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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.
L. Whitmarsh, Book Review: ‘Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision-Making, Panel on Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision-Making’, Thomas Dietz and Paul C. Stern (Eds), Environmental Science & Policy, vol. 12, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh, Social and psychological drivers of energy consumption behaviour and energy transitions, in The Political Economy of the Environment, S. Dietz, Michie, J., and Oughton, C., Eds. New York: Routledge, 2011.
L. Whitmarsh, Turnpenny, J., and Nykvist, B., Beyond the regime: can Integrated Sustainability Assessment address the barriers to effective sustainable mobility policy?, Journal of Environmental Planning & Management, vol. 52, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Engaging the public with climate change: communication and behaviour change. Earthscan, 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, O’Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Climate change or social change? Debate within, amongst, and beyond disciplines, Environment & Planning A, vol. 43, 2011.
L. Whitmarsh and Lorenzoni, I., Behaviour, perceptions and communication of climate change, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, vol. 1, 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.
L. Whitmarsh, Behavioural responses to climate change: Asymmetry of intentions and impacts, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 29, 2009.
L. Whitmarsh and O’Neill, S., Introduction: Opportunities and limitations to engaging individuals with climate change and energy, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Eds. London: Earthscan, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh, Scepticism and uncertainty about climate change: dimensions, determinants and change over time, Global Environmental Change, 2011.
L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Commentary, Environment and Planning A, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 258-261, 2011.
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, Capstick, S., and Nash, N., Who is reducing their material consumption and why? A cross-cultural analysis of dematerialization behaviours , 2017.
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.
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, O'Neill, S., Seyfang, G., and Lorenzoni, I., Carbon Capability: what does it mean and how can we promote it?, in The Handbook of Sustainability Literacy, A. Stibbe, Ed. London: Green Books Ltd, 2009, pp. 124-129.
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, Are flood victims more concerned about climate change than other people? The role of direct experience in risk perception and behavioural response, Journal of Risk Research, vol. 11, pp. 351-374, 2008.
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.
L. Whitmarsh, Anoyrkati, E., Xenias, D., Luè, A., Bresciani, C., Colorni, A., Lia, F., Maras, V., and Radmilović, Z., Future Priorities for a Climate-Friendly Transport. A European Strategic Research Agenda Towards 2030, Sustainable Transportation, 2014.
L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Conclusion: What have we learnt and where do we go from here?, in Engaging the public with climate change: behaviour change and communication, L. Whitmarsh, O'Neill, S., and Lorenzoni, I., Eds. London: Earthscan, 2010.
L. Whitmarsh, How useful is the Multi-Level Perspective for transport and sustainability research?, Journal of Transport Geography, 2012.
L. Whitmarsh and Kohler, J., Climate change and cars in the EU: the roles of auto firms, consumers, and policy in responding to global environmental change, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, vol. 3, 2010.