Clive L. Spash (2015) Tackling climate change, breaking the frame of modernity. Environmental Values (external link) 24 no.4: 437-444.
The dying planet index: Life, death and Man’s domination of Nature. (external link) Environmental Values 24 no.1: 1-7, 2015.
Seeking sustainability. (external link). Environmental Values 23 no.1: 1-5, 2014.
Changes needed. (external link). Environmental Values 22 no.1: 1-5, 2013.
Green Economy, Red Herring (external link). Environmental Values, vol. 21, no. 2, 95-99, 2012.
Response and Responsibility (external link). Environmental Values, vol. 21, no. 4, 391-396, 2012.
Terrible economics, ecosystems and banking. (PDF) Environmental Values 20 (2):141-145, 2011.
Censoring science in research officially (PDF) Environmental Values 19 no. 2: 141-146, 2010.
The new environmental pragmatists, pluralism and sustainability. (PDF) Environmental Values 18 no.3: 253-256, 2009.
A worthwhile academic life. (PDF) Environmental Values 17 no.2: 121-124, 2008.
Items in Newsletters and on the Net
Greenwash! Now in New Improved Formulae. (2015) Invited Comment for the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation.
The economics of avoiding action on climate change. (PDF) Adbusters 16(1), 2008.
Fallacies of economic growth in addressing environmental losses: Human induced climatic change (PDF) Newsletter of the Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics (ANZSEE), May 2007: 2-4.
The State of Ecological Economics: A Decade of European Experience. (PDF)European Society for Ecological Economics Newsletter December 2006.
Personal Profile: An Interview with Clive Spash. (PDF) European Society for Ecological Economics Newsletter December 2006.
Uncertainty and the Enhanced Greenhouse Effect: A Response to Schneider’s “Policy Brief” (PDF) International Society for Ecological Economics NewsletterJanuary 2007 pp.12-14.
The Stern Report: The Continuing Fallacy of Global Cost-Benefit Analysis. (PDF) European Society for Ecological Economics Newsletter November 2006 4pp. http://www.euroecolecon.org/pdf/Spash_on_Stern (external link)
David Pearce, Economist who put a price on the environment. (PDF) Obituary for ENDS Report Environmental Data Services, London, October 2005.
The content and meaning of ecological economics Human Ecology 18/19 October 2001: 18-23.
Human Dimensions Research: Ecological Economics. Update Newsletter of the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) 2000, Issue 3/00: 4-5.
Ecological economics at the cross-roads. (PDF) 20 page paper, posted on the International Society for Ecological Economics Web Site, (external link) February 2000.
Sustainability: Economic approaches and ethical implications — a comment on Achim Lerch and Hans G. Nutzinger Analyse & Kritik 2000.
Welcome from the President. European Society for Ecological Economics NewsletterIssues 10, 2000.
Evolution of and structural change within ISEE. European Society for Ecological Economics Newsletter No.8 November 1999:3-4.
Environmental values and environmental valuation. UKCEED Bulletin No.53 Spring 1998: 12-14.
Guest Editorial. Environmental Values 7 no.1 1998: 1-2.
Imperatives for surveyors’ action on the environment. Chartered Surveyor Monthly September 1997: 40-41.
Economics and international environmental problems and policies. Green Values no.5 (June 1992): 7-9.
Ecological Economics in Scotland. International Society for Ecological Economics Newsletter no.3 (May 1991): 3.