Articles in international journals

  • Simon, S. (2022) The ‘Covid-Trigger’: New Light on Urban Agriculture and Systemic Approach to Urbanism to Co-Create a Sustainable Lisbon. Syst Pract Action Res (2022). 
  • Simon, S. (2021) Ré-introduire le patrimoine de l’eau parmi les communs : pour un développement alternatif et durable au Maroc. In F. Cominelli (Ed.) In Situ ; Au regards des sciences sociales. Ministère de la culture et de la communication. Special Issue, Patrimoine et Communs.
  • Simon, S. (2021) “Territorial Education through Urban Agriculture. Contributing to Building Sustainable Cities in Times of a Pandemic”. Submitted to Journal Current Issues in Comparative Education. Special Winter Issue, Vol 23(1).
  • Simon, S. (2011). Using ICTs to Explore Moroccan Women’s Ideas about Their Emancipation. Gender, Technology and Development 15 (2): 301-317.
  • Simon, S. (2007). Complexity, democracy and sustainability: promoting water security through systemic online negotiations. Systems Practice and Action Research (SPAR) journal 20 (3): 273-291.
  • Simon, S. (2006). Systemic Educational Approaches to Environmental Issues: The Contribution of Ecological Art. Systemic Practice and Action Research 19 (2): 143-157.
  • Simon, S. (2004). Systemic Evaluation Methodology: The Emergence of Social Learning From Environmental ICT Prototypes. Systemic Practice and Action Research 17 (5): 471-496.
  • Simon, S. (2003). “An illustrative application of the CRITINC framework to the UK”. Ecological Economics 44: 255-275.
  • Simon, S. (2003). “A framework for the practical application of the concepts of critical natural capital and strong sustainability”. Ecological  Economics 44: 165-185.
  • Ekins, Paul; Simon, Sandrine. 2001. “Estimating sustainability gaps: methods and preliminary applications for the UK and the Netherlands”. Ecological Economics 37 (1): 5-22.
  • Simon, S. (2000). “An accounting representation of sustainable agriculture practices: the case of a biogas agricultural unit in Sichuan”. Sustainable Development 8 (2): 106-120.
  • Simon, S. (1999). “Environmental Review: A Framework for Sustainable Water Management: Integrating Ecological Constraints in Policy Tools in the United Kingdom”. Environmental Practice 1 (4): 227-238.
  • Proops, J. L.R., Atkinson, G., Schlotheim, B.F., Simon, S. (1999). “International trade and the sustainability footprint: a practical criterion for its assessment”. Ecological Economics 28 (1): 75-97. doi. org.
  • Simon, S. (1999). “A framework for sustainable water management: integrating ecological constraints in policy tools in the UK”. Environmental Practice: 227-238.
  • Ekins, P. & Simon, S. (1999). “The sustainability gap: a practical indicator of sustainability in the framework of the national accounts”. International Journal of Sustainable Development 2 (1): 32.


  • Simon, S. (2021). Reviving Indigenous water management practices in Morocco: Alternative pathways to sustainable Development. Routledge. Available here.
  • Simon, S. (2020). Histoire d’eau Le patrimoine de l’eau rejailli des sources pour un développement alternatif au Maroc. L’Harmattan Maghreb.
  • Simon, S. (2009). Sustainability and water management. The Open University.
  • Simon, S. (2000). Greening the accounts. Cheltenham, Reino Unido: Edward Elgar.

Book chapters

  • Sebti, H. & S. Simon (2020). Exploring the harmful effect of informational dissonance on students’ recruitment. In E.Mogaji, F. Maringe & R. Ebo Hinson (Eds.). Strategic Marketing of Higher Education in Africa, (pp. 59-75). Routledge.
  • Sebti, H. & S. Simon (2020). Exploring the harmful effect of informational dissonance on students’ recruitment. In E.Mogaji, F. Maringe & R. Ebo Hinson (Eds.). Strategic Marketing of Higher Education in Africa, (pp. 59-75). Routledge.
  • Simon, S. (2013). Bridging divides in the Arab world: the use of ICT platforms to promote women’s emancipation in Morocco. In Roselli, J. & E. Gulick (Eds.). Information and Communication Technologies: New Research. Series: Media and Communication Technologies: policies and challenges. Nova publishers.
  • Simon, S. (2011) From traditional to modern water management systems; reflection on the evolution of a water ethic in semi arid Morocco. In Uli Uhlig (Ed.). Current issues of water management (pp. 229-258). InTech publishers.
  • Simon, S. (2009). Managing water for sustainable development across international boundaries: the Rhine river basin. In G. Wilson et al. (Eds.) Environment, Development and Sustainability. perspectives and cases from around the world. The Open University, in association with Oxford University Press.
  • Simon, S. (2002) Participatory online environmental education at the Open University UK. In W. Leal Filho (Ed.). Teaching sustainability at universities – towards curriculum greening. Lang Publishing, Incorporated.
  • Simon, S. (2002). Sharing international waters: from conflict to co-operation in the Nile and Danube. In International Development: challenges for a world in transition – Sustainability, OU course U213, OU
  • Simon, S. (2002) two entries (Recycling and Environmental Accounts) in Barry, John & E. Gene Frankland (editors) (1st edition) (2002) International encyclopaedia of environmental politics. Routledge.
  • Simon, S. & J. Proops (Eds.) (2000). Greening the accounts. Edward Elgar
  • Simon, S. (1998) Green national accounting: conceptual shifts, construction and implementation, in M. Scott (Ed) Green Economics: beyond supply and demand to meeting people’s needs. Earthscan.
  • Ekins, P. and Simon, S. (1998) Determining the sustainability gap: national accounting for environmental sustainability. In Vaze, P. (Ed.). UK environmental accounts (pp. 147-167). ONS, London.  

Communications at international events

  • Simon, S. (2011). “Bridges between traditional and modern water policies in Morocco. Cultural ingenuity, social adaptability, climatic constraints, and modern economic aspirations in the rehabilitation of the medina of Fes.”. Paper presented in 7th international environmental, cultural, economic and social sustainability conference in New Zealand, New Zealand.
  • Simon, S. (2010). “LLamadas – back to home, homeostatis and harmony. An audio visual flamenco project based on art education to promote eco-health.”. Paper presented in International ECO-Health conference.

Communications at national events

  • Simon, S. (2019). Verdir l’economie ou… la boucler? Cycles de conférences internes 27 Mars 2019. Faculté des sciences humaines et sociales.

Other publications

  • Simon, Sandrine. 2020. Book Review of “Water, Sustainable Development and the Nexus””. Review of Water, Sustainable Development and the Nexus. Water Allternatives.
  • Simon, S. (2019). Book Review of “Water on sand: Environmental histories of the Middle East and North Africa”,”. Review of Water on Sand: Environmental histories of the Middle East and North Africa. Water Alternatives.
  • Demnati, M. (2020). Genevieve Barrier Demnati. Casablanca, Morocco: Graphely. (translation)
  • Smiegel, E. & S. Simon (2019). An Exploration of the Confusion between Concept andFormalization amongst the Community of Teachers in Physics. ATINER Conference on Engineering Education 2018,Jun 2018, Athènes, Grèce. hal-02163188 HARL Archives ouvertes.  Available here.
  • Simon, S. (2017). “Education: et si le numérique changeait vraiment la donne?”. Innovation Review. Available here.