(Recent) Scientific Journal Publications
- Baker-Shelley, A, Van Zeijl-Rozema, A. & Martens, P. (2020). Pathways of organisational transformation for sustainability: a university case-study synthesis presenting competencies for systemic change & rubrics of transformation. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology.
- Concari, A., Kok, G., Martens, P. (2020). A Systematic Literature Review of Concepts and Factors Related to Pro-Environmental Consumer Behaviour in Relation to Waste Management through an Interdisciplinary Approach. Sustainability, 12, 4452.
- Smitsman, A., Martens, P. & Laszlo, A. (2019). The Polarization Effect Healing our Worldviews. Systema, 7(1), 1-23.
- Martens, P. (2019). Bleutongue, tiger mosquitoes, giant ticks and processionary caterpillars. Bulletin of the Netherlands Society for Tropical Medicine and International Health, 57(3), 11.
- Martens, P., Su, B. & Deblomme, S. (2019). The Ecological Paw Print of Companion Dogs and Cats, BioScience, 69(6), 467-474.
- Martens, P. Hansart, C., and Su, B. (2019). Attitudes of Young Adults toward Animals—The Case of High School Students in Belgium and The Netherlands. Animals, 9(3), 88.
- Su, B., Koda, N., and Martens, P. (2018). How ethical ideologies relate to public attitudes toward nonhuman animals: the Japanese case. Society & Animals, 1-18.
- Su, B. and Martens, P. (2018). Environmental impacts of food consumption of companion dogs and cats in Japan. Ecological Indicators, 93, 1043-1049.
- Su, B., Martens, P. & Enders-Slegers, M. (2018). A neglected predictor of environmental damage: The ecological paw print and carbon emissions of food consumption by companion dogs and cats in China. Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 194, 1 September 2018, Pages 1-11.
- Su, B. & Martens, P. (2018). How Ethical Ideologies Relate to Public Attitudes toward Animals: The Dutch Case. Anthrozoos ,31 (2), 179-194.
- Su, B., Naoko, K. & Martens, P. (2018). How Japanese companion dog and cat owners’ degree of attachment relates to the attribution of emotions to their animals, PLOS ONE, 13(1).