Player, L., Prosser M.B., A., Thorman, D., Tirion S.C, A., Whitmarsh L., Kurz, T., & Shah, P. (2023) Quantifying the importance of socio-demographic, travel-related, and psychological predictors of public acceptability of low emission zones. Journal of Environmental Psychology.
Isham, A., Verfuerth, C., Armstrong, A., Elf, P., Gatersleben, B., & Jackson, T. (2022) The problematic role of materialistic values in the pursuit of sustainable well-being. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Jordan A, Lorenzoni I, Tosun J, Enguer Saus J, Geese L, Kenny J, Levario Saad E, Moore B & Schaub S. (2022) The political challenges of deep decarbonisation: towards a more integrated agenda. Climate Action.
Verfuerth, C., Gregory-Smith, D., Oates, C. J., Jones, C. R. and Alevizou, P. (2021). Reducing meat consumption at work and at home: facilitators and barriers that influence contextual spillover. Journal of Marketing Management
Latter, B. and Capstick, S. (2021) Climate Emergency: UK Universities’ Declarations and Their Role in Responding to Climate Change. Frontiers in Sustainability.
Steentjes K, Demski C, Poortinga W. (2021). Public perceptions of climate change and policy action in the UK, China, Sweden and Brazil. CAST Briefing Paper 10.
Hoolohan C, Mclachlan C, Jones C, Larkin A, Birch C, Mander S & Broderick J. (2021). Responding to the climate emergency: how are UK universities establishing sustainable workplace routines for flying and food?. Climate Policy.
Britton J, Mae Minas A, Marques A C. Pourmirza Z (2021). Exploring the potential of heat as a service in decarbonization: Evidence needs and research gaps. Energy Sources.
Jordan, A & Moore, B (2021). UK climate policy: For the long haul. IEMA.
Moore, B. & Jordan, A. (2020). Disaggregating the dependent variable in policy feedback research: an analysis of the EU emissions trading system. Policy Sciences.
Moore, B., Verfuerth, C., Minas, A. M., Tipping, C., Mander, S., Lorenzoni, I., Hoolohan, C., Jordan, A. J. & L. Whitmarsh (2021). Transformations for climate change mitigation: A systematic review of terminology, concepts, and characteristics. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change.
Dudley, H., Jordan, A., & Lorenzoni, I. (2021). Independent expert advisory bodies facilitate ambitious climate policy responses. Science Brief.
Jordan A, Moore B, (2020). Durable by design. Policy feedback in a changing climate. Cambridge University Press.
Whitmarsh L, Poortinga W, Capstick S. (2021). Behaviour change to address climate change. Current Opinion in Psychology.
Pohjolainen, P., Kukkonen, I., Jokinen, P., Poortinga, W., Adedayo Ogunbode, C., Böhm, G., … & Umit, R. (2021). The role of national affluence, carbon emissions, and democracy in Europeans’ climate perceptions. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research.
Demski, C. (2021) Net zero public engagement and participation: Research Note.
Dasandi N, HGraham, Lampard P, & Jankin Mikhaylov S, Intergovernmental engagement on health impacts of climate change (2021), Bulletin of the World Health Organisation.
Whitmarsh, L., (2020). CAST Briefing Paper 05: Tracking the effect of COVID-19 on low-carbon behaviours and attitudes to climate change: results from wave 2 of the CAST COVID-19 Survey.
Whitmarsh, L., Hoolohan, C., Larner, O., McLachlan, C. & Poortinga, W. (2020). CAST Briefing Paper 04: How has COVID-19 Impacted Low-Carbon Lifestyles and Attitudes towards Climate Action?
Capstick S, Demski C, Cherry C, Verfuerth C, Steentjes K. (2020). CAST briefing paper 03: Climate change citizens’ assemblies.
Gill M, Ebi K, Smith K, Whitmarsh L, Haines A. (2020). We need health warning labels on points of sale of fossil fuels. British Medical Journal, in press
Whitmarsh L, Capstick S, Moore I, Köhler J, Le Quéré C. (2020) Use of aviation by climate change researchers: Structural influences, personal attitudes, and information provision. Global Environmental Change
Nash N, Whitmarsh L, Capstick S, Gouveia V, de Carvalho Rodrigues Araújo R, Dos Santos M, … Wang X. (2020). Local climate change cultures: climate-relevant discursive practices in three emerging economies. Climatic change, 163.
Nielsen, K, Capstick S, Whitmarsh L. (2020). How psychology can help limit climate change. American Psychologist, in press,
Thorman D, Whitmarsh L, Demski C. (2020). Policy Acceptance of Low-Consumption Governance Approaches: The Effect of Social Norms and Hypocrisy. Sustainability, (3).
Verfuerth, C., Henn, L., & Becker, S. (2019) Is it up to them? Individual leverages for sufficiency. GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society
Howarth C, Bryant P, Corner A, Fankhauser S, Gouldson A, Whitmarsh L & Willis R. (2019) Building a Social Mandate for Climate Action: Lessons from COVID-19
Howarth C, Bryant P, Corner A, Fankhauser S, Gouldson A, Whitmarsh L & Willis R. (2019). The Pathway toward a Net-Zero-Emissions Future. One Earth, 1(1), pp. 18-20.
Nash N, Capstick S, Whitmarsh L, Chaudhary I, Manandhar R. (2019). Perceptions of Local Environmental Issues and the Relevance of Climate Change in Nepal’s Terai: Perspectives From Two Communities. Frontiers in Sociology.
Capstick S, Demski C, Poortinga W, Whitmarsh L, Steentjes K, Corner A, Graham H. (2019). CAST briefing paper 02: Public opinion in a time of climate emergency.
Capstick S, Whitmarsh L, Nash N, Haggar P, Lord J. (2019). Compensatory and Catalyzing Beliefs: Their Relationship to Pro-environmental Behavior and Behavioral Spillover in Seven Countries. Frontiers in psychology, 10, pp. 963.
Corner A, Graham H, Whitmarsh L. (2019). CAST briefing paper 01: Engaging the public on low-carbon lifestyle change.