Heather Lovell
Heather Lovell
Professor, School of Social Sciences & Technology, Environments & Design, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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Accounting for carbon: the role of accounting professional organisations in governing climate change
H Lovell, D MacKenzie
Antipode 43 (3), 704-730, 2011
Carbon offsetting: sustaining consumption?
H Lovell, H Bulkeley, D Liverman
Environment and planning A 41 (10), 2357-2379, 2009
As frames collide: making sense of carbon accounting
F Ascui, H Lovell
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2011
Converging agendas? Energy and climate change policies in the UK
H Lovell, H Bulkeley, S Owens
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 27 (1), 90-109, 2009
Understanding carbon offset technologies
H Lovell, D Liverman
New Political Economy 15 (2), 255-273, 2010
Framing sustainable housing as a solution to climate change
H Lovell
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 6 (1), 35-55, 2004
Agencement in housing markets: The case of the UK construction industry
H Lovell, SJ Smith
Geoforum 41 (3), 457-468, 2010
The role of non-nation-state actors and side events in the international climate negotiations
H Schroeder, H Lovell
Climate Policy 12 (1), 23-37, 2012
The governance of innovation in socio-technical systems: the difficulties of strategic niche management in practice
H Lovell
Science and Public Policy 34 (1), 35-44, 2007
Supply and demand for low energy housing in the UK: insights from a science and technology studies approach
H Lovell
Housing studies 20 (5), 815-829, 2005
Carbon accounting and the construction of competence
F Ascui, H Lovell
Journal of Cleaner Production 36, 48-59, 2012
Governing the carbon offset market
HC Lovell
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews: climate change 1 (3), 353-362, 2010
Discourse and innovation journeys: the case of low energy housing in the UK
H Lovell
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 20 (5), 613-632, 2008
Community perceptions of REDD+: a case study from Papua New Guinea
M Leggett, H Lovell
Climate Policy 12 (1), 115-134, 2012
The role of individuals in policy change: the case of UK low-energy housing
H Lovell
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 27 (3), 491-511, 2009
Putting carbon markets into practice: a case study of financial accounting in Europe
H Lovell, J Bebbington, C Larrinaga, TRS de Aguiar
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 31 (4), 741-757, 2013
Exploring the role of materials in policy change: innovation in low-energy housing in the UK
H Lovell
Environment and Planning A 39 (10), 2500-2517, 2007
Climate change, markets and standards: the case of financial accounting
H Lovell
Economy and Society 43 (2), 260-284, 2014
Influencing household energy practices: a critical review of UK smart metering standards and commercial feedback devices
M Pullinger, H Lovell, J Webb
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 26 (10), 1144-1162, 2014
Reducing the environmental impact of housing. Final report
J Palmer, B Boardman, C Bottrill, S Darby, M Hinnells, G Killip, R Layberry, ...
Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, 2006
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