Celia Green

BA Melb, BVMS (Hons) Murdoch University
PhD Candidate


Research topic:

Cross country analysis of sustainable diet policy

My research aims to examine why there are globally no robust policies on changing consumer behaviour towards consuming environmentally sustainable diets. Utilising Sweden and Australia as case study comparisons and using a political science analysis I aim to identify factors contributing to the current lack of policy action in this area. 


Research interests

  • Public policy and policy processes
  • Public health policy
  • Social equity




Peer reviewed journal papers

Green C, Dickinson H, Carey G & Joyce A. (2019). Barriers to policy action on the social determinants of health for people with disability. Disability & Society (under review)

Guierri, L., Gordon, R., Barraket, J.,  Joyce, A. & Green, C. (2018). Social marketing and social movements: creating inclusive social change coalitions. Journal of Social Marketing, https://doi.org/10.1108/JSOCM-12-2016-0078

Malbon,E., Alexander, D., Carey. G., Reeders, D., Green, C., Dickinson, H. & Kavanaugh, A. (2018). Adapting to a marketised system: Network analysis of a personalisation scheme in early implementation. Health and Social Care in the Community, doi: 10.1111/hsc.12639.

Joyce, A., Green, C, Kerney, S, Lung, L., & Ollis, D. Alignment and political will – Upscaling an Australian respectful relationships program. Health Promotion International, doi: 10.1093/heapro/day034

Joyce, A., Green, C., Carey, G. & Malbon, E. (2016). The ‘Practice Entrepreneur’ – A case study of a systems thinking inspired health promotion initiative. Health Promotion International, 1-11.

Kearney, S., Leung, L., Joyce, A., Ollis, D., & Green, C. (2016). Applying systems theory to the evaluation of a whole school approach to violence prevention. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 27(3), 230-235.

Peer reviewed book chapters

Green, C. Joyce., A., Hallett J. & Carey, G. (2015). The greenhouse gas emissions of various dietary practices and intervention possibilities to reduce this impact. In T. Raphaely & D Marinova (eds). Impacts of Meat Consumption on Health and Environmental Sustainability. IGI Global, Hershey, PA

Foenander, E., Green, C, Portsmouth, L., and Raphaely, T (2017). Marketing an environmentally sustainable catering model in a tertiary residential college: A case study. In T. Raphaely & D Marinova (eds). Social Marketing and its Influence on Animal Origin Food Product Consumption. IGI Global, Hershey, PA