Murphy Greene, C. (Ed.) (2022). Environmental Justice and Resiliency in an Age of Uncertainty. New York: Routledge-Taylor & Francis, Inc.
Thornton, T., Murphy-Greene, C. Simon, K.(2020) “Community Resilience: Measuring Social and Political Vulnerability in the Aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.” Journal of Emergency Management. Fall.
Murphy Greene, C. (2020, Summer). “Assault on the Administrative State: Why It Is Getting Harder to Run a Constitution in the Trump Administration.” PA Times. Pg. 6 &7.
Murphy-Greene, C. (2013). “A Cape Cod Awakening, summer ‘88”. Cape Cod Times. Pg. A10.
Murphy-Greene, C. (2010). "Agricultural Workers and Environmental Justice: An Assessment of the Federal Worker Protection Standards.” in Speaking Green with a Southern Accent: Exceptionalism and Environmental Innovation in the South. Ed. Morris, J. Lexington Press.
Murphy-Greene, C. (2007). "Environmental Justice: A Global Perspective." in Handbook of Globalization and the Environment. Ed. Thai, K., Rahm, D., Coggburn, J. New York: Taylor and Francis, Inc.
Blair, J. and Murphy-Greene, C. (2007). "Towards a Model Community Indicator Program: Drawing Experience from the Construction of the San Diego-Tijuana CIP." Journal of Economics. 1(1).
Murphy-Greene, C. and Blair, J. (2004). "Binational Vital Signs: A Quality of Life Indicator Program for the San Diego-Tijuana Metropolitan Region." Review of Policy Research. 21 (5): 681-697.
Murphy-Greene, C. (2003, December). "Living in Paradise Has Its Price: The Case of the San Diego Wild Fires." PA Times. Pg. 3.
Murphy, C. and Leip, L. (2002). "Assessing the Effectiveness of Executive Order 12898: Environmental Justice for All? Public Administration Review. 62 (6): 650-658.
Murphy, C. and Leip, L. (2002). “Environmental Justice: A Case Study of Farm Workers in South Florida. International Journal of Public Administration. 25(2/3): 193-220.
Murphy, C. (2002). The Occupational Safety and Health of Florida Farm Workers: Environmental Injustice in the Fields?” Journal of Health and Human Services Administration. 25(3): 281-314.