Chloe Lucas
Chloe Lucas
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How climate change research undermines trust in everyday life: a review
C Lucas, P Leith, A Davison
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6 (1), 79-91, 2015
262015
Concerning values: what underlies public polarization about climate change?
C Lucas
Geographical Research, 2018
132018
Disrupting polarized discourses: Can we get out of the ruts of environmental conflicts?
C Lucas, R Warman
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 2018
92018
Not ‘getting on the bandwagon’: When climate change is a matter of unconcern
CH Lucas, A Davison
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 2 (1), 129-149, 2019
22019
When climate change is a matter of unconcern: A qualitative inquiry
CH Lucas, AG Davison
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2018
12018
A crisis of underinsurance threatens to scar rural Australia permanently
C Lucas, C Eriksen, DMJ Bowman
2020
Not everyone cares about climate change, but reproach won’t change their minds
C Lucas, A Corner, A Davison, P Leith
2019
Rethinking Tasmania’s regionality from an Antarctic perspective: flipping the map
H Nielsen, C Lucas, E Leane
M/C Journal 22 (3), 1-7, 2019
2019
2018 Wiley Award for Best paper in Geographical Research: Highly Commended
CH Lucas
2018
Cultures of Concern and Unconcern: Thinking Differently about Climate Change
CH Lucas
2018
Planning to help our natural landscapes adapt to climate change
C Lucas
Planning News 42 (6), 10-11, 2016
2016
A shock to the system: How climate change research undermines trust in everyday life
C Lucas, P Leith, A Davison
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