Publications and presentations

Book chapters

Herriman, J. Atherton. A. and White, S. 2012. “Political influence in the Context of Australian WWViews” . Chapter 13 in Citizen Participation in Global Environmental Governance. Edited by Richard Worthington, Mikko Rask, Lammi Minna. Earthscan New York. Pp 221- 241.

Willetts, J.R, Carrard, N. & Herriman, J. 2009. “Transdisciplinarity: Realising its Potential to Support Effective Postgraduate Sustainability Teaching and learning”. In. Sustainability at Universities – Opportunities, Challenges and Trends. Environmental Education, Communication and Sustainability Vol. 31, edited by Walter Leal Filho.

 

Journal papers

Giurco, D., Herriman, J., Turner, A., Mason, L., White, S., Moore, D., Klostermann, F. 2015. Integrated Resource Planning for Urban Waste Management. Resources 2015, 4(1), 3-24; https://doi.org/10.3390/resources4010003

Kahane, David; Loptson, Kristjana; Herriman, Jade; and Hardy, Max 2013. “Stakeholder and Citizen Roles in Public Deliberation,” Journal of Public Deliberation: Vol. 9 : Iss. 2 , Article 2. Available at: https://www.publicdeliberation.net/jpd/vol9/iss2/art2

Ross,K.E., & Herriman, J.(2013). Active and participatory learning for sustainability in an online space: The case study of CrowdTV. International Journal of Sustainability Education, 8(2),105-124.

Riedy, C; Herriman, J 2011. Deliberative Mini-publics and the Global Deliberative System: Insights from an Evaluation of World Wide Views on Global Warming in Australia. Portal Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 2011, 8 (3 (Sept 2011)), pp. 1 – 29

Herriman, Jade; Atherton, Alison; and Vecellio, Lorien 2011. “The Australian Experience of World Wide Views on Global Warming:The First Global Deliberation Process,” Journal of Public Deliberation: Vol. 7: Iss. 1, Article 3. Available at: http://www.publicdeliberation.net/jpd/vol7/iss1/art3

Herriman, J; Storey, H; Smith; P, Collier, G 2011.Working Relationships for Sustainability: Improving Work-Based Relationships in Local Government to bring about Sustainability Goals. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance Issue 10: December 2011- June 2012

Prior, J. Herriman, J 2010. The emergence of community strategic planning in New South Wales, Australia: influences, challenges and opportunities. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, 2010, 7 (November 2010), pp. 1 – 33.

Herriman, J., Partridge, E.Y. (2010) Education activities for environment and sustainability: A Snapshot of eight New South Wales councils.Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance 2010, 6 (July 2010), pp 77-89.

Herriman, J., Partridge, E.Y. & Paddon, M. 2008, ‘Planning for sustainability in NSW local government’, Practice Note. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance 2008, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 1-9.

Plant,R., Herriman,J., & Chong,J. (2007). Valuing the health of the Yarra River: Contingent Valuation revisited by a Citizens’ Jury. In ANZSEE Conference: ‘Re-inventing Sustainability: A climate for change’. Noosa Lakes, Queensland, Australia.

 

 

Conference and other presentations

Herriman, J., Wynne, L. 2014. Engaging Residents On Food Recycling: Lessons From Leichhardt. Presentation tot the 2014 Government & Sustainability Conference: August 12-13th, Sydney.

Herriman, J., & Sharpe, S.A. (2013). Population and Australian cities. In French-Australian Researcher Workshop: Thematic and methodological exchanges. UTS, Sydney, Australia.

Riedy, C. and Herriman, J., 2011. Deliberative Mini-publics and the Global Deliberative System: Insights from an Evaluation of World Wide Views on Global Warming in Australia.  Presentation to Democratizing Climate Governance Conference, ANU.

Herriman, J. Atherton, A. 2010. ‘World Wide Views on Global Warming: A global citizens’ engagement process on climate change’ at ‘Advancing a Sustainable Future for the Indian Ocean’ Conference for the Indian Ocean South Asia Research Network (ISOARN), Sydney, UTS.

Herriman, J. 2010. ‘Environmental issues for local government’. Interractive workshop for the UTS Centre for Local Government ‘Local Environment’ course. 21 April 2010, UTS, Sydney.

Herriman, J. 2009. ‘The context for understanding sustainability in local government’ presentation at ‘Environmental Sustainability and Local Governments’ day workshop held as part of RIAP ‘Management of Transformation of Public Sector Systems and Services for Sustainable Development’ for visiting delgation from China. Tuesday 2nd June 2009, University of Sydney.

Herriman, J 2009. ‘World Wide Views Q&A panel’ Catholic Women’s Association Interfaith schools meeting NSW Parliament House –  November 2009.

Herriman, J & Pillora, S. 2009. ‘Embedding sustainability and sustainability indicators in local government’ Presentation to the SHOROC conference – Warringah and Pittwater Councils. Terry Hills, 21 October 2009.

Willets, J. Herriman, J. and Carrard. N. 2009, Engaging with sustainability in higher education in Australia. Presentation to the 5th World Environmental Education Congress May 10 to 14, 2009, at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal.

Herriman, J. 2008 “From planning to practice – integrating sustainability into local government”. Wednesday 10th September. Local Government Sustainable Development Conference. Environs Australia, the local government environment network. Dockside Convention Centre, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour, Sydney.

Plant, R., Herriman, J. and Partridge, E. 2008 CRC CARE Communicate 08 Conference Community Attitudes to in-situ remediation of contaminated sites Presentation for the, 29-30 April 2008, Adelaide.

Herriman, J. 2008, ‘Sustainability in local government – from planning to practice’, Presentation to the Environs Local Government Sustainability Conference, Darling Harbour, Sydney, September 2008.

Herriman, J. 2008, ‘Sustainability Indicators’. Keynote address to the CAFNEC Sustainability Indicators Public Forum. 28 August 2008. James Cook University, Cairns.

Herriman, J. 2008. ‘Sustainability Indicators and local government’. Presentation for the UTS Centre for Local Government ‘Managing for Sustainability’ course. 21 August 2008, UTS, Sydney.

Partridge, E.Y. & Herriman, J. 2008, ‘Understanding people’s involvement in environment groups’, Australian Association for Environmental Education conference, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, July 2008.

Herriman, J. 2008, ‘Sustainability: the big picture’, Presentation to the Holroyd City Council Managers Leadership Forum “Into the Future 2020”, Holroyd, April 2008.

Herriman, J and Paddon, M., 2007. ‘City Development Strategies for Vietnam – Presentation to the UTS Vietnam Research Forum 2007.

Herriman, J. 2006. ‘Sustainability – making change happen’. Presentation for the UTS Centre for Local Government ‘Managing for Sustainability’ course. 2006, UTS, Sydney.

Herriman, J., Willetts, J.R. & Partridge, E.Y. 2006, ‘Learning together for sustainability: the value of group based peer learning’, in Proceedings of the 12th ANZSYS Conference, Sustaining Our Social and Natural Capital, ed Attwater R, Merson J, ANZSYS, Katoomba, Australia, pp. 406-420

Herriman, J. and Calvert, F. 2003. ‘Leichhardt Cool Communities program’ Presentation to NSW Cities for Climate Protection (CCP) conference.

 

Project Reports and deliverables

Herriman, J. 2015. ‘Global Food waste Teaching Toolkit’. This teaching resource contains all that is required for the development of a tutorial/workshop or several tutorials/workshops focusing on global food waste. Institute for Sustainable Futures and UTS Business School. http://sustainability.edu.au/material/teaching-materials/global-food-waste-teaching-toolkit/

Herriman, J. , Mikhailovich, N., Wynne, L.E., Downes, J., & Boyle, T.M. (2014).Leichhardt Council Community Engagementand Participation Plan: Food recycling in multi-unit dwellings. Sydney: https://www.uts.edu.au/sites/default/files/Herrimanetal2014foodrecycling.pdf

Mukheibir P, Kuruppu N, Gero A, Herriman J, 2013 Cross-Scale Barriers to Climate
Change Adaptation in Local Government, Australia, National Climate Change
Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, pp.101. ISBN: 978-1-921609-71-8Bolitho, A.,

Herriman, J. 2012. Water Books project. Part of the Water in The Landscape Program run by Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC), assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust. http://westernsydneywaterbook.blogspot.com/ 

Herriman, J. 2011. Local Government and Community Engagement in Australia. Working Paper No 5. Australian Centre of Excellence for Local Government, University of Technology Sydney.

Riedy, C. Herriman, J, Dovey, C. Boyle, T. 2010. Reducing food waste in the C&I sector. A report by ISF for the Department of Enviroenment, Climate Change and Water, DECCW, NSSW. June 2010.

Herriman, J., 2010, Waste and recycling information materials focus groups. Prepared for Kogarah Council by the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney.

Riedy, C., Herriman, J., Partridge, E., Dovey, C., McGee, C., Atherton, A., and Daly, J., 2010, Household behaviour change in Queensland: Literature review and recommendations. Prepared for the Department of Environment and Resource Management (Queensland) on behalf of the Premier’s Council on Climate Change by the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney.

Atherton, A.M. & Herriman, J. 2009, The World Wide Views Australia Story, [prepared for World Wide Views on Global Warming], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney, Australia.

Atherton, A.M. & Herriman, J. 2009, The World Wide Views Australia Story – Summary, [prepared for World Wide Views on Global Warming], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney, Australia.

ISF. 2009, World Wide Views on Global Warming Australia – Mini-documentary, 9 November 2009. Accessed 21 December 2009 at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvHca7kQySo

Fyfe, J., Herriman, J., Blackburn, N., Asker, S. & Giurco, D. 2009, Designing the Duck River Waste Exchange Program, [Auburn City Council and Parramatta City Council], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney, Australia.

Chong, J., Herriman, J., White, S. & Campbell, D. 2009, Review of water restrictions, [prepared for National Water Commission], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney, Australia.

Plant, R., Chong, J. , & Herriman, J., 2008. Smart Water Fund Externalities Toolbox. A resource for the Victorian water industry to enhance costing for sustainable decision –making. Sydney, Australia: Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS.

Willets, J. Herriman, J. Carrard, N. 2008, ‘UTS New Options, Discussion of Market Potential – Postgraduate Program in Leadership for Sustainability and the Environment’. Produced by ISF for UTS. March 2008.

Herriman, J., Willets, J. Carrard, N. 2008, ‘UTS New Options, Postgraduate Program in Leadership for Sustainability and the Environment, Draft Course Outline’. Produced by ISF for UTS. March 2008.

Herriman, J., Plant, R.A. & Chong, J. 2007, Yarra River Values Forum – A Citizens’ Forum held in Ivanhoe, Melbourne 1-3 December 2006 (Volumes 1 & 2), [prepared for Smart Water Fund], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney, pp. 1-71.

Plant, R.A. & Herriman, J. 2007, The Full Spectrum: Estimating Real Costs of Urban Water. Pilot One – Residential Water Conservation, [prepared for Smart Water Fund], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney, pp. 1-53.

Plant, R.A., Herriman, J. & Atherton, A.M. 2007, Valuing Melbourne’s Urban Water Externalities, [prepared for The Victorian Smart Water Fund], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney, pp. 1-49.

Partridge,E.Y., Herriman, J., & Paddon,M. (2007). Sustainability indicators for Gosford. Sydney. [Prepared for Gosford Council], Institute for Sustainable Futures.

Herriman, J., Partridge, E.Y., Lewis, J. & Brown, S. 2007, Group Influences on Pro-Environmental Behaviour, [prepared for Department of Environment and Climate Change], Institute for Sustainable Futures, Sydney, pp. 1-142.

Herriman, J. & White, S. 2006, Practitioners Review of the EarthWorks Programme in Southern Sydney, [prepared for SSROC], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney.

Fane, S.A., Herriman, J. & Lewis, J. 2006, Directions Report, [prepared for Natural Resources Advisory Council], Institute for Sustainable Futures, Sydney.

Herriman, J., White, S. 2006, Automated Metering – Scoping Paper, [prepared for Wide Bay Water Corporation], Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, Sydney.

Herriman, J. 2005, An Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Centre for the Northern Beaches – feasibility study. A report for Warringah Council.

Herriman, J. 2005. State of the Environment Report for City of the Blue Mountains. 2003-2004. Blue Mountains City Council, NSW.

Herriman, J. 2003. Leichhardt’s Local Action Plan for Greenhouse Gas Reduction – a Plan for Action 2001-2003. Cities for Climate Protection Milestone 3. Leichhardt Municipal Council, NSW.

Herriman, J. 2002. State of the Environment Report for Leichhardt City Council. 2001- 2002. Leichhardt Municipal Council, NSW.

Herriman, J. 2000. State of the Environment Report for Warringah Council. 1998- 1999. Warringah Council, NSW.

Nature Conservation Council of NSW, 1999, ‘South Australia’s Threatened Species: Is Law reform needed?’ Proceedings of a workshop held at Black Hill Flora Centre, 26 February 1999. Herriman, J. ed.

 

Articles in magazines and industry publications

Herriman, J. 2015. ‘Repair cafés’ are about fixing things – including communities’, Ecologist. 7th April 2015.

Herriman, J, 2015. Repair Cafes Counter Throwaway Culture. Resurgence. Issue 291, July/August 2015, Climate: It is a moral issue.

Herriman, J. 2015, Repair cafés are about fixing things – including the economy. Making It Magazine. 9 January 2015.

Herriman, J. (2014). Repair cafes are about fixing things – including the economy. The Conversation,16/05/2014.

Herriman, J. 2014. Let’s chuck the throw-away culture. UTS Brink Magazine, Sydney Morning Herald. July 15, 2014 https://www.smh.com.au/national/lets-chuck-the-throwaway-culture-20140710-3bq4e.html

Paddon, M., Pillora, S. & Herriman, J. 2010, ‘Mission unaccomplished: the drive for sustainability’, Government News, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 20-21.

Down, L. and Herriman, J. 2009, ‘The voice of Global Citizens’. ozEEEnews. Newsletter of the Australian Association for Environmental Education Inc. Issue 114, Dec 2009. P.4.

Giurco, D., Kazaglis, A. & Herriman, J. 2007, ‘Our changing approach to urban water: local government’, Local Government Reporter, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 66-69.

 

 

Media and Interviews

Interviewed by facilitator and engagement specialist Max Hardy about art therapy and using art in community engagement “Bringing Art into Engagement”. Published on January 17, 2019 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-can-art-therapy-help-renew-democracy-part-1-max-hardy/

A guest blog post with writer and coach Terri Connellan in her ‘Wholehearted Story’ series, a post that speaks about my own career transition and current work “Embracing Creative Life”. Dec 2017. https://www.quietwriting.com/embracing-creative-life/

Interviewed by sexual assault recovery podcaster Ashleigh Rae about art therapy in retain to trauma and recovery. RECOVERY is a no bull, no fluff podcast hosted by Ashleigh Rae for women on the road to healing and recovery from Sexual Trauma. Episode #30 The Honesty of Art with Jade Herriman, November 2017. Listen here: http://blissedout.libsyn.com/30-the-honesty-of-art-with-jade-herriman 

Interviewed by Business Coach Claire Barton about career transition and life as a multi passionate ‘scanner’. Podcast Ep. 30 Scanning & Refusing to Choose w/-Jade Herriman. October 2017. Listen here: https://www.clairebarton.com.au/podcast-feed/30

Interviewed by American Art Therapist Gretchen Miller about art therapy and social media. ” Art Therapist on the Grid: Jade Herriman” Published on Jul 14, 2017. Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pdk1hZ-505I

Interviewed by LuLu Art Store about the healing benefits of art.  “Colour Me Positive – Week 18” https://blog.luluart.com.au/tag/jade-herriman/

Interviewed by German career coach Caren Zimmermann about my experience of career transition and coaching, January 2016.  http://wunschundhindernis.de/interview-with-jade-herriman/ 

Interviewed by South African academic and coach Doret Jordaan about going after goals, and creativity, December 2015. https://dustyshelfacademy.com/2015/12/23/dust-off-creativity-1-holiday-season-chat-with-jade-herriman/

Interviewed for Radio New Zealand on Repair Cafes. From Sunday Morning, 10:10 am on 1 June 2014. Listen here: https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/sunday/audio/2598075/jade-herriman-repair-cafes

Interviewed by Wendy Frew “Our food waste is our wealth”, March 18, 2014 by Wendy Frew, University of Technology, Sydney. https://phys.org/news/2014-03-food-wealth.htmlInterviewed for Daily Telegraph new story. “Sydney’s biggest tossers: EPA list reveals the suburbs that chuck out the most rubbish”. Adam Bell, NewsLocalNovember 7, 2014

Interviewed for Ecos. “Tackling food waste from root to stalk”. Published: 29 September 2014 http://www.ecosmagazine.com/?paper=EC14229

ABC radio interview and two television media interviews in Cairns about the CAFNEC indicators forum & the value of sustainability indicators for regional planning. August 2008

 

 

Blog posts

I have written many blog posts on my website about coaching, growth, goal setting and creative methods of expressing feelings and gaining insight. Here are some examples:

 

Exhibitions and creative works

Illustrations for ‘Dear Confidence’ book by Vesna Cavic. 2017.

Central Booking Artists Book Gallery, New York. Un/Natural Occurrences. September 8 – October 27, 2013https://centralbookingnyc.com/archive/haberspace-art-science-exhibitions/un-natural-occurrences/nggallery/thumbnails

Sea Stories 2010. “Jade Herriman”.
http://seastories.org/2010/09/jade-herriman/