Aimie Hope
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The impact of religious faith on attitudes to environmental issues and Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies: A mixed methods study
ALB Hope, CR Jones
Technology in Society 38, 48-59, 2014
992014
The role of compensatory beliefs in rationalizing environmentally detrimental behaviors
ALB Hope, CR Jones, TL Webb, MT Watson, D Kaklamanou
Environment and behavior 50 (4), 401-425, 2018
172018
Consumer engagement in low-carbon home energy in the United Kingdom: Implications for future energy system decentralization
A Hope, T Roberts, I Walker
Energy research & social science 44, 362-370, 2018
62018
Why on earth did I buy that? A study of regretted appliance purchases
T Roberts, A Hope, A Skelton
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2017
62017
Demystifying Energy Demand using a Practice-centric Agent-based Model
K Narasimhan, N Gilbert, A Hope, T Roberts
Working paper retrieved from http://cress. soc. surrey. ac. uk/web …, 2017
32017
“Little green lies”: Exploring compensatory beliefs within the environmental domain
A Hope
University of Sheffield, 2015
12015
Householders’ readiness for demand-side response: A qualitative study of how domestic tasks might be shifted in time
I Walker, A Hope
Energy and Buildings, 109888, 2020
2020
Good Practices in Communicating CCS to the Public
A Hope
Sheffield, UK, University of Sheffield, 2012
2012
Mini-Project Summary Report
A Hope
2012
Mini-Project Report
A Hope
2012
An Empirically Informed Practice-centric Approach to Model Demand Response in Households
K Narasimhan, N Gilbert, A Hope
228 Adapting to limited and intermittent energy supplies: A cross-cultural study on building resilience
A Hope, T Roberts, I Walter
BOOK OF ABSTRACTS, 274, 0
Photovoltaics and Community Dynamics around Energy and Sustainability
A Hope
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