Publications - 2009
Butler, C. and Pidgeon, N.F. (2009) Public understanding of climate change and the media: reporting scientific consensus on anthropogenic warming. In T. Boyce and J. Lewis (eds.) Media and Climate Change, New York: Peter Lang, 43-58.
Doria, M., Pidgeon, N.F. and Hunter, P. (2009) Perceptions of drinking water quality and risk and its effect on behaviour: A cross-national study. Science of the Total Environment, 407, 5455-5464. [pdf]
Groves, C. (2009), "Nanotechnology, Contingency and Finitude", Nanoethics, 3 (1), pp. 1-16*
Groves, C. (2009) "Future Ethics: Risk, Care and Non-Reciprocal Responsibility", Journal of Global Ethics, 5 (1), pp. 17-31* (published in tandem with a response by Professor Robin Attfield, Department of
Groves, C. (2009), “Predict and Provide”. Planet Extra.
Groves, C. (2009), “Living with Uncertainty: the South Wales Natural Gas Pipeline”, Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, 195 (Summer 2009), pp. 74-83.
Pidgeon, N.F. (2009) Promoting environmentally responsible behaviours and citizenship. In: Life-Change for a One Planet Wales: Viewpoints. Cardiff: Cynnal Cymru.
Pidgeon, N.F. (2009) Still unsure about nuclear. Society Now, Spring 2009, p17.
Pidgeon, N.F. and Butler, C. (2009) Risk analysis and climate change. Environmental Politics, 18(5), 670-688. [pdf]
Pidgeon, N.F., Harthorn, B., Bryant, K. and Rogers-Hayden, T. (2009) Deliberating the risks of nanotechnology for energy and health applications in the US and UK. Nature Nanotechnology, Vol 4, Feb 2009, 95-98. [pdf]
Pidgeon, N.F., Harthorn, B. and Satterfield, T. (2009) Nanotec good or bad? The Chemical Engineer, Dec 2009, 37-39.
Spence, A. and Pidgeon, N.F. (2009) Psychology, climate change and sustainable behavior, Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 51(6), 8-18. [pdf]
Spence, A., Pidgeon, N.F. and Uzzell, D. (2009) Climate change – psychology’s contribution. The Psychologist, 22(2) 108-111. [pdf]
Venables, D., Pidgeon, N.F., Henwood, K.L., Simmons, P and Parkhill, K.A. (2009) Living with nuclear power: a Q-method study of local community perceptions. Risk Analysis, 29, 1089-1104. [pdf]