Dr Karen Bickerstaff
Associate Professor in Human Geography

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Books

Bickerstaff K, Walker G, Bulkeley H (2013). Energy Justice in a Changing Climate Social equity implications of the energy and low-carbon relationship., Zed Books. Abstract.

Journal articles

Bickerstaff K, Hinton E, Bulkeley H (2016). Decarbonisation at home: the contingent politics of experimental domestic energy technologies. Environment and Planning A, 48(10), 2006-2025. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Devine-Wright P, Butler C (2015). Living with low carbon technologies: an agenda for sharing and comparing qualitative energy research. Energy Policy, 84, 241-249. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Devine-Wright P, Butler C (2014). Living with low carbon technologies: an agenda for sharing and comparing qualitative energy research. Energy Policy Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Tweed C, Dixon D, Hinton E, Bickerstaff K (2014). Thermal comfort practices in the home and their impact on energy consumption. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 10(1-2), 1-24. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K (2012). "Because we've got history here": Nuclear waste, cooperative siting, and the relational geography of a complex issue. Environment and Planning A, 44(11), 2611-2628. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Lorenzoni I, Jones M, Pidgeon N (2010). Locating scientific citizenship: the institutional contexts and cultures of public engagement. Science Technology and Human Values, 35(4), 474-500. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Simmons P (2009). Absencing/presencing risk: Rethinking proximity and the experience of living with major technological hazards. Geoforum, 40(5), 864-872. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Agyeman J (2009). Assembling justice spaces: the scalar politics of environmental justice in North-east England. Antipode, 41(4), 781-806. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Bulkeley H, painter J (2009). Justice, nature and the city. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33(3), 591-600. DOI.
Bickerstaff K (2009). Resisting global toxics: transnational movements for environmental justice. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 41(10), 2537-2539. Author URL.
Bickerstaff K (2009). The geographies of garbage governance: interventions, interactions and outcomes. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 41(10), 2537-2539. Author URL.
Bickerstaff KJ, Simmons P, Pidgeon N (2008). Constructing responsibilities for risk: Negotiating citizen - State relationships. Environment and Planning A, 40(6), 1312-1330. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Lorenzoni I, Pidgeon NF, Poortinga W, Simmons P (2008). Reframing nuclear power in the UK energy debate: nuclear power, climate change mitigation and radioactive waste. Public Underst Sci, 17(2), 145-169. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Bickerstaff K (2007). Hazards, vulnerability and environmental justice. JOURNAL OF RISK RESEARCH, 10(4), 585-587. Author URL.
Bickerstaff K, Simmons P, Pidgeon N (2006). Situating local experience of risk: Peripherality, marginality and place identity in the UK foot and mouth disease crisis. Geoforum, 37(5), 844-858. Abstract. DOI.
Bergmans A, Elam M, Sundqvist G, Kos D, Simmons P, Bickerstaff K (2005). CARL: a social science research project into the effects of stakeholder involvement on decision-making in radioactive waste management (RWM). Proceedings - 10th International Conference on Environmental Remediation and Radioactive Waste Management, ICEM'05, 2005, 960-970. Abstract.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2005). Shared visions, unholy alliances: Power, governance and deliberative processes in local transport planning. Urban Studies, 42(12), 2123-2144. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K (2004). Risk perception research: socio-cultural perspectives on the public experience of air pollution. Environ Int, 30(6), 827-840. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Poortinga W, Bickerstaff K, Langford I, Niewöhner J, Pidgeon N (2004). The British 2001 Foot and Mouth crisis: a comparative study of public risk perceptions, trust and beliefs about government policy in two communities. Journal of Risk Research, 7(1), 73-90. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Simmons P (2004). The right tool for the job? Modeling, spatial relationships, and styles of scientific practice in the UK foot and mouth crisis. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 22(3), 393-412. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2003). The place(s) of matter: Matter out of place - Public understandings of air pollution. Progress in Human Geography, 27(1), 45-68. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2002). Risk, responsibility, and blame: an analysis of vocabularies of motive in air-pollution(ing) discourses. Environment and Planning A, 34(12), 2175-2192. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Tolley R, Walker G (2002). Transport planning and participation: the rhetoric and realities of public involvement. Journal of Transport Geography, 10(1), 61-73. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2001). Public understandings of air pollution: the 'localisation' of environmental risk. Global Environmental Change, 11(2), 133-145. Abstract. DOI.
Tolley R, Lumsdon L, Bickerstaff K (2001). The future of walking in Europe: a Delphi project to identify expert opinion on future walking scenarios. Transport Policy, 8(4), 307-315. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (1999). Clearing the smog? Public responses to air-quality information. Local Environment, 4(3), 279-294. Abstract. DOI.

Chapters

Bickerstaff K (2013). Climate change, human security and the built environment. In Grasso M, Redclift MR (Eds.) Handbook on Climate Change and Human Security, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 361-361.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2013). Making sense of energy justice. In Bickerstaff K, Waker G, Bulkeley H (Eds.) Energy Justice in a Changing Climate, London: Zed, 1-13.
McLaren D, Krieger K, Bickerstaff K (2013). Procedural justice in energy system transitions: the case of CCS. In Bickerstaff K, Walker G, Bulkeley H (Eds.) Energy Justice in a Changing Climate, London: Zed, 158-181.
Bickerstaff K, Agyeman J (2010). Assembling justice spaces: the scalar politics of environmental justice in north-east england. In  (Ed) Spaces of Environmental Justice, 193-218. DOI.
Fuller S, Bickerstaff K, Khaw FM, Curtis S (2010). Communication About Persistent Environmental Risks: Problems of Knowledge Exchange and Potential of Participative Techniques. In  (Ed) Risk Communication and Public Health.  Abstract. DOI.
Tolley R, Bickerstaff K, Lumsdon L (2003). Social and cultural influences on the future of walking - the experts' opinion. In  (Ed) Sustainable Transport, 238-251. DOI.

Publications by year



2016

Bickerstaff K, Hinton E, Bulkeley H (2016). Decarbonisation at home: the contingent politics of experimental domestic energy technologies. Environment and Planning A, 48(10), 2006-2025. Abstract. DOI.

2015

Bickerstaff K, Devine-Wright P, Butler C (2015). Living with low carbon technologies: an agenda for sharing and comparing qualitative energy research. Energy Policy, 84, 241-249. Abstract. DOI.

2014

Bickerstaff K, Devine-Wright P, Butler C (2014). Living with low carbon technologies: an agenda for sharing and comparing qualitative energy research. Energy Policy Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Tweed C, Dixon D, Hinton E, Bickerstaff K (2014). Thermal comfort practices in the home and their impact on energy consumption. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 10(1-2), 1-24. Abstract. DOI.

2013

Bickerstaff K (2013). Climate change, human security and the built environment. In Grasso M, Redclift MR (Eds.) Handbook on Climate Change and Human Security, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 361-361.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G, Bulkeley H (2013). Energy Justice in a Changing Climate Social equity implications of the energy and low-carbon relationship., Zed Books. Abstract.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2013). Making sense of energy justice. In Bickerstaff K, Waker G, Bulkeley H (Eds.) Energy Justice in a Changing Climate, London: Zed, 1-13.
McLaren D, Krieger K, Bickerstaff K (2013). Procedural justice in energy system transitions: the case of CCS. In Bickerstaff K, Walker G, Bulkeley H (Eds.) Energy Justice in a Changing Climate, London: Zed, 158-181.

2012

Bickerstaff K (2012). "Because we've got history here": Nuclear waste, cooperative siting, and the relational geography of a complex issue. Environment and Planning A, 44(11), 2611-2628. Abstract. DOI.

2010

Bickerstaff K, Agyeman J (2010). Assembling justice spaces: the scalar politics of environmental justice in north-east england. In  (Ed) Spaces of Environmental Justice, 193-218. DOI.
Fuller S, Bickerstaff K, Khaw FM, Curtis S (2010). Communication About Persistent Environmental Risks: Problems of Knowledge Exchange and Potential of Participative Techniques. In  (Ed) Risk Communication and Public Health.  Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Lorenzoni I, Jones M, Pidgeon N (2010). Locating scientific citizenship: the institutional contexts and cultures of public engagement. Science Technology and Human Values, 35(4), 474-500. Abstract. DOI.

2009

Bickerstaff K, Simmons P (2009). Absencing/presencing risk: Rethinking proximity and the experience of living with major technological hazards. Geoforum, 40(5), 864-872. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Agyeman J (2009). Assembling justice spaces: the scalar politics of environmental justice in North-east England. Antipode, 41(4), 781-806. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Bulkeley H, painter J (2009). Justice, nature and the city. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33(3), 591-600. DOI.
Bickerstaff K (2009). Resisting global toxics: transnational movements for environmental justice. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 41(10), 2537-2539. Author URL.
Bickerstaff K (2009). The geographies of garbage governance: interventions, interactions and outcomes. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 41(10), 2537-2539. Author URL.

2008

Bickerstaff KJ, Simmons P, Pidgeon N (2008). Constructing responsibilities for risk: Negotiating citizen - State relationships. Environment and Planning A, 40(6), 1312-1330. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Lorenzoni I, Pidgeon NF, Poortinga W, Simmons P (2008). Reframing nuclear power in the UK energy debate: nuclear power, climate change mitigation and radioactive waste. Public Underst Sci, 17(2), 145-169. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2007

Bickerstaff K (2007). Hazards, vulnerability and environmental justice. JOURNAL OF RISK RESEARCH, 10(4), 585-587. Author URL.

2006

Bickerstaff K, Simmons P, Pidgeon N (2006). Situating local experience of risk: Peripherality, marginality and place identity in the UK foot and mouth disease crisis. Geoforum, 37(5), 844-858. Abstract. DOI.

2005

Bergmans A, Elam M, Sundqvist G, Kos D, Simmons P, Bickerstaff K (2005). CARL: a social science research project into the effects of stakeholder involvement on decision-making in radioactive waste management (RWM). Proceedings - 10th International Conference on Environmental Remediation and Radioactive Waste Management, ICEM'05, 2005, 960-970. Abstract.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2005). Shared visions, unholy alliances: Power, governance and deliberative processes in local transport planning. Urban Studies, 42(12), 2123-2144. Abstract. DOI.

2004

Bickerstaff K (2004). Risk perception research: socio-cultural perspectives on the public experience of air pollution. Environ Int, 30(6), 827-840. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Poortinga W, Bickerstaff K, Langford I, Niewöhner J, Pidgeon N (2004). The British 2001 Foot and Mouth crisis: a comparative study of public risk perceptions, trust and beliefs about government policy in two communities. Journal of Risk Research, 7(1), 73-90. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Simmons P (2004). The right tool for the job? Modeling, spatial relationships, and styles of scientific practice in the UK foot and mouth crisis. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 22(3), 393-412. Abstract. DOI.

2003

Tolley R, Bickerstaff K, Lumsdon L (2003). Social and cultural influences on the future of walking - the experts' opinion. In  (Ed) Sustainable Transport, 238-251. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2003). The place(s) of matter: Matter out of place - Public understandings of air pollution. Progress in Human Geography, 27(1), 45-68. Abstract. DOI.

2002

Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2002). Risk, responsibility, and blame: an analysis of vocabularies of motive in air-pollution(ing) discourses. Environment and Planning A, 34(12), 2175-2192. Abstract. DOI.
Bickerstaff K, Tolley R, Walker G (2002). Transport planning and participation: the rhetoric and realities of public involvement. Journal of Transport Geography, 10(1), 61-73. Abstract. DOI.

2001

Bickerstaff K, Walker G (2001). Public understandings of air pollution: the 'localisation' of environmental risk. Global Environmental Change, 11(2), 133-145. Abstract. DOI.
Tolley R, Lumsdon L, Bickerstaff K (2001). The future of walking in Europe: a Delphi project to identify expert opinion on future walking scenarios. Transport Policy, 8(4), 307-315. Abstract. DOI.

1999

Bickerstaff K, Walker G (1999). Clearing the smog? Public responses to air-quality information. Local Environment, 4(3), 279-294. Abstract. DOI.