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Social Science Perspectives on Climate Change
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David Canter is an applied social psychologist who started his career in the 1960s as an environmental psychologist at Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK. Since then he has published the results of his research on a wide range of topics, including the design of offices, hospitals and schools, behaviour in fires and emergencies, and complementary medicine. His 1977 book The Psychology of Place is still widely cited. Over the last quarter of a century he has developed the discipline of Investigative Psychology. He is currently editor of Contemporary Social Science, the journal of the Academy of Social Science.
1. The Challenge of Tackling Climate Change David Canter 2. Critical issues in social science climate change research Catherine Leyshon 3. Values, identity and pro-environmental behaviour Birgitta Gatersleben, Niamh Murtagh and Wokje Abrahamse 4. Putting practice into policy: reconfiguring questions of consumption and climate change Elizabeth Shove 5. Input-output analyses of the pollution content of intra- and inter-national trade flows Karen Turner, Cathy Xin Cui, Soo Jung Ha and Geoffrey Hewings 6. Decentralising energy: comparing the drivers and influencers of projects led by public, private, community and third sector actors Bouke Wiersma and Patrick Devine-Wright 7. Urban experiments and climate change: securing zero carbon development in Bangalore Harriet Bulkeley and Vanesa Castan Broto