Thompson, G.F., Steiner, R.S., & Carbonell, A. (2016). Nature and Cities: The Ecological Imperative in Urban Design. Land Lines Winter 2016.
Lister, N-M, Brocki, M., & Ament, R. (2015). Integrated Adaptive Design for Wildlife Movement Under Climate Change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13, 493-502.
Lister, N-M. (2015). In Green, J., Many Small-Scale Projects. Designed for the Future: 80 Practical Ideas for a Sustainable World (pp. 114-115). New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press.
Lister, N-M. (2015). Resilience: Designing the New Sustainability. Topos, 90, 15-21.
Lister, N-M. (2015). New Infrastructure for Landscape Connectivity. LA+ University of Pennsylvania School of Design Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture, 1.
Lister, N-M. (2014). Review: Landscape Architecture in Canada. Ground, 27, 32-33.
Lister, N-M, & Brocki, M. (2014). Embracing Complexity: Ecological Design for Living Landscapes. Oz, 36.
Lister, N-M. (2014). Projective Ecologies – Book Preview. Landscape Architecture Magazine.
Lister, N-M. (2014). Ecological Thinking, Design Practices. Landscape Architecture Magazine.
Lister, N-M. (2014). Ecological Thinking, Design Practices. In Reed, C. & Lister, N-M (Eds.), Projective Ecologies. Cambridge: Harvard GSD & New York: ACTAR.
Lister, N-M. (2014). Parallel Geneologies, Critical Ecologies. In Reed, C. & Lister, N-M (Eds.), Projective Ecologies. Cambridge: Harvard GSD & New York: ACTAR.
Lister, N-M. (2014). Hydrophilia: Urban Ecologies at the Water’s Edge. In Shannon, K. & De Meulder, B. (Eds.), Water Urbanisms – East. Zürich: Park Books.
Lister, N-M. (2012). Crossing the Road, Raising the Bar: The ARC International Design Competition. Journal of Ecological Restoration, 30(4), 335-340.
Lister, N-M. (2012). Map-Making as Place-Making: Building Social Capital for Urban Sustainability. In Dale A., Dushenko B., Robinson P. (Eds.), Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place (pp. 50-80). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Lister, N-M. (2012). Reconciling Mobility: Redesigning the Road, Reweaving Landscape. Minding Nature, 5(1), 19-29.
Lister, N-M. (2012). Georgian Bay, Muskoka, and Haliburton: More than Cottage Country. In Nelson, G. (Eds.), Beyond the Global City: Understanding and Planning for the Diversity of Ontario (pp. 168-200). Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Lister, N-M. (2011). New Wildlife Crossing Structures. Topos, 74, 82-89.
Carruthers, D., & Lister, N-M. (2011). Mapping Our Heritage: Bringing Natural Heritage into Ontario’s Municipal Cultural Resources Framework.
Lister, N-M. (2010). Insurgent Ecologies: (Re) Claiming Ground in Landscape and Urbanism. In M. Mostafavi with G. Doherty (Eds.), Ecological Urbanism (pp. 524-535). Zürich: Lars Müller Publishers.
Lister, N-M. (2010). ARC International Wildlife Crossing Infrastructure Design Competition Brief.
Lister, N-M. (2009). Water/Front. The Design Observer Group.
Lister, N-M. (2009). Water/Front. In Knechtel, J. (Eds.), WATER (pp. 188-205). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Lister, N-M. (2008). Biodiversity: Bridging Science and Values. In Waltner-Toews, D., Kay, J. , & Lister, N-M. (Eds.), The Ecosystem Approach: Complexity, Uncertainty, and Managing for Sustainability (pp. 83-107). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Lister, N-M. (2008). Toronto’s Foodscape: Filling Food Deserts with an Edible Landscape. In Zardini, M., & Borasi, G. (Eds.), Actions: What You Can Do With the City. Montreal, QC: Canadian Centre for Architecure & Amsterdam: SUN.
Lister, N-M. (2007). Placing Food: Toronto’s Edible Landscape. In Knechtel, J. (Eds.), FOOD: Alphabet City Series (pp. 148-186). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Lister, N-M. (2007). Sustainable Large Parks: Ecological design or designer ecology?. In Czerniak, J., & Hargreaves, G. (Eds.), Large Parks (pp. 31-51). New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press.
Lister, N-M. (2006). Trashed Space: Reclaiming Urban Junkscape. In Knechtel, J. (Eds.), TRASH: Alphabet City Series (pp. 63-74). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Lister, N-M. (2006). Landscapes on the Edge: (Re)Considering the Park in the Contemporary Metropolitan Region. In Qvistrom, M., & Saltzman, K. (Eds.), Ephemeral Landscapes: Exploring Landscape Dynamics at the Edge of the City.
Lister, N-M. (2006). Ecological Design for Industrial Ecology: Opportunities for (Re)Discovery. In Coté, R., Tansey, J., & Dale, A. (Eds.), Linking Industry and Ecology: A Question of Design (pp. 15-28). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Luka, N., & Lister, N-M. (2000). Our Place: Community Eco-design Means Re-Integrating Local Culture and Nature. Alternative Journals, 26(3), 25-30.
Lister, N-M. (2000). Shared Space. Alternative Journals, 26(3), 33-34.
Lister, N-M., & Kay, J.J. (2000). Celebrating Diversity: Adaptive Planning and Biodiversity. In Bocking, S. (Ed.), Biodiversity In Canada: Ecology, Ideas and Action (pp. 189-218). Toronto, ON: UofT Press.
Bass, B., Byers R.E., & Lister, N-M. (1999). Integrating research on ecohydrology and land use change with land use management. Hydrological Processes, 12, 2217-2233.
Lister, N-M. (1998). A systems approach to biodiversity conservation planning. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 49(2/3), 123-155.
Lister, N-M. (1996). Environmental Management: Overcoming the Oxymoron. Ontario Planning Journal, 11(4), 20.
Lister, N-M., & Stevens, P. (1994). Environmental Education: Teaching Sustainability through Design. Ontario Eco-Architecture, 2, 104-117.