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  1. Linder, Noah, Matteo Giusti, Karl Samuelsson, and Stephan Barthel. 2021. “Pro-Environmental Habits: An Underexplored Research Agenda in Sustainability Science.” Ambio, September.

  2. Samuelsson, Karl, Stephan Barthel, Matteo Giusti, and Terry Hartig. 2021. “Visiting Nearby Natural Settings Supported Wellbeing during Sweden’s ‘Soft-Touch’ Pandemic Restrictions.” Landscape and Urban Planning 214 (October): 104176.

  3. Colding Johan, Giusti Matteo, Haga Andreas, Wallhagen Marita, Barthel Stephan 2020 "Enabling Relationships with Nature in Cities" Sustainability

  4. Giusti, Matteo, Wenpei Wang, Tanya Marriott. 2020. "Connecting land. A transdisciplinary workshop to envision a nature-connecting human habitat" Cities & Health.

  5. Lisa Jacobson, Jonas Åkerman, Matteo Giusti, Avit K Bhowmik. 2020. "Tipping to Staying on the Ground: Internalized Knowledge of Climate Change Crucial for Transformed Air Travel Behavior"Sustainability 12(5).

  6. Giusti, Matteo, Karl Samuelsson. 2020. "The regenerative compatibility: A synergy between healthy ecosystems, environmental attitudes, and restorative experiences" PLOS ONE.

  7. Giusti, Matteo. 2019. "Human-nature relationships in context. Experiential, psychological, and contextual dimensions that shape children’s desire to protect nature" PLOS ONE.

  8. Giusti, Matteo. 2018. “Home for future earth lovers: foundations of nature-connecting habitats for children.
    PhD dissertation. ISBN: 978-91-7797-157-3

  9. Giusti, Matteo, Ulrika Svane, Christopher M. Raymond, and Thomas Beery. 2018. “A Framework to Assess Where and How Children Connect to Nature.” Frontiers in Psychology 8 (January).

  10. Barthel, Stephan, Sophie Belton, Christopher M. Raymond, and Matteo Giusti. 2018. “Fostering Children’s Connection to Nature Through Authentic Situations: The Case of Saving Salamanders at School.” Frontiers in Psychology 9 (June).

  11. Samuelsson, Karl, Matteo Giusti, Garry D. Peterson, Ann Legeby, S. Anders Brandt, and Stephan Barthel. 2018. “Impact of Environment on People’ s Everyday Experiences in Stockholm.” Landscape and Urban Planning 171 (March): 7–17.

  12. Ives, Christopher D., Matteo Giusti, Joern Fischer, David J. Abson, Kathleen Klaniecki, Christian Dorninger, Josefine Laudan, et al. 2017. “Human–Nature Connection: A Multidisciplinary Review.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26–27 (June): 106–13.

  13. Haider, Jamila, Jonas Hentati-Sundberg, Matteo Giusti, Julie Goodness, Maike Hamann, Vanessa Masterson, Megan Meacham, et al. 2017. “The Undisciplinary Journey: Early-Career Perspectives in Sustainability Science.” Sustainability Science, June.
    Best Paper Award 2018. Outstanding Article.

  14. Masterson, Vanessa A., Richard C. Stedman, Johan Enqvist, Maria Tengö, Matteo Giusti, Darin Wahl, and Uno Svedin. 2017. “The Contribution of Sense of Place to Social-Ecological Systems Research: A Review and Research Agenda.” Ecology and Society 22 (1).

  15. Raymond, Christopher M., Matteo Giusti, and Stephan Barthel. 2017. “An Embodied Perspective on the Co-Production of Cultural Ecosystem Services: Toward Embodied Ecosystems.” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, May, 1–22.

  16. Giusti, Matteo, Stephan Barthel, and Lars Marcus. 2014. “Nature Routines and Affinity with the Biosphere: A Case Study of Preschool Children in Stockholm.” Children, Youth and Environments 24 (3): 16.

  17. Marcus, Lars, Matteo Giusti, and Stephan Barthel. 2016. “Cognitive Affordances in Sustainable Urbanism: Contributions of Space Syntax and Spatial Cognition.” Journal of Urban Design 21 (4): 439–52.


  1. Salazar Gabby, Junkle Kristen, Monroe C. Martha 2020 "Practitioner Guide to Assessing Connection to Nature" North American Association for Environmental Education

  2. Charles, Cheryl, Karen Keenleyside, Rosalie Chapple, Bill Kilburn, Pascale Salah van der Leest, Diana Allen, Miles Richardson, Matteo Giusti, et al. 2018. “Home to Us All: How Connecting with Nature Helps Us Care for Ourselves and the Earth.” Children and Nature Network.

  3. The Salzburg Statement on the Child in the City Health, Parks and Play.” 2017. Salzburg Global Seminar.

  4. "Urban sustainability: a child's play?" 2015. Hållbar Stad.

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