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Transforming knowledge systems for life on Earth: Visions of future systems and how to get there
I Fazey, N Schäpke, G Caniglia, A Hodgson, I Kendrick, C Lyon, G Page, ...
Energy research & social science 70, 101724, 2020
2202020
The public perception of carbon dioxide capture and storage in the UK: results from focus groups and a survey
S Shackley, C McLachlan, C Gough
Climate Policy 4 (4), 377-398, 2004
1812004
Public attitudes to environmental change: a selective review of theory and practice
P Upham, L Whitmarsh, W Poortinga, K Purdam, A Darnton, C McLachlan, ...
Report for ESRC/LWEC. Manchester, UK, 2009
1752009
‘You don’t do a chemistry experiment in your best china’: symbolic interpretations of place and technology in a wave energy case
C McLachlan
Energy Policy 37 (12), 5342-5350, 2009
1452009
Engaging stakeholders in research to address water–energy–food (WEF) nexus challenges
C Hoolohan, A Larkin, C Mclachlan, R Falconer, I Soutar, J Suckling, ...
Sustainability Science 13, 1415-1426, 2018
1142018
Establishing an agenda for social studies research in marine renewable energy
S Kerr, L Watts, J Colton, F Conway, A Hull, K Johnson, S Jude, A Kannen, ...
Energy Policy 67, 694-702, 2014
1082014
Consumer responses to a future UK food system
L O'Keefe, C McLachlan, C Gough, S Mander, A Bows-Larkin
British Food Journal 118 (2), 412-428, 2016
932016
The concepts and development of a participatory regional integrated assessment tool
IP Holman, MDA Rounsevell, G Cojacaru, S Shackley, C McLachlan, ...
Climatic Change 90, 5-30, 2008
882008
Public attitudes, understanding, and engagement in relation to low-carbon energy. A selective review of academic and non-academic literatures: report for RCUK Energy Programme
LE Whitmarsh, P Upham, W Poortinga, C McLachlan, A Darnton, ...
Research Councils UK, 2011
742011
The public perceptions of carbon capture and storage
S Shackley, C McLachlan, C Gough
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, Manchester, UK, 2004
632004
Review of the public participation practices for CCS and non-CCS projects in Europe
J Desbarats, P Upham, C McLachlan, H Riesch, D Reiner, S Brunsting, ...
592010
Business models and financial characteristics of community energy in the UK
T Braunholtz-Speight, M Sharmina, E Manderson, C McLachlan, ...
Nature Energy 5 (2), 169-177, 2020
582020
‘Aha’moments in the water-energy-food nexus: A new morphological scenario method to accelerate sustainable transformation
C Hoolohan, C McLachlan, A Larkin
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 148, 119712, 2019
572019
Technologies in place: symbolic interpretations of renewable energy
C McLachlan
The Sociological Review 57 (2_suppl), 181-199, 2009
512009
Trade-offs in assessing different energy futures: a regional multi-criteria assessment of the role of carbon dioxide capture and storage
S Shackley, C McLachlan
environmental science & policy 9 (4), 376-391, 2006
452006
The evolution of community energy in the UK
T Braunholtz-Speight, S Mander, M Hannon, J Hardy, C McLachlan, ...
442018
An integrated assessment of carbon dioxide capture and storage in the UK
C Gough, S Shackley, S Holloway, M Bentham, I Bulatov, C McLachlan, ...
In: 8th International Conference on greenhouse gas control technologies …, 2006
442006
Responding to the climate emergency: how are UK universities establishing sustainable workplace routines for flying and food?
C Hoolohan, C McLachlan, C Jones, A Larkin, C Birch, S Mander, ...
Climate Policy 21 (7), 853-867, 2021
422021
Stepping‐up innovations in the water–energy–food nexus: A case study of anaerobic digestion in the UK
C Hoolohan, I Soutar, J Suckling, A Druckman, A Larkin, C McLachlan
The Geographical Journal 185 (4), 391-405, 2019
322019
The long term future for community energy in Great Britain: A co-created vision of a thriving sector and steps towards realising it
T Braunholtz-Speight, C McLachlan, S Mander, M Hannon, J Hardy, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 78, 102044, 2021
312021
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