M. Greenberg, T. Altiok, N. Fefferman, P. Georgopoulos, C. Lacy, M. Lahr, P. Lioy, K. Lowrie, H. Mayer, B. Ozbas, and F. Roberts, A Set of Blended Risk-Based Decision Support Tools for Protecting Passenger Rail-Centered Transit Corridors Against Cascading Impacts of Terrorist Attack DHS March 2011, to be published by Journal of Homeland Security. Posted on […]
M. Greenberg, Will Irving, and R. Zimmerman, Allocating U.S. Department of Homeland Security Funds to States with Explicit Equity, Population and Energy Facility Security Criteria,Socioeconomic Planning Sciences, 1-11, 2009.
M. Greenberg, F. Popper, and H. Truelove, Are LULUs Still Enduringly Objectionable? Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 55(6), July 2012, 713-731. Abstract: We asked a national sample of 651 US residents about the feelings, emotions, images and colours they associated with nearby waste management, energy, industrial facilities and other big developments commonly regarded as locally […]
M. Greenberg, D. Downton, and H. Mayer. “Are mothballed brownfields sites a major problem?”Public Management, 85(5), 2003, 12-17.
K. Lowrie, J. Shaw and M. Greenberg, Assessment of Surface Transportation Security Training Needs and Delivery Preferences, Journal of Public Transportation, 14(4), 109-130, 2011.
M. Greenberg. “Balancing apples and oranges: factors to consider in brownfields remediation.” pp. 115-123, in NACCHO, Community Revitalization and Public Health, Washington, D.C.: NACCHO & ATSDR, 2000.
M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, H. Mayer, K.T. Miller, and L. Solitare. “Brownfield redevelopment as a smart growth option in the United States.” The Environmentalist. 21(2), 2001, 129-143.
K.T. Miller, M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, and H. Mayer. “Brownfield redevelopment fights sprawl.” New Jersey Municipalities. 78(3) 2001, 26-29.
M. Greenberg. “Brownfields.” in M. Lurie and M. Mappen, eds. Encyclopedia of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2004.
M. Greenberg. “Brownfields focus makes idle urban sites an investment opportunity.” NJPRO, September 2000.
M. Greenberg and MJ Lewis. “Brownfields redevelopment, preferences, and public involvement: a case study of an ethnically mixed neighborhood.” Urban Studies, 37 (13), 2000, 2501-2514.
M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, L. Solitare, and L. Duncan. “Brownfields, TOADS, and the struggle for neighborhood redevelopment: a case study of the State of New Jersey.” Urban Affairs Review, 35 (5), 2000, 717-733.
M. Greenberg. “Brownfields.” vol. 1, p. 139, “Environmental justice.” vol. 2, p. 384-385, in L. Breslow,Encyclopedia of Public Health, New York, Macmillan, 2002.
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, and J. Faass. “Building coalitions in support of city-wide brownfield redevelopment: the perspectives of three New Jersey mayors” New Jersey Municipalities, 82(1), 2005, 28-35.
H. Mayer and M. Greenberg. “Coming back from economic despair: case studies of small and medium-size American places.” Economic Development Quarterly, vol. 15 (3), 2001, 205-216.
Kavanaugh, M., S. Abbott, D. Allen, P. Amar, B. Brooks, I. Burke, J. Crittenden, J. Fava, P. Gilman, M. Greenberg, A. Hutson, C. Kling, H. Matthews, E. Petrovskis, H. Suh, A. Taylor, T. Yosie, Committee on Scientific Tolls and Approaches for Sustainability. Sustainability Concepts in Decision-Making. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, August 2014.
K. Lowrie, D. Schneider, and M. Greenberg. “Community health and asthma intervention project: final report for Mushett Family Foundation.” March 2008.
J. Faass, M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie. Defending a moving target: H1N1 preparedness training for the transit industry. Health Promotion Practice. Electronic version, May 20, 2011. Abstract: To stem the spread of the novel H1N1 virus, U.S. public health officials put forth a variety of recommendations, ranging from practicing social distancing and frequent hand washing at the individual […]
Greenberg, Michael R., Dona Schneider. 2017. Urban Planning and Public Health: A Critical Partnership. American Public Health Association. Michael R. Greenberg wears many hats at the Bloustein School. Besides serving as Interim Dean, Dr. Greenberg is a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Environmental Analysis and Communications Group. Along with co-author Bloustein Associate Dean and […]
M. Greenberg, T. Cox, eds. Economics of Risk Analysis. Virtual issue by Risk Analysis, An International Journal, February 25, 2014. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1539-6924/homepage/special_issue__economics_of_risk_analysis.htm.
M. Greenberg. “Elements and test of a theory of neighborhood civic participation.” Human Ecology Review, 8, 2, 2001, 40-51.
M. Greenberg and H. Truelove, Energy Choices and Perceived Risks: Is it just global warming and fear of a nuclear power plant accident? Risk Analysis, An International Journal. 31(5), 819-831, 2011. Abstract: A survey of 3,200 U.S. residents focused on two issues associated with the use of nuclear and coal fuels to produce electrical energy. The […]
M. Greenberg, Energy Parks for Former Nuclear Weapons Sites? Public Preferences at Six Regional Locations and the United States as a Whole, Energy Policy, volume 38, 5098-5107, 2010. Abstract: The United States Department of Energy has proposed building energy parks at some of its former nuclear sites. These parks would develop technologies to enhance renewable energy […]
M. Greenberg, Energy Policy and Research: The Underappreciation of Trust. Energy Research and Social Science, 1, 152-160, 2014 (inaugural issue) Abstract: The paper defines trust as believing that a person(s) or organization(s) can be relied upon to accomplish objectives because they are competent and possess values and intentions that are consistent with all or part […]
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, K.T. Miller, R. Hordon, and D. Knee. “Environmental impact of reducing sprawl effects through urban redevelopment and growth controls. A case study of Central New Jersey.” Interim report to U.S. EPA, New Brunswick, NJ: National Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment, April 2001.
H. Mayer, M. Greenberg, R. Hordon, D. Knee, K. T. Miller, and C. Danis. “Environmental impact of reducing sprawl effects through urban redevelopment and growth controls: a case study of central New Jersey, Report 14 of National Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment.” final project report to U.S. EPA, Development, Community and Environment Division, February 2002.
M. Greenberg. “Extreme makeovers: The challenge of the largest brownfields.” New Jersey Municipalities. Vol. 82(8), 2005, 108-110.
Greenberg, M.R., Coon, M., Campo, M., & Whytlaw, J. 2017. Finding locations for endurably objectionable energy-related facilities: the CLAMP policy. In The Routledge Research Companion to Energy Geographies (pp.234-246). Routledge. 6
Michael Greenberg, Gwendolyn Greenberg, and Lauren Mazza, Food Pantries, Poverty, and Social Justice, American Journal of Public Health, 100(11), 2021-2022, 2010. Abstract: The authors discuss household food insecurity in the U.S., a problem the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) terms to be a lack of sufficient food with suitable nutritional content to allow all members of […]
K. Crossney, K. Lowrie, H. Mayer, and M. Greenberg. “From the ground up: growing our local capacity for brownfield redevelopment.” New Jersey Municipalities. 84, 9, 2007, 64-65.
M. Greenberg and J. Ferrer, Global Availability of Water, The Praeger Handbook of Environmental Health, Robert Friis, Editor. Volume 3, chapter 1, 1-20, April 2012.
J. Sennick, J. Sherry, C. Andrews, and M. Greenberg. “Go green for better buildings.” New Jersey Municipalities, 83(6), 2006, 78-79.
M. Greenberg. “Grassroots leadership, personality, and neighborhood environments, a case study of New Jersey.” Human Ecology Review, vol. 7(2), Winter 2000, 21-29.
M. Greenberg. “Improving neighborhood quality: a hierarchy of needs.” Housing Policy Debate, 10 (3), 1999, 601-624.
M. Greenberg, Karen Lowrie, Tayfur Altiok, Miachael Lahr, Paul Lioy and Henry Mayer. 2011. Improving Resilience in Rail Transit Corridors: Developing Models for Estimating the Impacts of System Disruptions. TR News. 275 July–August 2011.
M. Greenberg. “Individual-oriented and neighborhood protecting health actions: The critical role of environmental education seeking behavior.” The Environmentalist, 23 (2), 2003, 159-173. Abstract: A relationship between individual health-oriented actions and neighborhood civic activities is proposed, as is a relationship between these behaviors and a personality that seeks information from multiple sources. The proposed relationship was tested […]
Michael Greenberg, Henry Mayer, Karen Lowrie and Judith Shaw. 2008. “Industrial Decline and the Opportunities and Challenges of Brownfield Redevelopment” Community Investments, 20(2): 8-11.
M. Greenberg, D. Simon, H. Mayer, and K. Lowrie. “Internet technology as an aid in brownfields redevelopment.” Journal of Urban Technology, 7(3), 2000, 19-31 (copy received in 2001).
L. Solitare and M. Greenberg. “Is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency brownfield assessment pilot program environmentally just?” Environmental Health Perspectives, 110 (suppl. 2), 2002, April, 249-257.
M. Greenberg and M. Weiner. Keeping Surveys Valid, Reliable, and Useful: A Tutorial. Risk Analysis, An International Journal, online printed, September 2, 2014. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/risa.12250/abstract Abstract: This tutorial focuses on how to produce reliable and generalizable data from random-digit dialing (RDD) landline and cell phone surveys. The article notes that RDD response rates have declined and […]
P. Thacker interview with M. Greenberg, . Keystone XL Spotlights History of Environmental Analysis, http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/2014/05/08/keystone-xl-spotlights-history-of-environmental-analysis/, May 8, 2014. Abstract: The EIS for Keystone XL polarized supporters and opponents, with business interests praising it and environmental groups criticizing it. To get a better understanding of the history and controversies surrounding one of our nation’s oldest environmental […]
K. Lowrie, A. Kennedy, J. Hubert, and M. Greenberg, Media, Local Stakeholders and Alternatives for Nuclear Waste and Energy Facilities, in J. Burger, ed., Stakeholders and Scientists: Achieving Implementable Solutions to Energy and Environmental Issues. Chapter 17, Springer, NY, 409-425, 2011.
Shaw, Judith Auer, Henry Mayer and Michael Greenberg. “Measuring Brownfield Success in New Jersey: How Data Increases Our Competitive Edge” Report prepared for The New Jersey Brownfields Redevelopment Task Force, The Office of Smart Growth Department of Community Affairs, 2008 M. Greenberg. Environmental Policy Analysis and Practice, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2008.
Shaw, Judith Auer, Michael Greenberg, and Henry J. Mayer. “Measuring Redevelopment Benefits: The Search for Data.” Brownfield Renewal, June 2009.
M. Greenberg and L. Issa. “Measuring the success of the Federal government’s brownfields program.” Remediation, vol. 15 (3), 2005, 83-94.
Lowrie, K., A. Kennedy, J. Hubert and M. Greenberg 2011. “Media, Local Stakeholders, and Alternatives for Nuclear Waste and Energy Facilities,” in Burger, J. (ed.) Science Stakeholders: Solutions to Energy and Environmental Issues, New York, NY: Springer (in press). Abstract: In the early part of the twenty-first century, it appears more likely than ever that the […]
M. Greenberg, Neighborhood (pp. 1998-2002), Carcinogens (pp. 335-337), Risk Analysis and Assessment (pp. 2466-240), in Barney Warf, Encyclopedia of Geography, six volumes, Sage Publications, September 2010.
M. Greenberg and J. Hollander. “Neighborhood Stigma Twenty Year Later: Revisiting Superfund Sites in Suburban New Jersey.” The Appraisal Journal. Spring 2006, 161-173.
M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, J. Burger, C. Powers, M. Gochfeld, and H. Mayer. “Nuclear Waste and Public Worries: Public Perceptions of the United States Major Nuclear Weapons Legacy Sites.” Human Ecology Review, 14(1), 2007, 1-12. (lead)
M. Greenberg, M. Weiner. Pain of Sustainability: Limiting the Number of Times Homeowners can Receive Disaster Relief, Sustainability, (6), 2014, 4369-4385. Abstract: A sustainable future for communities that are highly vulnerable to natural hazard events means not locating new sensitive land uses, requiring existing land uses to be retrofitted in order to obtain insurance, and […]
Greenberg, M. et al., 2013. Passenger Rail Security, Planning, and Resilience: Application of Network, Plume, and Economic Simulation Models as Decision Support Tools. Risk Analysis, 33(11), pp.1969–1986. Abstract: We built three simulation models that can assist rail transit planners and operators to evaluate high and low probability rail-centered hazard events that could lead to serious […]
M. Greenberg and K. Crossney. “Perceived neighborhood quality in the United States: measuring outdoor, housing and jurisdictional influences.” Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 41, 181-194, 2007.
M. Borjan, S. Marcella, B. Blount, M. Greenberg, J. Zhang, E. Murphy, L. Valentin-Blasini, and M. Robson. 2011. Perchlorate exposure and lactating women in an urban community in New Jersey.Science of the Total Environment, 409(3):460-464. Abstract: Perchlorate is most widely known as a solid oxidant for missile and rocket propulsion systems although it is also […]
M. Borjan, S. Marcella, B. Blount, M. Greenberg, J. Zhang, E. Murphy, L. Valentin-Blasini, and M. Robson, Perchlorate exposure and lactating women in an urban community in New Jersey. Science of the Total Environment. Electronic publication November 2010. Abstract: Perchlorate is most widely known as a solid oxidant for missile and rocket propulsion systems although […]
M. Greenberg, R. Lane, J. Zupan, and J. Renne. “Physical activity and use of suburban train stations: an exploratory analysis.” Journal of Public Transportation. 8(3), 2005, 89-116.
Populations Vulnerable to Climate Change in New Jersey: Update of a Statistical Analysis, May 2015, Kelly M. Pflicke, Michael Greenberg, Ph.D., Jennifer Whytlaw, Jeanne Herb, Marjorie Kaplan, Dr.P.H.
M. Greenberg and L. Babcock-Dunning. Communication between the public and experts: Predictable differences and opportunities to narrow them in J. Burger, ed., Stakeholders and Scientists: Achieving Implementable Solutions to Energy and Environmental Issues. Chapter 16, Springer, NY, 393-408, 2011.
H. Truelove and M. Greenberg. Preferences for government investment in energy programs: Support for new energy production vs. energy conservation. Environmental Practice. 13, 184,-197, 2011. Abstract: With energy legislation pending in Congress, research is urgently needed on the public’s preferences for environmental policies. This study investigated preferences for government investment in new energy production relative to […]
M. Greenberg, H. Coleman, H. Mayer, and K. Crossney. “Property Taxes and Residents’ Housing Choices: A Case Study of Middlesex County, New Jersey.” Housing Policy Debate, 17(3), 2006, 571-594 (copy received in 2007).
M. Greenberg, Protecting Seniors Against Environmental Disasters: From Hazards and Vulnerability to Prevention and Resilience. Routledge, Earthscan, 2014. Abstract: The baby boom generation were born between 1946 and 1964 and are the largest population cohort in US history. They should number about 90 million by mid-century, more than doubling their current size. The massive increase […]
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, and C. Powers. Public preferences for environmental management practices at DOE’s nuclear waste sites. Remediation, 21(2), 117-131. Abstract: Residents who lived within 50 miles of one of six major US Department of Energy nuclear waste sites were asked in 2005 and again in 2010 to rate environmental management options. Respondents expressed strong […]
M. Greenberg, M. Weiner, R. Noland, J. Herb, M. Kaplan, T. Broccoli, Public Support for Policies to Reduce Risk after Hurricane Sandy, Risk Analysis, An International Journal, 34(6), 997-2012. Abstract: A phone survey was conducted in New Jersey in 2013 four months after the second of two major devastating tropical storms (Sandy in 2012 and […]
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, K.T. Miller, R. Hordon, and D. Knee. “Reestablishing public health and land use planning to protect public water supplies.” American Journal of Public Health, 93(9), 2003, 1522-1526.
C. Kozub and M. Greenberg, Regional stakeholder meeting for New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia corridor, National Transportation Security Center of Excellence, Newark, New Jersey, February 6, 2009.
M. Greenberg. “Reversing urban decay: brownfield redevelopment and environmental health.”Environmental Health Perspectives. vol. 111 (2), 2003, 74-75.
M. Greenberg and H. Truelove, Right Answers and Right-Wrong Answers: Sources of Information Influencing Knowledge of Nuclear-Related Information, Socioeconomic Planning Sciences, electronic publication, April 13, 2010, volume 44, 2010, 130-140.
Michael Greenberg, Karen Lowrie, Henry Mayer, Tayfur Altiok, Risk-Based Decision Support Tools: Protecting Rail-Centered Transit Corridors from Cascading Effects. Risk Analysis, An International Journal, electronic version, May 19, 2011. Abstract: We consider the value of decision support tools for passenger rail system managers. First, we call for models that follow events along main rail lines and […]
M. Greenberg, Sanitation and Public Health: A Heritage to Remember and Continue, American Journal of Public Health, 102 (2), 204-206, 2012. Abstract: The author reflects on a lack of proper sanitation and lack of access to clean drinking water which exist in 2012 in many countries across the globe outside of the U.S. He suggests that […]
M. Greenberg and L. Osafo. “Secular and faith-based organizations as reliable information sources for residents of environmentally stressed neighborhoods.” Local Environment, 5,(2), 2000, 171-189.
M. Greenberg, N. Mantell, M. Lahr, F. Felder, and R. Zimmerman, Short and intermediate economic impact of a terrorist-initiated loss of electric power: case study of New Jersey, Energy Policy, 35, 2007, 722-733.
M. Greenberg. “Should housing be built on former brownfield sites?” American Journal of Public Health, 92 (5), 2002, 703-704.
M. Greenberg, K.T. Miller, K. Lowrie, and H. Mayer. “Surveying the land: brownfields in medium-sized and small communities.” Public Manager, vol 83 (1), 2001, 18-23.
M. Greenberg, M. Weiner, H. Mayer, D. Kosson, C. Powers. Sustainability as a Priority at Major U.S. Department of Energy’s Defense Sites: Surrounding Population Views, Sustainability, 2014, 6, 2013-2030; doi:10.3390/su6042013 Abstract: Sustainability is rapidly becoming a widely accepted and desired attitude, as well as a stimulus for both environmentally-conscious individuals and firm behavior. However, does […]
M. Greenberg, C. Haas, A. Cox, Jr, K. Lowrie, K. McComas, and W. North, Ten Most Important Accomplishments in Risk Analysis, 1980-2010. Risk Analysis, An International Journal. 32(5), 771-781, 2012. Abstract: The article discusses the 10 most important accomplishments in risk analysis for the period 1980-2010. The list, which include accomplishments that focus on health, safety, and […]
M. Greenberg, The affect heuristic, correspondence analysis, and understanding LULUs, Risk Analysis, An International Journal. 32(3), 478-480, 2012. Abstract: The author comments on the study “Affective Imagery and Acceptance of Replacing Nuclear Power Plants,” by C. Keller and colleagues, published in the March 2012 issue of “Risk Analysis.” He argues in support of the need to […]
Campo, M., Greenberg, M., Mayer, H., & Lowrie, K. (2014). The Challenges of Obtaining Credible Data for Transportation Security Modeling. In C. Brown, K. Peters, & K. Nyarko (Eds.) Cases on Research and Knowledge Discovery: Homeland Security Centers of Excellence (pp. 1-19). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-5946-9.ch001
M. Greenberg, The Environmental Impact Statement After Two Generations: Managing Environmental Power, New York: Routledge, November 2011.
M. Greenberg and J. Hollander. “The EPA’s brownfield pilot program as a worthwhile federalist environmental innovation.” American Journal of Public Health, 96 (2), 2006, 277-281.
M. Greenberg. The Senior Elderly, Environmental Risks, and Generation Gaps. Human Ecology Review. 19(1), 37-49. Abstract: We asked a national sample of 651 US residents about the feelings, emotions, images and colours they associated with nearby waste management, energy, industrial facilities and other big developments commonly regarded as locally unwanted land uses (LULUs). The respondents showed […]
M. Greenberg, D. Schneider, K. Lowrie, and A. Dey. “The theory of neighbourhood decline due to pariah land uses: regaining control of the downward cycle.” Local Environment. Vol. 13, no. 1, 2008, 15-26. Available to order.
M. Greenberg. Time to worry: whither risk analysis and the compression of government funding in the United States? Risk Analysis, An International Journal. 31(3), 344, 2011.
M. Greenberg, M. Weiner, D. Kosson, C. Powers. Trust in the U.S. Department of Energy: a Post-Fukushima Rebound. Energy Research & Social Science, 2, 145-147, 2014. Abstract: Data from surveys of people living within 50 miles of major U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sites in 2010, 2011 and 2013 were analyzed to determine if the […]
K. Lowrie, M. Greenberg, and D. Knee. “Turning brownfields into ballfields.” New Jersey Municipalities, 79 (6), 2002, 608 (lead article).
Understanding Climate Change and Flood Risk for New Jersey’s Senior Citizens, January 2015, Ai Yamanaka, Jennifer Whytlaw, Jeanne Herb, Michael Greenberg, Ph.D., Marjorie Kaplan, Dr.P.H.
M. Greenberg, M. Lahr, and N. Mantell. Understanding the economic costs and benefits of catastrophes and their aftermath: a review and suggestions for the US federal government. Risk Analysis. 27 (1), 2007, 83-96. Abstract: The number and magnitude of devastating natural and human events make it imperative that we actively and systematically estimate the costs and benefits […]
M. Greenberg and K. Lowrie. Kenneth J. Arrow: Understanding uncertainty and its role in the world economy. Risk Analysis, An International Journal. 30(6), 873-874, 2010.
C. Danis, L. Solitare, M. Greenberg, and H. Mayer. “Using a geographic information system (GIS) to help shape redevelopment of small urban centers.” in W. Wiewel and G-J Knaap, eds. Partnerships for Smart Growth, Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Land Institute, 2005, 83-94.
M. Greenberg, “Voices from the Past: Prescription for a Planet: the Ninth Bronfman Lecture,” by R.E. Train, and Russell E. Train: A leading environmental figure of the 1970s, American Journal of Public Health, 100(4), April 2010, 604-607.
M. Greenberg. “Was 1992-2000 the best of times for American urban neighborhoods?” The Geographical Review, 93(1), 2003, 81-96. Abstract: A survey of about 400 New Jersey residents was conducted in zoo1 in order to determine whether people believed that their home neighborhood benefited during the unprecedented economic boom of the 1990s. In this analysis of public […]
M. Greenberg and J. Renne. “Where does walkability matter the most? An environmental justice interpretation of New Jersey data.” Journal of Urban Health, vol 82(1), 2005, 90-100.
M. Greenberg, L. Babcock-Dunning. Worrying about Terrorism and Other Acute Environmental Health Hazard Events, American Journal of Public Health, 102(4), 651-656, 2012. Abstract: Objectives. To better understand why some people worry more about terrorism compared with others, we measured how much US residents worried about a terrorist event in their area and examined the association of […]