Ayre, Clive Earth, faith and mission: the theology and practice of earthcare. Preston, VIC, Australia: Mosaic Press, 2013.
Conradie, Ernst M. and Ayre, Clive W. (2016). Ecclesiology and ecology in ecumenical perspective. In Clive W. Ayre and Ernst M. Conradie (Ed.), The Church in God's Household: Protestant Perspectives on Ecclesiology and Ecology (pp. 1-9) Pietermaritzburg, South Africa: Cluster Publications.
Ayre, Clive W., Bookless, Dave, Geyer, Colleen, Monro, Anita and Reichardt, David (2016). Ecology and service (Diakonia): Putting words into action. In Clive W. Ayre and Ernst M. Conradie (Ed.), The Church in God's Household: Protestant Perspectives on Ecclesiology and Ecology (pp. 54-74) Pietermaritzburg, South Africa: Cluster Publications.
Ayre, Clive W. (2014). Where on earth is the church? Theological reflection on the nature, mission, governance and ministry of the church. In Ernst M. Conradie, Sigurd Bergmann, Celia Deane-Drummond and Denis Edwards (Ed.), Christian faith and the earth: current paths and emerging horizons in ecotheology (pp. 137-156) London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury T&T Clark. doi:10.5040/9780567659613.ch-008
Ayre, Clive W. (2013). Climate change and a climate of change in the church. In Anne Elvey and David Gormley-O'Brien (Ed.), Climate Change: Cultural Change. Religious Responses and Responsibilities (pp. 48-61) Preston, VIC, Australia: Mosaic Press.
Moore, Clive and Sandgren, Håkan (2011). Government papers and publications, journals and periodicals held in The University of Queensland libraries. In Pacific studies at The University of Queensland 1990-2011 (pp. 50-69) St Lucia, QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland.
Ayre, Clive (2012) Christian faith and the Earth: a regional response to a global issue. Australian Journal of Mission Studies, 6 1: 20-27.
Ayre, Clive (2012) Mainstreaming eco mission: Uniting around a global issue. Uniting Theology and Church, 8: .
Clive Ayre (2008). Approach to Ecological Mission in and Through the Christian Community in Australia: Beyond Apathy to Committed Action PhD Thesis, History Philosophy Religion and Classics, The University of Queensland.