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Recent resources

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)


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.

Building a Social Mandate for Climate Action: Lessons from COVID-19

Candice Howarth, Peter Bryant, Adam Corner, Sam Fankhauser, Andy Gouldson, Lorraine Whitmarsh & Rebecca Willis 

Environmental and Resource Economics (2020)


Climate Change Citizens’ Assemblies

March 2020

This briefing is designed as a resource for professionals interested in citizen participation to address climate change, and for those with a wider interest in public engagement with climate change


Public opinion in a time of climate emergency

September 2019

This briefing is designed as a resource for professionals whose work includes the communication of climate change, and for those with a wider interest in the public understanding of climate change.


Engaging the public with low carbon lifestyle change

August 2019

This briefing is designed as a resource for teams engaged in local and regional planning for climate change mitigation and adaptation, environmental sustainability and resilience, and individual and community health.


April 2019

The report, commissioned by the Low-carbon Lifestyles & Behavioural Spillover (CASPI) team at Cardiff University, is designed for the wide range of individuals and organisations involved in influencing sustainable behaviours, including national policy-makers, local authorities, professional campaigners, and those leading community-level initiatives.

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