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Bayfield, Hannah, Colebrooke, Laura, Pitt, Hannah, Pugh, Rhiannon and Stutter, Natalia 2020. Awesome women and bad feminists: the role of online social networks and peer support for feminist practice in academia. cultural geographies 27 (3) 10.1177/1474474019890321
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Pitt, Hannah 2019. What prevents people accessing urban bluespaces? A qualitative study. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 39 , pp. 89-97. 10.1016/j.ufug.2019.02.013
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Backman, Malin, Pitt, Hannah, Marsden, Terry, Mehmood, Abid and Mathijs, Erik 2019. Experiential approaches to sustainability education: towards learning landscapes. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 20 (1) , pp. 139-156. 10.1108/IJSHE-06-2018-0109
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Pitt, Hannah and Smith, Thomas 2019. Leicester Young Ecology Adventurers: Evaluation Report 2: Final ,. Cardiff: Cardiff University School and Geography and Planning and Sustainable Places Research Institute.
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Pitt, Hannah 2018. An apprenticeship in plant thinking. In: Bastian, M., Jones, O., Roe, E. and Moore, N. eds. Participatory Research in More-than-Human Worlds, Routledge,

Maughan, Chris, Laycock Pedersen, Rebecca and Pitt, Hannah 2018. The problems, promise and pragmatism of community food growing. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33 (SI6) , pp. 497-502. 10.1017/S1742170518000200
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Pitt, Hannah, Jones, M. and Weitkamp, E. 2018. Every city a food growing city? What food growing schools London reveals about city strategies for food system sustainability. Sustainability 10 (8) , 2924. 10.3390/su10082924
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Pitt, Hannah 2018. Muddying the waters: what urban waterways reveal about bluespaces and wellbeing. Geoforum 92 , pp. 161-170. 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.04.014
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Gray, Selena, Orme, Judy, Pitt, Hannah and Jones, Matthew 2017. Food for life: evaluation of the impact of the Hospital Food Programme in England using a case study approach. JRSM Open 8 (10) , pp. 1-9. 10.1177/2054270417712703
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Pitt, Hannah, Jones, Matt, Oxford, Liz, Bray, I., Kimberlee, R. and Orme, J. 2017. Association between Food for Life, a whole setting healthy and sustainable food programme, and primary school children's consumption of fruit and vegetables: a cross-sectional study in England. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 14 (6) , 639. 10.3390/ijerph14060639
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Gray, Selena, Jones, Matthew, Means, Robin, Orme, Judy, Pitt, Hannah and Salmon, Debra 2017. Inter-sectoral transfer of the Food for Life settings framework in England. Health Promotion International 10.1093/heapro/dax017
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Pitt, Hannah 2017. Questioning care cultivated through connecting with more-than-human communities. Social and Cultural Geography 19 (2) , pp. 253-274. 10.1080/14649365.2016.1275753
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Pitt, Hannah and Jones, Mat 2016. Scaling up and out as a pathway for food system transitions. Sustainability 8 (10) , 1025. 10.3390/su8101025
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Gray, Selena, Means, R., Orme, J., Pitt, Hannah, Jones, M. and Salmon, D. 2015. Improving hospital food: evaluating the impact of the UK Food for Life partnership. European Journal of Public Health 25 (S3) , -. 10.1093/eurpub/ckv176.018

Pitt, Hannah 2015. On showing and being shown plants - a guide to methods for more-than-human geography. Area 47 (1) , pp. 48-55. 10.1111/area.12145

Pitt, Hannah 2014. Book review - community gardening as social action. People, Place and Policy Online 8 (2) , -. 10.3351/ppp.0008.0002.0006

Pitt, Hannah 2014. Therapeutic experiences of community gardens: putting flow in its place. Health and Place 27 , pp. 84-91. 10.1016/j.healthplace.2014.02.006

Pitt, Hannah 2013. Growing together: an ethnography of community gardening as place making. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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