Philip Boucher

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e-mail address
philip.boucher@nottingham.ac.uk
Title
Dr
First Name
Philip
Surname
Boucher
Current Position
Research Fellow
Role at Tyndall

I completed my PhD at Tyndall Manchester (2007-2010).
 

Publications
2013
Gough, C. and Boucher, P. Ethical Attitudes to Underground CO2 Storage: Points of Convergence and Potential Faultlines. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control.13, p156-167.
 
2012
Boucher, P. and Gough, C. Mapping the Ethical Landscape of Carbon Capture and Storage Technology. Poiesis and Praxis. 9 (3-4), p249-270.
 
Boucher, P. Things, Names, Judgments and the LRS Lens: A Critical Realist Analysis of the Biofuel Controversy in the United Kingdom. Science Communication. In press with DOI: 10.1177/1075547012454596.
 
Boucher, P. The Role of Controversy, Regulation and Engineering in UK Biofuel Development. Energy Policy, 42, p148-154.
 
Roberts, T., Upham, P., Mander, S., McLachlan, C., Boucher, P., Gough, G. and Ghanem, D. (Eds) Low-Carbon Energy Controversies. London: Routledge.
 
Boucher, P. Biofuel Development in the UK: Regulatory and Engineering Visions Beyond a Changing Controversy. In Low-Carbon Energy Controversies. Roberts, T., Upham, P., Mander, S., McLachlan, C., Boucher, P., Gough, G. and Ghanem, D. (Eds.). London: Routledge.
 
Roberts, T. and Boucher, P. Methodologies for Understanding Low Carbon Energy Controversies. In Low-Carbon Energy Controversies. Roberts, T., Upham, P., Mander, S., McLachlan, C., Boucher, P., Gough, G. and Ghanem, D. (Eds.). London: Routledge.
 
Roberts, T., Upham, P., Boucher, P., McLachlan, C., Mander, S., Gough, G. and Ghanem, D. Conclusions and a Research Agenda for the Social Science of Energy Supply Controversy. In Low-Carbon Energy Controversies. Roberts, T., Upham, P., Mander, S., McLachlan, C., Boucher, P., Gough, G. and Ghanem, D. (Eds.). London: Routledge.
 
Roberts, T., Upham, P., McLachlan, C., Mander, S., Gough, G., Boucher, P. and Ghanem, D. Introduction: Understanding and Triangulating Approaches to Energy Supply Controversy. In Low-Carbon Energy Controversies. Roberts, T., Upham, P., Mander, S., McLachlan, C., Boucher, P., Gough, G. and Ghanem, D. (Eds.). London: Routledge.
 
Gough, C., Boucher, P., Upham, P. and Roberts, T. Ethical Attitudes and Underground CO2 Storage. Cheltenham: International Energy Agency.
 
2011
Boucher, P. What Next After Determinism in the Ontology of Technology? Distributing Responsibility in the Biofuel Debate. Science and Engineering Ethics, 17 (3) p525-538.
 
2009
Upham, P., Thornley, P., Tomei, J. and Boucher, P. Substitutable Biodiesel Feedstocks for the UK: A Review of Sustainability Issues with Reference to the UK RTFO. Journal of Cleaner Production, 17 (1) p37-45.
 
Upham, P., Tomei, J. and Boucher, P. Biofuels, Aviation and Sustainability: Prospects and Limits. In Aviation and Climate Change. Upham P. and Gossling, S. (Eds.). London: Routledge.
 
2008
Upham, P., Boucher, P. and Hemment, D. Piloting a Carbon Emissions Audit for an International Arts Festival under Tight Resource Constraints: Methods, Issues and Results. In Sustainable Tourism Futures: Perspectives on Systems, Restructuring and Innovations. Gössling, S., Hall, C. and Weaver, D. (Eds.). London: Earthscan.
 
2007
Upham, P., Boucher, P., Connor, S., Hemment, D. and Waterman, H. Climate Change and the Northwest’s Cultural Sector. Manchester: Future Everything.
 
Reiner, D., Boucher, P., Shackley, S., Upham, P. and Chen, J. Communication and Public Perceptions of CO2 Capture and Storage in the EU. Multidisciplinary Analysis and Gap-Filling Strategies. Høvik: Det Norsk Veritas.

Personal website
http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/mbs/philip.boucher/

Research Themes

ENERGY AND EMISSIONS
GOVERNANCE AND BEHAVIOUR

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Tyndall Research Theme
Energy
Duration of your PhD
2007-2010

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Member for
7 years 45 weeks
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