study. Politics and Animals, 1 - 14, nov. 2016.
- Keeler, LW., Wiek, A., Lang, D.J., Yokohari, M., Van breda, J., Olsson, L., Ness, B., Morato, J., Segalas, J., Martens, P.,Bojorques-Tapias, L. & Evans, J. (2016). Utilizing international networks for accelerating research and learning in transformational sustainability science. Sustainability Science, 11:749–762.
- Amiot, C., Bastian, B. & Martens, P. (2016). People and companion animals: it takes two to tango. BioScience, 66(7), 552-560.
- Martens, P., Enders-Slegers, M. & Walker, J.K (2016). The emotional lives of companion animals: attachment and subjective claims by owners of cats and dogs, Anthrozoös, 29:1, 73-88
- Oosterbroek, B., De Kraker, J., Huynen, M. & Martens, P. (2016). Assessing ecosystem impacts on health: A tool review. Ecosystem Services, 17 (237-254).
- Beumer, C. & Martens, P. (2016). BIMBY’s first steps: a pilot study on the contribution of residential front-yards in Phoenix and Maastricht to biodiversity, ecosystem services and urban sustainability. Urban Ecosystems, 19, 45–76.