Candice Howarth
Candice Howarth
Grantham Research Institute, LSE
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Understanding barriers to decision making in the UK energy-food-water nexus: The added value of interdisciplinary approaches
C Howarth, I Monasterolo
Environmental Science & Policy 61, 53-60, 2016
Opportunities for knowledge co-production across the energy-food-water nexus: Making interdisciplinary approaches work for better climate decision making
C Howarth, I Monasterolo
Environmental Science & Policy 75, 103-110, 2017
Something old, something new: Digital media and the coverage of climate change
J Painter, MC Erviti, R Fletcher, C Howarth, S Kristiansen, L Bienvenido, ...
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2016
Labeling opinions in the climate debate: A critical review
CC Howarth, AG Sharman
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6 (2), 239-254, 2015
Building a social mandate for climate action: lessons from COVID-19
C Howarth, P Bryant, A Corner, S Fankhauser, A Gouldson, L Whitmarsh, ...
Environmental and Resource Economics 76 (4), 1107-1115, 2020
Time for Change? Climate Science Reconsidered: Report of the UCL Policy Commission on Communicating Climate Science, 2014
CG Rapley, K De Meyer, J Carney, R Clarke, C Howarth, N Smith, ...
UCL Policy Commission on Communicating Climate Science, University College …, 2014
Exploring the science–policy interface on climate change: The role of the IPCC in informing local decision-making in the UK
C Howarth, J Painter
Palgrave Communications 2 (1), 1-12, 2016
Time for change
CG Rapley, K De Meyer, J Carney, R Clarke, C Howarth, N Smith, ...
Climate Science Reconsidered, Report of the UCL Policy Commission on …, 2014
Informing decision making on climate change and low carbon futures: Framing narratives around the United Kingdom’s fifth carbon budget
C Howarth
Energy research & social science 31, 295-302, 2017
Enhancing the contribution and role of practitioner knowledge in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group (WG) II process: Insights from UK workshops
C Howarth, D Viner, S Dessai, C Rapley, A Jones
Climate Services 5, 3-10, 2017
Climate stories: Why do climate scientists and sceptical voices participate in the climate debate?
A Sharman, C Howarth
Public Understanding of Science 26 (7), 826-842, 2017
Practitioners' work and evidence in IPCC reports
D Viner, C Howarth
Nature Climate Change 4 (10), 848-850, 2014
Designing data driven persuasive games to address wicked problems such as climate change
P Coulton, R Jacobs, D Burnett, A Gradinar, M Watkins, C Howarth
Proceedings of the 18th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Media …, 2014
Public understanding of climate change and the gaps between knowledge, attitudes and travel behavior
C Howarth, B Waterson, M McDonald
Resource constraints: Sharing a finite world, implications of limits to growth for the actuarial profession
A Jones, I Allen, N Silver, C Cameron, C Howarth, B Caldecott
Anglia Ruskin University, 2013
Sustainable travel behaviour and the widespread impacts on the local economy
CC Howarth, P Polyviou
Local Economy 27 (7), 764-781, 2012
Increasing local salience of climate change: The un-tapped impact of the media-science interface
C Howarth, A Anderson
Environmental Communication 13 (6), 713-722, 2019
Climate services and communication for development: The role of early career researchers in advancing the debate
FK Donkor, C Howarth, E Ebhuoma, M Daly, C Vaughan, L Pretorius, ...
Environmental Communication 13 (5), 561-566, 2019
Improving resilience to hot weather in the UK: The role of communication, behaviour and social insights in policy interventions
C Howarth, J Kantenbacher, K Guida, T Roberts, M Rohse
Environmental Science & Policy 94, 258-261, 2019
Co-producing UK climate change adaptation policy: An analysis of the 2012 and 2017 UK Climate Change Risk Assessments
C Howarth, S Morse-Jones, K Brooks, AP Kythreotis
Environmental Science & Policy 89, 412-420, 2018
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