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Book Chapter
D. G. Ockwell, Whitmarsh, L., and O’Neill, S., Behavioural insights: motivating individual emissions cuts through communication, in Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society, C. Lever-Tracey London: Routledge, 2010, pp. 341-150.
J. Kohler, Whitmarsh, L., Mitchie, J., and Oughton, C., Can car makers save the planet?, in Innovation for a Low Carbon Economy: Economic, Institutional and Management Approaches, T. Foxon, Kohler, J., and Oughton, C. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2008, pp. 230-272.
L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., Seyfang, G., and Lorenzoni, I., Carbon Capability: what does it mean and how can we promote it?, in The Handbook of Sustainability Literacy, A. Stibbe London: Green Books Ltd, 2009, pp. 124-129.
L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Conclusion: What have we learnt and where do we go from here?, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I. London: Earthscan, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Conclusion: What have we learnt and where do we go from here?, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I. London: Earthscan, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh and O’Neill, S., Introduction: Opportunities and limitations to engaging individuals with climate change and energy, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I. London: Earthscan, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh and O’Neill, S., Introduction: Opportunities and limitations to engaging individuals with climate change and energy, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I. London: Earthscan, 2010.
C. Höppner and Whitmarsh, L., Public and policy expectations regarding public engagement in climate change action, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I. London: Earthscan, 2010.
C. Höppner and Whitmarsh, L., Public and policy expectations regarding public engagement in climate change action, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I. London: Earthscan, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh, Social and psychological drivers of energy consumption behaviour and energy transitions, in The Political Economy of the Environment, S. Dietz, Michie, J., and Oughton, C. New York: Routledge, 2011.
Journal Article
L. Whitmarsh, Are flood victims more concerned about climate change than other people? The role of direct experience in risk perception and behavioural response, Journal of Risk Research, vol. 11, pp. 351-374, 2008.
I. Lorenzoni, Nicholson-Cole, S. A., and Whitmarsh, L., Barriers perceived to engaging with climate change among the UK public and their policy implications, Global Environmental Change, vol. 17, pp. 445-459, 2007.
L. Whitmarsh and Lorenzoni, I., Behaviour, perceptions and communication of climate change, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, vol. 1, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh, Behavioural responses to climate change: Asymmetry of intentions and impacts, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 29, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh, Turnpenny, J., and Nykvist, B., Beyond the regime: can Integrated Sustainability Assessment address the barriers to effective sustainable mobility policy?, Journal of Environmental Planning & Management, vol. 52, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh, Book Review: ‘Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision-Making, Panel on Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision-Making’, Thomas Dietz and Paul C. Stern (Eds), Environmental Science & Policy, vol. 12, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh and Kohler, J., Climate change and cars in the EU: the roles of auto firms, consumers, and policy in responding to global environmental change, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, vol. 3, 2010.
I. Lorenzoni and Whitmarsh, L., Climate change and perceptions, behaviors, and communication research after the IPCC 5th Assessment Report - a WIREs Editorial, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 703–708, 2014.
L. Whitmarsh, O’Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Climate change or social change? Debate within, amongst, and beyond disciplines, Environment & Planning A, vol. 43, 2011.
L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Commentary, Environment and Planning A, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 258-261, 2011.
A. Haxeltine and Whitmarsh, L., Conceptual framework for transition modelling, International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, vol. 3, pp. 93-114, 2008.
A. Haxeltine, Whitmarsh, L., Bergman, N., J, R., M, S., and Kohler, J., A conceptual framework for transition modelling, International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, vol. 3, pp. 93-114, 2008.
D. Xenias and Whitmarsh, L., Dimensions and determinants of expert and public attitudes to sustainable transport policies and technologies , Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2012.
L. Whitmarsh, Anoyrkati, E., Xenias, D., Luè, A., Bresciani, C., Colorni, A., Lia, F., Maras, V., and Radmilović, Z., Future Priorities for a Climate-Friendly Transport. A European Strategic Research Agenda Towards 2030, Sustainable Transportation, 2014.