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Characteristics of tail pipe (Nitric oxide) and resuspended dust emissions from urban roads – A case study in Delhi city (2019)
Journal Article
Dheeraj Alshetty, V., Kuppili, S. K., Nagendra, . S. S., Ramadurai, G., Sethi, V., Kumar, R., …Longhurst, J. (in press). Characteristics of tail pipe (Nitric oxide) and resuspended dust emissions from urban roads – A case study in Delhi city. Journal of Transport and Health, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2019.100653

Introduction: Personal exposure to elevated vehicle exhaust and non-exhaust emissions at urban roadside leads to carcinogenic health effects, respiratory illness and nervous system disorders. In this paper, an attempt has been made to investigate the... Read More about Characteristics of tail pipe (Nitric oxide) and resuspended dust emissions from urban roads – A case study in Delhi city.

Emissions vs exposure: Increasing injustice from road traffic-related air pollution in the United Kingdom (2019)
Journal Article
Barnes, J., Chatterton, T. J., & Longhurst, J. (2019). Emissions vs exposure: Increasing injustice from road traffic-related air pollution in the United Kingdom. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 73, 56-66. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2019.05.012

© 2019 The Authors This paper presents unique spatial analyses identifying substantial discrepancies in traffic-related emissions generation and exposure by socioeconomic and demographic groups. It demonstrates a compelling environmental and social i... Read More about Emissions vs exposure: Increasing injustice from road traffic-related air pollution in the United Kingdom.

Practice ecology of sustainable travel: The importance of institutional policy-making processes beyond the traveller (2019)
Journal Article
Williams, D. G., Spotswood, F., Parkhurst, G., & Chatterton, T. (2019). Practice ecology of sustainable travel: The importance of institutional policy-making processes beyond the traveller. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 62, 740-756. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2019.02.018

© 2019 The Authors Changing mobility behaviour towards activities and actions that have a less detrimental impact on the environment, public health and society is an objective of transport policy jurisdictions globally. In line with a burgeoning body... Read More about Practice ecology of sustainable travel: The importance of institutional policy-making processes beyond the traveller.

An assessment of voluntary travel behaviour change delivery in England as an alternative to highway construction (2019)
Journal Article
Williams, D. G., Chatterton, T., Parkhurst, G., & Spotswood, F. (2019). An assessment of voluntary travel behaviour change delivery in England as an alternative to highway construction. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 7(2), 318-329. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cstp.2019.02.009

There is a growing body of international evidence available that shows highway construction fails to solve issues of congestion and improvements to the local economy. There is also evidence that due to changes of land use and expectations of being ab... Read More about An assessment of voluntary travel behaviour change delivery in England as an alternative to highway construction.

EU multilevel governance and air quality management in the UK (2018)
Presentation / Conference
De Vito, L., Russel, D., Hayes, E., Barnes, J., Chatterton, T., & Longhurst, J. (2018, September). EU multilevel governance and air quality management in the UK. Presented at European Group for Public Administration (EGPA)

Presentation delivered at the EGPA Conference 2018

Analysing air pollution and its management through the lens of the UN sustainable development goals: A review and assessment (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Longhurst, J., Barnes, J., Chatterton, T., De Vito, L., Everard, M., Hayes, E. T., …Williams, B. (2018, June). Analysing air pollution and its management through the lens of the UN sustainable development goals: A review and assessment. Presented at 26th International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution

This presentation provides a high-level assessment of air pollution and its management viewed through the lens of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It contains • a short overview of the sparse literature, • an assessment... Read More about Analysing air pollution and its management through the lens of the UN sustainable development goals: A review and assessment.

Do domestic heating controls save energy? A review of the evidence (2018)
Journal Article
Lomas, K., Oliveira, S., Warren, P., Haines, V., Chatterton, T., Beizaee, A., …Gething, B. (2018). Do domestic heating controls save energy? A review of the evidence. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 93, 52-75. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2018.05.002

© 2018 The Authors Claims about the benefits of heating controls are often biased, unsubstantiated, misleading, or incorrect. This paper presents a systematic and critical international review of the evidence for the energy saving, cost effectiveness... Read More about Do domestic heating controls save energy? A review of the evidence.

Sustainable developments? Assessing the direct energy (building and vehicles) consumption of new housing developments in the United Kingdom using social and structural benchmarking (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Chatterton, T. (2018, April). Sustainable developments? Assessing the direct energy (building and vehicles) consumption of new housing developments in the United Kingdom using social and structural benchmarking. Paper presented at American Association of Geography Annual Meeting 2018

The sustainability of new housing developments in the UK is assessed considering not just absolute levels of energy use, but by benchmarking consumption against existing areas with similar characteristics, both social (socio-economic/demographic) and... Read More about Sustainable developments? Assessing the direct energy (building and vehicles) consumption of new housing developments in the United Kingdom using social and structural benchmarking.

Policy disconnect: A critical review of UK air quality policy in relation to EU and LAQM responsibilities over the last 20 years (2018)
Journal Article
Barnes, J. H., Hayes, E. T., Chatterton, T., & Longhurst, J. (2018). Policy disconnect: A critical review of UK air quality policy in relation to EU and LAQM responsibilities over the last 20 years. Environmental Science and Policy, 85, 28-39. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2018.03.024

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd This paper critically reviews United Kingdom (UK) air quality policy in relation to European and Local Air Quality Management (LAQM) responsibilities over the last 20 years. The arguments articulated in this paper highlight the gu... Read More about Policy disconnect: A critical review of UK air quality policy in relation to EU and LAQM responsibilities over the last 20 years.

Putting people at the heart of air quality management (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Chatterton, T., Hayes, E. T., Barnes, J., De Vito, L., Boushel, C., Husby, T., …Heves, G. (2018, March). Putting people at the heart of air quality management. Presented at Air Quality 2018: Science and Application

One of the key reasons why efforts to improve air quality have not been more successful across Europe has been the failure to elicit more political support at both national and local levels. This can be seen as being due, in no small part, to a failu... Read More about Putting people at the heart of air quality management.

“Unfortunately, I use my car”: Commuter transport choices in Bristol, UK (2018)
Journal Article
Boushel, C., Barnes, J., Chatterton, T., Devito, L., Edwards, A., Rogers, L. F., …Hayes, E. (2018). “Unfortunately, I use my car”: Commuter transport choices in Bristol, UK. https://doi.org/10.2495/AIR180231

© 2018 WIT Press. The leading source of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentrations in Bristol, United Kingdom is road transport, and Bristol exceeds the annual mean national air quality objective of 40 µg/m3 for NO2 in many locations around the city. Unde... Read More about “Unfortunately, I use my car”: Commuter transport choices in Bristol, UK.

Claircity project: Citizen-led scenarios to improve air quality in European cities (2018)
Journal Article
Hayes, E., King, A., Callum, A., Williams, B., Vanherle, K., Boushel, C., …Longhurst, J. (2018). Claircity project: Citizen-led scenarios to improve air quality in European cities. https://doi.org/10.2495/AIR180221

© 2018 WIT Press. Air pollution has as significant impact on the health of European citizens, particularly in urban areas, and was responsible for more than 400,000 premature deaths in Europe in 2014. It is within our cities where this public health... Read More about Claircity project: Citizen-led scenarios to improve air quality in European cities.

MOToring along: The lives of cars seen through licensing and test data (2017)
Report
Cairns, S., Anable, J., Chatterton, T., Wilson, E., & Morton, C. (2017). MOToring along: The lives of cars seen through licensing and test data

For the past few years, the authors of this report have applied their expertise in transport studies, mathematical modelling, emissions analytics, statistics and geography to undertake innovative analysis of a dataset consisting of all registered lig... Read More about MOToring along: The lives of cars seen through licensing and test data.

Heating controls: International evidence base and policy experiences (2017)
Report
Oliveira, S., Prestwood, E., Chatterton, T., Poghosyan, A., & Gething, B. (2017). Heating controls: International evidence base and policy experiences

This report presents a synthesis in the form of narrative summaries of the international evidence base and policy experiences on heating controls in the domestic sector. The research builds on the former Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)... Read More about Heating controls: International evidence base and policy experiences.

Our future with clean air: ClairCity (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Chatterton, T., Fogg Rogers, L., Boushel, C., & Hayes, E. T. (2017, October). Our future with clean air: ClairCity. Presented at Changing Minds: Communicate Symposium on Behaviour Change, Bristol, UK

In the European project ClairCity (www.claircity.eu), we apply a societal approach to behaviour change towards reducing air pollution and carbon emissions in cities. The project is engaging with citizens and policymakers from six European cities/regi... Read More about Our future with clean air: ClairCity.

What should be the focus of ‘behaviour change’: Individuals or society? (2017)
Journal Article
Chatterton, T. (2017). What should be the focus of ‘behaviour change’: Individuals or society?. Social Business, 7(3-4), 229-240. https://doi.org/10.1362/204440817X15108539431479

This article discusses the contemporary notion of ‘behaviour change’ and how it is causing divisions between those disciplines and practitioners who use approaches that are grounded in individualist worldviews, and those who are led by approaches tha... Read More about What should be the focus of ‘behaviour change’: Individuals or society?.

Society vs the individual - How can we work together to enable behaviour change? (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg Rogers, L., Boushel, C., Chatterton, T., & Hayes, E. T. (2017, June). Society vs the individual - How can we work together to enable behaviour change?. Presented at Conference on Communication and the Environment, Leicester, England

In order to prevent potential climate change catastrophe we need many countries and cultures to work together towards a shared aim. However, political, geographical and even administrative barriers mean this gargantuan task is often neglected by poli... Read More about Society vs the individual - How can we work together to enable behaviour change?.

Making energy behaviour research relevant to policy: A tale of two studies (2017)
Journal Article
Chatterton, T., Tsang, F., Oliveira, S., Burge, P., Prestwood, E., Poghosyan, A., & Gething, B. (2017). Making energy behaviour research relevant to policy: A tale of two studies

Within a context of shrinking government resources and greater pressure on academics and other researchers to generate ‘impact’ from (publically funded) research there is a greater need than ever to ensure that published research is readily usable by... Read More about Making energy behaviour research relevant to policy: A tale of two studies.

Practice-theoretical possibilities for social marketing: Two fields learning from each other (2017)
Journal Article
Spotswood, F., Chatterton, T., Morey, Y., & Spear, S. (2017). Practice-theoretical possibilities for social marketing: Two fields learning from each other. Journal of Social Marketing, 7(2), 156-171

This paper introduces key concepts from practice theory to the social change agenda, and draws on the unique contributions of the social marketing field. Practice theory has underpinned a growing stream of research in pro-environmental studies seekin... Read More about Practice-theoretical possibilities for social marketing: Two fields learning from each other.