- Concerned Health Professionals of New York, Compendium of Scientific, Medical, and Media Findings Demonstrating Risks and Harms of Fracking (Unconventional Gas and Oil Extraction), July 2014
- Kerns, Tom, Schopenhauer’s Mitleid, Environmental Outrage and Human Rights (2013) Oñati Socio-Legal Series [online], 3 (5), 931-952.
- Kerns, Tom, Ten practical advantages of a human rights approach to environmental advocacy,” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Fall 2013 (J Environ Stud Sci, DOI 10.1007/s13412-013-0143-y)
- Journal of Human Rights and the Environment
- Watterson, Andrew, “Lay, Community and Worker ‘Epidemiology’ – An Integrating Strand in Participatory Research”
- Salcito, Kendyl, et al, “Assessing human rights impacts in corporate development projects,” Environmental Impact Assessment Review 42 (2013) 39–50.
- NomoGaia, Human Rights Impact Assessment 3.0 Toolkit
- United Nations Mandate on Human Rights and the Environment (December 2013)
- Public Opinion Research on Human Rights in the US, Executive Summary, Belden Russonello & Stewart
“The 2007 national survey on human rights finds the American public accepts a human rights framework for social justice issues in the U.S. and the survey provides guidance on the communications and education that will make the most difference as advocates engage the public.” (from the executive summary)
- Talking Human Rights in the United States: A Communications Toolkit
“This toolkit offers ideas, recommendations, and best practices for promoting human rights in the United States…. The suggestions included here are rooted in a large body of opinion and media research; in established communications techniques; and in the shared experience of hundreds of advocates, policymakers, and communications strategists.”
- A Guide to Rights-based Advocacy: International Human Rights Law and Fracking, Sister Áine O’Connor, RSM, Mercy Global Action Coordinator at the UN, et al, 2015
“This Guide aims to contribute to the debate on fracking by outlining how International Human Rights Law can empower and reposition people and communities as rights-holders, providing an extensive overview of accountability mechanisms to address threats or harms from fracking.”