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Publications - 2010

Bickerstaff, K., Lorenzoni, I., Jones, M. and Pidgeon, N. (2010) Locating scientific citizenship: the institutional contexts and cultures of public engagement. Science Technology and Human Values, 35(4), 474-500. [pdf]

Butler, C., (2010). Morality and Climate Change: is leaving your T.V on standby a risky behaviour? Environmental Values, 19(2): 169-192.  [pdf]

Capstick, S. & Lewis, A. (2010). Effects of personal carbon allowances on decision-making: evidence from an experimental simulation. Climate Policy, 10, 369-384. [pdf]

Corner, A. and Pidgeon. N.F. (2010) Geoengineering the climate – the social and ethical implications, Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 52(1), 24-37. [pdf]

Groves, C. (2010) ”The public perception of nanotechnology: is it all about risk?”, Nanotechnology Perceptions, 6(2), pp. 85-94.

Groves, C. (2010), “Living in Uncertainty: The Limits of Risk Thinking”, in Future Ethics: Climate Change and Apocalyptic Imagination, ed. Stefan Skrimshire, London: Continuum.

Groves, C. (2010), "The Futures of Causality: Hans Jonas and Gilles Deleuze", in Causality and Motivation, ed. Roberto Poli, Ontos Verlag.

Groves, C. (2010), “Small Tech in a Small Country”, Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, 199 (Summer 2010), pp. 68-78.

Hall, J and Pidgeon, N.F. (2010) A systems view of climate change. Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, 27(3), 243-253. [pdf]

Henwood, K.L., Pidgeon, N.F., Parkhill, K. and Simmons, P. (2010) Researching risk: narrative, biography, subjectivity.  Forum Qualitative Social Research, 11(1), Article 20. [pdf]

Höppner, C. & Whitmarsh, L. (2010). Public and policy expectations regarding public engagement in climate change action. In Whitmarsh, L., O’Neill, S. & Lorenzoni, I. (Eds). Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication. London: Earthscan.

Köhler, J., Wietschel, M., Whitmarsh, L., Keles, D. & Schade, W. (2010). Infrastructure investment for a transition to Hydrogen automobiles. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 77, 1237–1248. [pdf]

Nye, M., Whitmarsh, L. & Foxon, T. (2010). Socio-psychological perspectives on the active roles of domestic actors in transition to a lower carbon electricity economy. Environment & Planning A, 42(3), 697-714.

Ockwell, D., Whitmarsh, L. & O’Neill, S. (2010). Behavioural insights: motivating individual emissions cuts through communication. In Lever-Tracey, C. (Ed). Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society. London: Routledge, pp341-150.

Parkhill, K. A., Henwood, K. L., Pidgeon, N. F., Simmons, P. and Venables, D., (2010), “From the familiar to the extraordinary: the ebbs and flows of local residents' perceptions of risk when living with nuclear power in the UK”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 39-58. [pdf]

Pidgeon, N.F. (2010) Systems thinking, cultures of reliability and safety. Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, 27(3), 211-217. [pdf]

Poortinga, W., Gebel, K., Bauman, A., & Vernez Moudon, A. (2010). The neighborhood environment, physical activity and obesity. Encyclopaedia of Environmental Health.

Spence, A. and Pidgeon, N.F. (2010) Framing and communicating climate change: the effects of distance and outcome frame manipulations. Global Environmental Change, 20, 656-667. [pdf]

Spence, A., Poortinga, W., Pidgeon, N.F. and Lorenzoni, I. (2010) Public perceptions of energy choices: The influence of beliefs about climate change and the environment.  Energy and Environment, 21(5), 385-407. [pdf]

Whitmarsh, L. & O’Neill, S. (2010). Green identity, green living? The role of pro-environmental self-identity in determining consistency across diverse pro-environmental behaviours. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30, 305–314.

Whitmarsh, L. & Lorenzoni, I. (2010). Perceptions, behaviour, and communication of climate change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 1(2), 158-161. [pdf]

Whitmarsh, L. & O’Neill, S. (2010). Introduction: Opportunities and limitations to engaging individuals with climate change and energy. In Whitmarsh, L., O’Neill, S. & Lorenzoni, I. (Eds). Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication. London: Earthscan.

Whitmarsh, L., O’Neill, S. & Lorenzoni, I. (2010). Conclusion: What have we learnt and where do we go from here? In Whitmarsh, L., O’Neill, S. & Lorenzoni, I. (Eds). Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication. London: Earthscan.

Whitmarsh, L. & Lorenzoni, I. (2010). Behaviour, perceptions and communication of climate change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 1(2), 158-161.