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Poortinga, Wouter, Nash, Nick and Hoeijmakers, Lotte 2019. Rapid review of charging for disposable coffee cups and other waste minimisation measure. Edinburgh: Scottish Government. Available at: https://www.gov.scot/publications/report-expert-pa...
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Xu, Feifei, Nash, Nicholas and Whitmarsh, Lorraine 2019. Big data or small data? a methodological review of sustainable tourism. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 10.1080/09669582.2019.1631318
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Nash, Nic, Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Capstick, Stuart, Gouveia, Valdiney, Araujo, Rafaella, Santos, Monika, Palakatsela, Romeo, Yuebaj, Liu, Harder, Marie and Wang, Xiao 2019. Local climate change cultures: Climate-relevant discursive practices in three emerging economies. Climatic Change 10.1007/s10584-019-02477-8
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Nash, Nic, Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Capstick, Stuart, Thogersen, John, Gouveia, Valdiney, Harder, Marie, Wang, Xiao and Liu, Yuebai 2019. Reflecting on behavioral spillover in context: How do behavioral motivations and awareness catalyze other environmentally-responsible actions in Brazil, China and Denmark? Frontiers in Psychology 10 , 788. 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00788
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Capstick, Stuart, Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Nash, Nick, Haggar, Paul and Lord, Josh 2019. Compensatory and catalysing behavioural beliefs: development and psychometric properties of an instrument for measuring spillover-related perceptions in seven countries. Frontiers in Psychology 10 , 963. 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00963
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Nash, Nic, Capstick, Stuart, Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Chaudhary, Indra and Manandhar, Rija 2019. Perceptions of local environmental issues and the relevance of climate change in Nepal’s Terai: Perspectives from two communities. Frontiers in Sociology 4 , 60. 10.3389/fsoc.2019.00060
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Nash, Nicholas, Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Capstick, Stuart, Hargreaves, Tom, Poortinga, Wouter, Thomas, Gregory, Sautkina, Elena and Xenias, Dimitrios 2017. Climate-relevant behavioural spillover and the potential contribution of social practice theory. WIREs Climate Change 8 (6) , e481. 10.1002/wcc.481
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Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Capstick, Stuart and Nash, Nicholas 2017. Who is reducing their material consumption and why? A cross-cultural analysis of dematerialisation behaviours. Philosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences 375 , 20160376. 10.1098/rsta.2016.0376
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Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Nash, Nicholas, Upham, Paul, Lloyd, Alyson, Verdon, James P. and Kendall, J.-Michael 2015. UK public perceptions of shale gas hydraulic fracturing: the role of audience, message and contextual factors on risk perceptions and policy support. Applied Energy 160 , pp. 419-430. 10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.09.004

Marshall, G., Darnton, A., Ellis-Jones, Catrin, Nash, Nicholas, Poortinga, Wouter, Whitmarsh, Lorraine E. and Young, Einir 2014. Sustainable development narratives for Wales: a framework for communications. [Project Report]. Welsh Government. Available at: http://wales.gov.uk/docs/dsjlg/publications/140206...

Nash, Nicholas 2014. Future issues in socio-technical change for UK citizenship: the importance of ‘place’. [Online]. Futurelab. Available at: http://www.beyondcurrenthorizons.org.uk/future-iss...

Whitmarsh, Lorraine E., Reiss, J., Lazarus, Eli Dalton, Egan, P. and Nash, Nicholas 2013. Strong roots climate change perception report: views of community councillors in Wales. [Project Report]. One Voice Wales.

Nash, Nicholas, Lewis, Alan and Griffin, Christine 2010. ‘Not in our front garden’: Land use conflict, spatial meaning and the politics of naming place. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 20 (1) , pp. 44-56. 10.1002/casp.1013

Nash, Nicholas and Lewis, Alan 2006. Overcoming obstacles to ecological citizenship: the dominant social paradigm and local environmentalism. In: Dobson, Andrew and Bell, Derek eds. Environmental Citizenship, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, pp. 153-184.

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