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Defining issue-based publics for public engagement: Climate change as a case study (2009)
Journal Article
Featherstone, H., Weitkamp, E., Ling, K., & Burnet, F. (2009). Defining issue-based publics for public engagement: Climate change as a case study. Public Understanding of Science, 18(2), 214-228. https://doi.org/10.1177/0963662507082890

Understanding your audiences' perceptions is key to the success of any communication campaign. This research note outlines a pilot study using the Situational Model of publics to segment the broader public. Focus groups were used to study publics' un... Read More about Defining issue-based publics for public engagement: Climate change as a case study.

Stakeholders' mixed messages on climate change (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Featherstone, H., Ling, K., & Weitkamp, E. (2008, June). Stakeholders' mixed messages on climate change. Paper presented at 10th Annual Public Communication of Science and Technology, Malmo, Sweden

Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2006)
Journal Article
Irwin, J. G., Fisher, B. E., Ling, K. A., Longhurst, J. W., Leksmono, N. S., Chatterton, T. J., …Irwin, J. (2006). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Environmental Modelling and Software, 21(4), 494-500. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2004.07.012

In the UK, local government is under a statutory duty to undertake scientific review and assessment of air quality and designate Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) in locations with identified air quality problems. This paper investigates, from a t... Read More about Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise.

Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Leksmono, N., Longhurst, J., Fisher, B., Chatterton, T., Irwin, J., & Ling, K. (2003, June). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Presented at Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Air Quality: Measuring, Modelling and Management

Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Leksmono, N., Longhurst, J., Fisher, B., Chatterton, T., Irwin, J., & Ling, K. (2003, March). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Air Quality: Measuring, Modelling and Management

Communication and co-operation within and between local authorities - an attempt to quantify management practices and their effect on the air quality management process (1999)
Book Chapter
Beattie, C., Elsom, D., Gibbs, D., Irwin, J., Jefferson, C., Ling, K., …Woodfield, N. (1999). Communication and co-operation within and between local authorities - an attempt to quantify management practices and their effect on the air quality management process. In C. Brebbia, M. Jacobson, & H. Power (Eds.), Air Pollution VII, 175-186. WIT Press


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