2019 - Member of Academia Europaea
Environmental resource management, Public relations, Science policy, Stakeholder and Sustainable development are his primary areas of study. His Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Transition, Actuarial science, Economic system and Grassroots. His Public relations research includes themes of Systems science and Agency.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Novelty, Risk perception and Information needs in addition to Science policy. His Stakeholder research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dialog box, Socioeconomics and Knowledge management, Knowledge-based systems. Sustainable development is intertwined with Sustainability science, Social learning, Social sustainability, Sustainability organizations and Policy analysis in his research.
Arthur C. Petersen mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Public relations, Agency, Engineering ethics and Sustainable development. His study in Environmental resource management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Adaptation and Environmental planning. His Adaptation research integrates issues from Meteorology and Extreme weather.
His Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Empirical evidence and Credibility. Within one scientific family, Arthur C. Petersen focuses on topics pertaining to Legitimacy under Credibility, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Compromise, Reflective practice and Futures studies. Sustainable development is connected with Stakeholder, Environmental ethics and Sustainability science in his study.
Arthur C. Petersen mostly deals with Corporate governance, Religious studies, Public administration, Sustainable development and Environmental ethics. His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Diplomacy and Environmental health. His Religious studies research incorporates themes from Post truth, Political theology and Faith.
His Public administration research includes elements of Climate governance, Negotiation, Sociology of scientific knowledge and Science religion. Arthur C. Petersen integrates many fields, such as Sustainable development, Egalitarianism, British Social Attitudes Survey, Cultural cognition, Rationality and Conformity, in his works.
His primary scientific interests are in Corporate governance, Process, River delta, Institutional capacity and Original research. His Corporate governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Public administration, Diplomacy, Negotiation and Sociology of scientific knowledge. There are a combination of areas like Public relations, Effects of global warming, Approaches of management, Face and Realization integrated together with his Process study.
His River delta study overlaps with Colonialism, Economy and Field.
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Opening up knowledge systems for better responses to global environmental change
Sarah Cornell;Frans Berkhout;Willemijn Tuinstra;Willemijn Tuinstra;J. David Tàbara.
Environmental Science & Policy (2013)
Conceptualizing sustainable development An assessment methodology connecting values, knowledge, worldviews and scenarios
Bert J.M. de Vries;Arthur C. Petersen.
Ecological Economics (2009)
Uncertainty communication in environmental assessments: views from the Dutch science-policy interface
J.A. Wardekker;J.P. van der Sluijs;P.H.M. Janssen;P. Kloprogge.
Environmental Science & Policy (2008)
Simulating Nature: A Philosophical Study of Computer-Simulation Uncertainties and Their Role in Climate Science and Policy Advice
Arthur C. Petersen.
Ethics and public perception of climate change: Exploring the Christian voices in the US public debate
J. Arjan Wardekker;J. Arjan Wardekker;Arthur C. Petersen;Jeroen P. van der Sluijs.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2009)
Stakeholder participation in environmental knowledge production
Maria Hage;Maria Hage;Pieter Leroy;Arthur C. Petersen.
Exploring the transition potential of renewable energy communities
Gabriella Dóci;Eleftheria Vasileiadou;Eleftheria Vasileiadou;Arthur C. Petersen;Arthur C. Petersen.
Exploring the quality of evidence for complex and contested policy decisions
Jeroen P van der Sluijs;Jeroen P van der Sluijs;Arthur C Petersen;Peter H M Janssen;James S Risbey.
Environmental Research Letters (2008)
Roles of scientists as policy advisers on complex issues: A literature review
Pita Spruijt;Anne B. Knol;Eleftheria Vasileiadou;Jeroen Devilee.
Environmental Science & Policy (2014)
Agreeing to disagree: uncertainty management in assessing climate change, impacts and responses by the IPCC
Rob Swart;Lenny Bernstein;Minh Ha-Duong;Arthur Petersen.
Climatic Change (2009)
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