Selected Articles and Reports
Warner, A. Callaghan, E. & deVreede, C. (2013). Investigating a community adult learning approach to promoting sustainable food and food citizenship. Leisure/Loisir, 37(4), 337-360,
Ebata, D., Callaghan, E., Donald R. (2012). Assessment of Nova Scotia Agriculture Research Needs and Opportunities. A report written for the Nova Scotia Agricultural College.
Callaghan, Edith and the CONVERGE Project Team (2012). Community Engagements & Social Movements for CONVERGENCE: Elements and Mechanisms for Success, CONVERGE Deliverable 30, Work Package 5. CONVERGE is a European Commission FP7 Research Project: Rethinking globalization in the light of Contraction and CONVERGEnce.
Hannon, Ashley and Callaghan, Edith. (2011). “Definitions and organizational practice of sustainability in the for-profit sector of Nova Scotia” Journal of Cleaner Production, Special Issue 19(8): 877-884.
Callaghan, E. and Colton, John. (2008)."Building Sustainable & Resilient Communities: A Balancing of Community Capital" Environment, Development, and Sustainability, 10:931-942.
Colton, John and Callaghan, Edith (2006). 'Charting a course toward Sustainable Community in Uncharted Waters: The Wolfville, Nova Scotia Experience' paper presented at the 13th International Conference of the Greening of Industry Network. ESRC Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, and Sustainability, (BRASS) Cardiff University. Proceedings.
The Centre for Rural Sustainability (2006). Report on the Community Circles: An Interim Report of the Wolfville Sustainability Initiative, July 2006.
Callaghan, Edith and Daborn, Graham (2005). 'Burning Questions about Sustainability' Optimum Online, 35(4): 75. Invited paper.
Books & Book Chapters
Callaghan, Edith and Christmas, Burnd (2005). "Building a Native Community by Drawing on a Corporate Model," Chapter 3, in Joseph Magnet and Dwight Dorey, Legal Aspects of Aboriginal Business Development. Toronto: LexisNexis-Butterworths, 2005.