1996 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1985 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Environmental resource management, Sustainability, Value and Ecosystem. The concepts of his Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Social value orientations, Risk perception, Function and Environmentalism. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Natural resource economics, Climate change and Knowledge transfer.
Thomas Dietz combines subjects such as Urbanization, Gross domestic product, Ecological footprint and Greenhouse gas with his study of Natural resource economics. The various areas that Thomas Dietz examines in his Sustainability study include Framing, Commons and Data science. His Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Well-being and Working group.
Thomas Dietz spends much of his time researching Environmental resource management, Climate change, Sustainability, Social psychology and Greenhouse gas. Thomas Dietz works mostly in the field of Environmental resource management, limiting it down to concerns involving Commons and, occasionally, Corporate governance. Thomas Dietz has included themes like Politics and Action in his Climate change study.
To a larger extent, Thomas Dietz studies Ecology with the aim of understanding Sustainability. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Environmentalism and Value. His Greenhouse gas research focuses on Natural resource economics and how it relates to Ecological footprint.
Thomas Dietz mostly deals with Climate change, Sustainable development, Sustainability, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak and Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. His studies in Climate change integrate themes in fields like Constructivism, Environmental sociology, Greenhouse gas and Politics. His research investigates the connection between Greenhouse gas and topics such as Unit that intersect with problems in Poverty.
His Sustainable development study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developed country, Developing country, International trade and Engineering management. His work deals with themes such as Natural disaster, Disaster research, Action, Psychological resilience and Vulnerability, which intersect with Sustainability. Earth is intertwined with Value and Environmentalism in his research.
Thomas Dietz mostly deals with Intervention, Renewable energy, Globe, Environmentalism and Redress. The Intervention study combines topics in areas such as Diffusion of innovations, Actuarial science, Survey data collection and Market penetration. Thomas Dietz interconnects Fossil fuel, Marketing and Photovoltaic system in the investigation of issues within Renewable energy.
His Globe research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Water heating, Environmental economics, Context, Energy consumption and Commons. His Environmentalism study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology, Criminology and Environmental justice. His research integrates issues of Identity and Poverty in his study of Redress.
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The Struggle to Govern the Commons
Thomas Dietz;Elinor Ostrom;Paul C. Stern.
A Value-Belief-Norm Theory of Support for Social Movements: The Case of Environmentalism
Paul C. Stern;Thomas Dietz;Troy D. Abel;Gregory A. Guagnano.
Human Ecology Review (1999)
Complexity of coupled human and natural systems
Jianguo Liu;Thomas Dietz;Stephen R. Carpenter;Marina Alberti.
Value Orientations, Gender, and Environmental Concern:
Paul C. Stern;Thomas Dietz;Linda Kalof.
Environment and Behavior (1993)
The Value Basis of Environmental Concern
Paul C. Stern;Thomas Dietz.
Journal of Social Issues (1994)
Science for managing ecosystem services: Beyond the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
Stephen R. Carpenter;Harold A. Mooney;John Agard;Doris Capistrano.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
STIRPAT, IPAT and ImPACT: analytic tools for unpacking the driving forces of environmental impacts
Richard York;Eugene A Rosa;Thomas Dietz.
Ecological Economics (2003)
Influences on Attitude-Behavior Relationships A Natural Experiment with Curbside Recycling
Gregory A. Guagnano;Paul C. Stern;Thomas Dietz.
Environment and Behavior (1995)
The drama of the commons.
Elinor Ostrom;Thomas Dietz;Nives Dolšak;Paul C. Stern.
Values, Beliefs, and Proenvironmental Action: Attitude Formation Toward Emergent Attitude Objects1
Paul C. Stern;Linda Kalof;Thomas Dietz;Gregory A. Guagnano.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1995)
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