Wheeler, J. and Heberle, L. (2019) “Towards a Transdisciplinary Superfund Research Center at the University of Louisville”Sustain Fall/Winter 2019. (Invited)
Heberle, L., Schilling, J., McReynolds, B., Sizemore, S. (2017). "HUD's Sustainable Communities Initiative: An Emerging Model of Place-Based Federal Policy and Collaborative Capacity Building."Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research. Vol. 19. Number 3, pp. 9-37.
Heberle, L., Merrill, S., Keeley, C. and Lloyd, S. (April 2014) "Local knowledge and participatory climate change planning in the northeastern U.S." in International Perspectives on Climate Change: Latin America and Beyond (Editors Profs. Leal, Filho; Alves, Fatima; Caeiro, Sandra; and Azeiteiro; Ulisses). Springer. Cham Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London, pp. 239-252.
Heberle, L & Christensen, I., (2011) "US environmental governance and local climate change mitigation policies: California's story", Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal. Vol. 22 Iss: 3, pp.317 – 329.
Heberle, L. & Wernstedt, K. (2006) “Understanding Brownfields Regeneration in the US.” Local Environment: Special Edition Sustainability and Brownfields. Vol. 11, No. 5, 479-497.
Wernstedt, K., Meyer, P.B., Aberini, A., Heberle, L. (2006) “Incentives for Private Residential Brownfields Development in U.S. Urban Areas”. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. V49n1.pp. 101-119.
Meyer, P.B., Wernstedt, K. Heberle, L. Alberini, A. (2005). “Public Policy to Attract Private Capital to Contaminated Sites: The Relative Values Developers Assign to Different Incentives.” Proceedings of CABERNet 2005: The International Conference on Managing Urban Land. pp. 232-237 (refereed proceedings).