Briony Latter
Briony Latter
Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations
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Climate emergency: UK universities’ declarations and their role in responding to climate change
B Latter, S Capstick
Frontiers in Sustainability 2, 36, 2021
Comparing coronavirus (COVID-19) and climate change perceptions: Implications for support for individual and collective-level policies
W Poortinga, B Latter, S Wang
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 2022
Climate change communication and engagement with older people in England
B Latter
Frontiers in Communication, 2022
Britain Talks COP26: New insights on what the UK public want from the UN climate summit
S Wang, B Latter, C Shaw
Climate Outreach, 2021
Wanting to be part of change but feeling overworked and disempowered: Researchers’ perceptions of climate action in UK universities
B Latter, C Demski, S Capstick
PLOS Climate 3 (1), e0000322, 2024
Nature visuals: diversity in images of England’s green and natural spaces
T Smith, S Wang, B Latter, D Chapman, J Larkin
Natural England, 2021
Academic researchers’ perceptions of climate action in UK universities
B Latter, C Demski, S Capstick …, 2024
Engaging live music audiences on climate change through travel campaigns: case studies for the live music industry
A Corner, B Latter …, 2024
Healthy Ageing in a Changing Climate: Creating Inclusive, Age-Friendly, and Climate Resilient Cities and Communities in the UK
R Woolrych, G Haq, B Latter, 2023
Communicating climate justice with young adults in Europe
J Gellatly, R Webster, R Sawas, D Kaoukji, B Sanderson, S Wang, ..., 2022
From carbon footprints to cultural influence: Engaging live music audiences on travel choices
A Corner, B Latter, C Badiali, 2022
Can cultural events catalyse engagement with climate change? A Season for Change case study
B Latter, A Corner
Season for Change, 2021
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