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R. A. Turner, Forster, J., Fitzsimmons, C., Gill, D., Mahon, R., Peterson, A., and Stead, S., Social fit of coral reef governance varies among individuals, Wiley Conservation Letters, 2017.
K. Turner, Bateman, I. J., and Adger, W. N., The Economics of Water and Coastal Resources: Valuing Ecosystem Services. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2001, p. 342.
K. Turner, Shaw, C., Bulkeley, H., Caney, S., Newell, P., Pidgeon, N., and Shove, E., Moving the climate debate forward: Re-thinking rights, risks and responsibilities: What changes could help reinvigorate climate politics?, Policy and Practice Notes, 2014.
C. Turney, Palmer, J., Maslin, M., Hogg, A., Fogwill, C., Southon, J., Fenwick, P., Helle, G., Wilmshurst, J., McGlone, M., Ramsay, C., Thomas, Z., Lipson, M., Beaven, B., Jones, R., Andrews, O., and Hua, Q., Global Peak in Atmospheric Radiocarbon Provides a Potential Definition for the Onset of the Anthropocene Epoch in 1965, Scientific Reports, vol. 8, 2018.
J. Turnpenny and O'Riordan, T., Putting sustainability science to work: assisting the East of England Region to respond to the challenges of climate change, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol. 32, pp. 102-105, 2007.
J. Turnpenny, Novel ventilation system for reducing air conditioning in buildings. Part II: testing of prototype, Applied Thermal Engineering Volume, vol. 21, pp. 1203-1217, 2001.
J. Turnpenny, Jones, J., and Lorenzoni, I., Editorial: Where now for Post-Normal Science? A critical review of its development, definitions and uses, Science, Technology & Human Values, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 287-306, 2011.
J. Turnpenny, M, N., Russel, D., A, J., Hertin, J., and Nykvist, B., Why is integrating policy assessment so hard? A comparative analysis of the institutional capacities and constraints, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, vol. 51, pp. 759-775, 2008.
J. Turnpenny, Russel, D., and Jordan, A., The challenge of embedding an ecosystem services approach: patterns of knowledge utilisation in public policy appraisal, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 247-262, 2014.
J. Turnpenny, Crossley, J. F., Hulme, M., and Osborn, T., Air flow influences on local climate: comparison of a regional climate model with observations over the United Kingdom, Climate Research, vol. 20, pp. 189-202, 2002.
J. Turnpenny, Radaelli, C., A, J., and Jacob, K., The policy and politics of policy appraisal: Emerging trends and new directions, Journal of European Public Policy, vol. 16, pp. 640-653, 2009.
J. Turnpenny, Haxeltine, A., and O'Riordan, T., A scoping study of user needs for integrated assessment of climate change in the UK context: Part 1 of the development of an interactive integrated assessment process, Integrated Assessment, vol. 4, pp. 283-300, 2004.
J. Turnpenny, Are we nearly there yet? Lessons for integrated sustainability assessment from EU environmental policy-making, Int. J. Innovation and Sustainable Development, vol. 3, pp. 33-47, 2008.
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P. Upham and Speakman, D., Stakeholder opinion on constrained 2030 bioenergy scenarios for North West England, Energy Policy, pp. 5549–5561, 2007.
P. Upham, Raper, D., Thomas, C., McLellan, M., Lever, M., and Lieuwen, A., Environmental capacity and European air transport: stakeholder opinion and implications for modelling, Journal of Air Transport Management, vol. 10, pp. 199-205, 2004.
P. Upham, 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, S. Gossling, Hall, C. M., and Weaver, D., Eds. 2008.
P. Upham, Thomas, C., Raper, D., and Gillingwater, D., Environmental capacity of airports: operational issues and prospects, Journal of Air Transport Management, vol. 9, pp. 145-151, 2003.
P. Upham, Dendler, L., and Bleda, M., Carbon labelling of grocery products: public perceptions and potential emissions reductions., Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 348-355, 2010.
P. Upham, Shackley, S., and Waterman, H., Public and stakeholder perceptions of 2030 bioenergy scenarios for the Yorkshire and Humber region, Energy Policy, vol. 35, pp. 4403-4412, 2007.
P. Upham, Climate Change and Planning and Consultation for the UK Aviation White Paper, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, vol. 46, pp. 911-918, 2003.
P. Upham and Shackley, S., Energy Governance and UK Bioenergy, in Energy and Public Engagement, P. Devine-Wright, Ed. 2010.
P. Upham, Riesch, H., Tomei, J., and Thornley, P., The sustainability of forestry biomass supply for EU bioenergy: A post-normal approach to environmental risk and uncertainty, Environmental Science and Policy, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 510-518, 2011.
P. Upham and Jakubowicz, T., Aircraft dominance in the transport-related carbon emissions of business school students, Journal of Transport Geography, vol. 16, pp. 73-76, 2007.
P. Upham and Mills, J. N., Airport Environmental Sustainability Indicators: Data Availability and Stakeholders, Benchmarking - An International Journal, vol. 12, pp. 1463-5771, 2005.
P. Upham, Tomei, J., and Boucher, P., Aviation and Sustainability: Prospects and Limits, in Change and Aviation: Issues, Challenges and Solutions, S. Gossling and Upham, P., Eds. 2009.