fabien medvecky
fabien medvecky
Senior Lecturer in Science Communication, University of Otago
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Innovation for a steady state: a case for responsible stagnation
S de Saille, F Medvecky
Economy and Society 45 (1), 1-23, 2016
Assessing ethical trade‐offs in ecological field studies
KM Parris, SC McCall, MA McCarthy, BA Minteer, K Steele, S Bekessy, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (1), 227-234, 2010
The disengaged in science communication: How not to count audiences and publics
M Burns, F Medvecky
Public Understanding of Science 27 (2), 118-130, 2018
Building the economic-public relationship: learning from science communication and science studies
F Medvecky, V Macknight
Journal of Science Communication 16 (2), 2017
Unfinished Science in Museums: a push for critical science literacy
A Hine, F Medvecky
Journal of Science Communication 14 (2), Article number: A04, 2015
Fairness in knowing: Science communication and epistemic justice
F Medvecky
Science and engineering ethics 24 (5), 1393-1408, 2018
Examining the role of carbon capture and storage through an ethical lens
F Medvecky, J Lacey, P Ashworth
Science and engineering ethics 20 (4), 1111-1128, 2014
Public opinion towards gene drive as a pest control approach for biodiversity conservation and the association of underlying worldviews
EA MacDonald, J Balanovic, ED Edwards, W Abrahamse, B Frame, ...
Environmental Communication 14 (7), 904-918, 2020
Evaluating the media's reporting of public and political responses to human-shark interactions in NSW, Australia
S Fraser-Baxter, F Medvecky
Marine Policy 97, 109-118, 2018
Valuing environmental costs and benefits in an uncertain future: risk aversion and discounting
F Medvecky
Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics 5 (1), 1-23, 2012
Climate change news reporting in Pakistan: a qualitative analysis of environmental journalists and the barriers they face
A Sharif, F Medvecky
Journal of Science Communication 17 (1), A03, 2018
An ethics of science communication
F Medvecky, J Leach
Springer Nature, 2019
Segmenting urban populations for greater conservation gains: A new approach targeting cobenefits is required
E MacDonald, M Harbrow, S Jack, J Kidd, A Wright, P Tuinder, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 1 (10), e101, 2019
Who Can Solve Our Biggest Challenges? Perceptions of the Relative Importance of Science and Economics
F Medvecky, V Macknight
Perceptions of the Relative Importance of Science and Economics (August 25 …, 2015
The ethics of distributing scientific knowledge: Epistemic and ethical injustices in context
F Medvecky, J Leach
Valuing the Environment in Conservation Economics: Conceptual and Structural Barriers
F Medvecky
Ethics & the Environment 19 (2), 39-55, 2014
Sinking Our Teeth into Public Policiy Economics: A Taste of Immortality
F Medvecky
Economics of the Undead. Zombies, Vampires, and the Dismal Science. Lanham …, 2014
Underlying beliefs linked to public opinion about gene drive and pest-specific toxin for pest control
EA MacDonald, E Edwards, J Balanovic, F Medvecky
Wildlife Research, 2020
Responsibility beyond growth: a case for responsible stagnation
S de Saille, F Medvecky
Policy Press, 2020
The role of environmental managers in knowledge co-production: Insights from two case studies
RA O’Connor, JL Nel, DJ Roux, J Leach, L Lim-Camacho, F Medvecky, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 116, 188-195, 2021
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