- Associate Professor; Director of Center for Regional Change
- Community and Regional Development
Interests: Environmental justice, Environmental/ natural resource policy, Community and youth participation, Political ecology, Rural development, Social movements
Spring 2010: CRD 198-149
Community Development Perspectives on Environmental Justice
Winter 2010: CRD 250
Regional Equity in Practice
Spring 2011: CRD 198-147
Youth/Community Development: Picturing a healthy and just region for young people
Karner, Alex, and Jonathan London. "Rural Communities and Transportation Equity in California’s San Joaquin Valley." Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2452 (2014): 90–97.
London, J., Greenfield, T., Zagofsky T. “Revealing the Invisible Coachella Valley: Putting Cumulative Environmental Vulnerabilities on the Map.” California Institute for Rural Studies (2013).
London, Jonathan, et al. "Growing Community-University Research Partnerships in the San Joaquin Valley." Environmental Justice 6.2 (2013): 62-70.
London, Jonathan, et al. "Racing climate change: Collaboration and conflict in California's global climate change policy arena." Global Environmental Change 23.4 (2013): 791-799.
Huang, Ganlin, and Jonathan London. "Mapping cumulative environmental effects, social vulnerability, and health in the San Joaquin Valley, California." American journal of public health 102.5 (2012): 830-832.
Huang, Ganlin, and Jonathan K. London. "Cumulative environmental vulnerability and environmental justice in California’s San Joaquin Valley." International journal of environmental research and public health 9.5 (2012): 1593-1608.
Liévanos, R., J. London, and J. Sze. "Uneven transformations and environmental justice: Regulatory science, street science, and pesticide regulation in California." Technoscience and Environmental Justice: Expert Cultures in a Grassroots Movement (2011): 201-228.
London, Jonathan K., et al. "Collaboration, Participation and Technology: The San Joaquin Valley Cumulative Health Impacts Project." Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement 4 (2011): 12-30.
London, Jonathan, and Nancy Erbstein. "Healthy Youth/Healthy Regions: Informing Action for the Nine County Capital Region and Its Youth." Sierra Health Foundation (2011).
London, Jonathan, Ganlin Huang, and Tara Zagofsky. "Land of Risk/Land of Opportunity: Cumulative Environmental Vulnerability in California's San Joaquin Valley." (2011): 3.
Shilling, Fraser M., Jonathan K. London, and Raoul S. Liévanos. "Marginalization by collaboration: Environmental justice as a third party in and beyond CALFED." environmental science & policy 12.6 (2009): 694-709.
Sze, Julie, et al. "Defining and Contesting Environmental Justice: Socio‐natures and the Politics of Scale in the Delta." Antipode 41.4 (2009): 807-843.
Sze, Julie, et al. "Best in show? Climate and environmental justice policy in California." Environmental Justice 2.4 (2009): 179-184.
London, Jonathan K., Julie Sze, and Raoul S. Lievanos. "Problems, promise, progress, and perils: Critical reflections on environmental justice policy implementation in California." UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 26 (2008): 255.
Sze, Julie, and Jonathan K. London. "Environmental justice at the crossroads." Sociology Compass 2.4 (2008): 1331-1354.
Richardson Jr, James A., and Jonathan K. London. "Strategies and lessons for reducing persistent rural poverty: A social justice approach to funding rural community transformation." Community Development 38.1 (2007): 92-107.
London, Jonathan K. "Power and pitfalls of youth participation in community-based action research." Children Youth and Environments 17.2 (2007): 406-432.
London, J., P. F. Starrs, and L. Fortmann. "Power plants and forest plans: Two decades of mobilization in a mountain forest community." Communities and Forests: Where People Meet the Land (2005): 78-96.
London, Jonathan K., et al. "American Indian management of federal lands: the Maidu cultural and development group." Nontimber forest products in the United States (2002): 327-344.
Ph.D., Environmental Science, Policy and Management, Specialization in rural social science and natural resource policy. University of California, Berkeley, 2001.