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Book Chapter
P. Upham and Shackley, S., Energy Governance and UK Bioenergy, in Energy and Public Engagement, P. Devine-Wright 2010.
S. Shackley, Epistemic Lifestyles in Climate Change Modelling, in Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance, C. Miller and Edwards, P. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001, pp. 107-133.
B. Wynne, Simmons, P., Waterton, C., Hughes, P., and Shackley, S., Institutional Cultures and the Management of Global Environmental Risks in the United Kingdom, in Volume 1: A Comparative History of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion, and Acid Rain, W. C. Clark, Dickson, N., Jäger, J., and van Eijndhoven, J. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001, pp. 93-114.
Journal Article
S. Shackley, Reiner, D., Upham, P., Coninck, H., Sigurthorsson, G., and Anderson, J., The acceptability of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in Europe: An assessment of the key determining factors: Part 2. The social acceptability of CCS and the wider impacts and repercussions of its implementation, Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, vol. 3, pp. 344-356, 2009.
A. Piterou, Shackley, S., and Upham, P., ARBRE: lessons for bioenergy developers and policy-makers, Energy Policy, pp. 2044– 2050, 2008.
C. Gough, Taylor, I., and Shackley, S., Burying Carbon under the Sea: An Initial Exploration of Public Opinions, Energy and Environment, vol. 13, pp. 883-900, 2002.
C. Gough, Bentham, M., Shackley, S., and Holloway, S., Carbon Dioxide capture and storage scenarios: a case study of the East Midlands and Yorkshire (UK), Int J. Global Energy Issues, vol. 31, pp. 272-294, 2009.
P. Upham and Shackley, S., The case of a proposed 21.5 MWe biomass Gasifier in Winkleigh, Devon: implications for governance of renewable energy planning, Energy Policy, pp. 2161-2172, 2006.
S. Shackley, CO2's not all bad, Professional Engineering, vol. 14, p. 18, 2001.
S. Shackley and Deanwood, R., Constructing social futures for climate-change impacts and response studies: building qualitative and quantitative scenarios with the participation of stakeholders, Climate Research, vol. 24, pp. 71-90, 2003.
K. Green, Shackley, S., Dewick, P., and Miozzo, M., Long-wave theories of technological change and the global environment, Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions, vol. 12, pp. 79-81, 2002.
P. Thornley, Gilbert, P., Shackley, S., and Hammond, J., Maximizing the greenhouse gas reductions from biomass: The role of life cycle assessment, Biomass and Bioenergy, vol. 81, pp. 35-43, 2015.
S. Shackley, Ozone connections: Expert networks in global environmental governance, Journal of Risk Research, vol. 7, pp. 93-97, 2004.
A. Piterou, Shackley, S., and Upham, P., Project ARBRE: lessons for bioenergy developers and policy-makers, Energy Policy, vol. 36, pp. 2044-2050, 2008.
P. Upham, Shackley, S., and Waterman, H., Public and stakeholder perceptions of 2030 bioenergy scenarios for the Yorkshire and Humber region, Energy Policy, vol. 35, pp. 4403-4412, 2007.
P. Upham, Shackley, S., and Waterman, H., Public and stakeholder perceptions of 2030 bioenergy scenarios for the Yorkshire and Humber region, Energy Policy, pp. 4403-4412, 2007.
P. Upham and Shackley, S., Public opinion of a proposed 21.5MW(e) biomass gasifier in Devon: questionnaire survey results, Biomass and Bioenergy, pp. 433-441, 2007.
S. Shackley, McLachlan, C., and Gough, C., The public perception of carbon dioxide capture and storage in the UK: results from focus groups and a survey, Climate Policy, vol. 4, pp. 377-398, 2005.
S. Shackley, Mander, S., and Reiche, A., Public perceptions of underground coal gasification in the United Kingdom, Energy Policy, vol. 34, pp. 3423-3433, 2006.
C. Gough and Shackley, S., The respectable politics of climate change: the epistemic communities and NGOs, International Affairs, vol. 77, pp. 329-345, 2001.
P. Upham and Shackley, S., Stakeholder opinion on a proposed 21.5 MWe biomass Gasifier in Winkleigh, Devon: implications for bioenergy planning and policy, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, vol. 8, pp. 45-66, 2006.
S. Shackley and Deanwood, R., Stakeholder perceptions of climate change impacts at the regional scale: implications for the effectiveness of regional and local responses, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, vol. 45, pp. 381-402, 2002.
C. Gough and Shackley, S., Towards a multi-criteria methodology for assessment of geological carbon storage options, Climatic Change, vol. 74, pp. 141-174, 2006.
S. Shackley and McLachlan, C., Trade-offs in assessing different energy futures: A regional multi-criteria assessment of the role of carbon dioxide capture and storage, Environmental Science and Policy, vol. 9, pp. 376-391, 2006.