|2018||A Bedroom at Bath. CRM Society Journal, Issue 102 Spring 2018.|
Charles Rennie Mackintosh: A Bedroom at Bath. The Museum of Bath at Work,
Imagined Spaces, Literature and Environments. ‘…above the Springs of Wandle’ University of Bristol Conference.
Remembering the Lost Rivers of London. River Restoration Conference, Towcester, Northants. Award winning Poster Paper.
‘The Genesee Would Rebel’: the story of our attempts to tame a river and how it was saved. SUNY/Bath Spa University GALA.
Churchill Fellowship Anniversary, Blenheim, Traditional Water Management in Sri Lanka. Poster Paper.
Remembering the Lost Rivers of London. SUNY Geneseo, New York, USA
The Genius of the Place? Attitudes of women writers to the English Landscape Improvement movement of the eighteenth century. Submitted for Garden History Society Annual Essay Prize
William Morris and the Environment – did he discover it in Iceland? Submitted for Hazlitt Annual Essay Prize
The Beauty of Bath: Engineering in a Georgian city. The Museum of Bath at Work, in conjunction with Horstman Defence Systems Limited.
Conference for the 25th Anniversary of the EIA Directive, EU Environment Directorate, Leuven, Belgium (invited participant)
|2010||Keeping a promise: Mitigation in action. Transitioning to the Green economy; 30th annual conference IAIA, Geneva.|
|2009||Dams: the battleground of Sustainable Development. Closing Plenary address to Waterpower XVI, Spokane, USA.|
|2009||Troubled Waters. Review of Water Conflicts in India: A Million Revolts in the Making Editors: K J Joy, et al. For Resurgence|
|2009||Dams: A Battleground. Presentation to the Centre for the History of Technology, University of Bath|
|2008||Dam. Reaktion Books, London|
|2008||River Restoration for Social Benefit. River Restoration Conference. Exeter University|
|2007||Environmental Impact Assessment Workbook (2nd edition) IEM, University of Bath|
|2007||Water management in Sri Lanka and climate change in UK. Poster paper . International Water History Association. Tampere, Finland.|
|2006||Traditional Water Management in Sri Lanka and its relevance to the UK for Climate Change. Report to Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.|
|2004||Integrated Catchment Planning – the case for SEA and EIA. IEMA Annual Conference 2004: plenary session presentation.|
|2002||Environmental Impact Assessment Handbook: A Practical Guide for Planners, Developers and Communities. Thomas Telford (co-author with Barbara Carroll) (reprinted 2003) (2nd Edition 2009)|
|2002||A Capital Investment: Innovation in Habitat Creation on the Tidal Thames. In: Proceedings of the CIWEM Rivers and Coastal Group Winter Meeting. London|
|2001||Dam & Reservoir Development: The Environmental Opportunities. Hydro. Riva del Garda, Italy.|
|2001||Dam & Reservoir Development: Case Studies in achieving environmental protection and enhancement. Environmentalist|
|2000||Environmental Mitigation of Dams: The Changing Approach. British Dam Society, Bath|
|1999||The changing approach to mitigation of environmental impact of reservoirs, IAIA Glasgow|
|1998||Creating a Coastal Wetland. CIWEM Rivers and Coastal Group Annual Conference, Leamington|
|1997||Environmental Assessment of Pipelines. Onshore Pipelines Conference, Berlin|
|1996||Environmental Assessment and Sustainable Development. University of Bradford|
|1996||Environmental Strategies for Sustainable Development. Water Environment ‘96, London. (CIWEM 1997)|
|1994||Strategic Environmental Assessment, European Environment Conference, Nottingham|
|1993||Catchment Management Planning, Second International Conference on EA, Prague|
|1992||Effect of EA on Water Industry, IWEM, Taunton|
|1991||Industry and Environment, First International Conference on EA, Prague|
|1990||EA of the Blashford Lakes Scheme, IWEM, Bournemouth|
|1987||UK Experience of EA, International Association for Impact Assessment Barbados|