Patrick Devine-Wright
Patrick Devine-Wright
Professor of Geography, University of Exeter
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Psychological benefits of greenspace increase with biodiversity
RA Fuller, KN Irvine, P Devine-Wright, PH Warren, KJ Gaston
Biology letters 3 (4), 390-394, 2007
Rethinking NIMBYism: The role of place attachment and place identity in explaining place‐protective action
P Devine‐Wright
Journal of community & applied social psychology 19 (6), 426-441, 2009
Beyond NIMBYism: towards an integrated framework for understanding public perceptions of wind energy
P Devine‐Wright
Wind Energy: An International Journal for Progress and Applications in Wind …, 2005
Community renewable energy: What should it mean?
G Walker, P Devine-Wright
Energy policy 36 (2), 497-500, 2008
Disruption to place attachment and the protection of restorative environments: A wind energy case study
P Devine-Wright, Y Howes
Journal of environmental psychology 30 (3), 271-280, 2010
Trust and community: Exploring the meanings, contexts and dynamics of community renewable energy
G Walker, P Devine-Wright, S Hunter, H High, B Evans
Energy policy 38 (6), 2655-2663, 2010
Place attachment: Advances in theory, methods and applications
L Manzo, P Devine-Wright
Routledge, 2013
Psychological research and global climate change
S Clayton, P Devine-Wright, PC Stern, L Whitmarsh, A Carrico, L Steg, ...
Nature climate change 5 (7), 640-646, 2015
Social acceptance of low carbon energy and associated infrastructures: A critical discussion
S Batel, P Devine-Wright, T Tangeland
Energy policy 58, 1-5, 2013
Think global, act local? The relevance of place attachments and place identities in a climate changed world
P Devine-Wright
Global environmental change 23 (1), 61-69, 2013
Harnessing community energies: explaining and evaluating community-based localism in renewable energy policy in the UK
G Walker, S Hunter, P Devine-Wright, B Evans, H Fay
Global Environmental Politics 7 (2), 64-82, 2007
Place attachment and public acceptance of renewable energy: A tidal energy case study
P Devine-Wright
Journal of Environmental Psychology 31 (4), 336-343, 2011
Explaining “NIMBY” objections to a power line: The role of personal, place attachment and project-related factors
P Devine-Wright
Environment and behavior 45 (6), 761-781, 2013
Energy citizenship: psychological aspects of evolution in sustainable energy technologies
P Devine-Wright
Governing technology for sustainability, 63-86, 2012
Renewable energy and the public
P Devine-Wright
Routledge, 2012
Reconsidering public attitudes and public acceptance of renewable energy technologies: a critical review
P Devine-Wright
Beyond Nimbyism: a multidisciplinary investigation of public engagement with …, 2007
Understanding urban green space as a health resource: A qualitative comparison of visit motivation and derived effects among park users in Sheffield, UK
KN Irvine, SL Warber, P Devine-Wright, KJ Gaston
International journal of environmental research and public health 10 (1 …, 2013
Psychological responses to the proximity of climate change
A Brügger, S Dessai, P Devine-Wright, TA Morton, NF Pidgeon
Nature climate change 5 (12), 1031-1037, 2015
Societal acceptance of wind farms: Analysis of four common themes across Australian case studies
N Hall, P Ashworth, P Devine-Wright
Energy Policy 58, 200-208, 2013
Local aspects of UK renewable energy development: exploring public beliefs and policy implications
P Devine-Wright
Local Environment 10 (1), 57-69, 2005
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