Ecology and Environmental economics are two areas of study in which Paul Upham engages in interdisciplinary research. Paul Upham performs multidisciplinary studies into Environmental economics and Ecology in his work. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Public opinion and Politics. Paul Upham undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Politics and Public opinion through his research. He combines topics linked to Law with his work on Credibility. His Credibility research extends to Law, which is thematically connected. Paul Upham combines Perception and Neuroscience in his studies. He connects Neuroscience with Perception in his research. His Climate change study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Carbon capture and storage (timeline).
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International trends in public perceptions of climate change over the past quarter century
Stuart B. Capstick;Lorraine E. Whitmarsh;Wouter Poortinga;Nicholas Frank Pidgeon.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change (2015)
Voluntary carbon offsetting schemes for aviation: efficiency, credibility and sustainable tourism.
Stefan Gössling;John Broderick;Paul Upham;Jean-Paul Ceron.
Commercial orientation in grassroots social innovation: Insights from the sharing economy
Chris J. Martin;Paul Upham;Leslie Budd.
Carbon labelling of grocery products: public perceptions and potential emissions reductions
Paul Upham;Leonie Dendler;Mercedes Bleda.
Towards a cross-paradigmatic framework of the social acceptance of energy systems
Paul Upham;Christian Oltra;Àlex Boso.
Environmental capacity and airport operations: current issues and future prospects
Paul Upham;Callum Thomas;David Gillingwater;David Raper.
Grassroots social innovation and the mobilisation of values in collaborative consumption: a conceptual model
Chris J. Martin;Paul Upham.
Towards Sustainable Aviation
Paul Upham;Janet Maughan;David Raper;Callum Thomas.
The acceptability of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in Europe: An assessment of the key determining factors. Part 2. The social acceptability of CCS and the wider impacts and repercussions of its implementation
Simon Shackley;David Reiner;Paul Upham;Heleen de Coninck.
Climate Change and Aviation. Issues, Challenges and Solutions.
Stefan Gössling;Paul Upham.
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