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Publications - 2007

Haynes, K., Barclay, J., Pidgeon, N.F. (2007) An evaluation of volcanic hazard maps as a communication tool on the Caribbean Island of Montserrat. Bulletin of Volcanology, Vol 70(2), 123-138.

Horlick-Jones, T., Walls, J., Rowe, G., Pidgeon, N.F., Poortinga, W., Murdock, G. and O’Riordan, T. (2007) The GM Debate: Risk, Politics and Public Deliberation, (London: Routledge), pp 217.

Lorenzoni, I., Nicholson-Cole, S., & Whitmarsh, L. (2007). Barriers perceived to engaging with climate change among the UK public and their policy implications. Global Environmental Change, 17(3-4), 445-459. [pdf]

Parkhill, K. A., (2007), “Tensions between Scottish national policies for onshore wind energy and local dissatisfaction - insights from regulation theory”, European Environment, Vol. 17 No. 5, pp. 307-320. [pdf]

Pidgeon, N.F. and Poortinga, W. (2007) British public attitudes to agricultural biotechnology and the 2003 GM Nation? public debate: distrust, ambivalence and risk. In P. Glasner, P. Atkinson and H. Greenslade (eds.) New Genetics, New Social Formations, (London, Routledge), pp 10-36.

Pidgeon, N.F., Poortinga, W. and Walls, J. (2007) Reliance and skepticism in risk managing organizations: towards a conceptual model of ‘critical trust’. In M. Siegrist, T.C. Earle and H. Gutscher (eds.) Trust in Cooperative Risk Management: Uncertainty and Scepticism in the Public Mind, (London, Earthscan), pp117-142.

Pidgeon, N.F. and Rogers-Hayden, T. (2007) Opening up nanotechnology dialogue with the publics: risk communication or ‘upstream engagement’? Health, Risk and Society, 9, 191-210.

Poortinga, W. and Pidgeon, N.F. (2007) Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology in Britain: the case of GM food. In J. Shanahan, D. Brossard and C. Nesbitt (eds) The Public, the Media, and Agricultural Biotechnology, (Wallingford, Oxon: CABI Publishing), pp. 21-56.

Rogers-Hayden, T. and Pidgeon, N.F. (2007) Moving engagement “upstream”? Nanotechnologies and the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering Inquiry. Public Understanding of Science, 16, 346-364.