Her primary areas of study are Climate change, Environmental resource management, Political economy of climate change, Vulnerability and Action. Her Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social psychology, Affect, Risk perception, Public relations and Development economics. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ecological economics and Sustainability.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Energy policy, Climate change mitigation, Nuclear power and Framing in addition to Political economy of climate change. Irene Lorenzoni focuses mostly in the field of Vulnerability, narrowing it down to topics relating to Psychological resilience and, in certain cases, Futures studies, Positive economics, Globalization, Construct and Adaptive capacity. Her Action research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Expression and Value.
Irene Lorenzoni spends much of her time researching Climate change, Environmental resource management, Political economy of climate change, Environmental planning and Public economics. Her Climate change course of study focuses on Social psychology and Public relations. Irene Lorenzoni interconnects Citizen journalism, Sustainability, Process and Integrated management in the investigation of issues within Environmental resource management.
The Political economy of climate change study combines topics in areas such as Social science, Human systems engineering, Situated, Vulnerability assessment and Adaptive capacity. Her Environmental planning research integrates issues from Climate change impact assessment and Stern Review. Her work in Global warming covers topics such as Development economics which are related to areas like Vulnerability.
Her primary areas of investigation include Flood myth, Environmental resource management, Climate change, Environmental planning and Public relations. Irene Lorenzoni has included themes like Social psychology and Scale in her Flood myth study. Her Environmental resource management research includes themes of Interdependence, Spatial planning and Flood risk assessment.
Irene Lorenzoni undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Climate change and Graphics in her work. Her study on Coastal planning is often connected to Sustainable growth rate as part of broader study in Environmental planning. The concepts of her Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Technocracy, Incrementalism, Perception and Governance process.
Her primary areas of investigation include Flood myth, Climate change, Affect, Greenhouse gas and Environmental resource management. Her Flood myth study incorporates themes from Reflexivity, Social learning, Stakeholder and Natural resource. Irene Lorenzoni integrates many fields in her works, including Climate change and Graphics.
Her Affect study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Transformative learning, Flood risk management and Place attachment. The various areas that Irene Lorenzoni examines in her Greenhouse gas study include Scrutiny, Climate governance, Accounting and Ecosystem. Her Environmental resource management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spatial planning, Scale and Flood risk assessment.
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Are there social limits to adaptation to climate change
W. Neil Adger;Suraje Dessai;Marisa Goulden;Michael Hulme.
Barriers perceived to engaging with climate change among the UK public and their policy implications
Irene Lorenzoni;Sophie Nicholson-Cole;Lorraine Whitmarsh.
Public Views on Climate Change: European and USA Perspectives
Irene Lorenzoni;Nicholas Frank Pidgeon;Nicholas Frank Pidgeon.
Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values, Governance
W. N. Adger;I. Lorenzoni;K. L. O'Brien.
Social capital, individual responses to heat waves and climate change adaptation: An empirical study of two UK cities
Johanna Wolf;W. Neil Adger;Irene Lorenzoni;Vanessa Abrahamson.
Climate change or nuclear power-No thanks! A quantitative study of public perceptions and risk framing in Britain
Nicholas Frank Pidgeon;Irene Lorenzoni;Wouter Poortinga.
Reframing nuclear power in the UK energy debate: nuclear power, climate change mitigation and radioactive waste
Karen Bickerstaff;Irene Lorenzoni;Nicholas Frank Pidgeon;Wouter Poortinga.
Cross-national comparisons of image associations with "global warming" and "climate change" among laypeople in the United States of America and Great Britain
Irene Lorenzoni;Anthony Leiserowitz;Miguel De Franca Doria;Wouter Poortinga.
Perceptions of heatwave risks to health: interview-based study of older people in London and Norwich, UK.
Vanessa Abrahamson;Johanna Wolf;Irene Lorenzoni;Bridget Fenn.
Coastal Management for Sustainable Development: Analysing Environmental and Socio-Economic Changes on the UK Coast
RK Turner;I Lorenzoni;NJ Beaumont;IJ Bateman.
The Geographical Journal (1998)
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