Below is a list of the publications and conference presentations that Jodi-Anne has conducted as part of her sustainability related work. Some of these are available online.
Wheeler, L., Guevara, J.R. & Smith, JA, 2018, School–community learning partnerships for sustainability: Recommended best practice and reality, International Review of Education (2018) 64: 313.
Wheeler L, Lang J, Smith J and Gow B, 2014, Chapter 11: Conversations in School Community Learning Partnerships for Sustainability. In: Bartkowiak Theron I and Anderson K (eds), Engaging Australia: case studies of university-community engagement, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, United Kingdom, p183-206
Smith J, Wheeler L, Guevara JR, Gough A and Fien J, 2012, Conversations on school community learning partnerships for sustainability (a guidebook), RMIT University, ISBN: 9781921426957
Smith J, Mulligan M and Nadarajah Y, 2011, Scenarios for engaging a rural Australian community in climate change adaptation work. In: Ford JD and Ford LB (eds), Climate change adaptation in developed nations, Springer, Netherlands
Guevara R, King J and Smith J, 2010, Most significant change stories: lessons learned from the implementation of Resource Smart AuSSI Vic 2009, Sustainability Victoria, Melbourne.
Cowan G and Smith J, 2010, Expanding beyond AUSSI to do further sustainability initiatives, Eingana – Journal of the Victorian Association of Environmental Education, Vol 33, No.2, Sept 2010, p28-29
Smith J, 2010, Enabling action for sustainability – the role of partnerships, stories and psychology, Eingana – Journal of the Victorian Association of Environmental Education, Vol 33, No.1, May 2010, p10-13
Gidley, J., Fien, J., Smith, J-A., Thomsen, D. and Smith, T., 2009, Participatory futures methods: towards adaptability and resilience in climate-vulnerable communities, Environmental Policy & Governance, 19, p427-440
Nadarajah Y, Mulligan M, Smith J, le Nay L and Hindhaugh C, 2009, Unexpected sources of hope: climate change, community and the future. Globalism Research Centre and Global Cities Institute, RMIT University.
Mulligan M, Nadarajah Y, Smith J & Zalchendler Y, 2009, Chapter 6: Community, scenarios & narratives of action: reflections on a case study in the Hamilton region of Victoria. In: Martin J, Rogers M & Winter C (eds), Climate change responses across regional Australia: Social Learning & Adaptation, VUURN Press Inc, Australia, p88-113
Smith JM, 2006, Voice of experience: education (an interview). In: Martin P & Verbeek M (eds) 2006, Sustainability Strategy, Federation Press, Sydney, p200-203.
Smith JM, 2004, Redesign of government sustainability education programs – from raising awareness to obtaining behaviour change, PhD, University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales
Smith JM, 1997, The role of local government in working with industry and residents on environmental management, Environmental Health News, quarterly magazine of the Australian Institute of Environmental Health, SA Division. (3/97).
Smith JM, 1996, Environmental Health Officer roles into the 21st Century, Environment SA Magazine, quarterly magazine of the Conservation Council of SA. (5/96).
Smith JM, 1996, Food Handlers Update, Environmental Health News, magazine of Australian Institute of Environmental Health, SA Div (6/96)
Smith JM, 1995, The use of economics in saving our environment, Environmental Health News, magazine of Australian Institute of Environmental Health, SA Div (12/95)
Sustainability Conference Presentations
RECNA, APLN, and Nautilus Institute, 2020, Pandemic-Nuclear Nexus Scenarios Project, Online Workshop 31 Oct – 1 Nov and 14 – 15 Nov 2020. (Facilitator Doug Randall, Co-facilitators Jodi-Anne Smith, Bernise Ang, Jamais Cascio, Kiho Yi)
Smith J and Moore N, 2019, Hoarding and/or squalor initiatives to reduce health risk and improve wellbeing in the community, 44th National Environmental Health Australia Conference, 6-8 Nov, Adelaide.
Smith J and Nicks C, 2014, Legionella: Implications of a nebuliser, 39th National Environmental Health Australia Conference, 15-17 Oct, Adelaide
Smith J, 2009, Enabling action for sustainability: the role of partnerships, stories and psychology, Keynote Presentation at the Victorian State Conference of the Australian Association of Environmental Education, 3-4 Sept 2009, Melbourne
Smith J and Black R, 2009, Workshop on School-Community Learning Partnerships for Sustainability at the Victorian Association of Environmental Education Conference 3 Sept 2009, Melbourne
Smith JM, 2005, Obtaining behaviour change not just raising awareness, Australian Association of Environmental Education, SA Division Workshop on my PhD, Adelaide 22 June 2005
Smith JM, 2003, Using action inquiry and systems thinking to improve practices – review of three local governments initiatives for reducing stormwater pollution from the construction sector., Australian New Zealand Systems Conference, Melbourne Australia. Awarded best paper in the sustainability stream!
Smith JM, 2002, Behaviour change the true measure of success from environmental education programs for business personnel, National Australian Association of Environmental Education Conference, Brisbane Australia
Smith JM, 2002, Developing effective government education programs for business sustainability — a systems approach, International Local Agenda 21 Conference, Adelaide Australia.
Smith JM, 2000, Why is the move to sustainability so slow? Understanding the relationship between government, business, the public and its impact, International System Dynamics Society Conference, Bergen Norway. Also chaired the sustainability stream.
Smith JM, 2000, Educating business on sustainability- why most attempts limit their own success, International System Dynamics Society Conference, Bergen Norway.
Smith JM, 2000, Redesigning education programs for business sustainability, Redesigning education programs for business sustainability. International System Dynamics Society Conference, Bergen Norway.
Smith JM, 1999, The ability of system dynamics approaches to assist in solving environmental health problems, National Conference of the Australian Institute of Environmental Health, Adelaide.