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CAST publishes a range of resources including policy briefings, working papers, academic articles, reviews and other materials.

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Recent resources

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UK perceptions of climate change and lifestyle change: results from CAST’s wave 1 survey on public perceptions of climate change and the four areas of diet, transport, heating and consumption

March 2021

This briefing and associated infographics are intended as a useful resource for practitioners and researchers who are interested in public climate change opinions and societal responses to climate change.


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Achieving low-carbon and equitable lifestyle change

January 2021

This is part of a series of CAST Briefing Papers which are intended as an accessible resource for researchers and practitioners working on societal responses to climate change.


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Tracking the effect of Covid-19 on low-carbon behaviours and attitudes to climate change.

December 2020

This is part of a series of CAST Briefing Papers which are intended as an accessible resource for researchers and practitioners working on societal responses to climate change.


Use of aviation by climate change researchers: Structural influences, personal attitudes, and information provision

Lorraine Whitmarsh, Stuart Capstick, Isabelle Moore, Jana Köhler, Corinne Le Quéré.

Global Environmental Change (2020)


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How has Covid-19 impacted low carbon lifestyles and attitudes towards climate action?

August 2020

This briefing is intended as a resource for both academic and non-academic teams engaged in climate change
mitigation and adaptation planning, particularly those interested in societal responses to climate change.


The Co-Benefits of Climate Action: Accelerating City-Level Ambition

August 2020

This report from CDP, The Tyndall Centre, and CAST, looks at the additional benefits that climate action delivers, and how cities can utilise these in their decision-making processes.

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