Peer reviewed climate change publications.
(See https://sussex.academia.edu/ChristopherShaw for full details of my published work on climate change)
- Shaw, C. (2017) The Two Degrees Celsius Target. Oxford Research Encyclopedia
- Shaw, C. Hellsten, I and Nerlich, B. (2016). "Framing Risk and Uncertainty in Social Science Articles on Climate Change", 1995-2012 in Communicating Risk (Eds. Crichton, J. Candlin, C. and Firkins A.S.) Palgrave Macmillan 2016
- Shaw, C (2016). The role of rights, risks and responsibilities in the climate justice debate. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management.
- Shaw, C (2015). The Two Degrees Dangerous Limit for Climate Change. Public Understanding and Decision Making Oxford:Routledge
- Newell, P, Bulkeley, H, Shaw, C et al. (2015). Governance traps in climate change politics: re-framing the debate in terms of responsibilities and rights. WIREs Climate Change, Vol 6 (6) pp 535-540
- Shaw, C (2015). Reframing climate risk to build public support for radical emission reductions: the role of deliberative democracy. Carbon Management. DOI:10.1080/17583004.2014.997078.
- Shaw, C and Nerlich, B (2015). Metaphor as a mechanism of global climate governance: A study of international policies 1992-2012. Ecological Economics Vol. 109, pp. 31-40.
- Kern, F, Smith, A, Shaw, C, Raven, R, and Verhees, B (2014). From laggard to leader: Explaining offshore wind developments in the UK. Energy Policy. Vol. 69, pp. 635-646.
- Shaw, C (2013). Choosing a dangerous limit for climate change: Public representations of the decision making process. Global Environmental Change 23, pp. 563 – 571.
- Shaw, C (2010)."The dangerous limits of dangerous limits: climate change and the precautionary principle". In Nature, Society and Environmental Crisis, Eds. Carter, B and Charles, N. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell
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