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L. Whitmarsh, Vaughan, N., Le Quéré, C., Mander, S., Joshi, M., Jordan, A., Rayner, T., Schreiber, H., Adger, W. N., Anderson, K., and Larkin, A., Going beyond two degrees? The risks and opportunities of alternative options, Climate Policy , vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 751-769, 2013.
L. Whitmarsh and O'Neill, S., Green identity, green living? The role of pro-environmental self-identity in determining consistency across diverse pro-environmental behaviours, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 30, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh, How useful is the Multi-Level Perspective for transport and sustainability research?, Journal of Transport Geography, 2012.
J. Kohler, Wietschel, M., Whitmarsh, L., Keles, D., and Schade, W., Infrastructure investment for a transition to Hydrogen automobiles, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, vol. 77, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh and Nykvist, B., Integrated sustainability assessment of mobility transitions: Simulating stakeholders’ visions of and pathways to sustainable land-based mobility, International Journal of Innovation & Sustainable Development, vol. 3, pp. 115-127, 2008.
S. Capstick, Whitmarsh, L., Poortinga, W., Pidgeon, N., and Upham, P., International trends in public perceptions of climate change over the past quarter century, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 35-61, 2015.
N. Bergman, Haxeltine, A., Whitmarsh, L., Kohler, J., M, S., and J, R., Modelling socio-technical transition patterns and pathways, Journal of Artificial Societies & Social Simulation, vol. 11, p. 7, 2008.
B. Nykvist and Whitmarsh, L., A multi-level analysis of sustainable mobility transitions: Niche development in the UK and Sweden, A multi-level analysis of sustainable mobility transitions: Niche development in the UK and Sweden, vol. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, pp. 1373-1387, 2008.
L. Whitmarsh, Swartling, Å., and Jäger, J., Participation of experts and non-experts in a sustainability assessment of mobility, Environmental Policy & Governance, vol. 19, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh, Seyfang, G., and O'Neill, S., Public engagement with carbon and climate change: To what extent is the public ‘carbon capable’?, Global Environmental Change, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 56-65, 2011.
D. G. Ockwell, Whitmarsh, L., and O’Neill, S., Reorienting climate change communication for effective mitigation – forcing people to be green or fostering grass-roots engagement?, Science Communication, vol. 30, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh, Scepticism and uncertainty about climate change: dimensions, determinants and change over time, Global Environmental Change, 2011.
M. Nye, Whitmarsh, L., and Foxon, T., Socio-psychological perspectives on the active roles of domestic actors in transition to a lower carbon electricity economy, Environment & Planning A, vol. 42, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh and Wietschel, M., Sustainable transport visions: what role for hydrogen and fuel cell vehicle technologies?, Energy and Environment, vol. 19, pp. 207-226, 2008.
L. Whitmarsh and Corner, A., Tools for a new climate conversation: A mixed-methods study of language for public engagement across the political spectrum, Elsevier, 2016.
J. Kohler, Whitmarsh, L., Nykvist, B., Schilperoord, M., Bergman, N., and Haxeltine, A., A transitions model for sustainable mobility, Ecological Economics, vol. 68, 2009.
W. Poortinga, Spence, A., Whitmarsh, L., Capstick, S., and Pidgeon, N., Uncertain climate: An investigation into public scepticism about anthropogenic climate change, Global Environmental Change, 2011.
A. Corner, Whitmarsh, L., and Xenias, D., Uncertainty, scepticism and attitudes towards climate change: biased assimilation and attitude polarisation, Climatic Change, 2012.
L. Whitmarsh, What’s in a name? Commonalities and differences in public understanding of “climate change” and “global warming”, Public Understanding of Science, vol. 18, 2009.