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Principles for effective communication and public engagement on climate change: A Handbook for IPCC authors
A Corner, C Shaw, J Clarke
Climate Outreach, 2018
1582018
From laggard to leader: Explaining offshore wind developments in the UK
F Kern, A Smith, C Shaw, R Raven, B Verhees
Energy Policy 69, 635-646, 2014
1502014
Metaphor as a mechanism of global climate change governance: A study of international policies, 1992–2012
C Shaw, B Nerlich
Ecological Economics 109, 34-40, 2014
1022014
Governance traps in climate change politics: re‐framing the debate in terms of responsibilities and rights
P Newell, H Bulkeley, K Turner, C Shaw, S Caney, E Shove, N Pidgeon
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews: climate change 6 (6), 535-540, 2015
842015
Using Narrative Workshops to socialise the climate debate: Lessons from two case studies–centre-right audiences and the Scottish public
C Shaw, A Corner
Energy Research & Social Science 31, 273-283, 2017
552017
Choosing a dangerous limit for climate change: Public representations of the decision making process
C Shaw
Global Environmental Change 23 (2), 563-571, 2013
542013
The dangerous limits of dangerous limits: climate change and the precautionary principle
C Shaw
Nature, Society and Environmental Crisis, 103-123, 2010
292010
The role of rights, risks and responsibilities in the climate justice debate
C Shaw
International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management 8 (4), 505-519, 2016
252016
The two degrees dangerous limit for climate change: Public understanding and decision making
C Shaw
Routledge, 2015
222015
Reframing climate risk to build public support for radical emission reductions: the role of deliberative democracy
C Shaw
Carbon Management, 2015
162015
Transforming small and medium‐sized enterprises to address the climate emergency: The case for values‐based engagement
S Hampton, R Blundel, A Wahga, T Fawcett, C Shaw
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 29 (5), 1424-1439, 2022
152022
Communicating environmental and sustainability science: challenges, opportunities, and the changing political context
A Corner, C Shaw, J Clarke, S Wang
Climate Outreach, 2018
142018
Intermediaries’ perspectives on the public’s role in the energy transitions needed to deliver UK climate change policy goals
C Shaw, V Hurth, S Capstick, E Cox
Energy policy 116, 267-276, 2018
132018
The two degrees celsius limit
C Shaw
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, 2017
122017
Ten key principles: How to communicate climate change for effective public engagement
M Sippel, C Shaw, G Marshall
Climate Outreach Working Paper. Climate Outreach, Oxford 2022, 2022
92022
Evaluating effective public engagement: local stories from a global network of IPCC scientists
R Pidcock, K Heath, L Messling, S Wang, A Pirani, S Connors, A Corner, ...
Climatic Change 168, 1-22, 2021
92021
Fair energy transition for all-literature review
D Maguire, C Shaw
Climate Outreach: Oxford, UK, 2021
92021
How Does the Framing of Climate Change Affect the Conclusions Reached in Climate Asemblies
C Shaw, S Wang, B Latter
Draft Research Briefing for Knowledge Network on Climate Assemblies …, 2021
62021
Broadening engagement with just transition: Opportunities and challenges
R Webster, C Shaw
Oxford: Climate Outreach, 2019
62019
Communicating climate change in India: A Global Narratives project
G Marshall, S Yashwant, C Shaw, J Clarke
Climate Outreach.[Online]. Available: https://bit. ly/36WfwWR, 2017
62017
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