2017. The Capitalocene, Part I: On the Nature and Origins of Our Ecological CrisisThe Journal of Peasant Studies 44(3), 594-630.

2017. The Capitalocene, Part II: Accumulation by Appropriation and the Centrality of Unpaid Work/EnergyThe Journal of Peasant Studies, in press.

2015. Nature in the Limits to Capital (and Vice Versa): Why Limits Thinking Has Been So Flawed and How to Start Fixing ItRadical Philosophy 193, 9-19.

2015. Cheap Food & Bad Climate: From Surplus Value in Negative Value in the Capitalist World-EcologyCritical Historical Studies 2(1), 1-42.

2014. Toward a Singular Metabolism: Epistemic Rifts and Environment-Making in the Capitalist World-EcologyNew Geographies 6, 10-19

2012. Cheap Food and Bad Money: Food, Frontiers, and Financialization in the Rise and Demise of NeoliberalismReview 33(2-3), 225-261.

2011. Ecology, Capital, and the Nature of Our Times:  Accumulation & Crisis in the Capitalist World-EcologyJournal of World-Systems Analysis 17(1), 108-147.

2011. Transcending the Metabolic Rift: A Theory of Crises in the Capitalist World-EcologyThe Journal of Peasant Studies 38(1), 1-46.

2010. ‘Amsterdam is Standing on Norway’, Part I: The Alchemy of Capital, Empire, and Nature in the Diaspora of Silver, 1545-1648The Journal of Agrarian Change 10(1), 33-68.

2010. ‘Amsterdam is Standing on Norway’, Part II: The Global North Atlantic in the Ecological Revolution of the Seventeenth CenturyThe Journal of Agrarian Change 10(2), 188-227.

2010. The End of the Road? Agricultural Revolutions in the Capitalist World-Ecology, 1450-2010The Journal of Agrarian Change 10(3), 389-413

2003. Capitalism as World-Ecology: Braudel and Marx on Environmental HistoryOrganization & Environment 16(4), 431-458.

2003. Nature and the Transition from Feudalism to CapitalismReview: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center 26(2), 97-172

2003. The Modern World-System as Environmental History? Ecology and the Rise of CapitalismTheory & Society 32(3), 307-377.

2001. Capitalist Development in World-Historical Perspective, with Giovanni Arrighi, in Robert Albritton, et al., eds., Phases of Capitalist Development. New York: Palgrave, 56-75.

2000. Environmental Crises and the Metabolic Rift in World-Historical PerspectiveOrganization & Environment 13(2), 123-158.

2000. Marx and the Historical Ecology of Capital Accumulation on a World Scale: Comment on HornborgJournal of World-Systems Research 6(1), 134-139.

2000. Sugar and the Expansion of the Early Modern World-Economy: Commodity Frontiers, Ecological Transformation, and IndustrializationReview: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center 23(3), 409-433