Professor Patrick Devine-Wright
Professor in Human Geography

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Key publications



Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (In Press). Making electricity networks ‘visible’: industry actor constructions of ‘publics’ and public engagement in infrastructure planning. Public Understanding of Science Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Explaining ‘NIMBY’ objections to a power line: the role of personal, place attachment and project-related factors. Environment and Behavior, 45, 761-781.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Think global, act local? the relevance of place attachments and place identities in a climate changed world. Global Environmental Change, 23, 61-69. Abstract. DOI.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (2012). Making electricity networks ‘visible’: industry actor constructions of ‘publics’ and public engagement in infrastructure planning. Public Understanding of Science, 21, 17-35.
Devine-Wright P (2011). Place attachment and public acceptance of renewable energy: a tidal energy case study. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31, 336-343. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Heath Y (2010). Disruption to place attachment and the protection of restorative environments: a wind energy case study. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30 Abstract. DOI.

Publications by category


Books

Devine-Wright P (eds)(2011). Renewable Energy and the Public: from Nimby to Participation. London, UK, Earthscan. Abstract.  Author URL.

Journal articles

Batel SA, Devine-Wright P (In Press). (in press). A critical and empirical analysis of the national-local ‘gap’in public responses to large-scale energy infrastructures. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (In Press). Expanding the Role for Psychology in Addressing Environmental Challenges.  Full text.
Devine-Wright P, Bickerstaff K, Butler C (In Press). Living with low carbon technologies: an agenda for sharing and comparing qualitative energy research. Energy Policy Abstract.  Full text.
Devine-Wright P (In Press). Local perceptions of opportunities for engagement and procedural justice in electricity transmission grid projects in Norway and the UK.  Full text.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (In Press). Making electricity networks ‘visible’: industry actor constructions of ‘publics’ and public engagement in infrastructure planning. Public Understanding of Science Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Goedkoop F, Devine-Wright P (In Press). Partnership or placation? the role of Trust and Justice in the Shared Ownership of Renewable Energy Projects. Energy Research & Social Science. Abstract.  Full text.
Devine-Wright P (In Press). Psychological Research and Global Climate Change. Nature Climate Change Full text.
Bruegger A, Dessai S, Devine-Wright P, Morton TA, Pidgeon N (In Press). Psychological responses to the proximity of climate change. Nature Climate Change Full text.
Batel SA, Devine-Wright P (In Press). Towards a better understanding of people's responses to renewable energy technologies: Insights from Social Representations Theory. Public Understanding of Science Abstract.
Batel S, Castro P, Devine-Wright P, Howarth C (2016). Developing a critical agenda to understand pro-environmental actions: contributions from Social Representations and Social Practices Theories. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 7(6), 932-932. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P (2016). Energy Colonialism and the Role of the Global in Local Responses to New Energy Infrastructures in the UK: a Critical and Exploratory Empirical Analysis. Antipode, 49(1), 3-22. DOI.
Bailey E, Devine-Wright P, Batel S (2016). Using a narrative approach to understand place attachments and responses to power line proposals: the importance of life-place trajectories. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 200-211. 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.
Devine-Wright P (2015). Local attachments and identities. Progress in Human Geography, 39(4), 527-530. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Price J, Leviston Z (2015). My country or my planet? Exploring the influence of multiple place attachments and ideological beliefs upon climate change attitudes and opinions. Global Environmental Change, 30, 68-79. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Walker I, Leviston Z, Price J, Devine-Wright P (2015). Responses to a worsening environment: relative deprivation mediates between place attachments and behaviour. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 45(7), 833-846. Author URL. DOI.
Rydin Y, Guy S, Goodier C, Chmutina K, Devine-Wright P, Wiersma B (2015). The financial entanglements of local energy projects. Geoforum, 59, 1-11. Abstract. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P, Wold L, Egeland H, Jacobsen G, Aas O (2015). The role of (de-)essentialisation within siting conflicts: an interdisciplinary approach. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 44, 149-159. DOI.
Wrapson W, Devine-Wright P (2014). 'Domesticating' low carbon thermal technologies: Diversity, multiplicity and variability in older person, off grid households. Energy Policy, 67, 807-817. Abstract. DOI.
Chmutina K, Wiersma B, Goodier CI, Devine-Wright P (2014). Concern or compliance? Drivers of urban decentralised energy initiatives. Sustainable Cities and Society, 10, 122-129. Abstract. DOI.
Wiersma B, Devine-Wright P (2014). Decentralising energy: comparing the drivers and influencers of projects led by public, private, community and third sector actors. Contemporary Social Science, 9(4), 456-470. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Wrapson W, Henshaw V, Guy S (2014). Low carbon heating and older adults: Comfort, cosiness and glow. Building Research and Information, 42(3), 288-299. Abstract. DOI.
Aas Ø, Devine-Wright P, Tangeland T, Batel S, Ruud A (2014). Public beliefs about high-voltage powerlines in Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom: a comparative survey. Energy Research and Social Science, 2, 30-37. Abstract. DOI.
Wiersma B, Devine-Wright P (2014). Public engagement with offshore renewable energy: a critical review. WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-CLIMATE CHANGE, 5(4), 493-507. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Batel S (2013). Explaining public preferences for high voltage power lines: an empirical study of perceived fit in a rural landscape. Land Use Policy, 31, 640-649. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Batel S (2013). Explaining public preferences for high voltage pylon designs: an empirical study of perceived fit in a rural landscape. Land Use Policy, 31, 640-649. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Explaining ‘NIMBY’ objections to a power line: the role of personal, place attachment and project-related factors. Environment and Behavior, 45, 761-781.
Devine-Wright P, Wiersma B (2013). Opening up the "local" to analysis: Exploring the spatiality of UK urban decentralised energy initiatives. Local Environment, 18(10), 1099-1116. Abstract. DOI.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (2013). Putting pylons into place: a UK case study of public perspectives on the impacts of high voltage overhead transmission lines. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56(8), 1225-1245. Abstract. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P, Tangeland T (2013). Social acceptance of low carbon energy and associated infrastructures: a critical discussion. Energy Policy, 58, 1-5. Abstract. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P, Tangeland T (2013). Social acceptance of low carbon energy and associated infrastructures: a critical discussion. Energy Policy, 58, 1-5. Abstract. DOI.
Hall N, Ashworth P, Devine-Wright P (2013). Societal acceptance of wind farms: Analysis of four common themes across Australian case studies. Energy Policy, 58, 200-208. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Think global, act local? the relevance of place attachments and place identities in a climate changed world. Global Environmental Change, 23, 61-69. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Understanding NIMBYism. International Water Power and Dam Construction, 65(5), 38-40. Abstract.
Irvine KN, Warber SL, Devine-Wright P, Gaston KJ (2013). Understanding Urban Green Space as a Health Resource: a Qualitative Comparison of Visit Motivation and Derived Effects among Park Users in Sheffield, UK. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 10(1), 417-442. Author URL. DOI.
Bailey E, Devine-Wright P (2013). Varieties of people-place relations and place change: UK electricity transmission grid development. ESTUDIOS DE PSICOLOGIA, 34(3), 335-338. Author URL. DOI.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (2012). Making electricity networks ‘visible’: industry actor constructions of ‘publics’ and public engagement in infrastructure planning. Public Understanding of Science, 21, 17-35.
Barr S, Devine-Wright P (2012). Resilient Communities: sustainabilities in transition. Local Environment, 17, 525-532.
Buijs A, Hovardas T, Figari H, Castro P, Devine-Wright P, Fischer A, Mouro C, Selge S (2012). Understanding People's Ideas on Natural Resource Management: Research on Social Representations of Nature. Society and Natural Resources, 25(11), 1167-1181. Abstract. DOI.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (2011). Discourses of energy infrastructure development: a Q-method study of electricity transmission line siting in the UK. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 43(4), 942-960. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2011). Enhancing local distinctiveness fosters public acceptance of tidal energy: a UK case study. Energy Policy(39), 83-93. Abstract.  Author URL.
Devine-Wright P (2011). Place attachment and public acceptance of renewable energy: a tidal energy case study. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31, 336-343. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2011). Public engagement with large-scale renewable energy technologies: breaking the cycle of NIMBYism. WIRES CLIM CHANGE, 2(1), 19-26. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Rydin Y, Devine-Wright P, Goodier C, Guy S, Hunt L, Watson J (2010). Briefing: Challenging lock-in through urban energy systems. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Urban Design and Planning, 163(4), 149-151. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Heath Y (2010). Disruption to place attachment and the protection of restorative environments: a wind energy case study. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30 Abstract. DOI.
Cass N, Walker G, Devine-Wright P (2010). Good Neighbours, Public Relations and Bribes: the Politics and Perceptions of Community Benefit Provision in Renewable Energy Development in the UK. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & PLANNING, 12(3), 255-275. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Clayton S (2010). Introduction to the special issue: Place, identity and environmental behaviour. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 30(3), 267-270. Author URL. DOI.
Sherry-Brennan F, Devine-Wright H, Devine-Wright P (2010). Public Understanding of Hydrogen: a theoretical approach. Energy Policy(38), 5311-5319. Abstract.
Walker G, Devine-Wright P, Hunter S, High H, Evans B (2010). Trust and community: exploring the meanings, contexts and dynamics of community renewable energy. Energy Policy, 2655-2663. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H, Brennan FS (2010). Visible technologies, invisible organizations: an empirical study of public beliefs about electricity supply networks. Energy Policy, 4127-4134. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Sutton J (2009). An energetic approach. PSYCHOLOGIST, 22(2), 116-117. Author URL.
Agyeman J, Devine-Wright P, Prange J (2009). Close to the edge, down by the river? Joining up managed retreat and place attachment in a climate changed world. ENVIRON PLANN A, 41(3), 509-513. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Irvine K, Payne S, Fuller R, Painter B, Gaston K (2009). Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary,empirical study. Local Environment, 14(2), 155-172. Abstract.
Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H (2009). Public engagement with community-based energy service provision: an exploratory case study. Energy and Environment, 20(3), 303-317. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2009). Rethinking NIMBYism: the Role of Place Attachment and Place Identity in Explaining Place-protective Action. J COMMUNITY APPL SOC, 19(6), 426-441. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright H, Devine-Wright P (2009). Social representations of electricity network technologies: exploring processes of anchoring and objectification through the use of visual research methods. Br J Soc Psychol, 48(Pt 2), 357-373. Abstract. DOI.
Walker G, Devine-Wright P (2008). Community renewable energy: What should it mean?. ENERGY POLICY, 36(2), 497-500. Author URL. DOI.
Wall R, Devine-Wright P, Mill GA (2008). Interactions between perceived behavioral control and personal-normative motives - Qualitative and quantitative evidence from a study of commuting-mode choice. JOURNAL OF MIXED METHODS RESEARCH, 2(1), 63-86. Author URL. DOI.
Wall R, Devine-Wright P, Mill GA (2007). Comparing and combining theories to explain proenvironmental intentions - the case of commuting-mode choice. ENVIRONMENT AND BEHAVIOR, 39(6), 731-753. Author URL. DOI.
Walker G, Hunter S, Devine-Wright P, Evans B, Fay H (2007). Harnessing community energies: Explaining and evaluating community-based localism in renewable energy policy in the UK. GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS, 7(2), 64-+. Author URL. DOI.
Fuller RA, Irvine KN, Devine-Wright P, Warren PH, Gaston KJ (2007). Psychological benefits of greenspace increase with biodiversity. Biol Lett, 3(4), 390-394. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H (2006). Social representations of intermittency and the shaping of public support for wind energy in the UK. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 25(3-4), 243-256. Abstract.
Devine-Wright P (2005). Beyond NIMBYism: Towards an integrated framework for understanding public perceptions of wind energy. Wind Energy, 8(2), 125-139. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2005). Local aspects of UK renewable energy development: Exploring public beliefs and policy implications. Local Environment, 10(1), 57-69. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2002). A sociology of energy, buildings and the environment: constructing knowledge, designing practice. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 22(4), 415-417. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2001). Identity, memory and the social status of groups in Northern Ireland: Relating processes of social remembering with beliefs about the structure of society. Irish Journal of Psychology, 22(2), 1-21. Abstract.
Devine-Wright P, Fleming PD, Chadwick H (2001). Role of social capital in advancing regional sustainable development. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 19(2), 161-167. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Lyons E (1997). Remembering pasts and representing places: the construction of national identities in Ireland. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 17(1), 33-45. Abstract.

Chapters

Devine-Wright P (2013). Dynamics of place attachment in a climate changed world. In  (Ed) Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Applications, 165-177. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Place attachment and the social acceptance or renewable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Psychological Approaches to Sustainability: Current Trends in Theory, Research and Applications, 337-359.  Abstract.
Sherry-Brennan F, Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H (2013). Public engagement with wind-hydrogen technology: a comparative study. In  (Ed) Renewable Energy and the Public: from NIMBY to Participation, 261-274. DOI.
Watson J, Devine-Wright P (2012). Centralization, decentralization and the scales in between: What role might they play in the uk energy system?. In  (Ed) The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads, 280-297.  Abstract. DOI.
Torriti J, Leach M, Devine-Wright P (2012). Demand-side participation: Price constraints, technical limits and behavioural risks. In  (Ed) The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads, 88-105.  Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2011). From backyards to places: Public engagement and the emplacement of renewable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Renewable Energy and the Public: from NIMBY to Participation, London: Earthscan, 57-70.
Devine-Wright P (2010). Place attachment and the social acceptance of renewable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Psychological Approaches to Sustainability: Current Trends in Theory, Research and Applications, 337-360.  Abstract.
Devine-Wright P (2008). Reconsidering public acceptance of renewable energy technologies: a critical review. In Grubb M, Jamasb T, Pollitt M (Eds.) Delivering a Low Carbon Electricity System: Technologies, Economics and Policy, Cambridge University Press, 443-461.
Devine-Wright P (2007). Energy citizenship: psychological aspects of evolution in sustainable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Framing the Present, Shaping the Future: Contemporary Governance of Sustainable Technologies, Earthscan, 63-86.

Conferences

Payne SR, Devine-Wright P, Irvine KN (2007). People's perceptions and classifications of sounds heard in urban parks: Semantics, affect and restoration.  Abstract.
Devine-Wright H, Leach M, Johnstone CM, Devine-Wright P (2005). Integrating multidisciplinary perspectives on demand side participation for future power systems.  Abstract.
Wall R, Devine-Wright P, Mill GA (2005). Psychological predictors in context: an empirical study of interactions between determinants of car use intentions.  Author URL.
Devine-Wright P (2004). Towards zero-carbon: Citizenship, responsibility and the public acceptability of sustainable energy technologies.  Abstract.
Devine-Wright P, McAlpine G, Batley-White S (2001). Wind turbines in the landscape: an evaluation of local community involvement and other considerations in UK wind farm development.  Author URL.

Reports

Devine-Wright P, Rydin Y, Guy S, Hunt L, Walker L, Watson J, Loughead J, Ince M (2009). Powering our Lives: Sustainable Energy Management and the Built Environment (2009). Final Project Report.  London. Government Office for Science. Author URL.

Publications by year



In Press

Batel SA, Devine-Wright P (In Press). (in press). A critical and empirical analysis of the national-local ‘gap’in public responses to large-scale energy infrastructures. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (In Press). Expanding the Role for Psychology in Addressing Environmental Challenges.  Full text.
Devine-Wright P, Bickerstaff K, Butler C (In Press). Living with low carbon technologies: an agenda for sharing and comparing qualitative energy research. Energy Policy Abstract.  Full text.
Devine-Wright P (In Press). Local perceptions of opportunities for engagement and procedural justice in electricity transmission grid projects in Norway and the UK.  Full text.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (In Press). Making electricity networks ‘visible’: industry actor constructions of ‘publics’ and public engagement in infrastructure planning. Public Understanding of Science Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Goedkoop F, Devine-Wright P (In Press). Partnership or placation? the role of Trust and Justice in the Shared Ownership of Renewable Energy Projects. Energy Research & Social Science. Abstract.  Full text.
Devine-Wright P (In Press). Psychological Research and Global Climate Change. Nature Climate Change Full text.
Bruegger A, Dessai S, Devine-Wright P, Morton TA, Pidgeon N (In Press). Psychological responses to the proximity of climate change. Nature Climate Change Full text.
Batel SA, Devine-Wright P (In Press). Towards a better understanding of people's responses to renewable energy technologies: Insights from Social Representations Theory. Public Understanding of Science Abstract.

2016

Batel S, Castro P, Devine-Wright P, Howarth C (2016). Developing a critical agenda to understand pro-environmental actions: contributions from Social Representations and Social Practices Theories. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 7(6), 932-932. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P (2016). Energy Colonialism and the Role of the Global in Local Responses to New Energy Infrastructures in the UK: a Critical and Exploratory Empirical Analysis. Antipode, 49(1), 3-22. DOI.
Bailey E, Devine-Wright P, Batel S (2016). Using a narrative approach to understand place attachments and responses to power line proposals: the importance of life-place trajectories. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 200-211. 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.
Devine-Wright P (2015). Local attachments and identities. Progress in Human Geography, 39(4), 527-530. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Price J, Leviston Z (2015). My country or my planet? Exploring the influence of multiple place attachments and ideological beliefs upon climate change attitudes and opinions. Global Environmental Change, 30, 68-79. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Walker I, Leviston Z, Price J, Devine-Wright P (2015). Responses to a worsening environment: relative deprivation mediates between place attachments and behaviour. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 45(7), 833-846. Author URL. DOI.
Rydin Y, Guy S, Goodier C, Chmutina K, Devine-Wright P, Wiersma B (2015). The financial entanglements of local energy projects. Geoforum, 59, 1-11. Abstract. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P, Wold L, Egeland H, Jacobsen G, Aas O (2015). The role of (de-)essentialisation within siting conflicts: an interdisciplinary approach. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 44, 149-159. DOI.

2014

Wrapson W, Devine-Wright P (2014). 'Domesticating' low carbon thermal technologies: Diversity, multiplicity and variability in older person, off grid households. Energy Policy, 67, 807-817. Abstract. DOI.
Chmutina K, Wiersma B, Goodier CI, Devine-Wright P (2014). Concern or compliance? Drivers of urban decentralised energy initiatives. Sustainable Cities and Society, 10, 122-129. Abstract. DOI.
Wiersma B, Devine-Wright P (2014). Decentralising energy: comparing the drivers and influencers of projects led by public, private, community and third sector actors. Contemporary Social Science, 9(4), 456-470. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Wrapson W, Henshaw V, Guy S (2014). Low carbon heating and older adults: Comfort, cosiness and glow. Building Research and Information, 42(3), 288-299. Abstract. DOI.
Aas Ø, Devine-Wright P, Tangeland T, Batel S, Ruud A (2014). Public beliefs about high-voltage powerlines in Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom: a comparative survey. Energy Research and Social Science, 2, 30-37. Abstract. DOI.
Wiersma B, Devine-Wright P (2014). Public engagement with offshore renewable energy: a critical review. WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-CLIMATE CHANGE, 5(4), 493-507. Author URL. DOI.

2013

Devine-Wright P (2013). Dynamics of place attachment in a climate changed world. In  (Ed) Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Applications, 165-177. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Batel S (2013). Explaining public preferences for high voltage power lines: an empirical study of perceived fit in a rural landscape. Land Use Policy, 31, 640-649. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Batel S (2013). Explaining public preferences for high voltage pylon designs: an empirical study of perceived fit in a rural landscape. Land Use Policy, 31, 640-649. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Explaining ‘NIMBY’ objections to a power line: the role of personal, place attachment and project-related factors. Environment and Behavior, 45, 761-781.
Devine-Wright P, Wiersma B (2013). Opening up the "local" to analysis: Exploring the spatiality of UK urban decentralised energy initiatives. Local Environment, 18(10), 1099-1116. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Place attachment and the social acceptance or renewable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Psychological Approaches to Sustainability: Current Trends in Theory, Research and Applications, 337-359.  Abstract.
Sherry-Brennan F, Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H (2013). Public engagement with wind-hydrogen technology: a comparative study. In  (Ed) Renewable Energy and the Public: from NIMBY to Participation, 261-274. DOI.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (2013). Putting pylons into place: a UK case study of public perspectives on the impacts of high voltage overhead transmission lines. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56(8), 1225-1245. Abstract. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P, Tangeland T (2013). Social acceptance of low carbon energy and associated infrastructures: a critical discussion. Energy Policy, 58, 1-5. Abstract. DOI.
Batel S, Devine-Wright P, Tangeland T (2013). Social acceptance of low carbon energy and associated infrastructures: a critical discussion. Energy Policy, 58, 1-5. Abstract. DOI.
Hall N, Ashworth P, Devine-Wright P (2013). Societal acceptance of wind farms: Analysis of four common themes across Australian case studies. Energy Policy, 58, 200-208. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Think global, act local? the relevance of place attachments and place identities in a climate changed world. Global Environmental Change, 23, 61-69. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2013). Understanding NIMBYism. International Water Power and Dam Construction, 65(5), 38-40. Abstract.
Irvine KN, Warber SL, Devine-Wright P, Gaston KJ (2013). Understanding Urban Green Space as a Health Resource: a Qualitative Comparison of Visit Motivation and Derived Effects among Park Users in Sheffield, UK. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 10(1), 417-442. Author URL. DOI.
Bailey E, Devine-Wright P (2013). Varieties of people-place relations and place change: UK electricity transmission grid development. ESTUDIOS DE PSICOLOGIA, 34(3), 335-338. Author URL. DOI.

2012

Watson J, Devine-Wright P (2012). Centralization, decentralization and the scales in between: What role might they play in the uk energy system?. In  (Ed) The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads, 280-297.  Abstract. DOI.
Torriti J, Leach M, Devine-Wright P (2012). Demand-side participation: Price constraints, technical limits and behavioural risks. In  (Ed) The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads, 88-105.  Abstract. DOI.
Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (2012). Making electricity networks ‘visible’: industry actor constructions of ‘publics’ and public engagement in infrastructure planning. Public Understanding of Science, 21, 17-35.
Barr S, Devine-Wright P (2012). Resilient Communities: sustainabilities in transition. Local Environment, 17, 525-532.
Buijs A, Hovardas T, Figari H, Castro P, Devine-Wright P, Fischer A, Mouro C, Selge S (2012). Understanding People's Ideas on Natural Resource Management: Research on Social Representations of Nature. Society and Natural Resources, 25(11), 1167-1181. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Cotton M, Devine-Wright P (2011). Discourses of energy infrastructure development: a Q-method study of electricity transmission line siting in the UK. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 43(4), 942-960. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2011). Enhancing local distinctiveness fosters public acceptance of tidal energy: a UK case study. Energy Policy(39), 83-93. Abstract.  Author URL.
Devine-Wright P (2011). From backyards to places: Public engagement and the emplacement of renewable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Renewable Energy and the Public: from NIMBY to Participation, London: Earthscan, 57-70.
Devine-Wright P (2011). Place attachment and public acceptance of renewable energy: a tidal energy case study. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31, 336-343. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2011). Public engagement with large-scale renewable energy technologies: breaking the cycle of NIMBYism. WIRES CLIM CHANGE, 2(1), 19-26. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (eds)(2011). Renewable Energy and the Public: from Nimby to Participation. London, UK, Earthscan. Abstract.  Author URL.

2010

Rydin Y, Devine-Wright P, Goodier C, Guy S, Hunt L, Watson J (2010). Briefing: Challenging lock-in through urban energy systems. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Urban Design and Planning, 163(4), 149-151. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Heath Y (2010). Disruption to place attachment and the protection of restorative environments: a wind energy case study. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30 Abstract. DOI.
Cass N, Walker G, Devine-Wright P (2010). Good Neighbours, Public Relations and Bribes: the Politics and Perceptions of Community Benefit Provision in Renewable Energy Development in the UK. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & PLANNING, 12(3), 255-275. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Clayton S (2010). Introduction to the special issue: Place, identity and environmental behaviour. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 30(3), 267-270. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2010). Place attachment and the social acceptance of renewable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Psychological Approaches to Sustainability: Current Trends in Theory, Research and Applications, 337-360.  Abstract.
Sherry-Brennan F, Devine-Wright H, Devine-Wright P (2010). Public Understanding of Hydrogen: a theoretical approach. Energy Policy(38), 5311-5319. Abstract.
Walker G, Devine-Wright P, Hunter S, High H, Evans B (2010). Trust and community: exploring the meanings, contexts and dynamics of community renewable energy. Energy Policy, 2655-2663. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H, Brennan FS (2010). Visible technologies, invisible organizations: an empirical study of public beliefs about electricity supply networks. Energy Policy, 4127-4134. Abstract. DOI.

2009

Devine-Wright P, Sutton J (2009). An energetic approach. PSYCHOLOGIST, 22(2), 116-117. Author URL.
Agyeman J, Devine-Wright P, Prange J (2009). Close to the edge, down by the river? Joining up managed retreat and place attachment in a climate changed world. ENVIRON PLANN A, 41(3), 509-513. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, Irvine K, Payne S, Fuller R, Painter B, Gaston K (2009). Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary,empirical study. Local Environment, 14(2), 155-172. Abstract.
Devine-Wright P, Rydin Y, Guy S, Hunt L, Walker L, Watson J, Loughead J, Ince M (2009). Powering our Lives: Sustainable Energy Management and the Built Environment (2009). Final Project Report.  London. Government Office for Science. Author URL.
Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H (2009). Public engagement with community-based energy service provision: an exploratory case study. Energy and Environment, 20(3), 303-317. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2009). Rethinking NIMBYism: the Role of Place Attachment and Place Identity in Explaining Place-protective Action. J COMMUNITY APPL SOC, 19(6), 426-441. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright H, Devine-Wright P (2009). Social representations of electricity network technologies: exploring processes of anchoring and objectification through the use of visual research methods. Br J Soc Psychol, 48(Pt 2), 357-373. Abstract. DOI.

2008

Walker G, Devine-Wright P (2008). Community renewable energy: What should it mean?. ENERGY POLICY, 36(2), 497-500. Author URL. DOI.
Wall R, Devine-Wright P, Mill GA (2008). Interactions between perceived behavioral control and personal-normative motives - Qualitative and quantitative evidence from a study of commuting-mode choice. JOURNAL OF MIXED METHODS RESEARCH, 2(1), 63-86. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2008). Reconsidering public acceptance of renewable energy technologies: a critical review. In Grubb M, Jamasb T, Pollitt M (Eds.) Delivering a Low Carbon Electricity System: Technologies, Economics and Policy, Cambridge University Press, 443-461.

2007

Wall R, Devine-Wright P, Mill GA (2007). Comparing and combining theories to explain proenvironmental intentions - the case of commuting-mode choice. ENVIRONMENT AND BEHAVIOR, 39(6), 731-753. Author URL. DOI.
Devine-Wright P (2007). Energy citizenship: psychological aspects of evolution in sustainable energy technologies. In  (Ed) Framing the Present, Shaping the Future: Contemporary Governance of Sustainable Technologies, Earthscan, 63-86.
Walker G, Hunter S, Devine-Wright P, Evans B, Fay H (2007). Harnessing community energies: Explaining and evaluating community-based localism in renewable energy policy in the UK. GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS, 7(2), 64-+. Author URL. DOI.
Payne SR, Devine-Wright P, Irvine KN (2007). People's perceptions and classifications of sounds heard in urban parks: Semantics, affect and restoration.  Abstract.
Fuller RA, Irvine KN, Devine-Wright P, Warren PH, Gaston KJ (2007). Psychological benefits of greenspace increase with biodiversity. Biol Lett, 3(4), 390-394. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2006

Devine-Wright P, Devine-Wright H (2006). Social representations of intermittency and the shaping of public support for wind energy in the UK. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 25(3-4), 243-256. Abstract.

2005

Devine-Wright P (2005). Beyond NIMBYism: Towards an integrated framework for understanding public perceptions of wind energy. Wind Energy, 8(2), 125-139. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright H, Leach M, Johnstone CM, Devine-Wright P (2005). Integrating multidisciplinary perspectives on demand side participation for future power systems.  Abstract.
Devine-Wright P (2005). Local aspects of UK renewable energy development: Exploring public beliefs and policy implications. Local Environment, 10(1), 57-69. Abstract. DOI.
Wall R, Devine-Wright P, Mill GA (2005). Psychological predictors in context: an empirical study of interactions between determinants of car use intentions.  Author URL.

2004

Devine-Wright P (2004). Towards zero-carbon: Citizenship, responsibility and the public acceptability of sustainable energy technologies.  Abstract.

2002

Devine-Wright P (2002). A sociology of energy, buildings and the environment: constructing knowledge, designing practice. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 22(4), 415-417. Author URL. DOI.

2001

Devine-Wright P (2001). Identity, memory and the social status of groups in Northern Ireland: Relating processes of social remembering with beliefs about the structure of society. Irish Journal of Psychology, 22(2), 1-21. Abstract.
Devine-Wright P, Fleming PD, Chadwick H (2001). Role of social capital in advancing regional sustainable development. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 19(2), 161-167. Abstract. DOI.
Devine-Wright P, McAlpine G, Batley-White S (2001). Wind turbines in the landscape: an evaluation of local community involvement and other considerations in UK wind farm development.  Author URL.

1997

Devine-Wright P, Lyons E (1997). Remembering pasts and representing places: the construction of national identities in Ireland. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 17(1), 33-45. Abstract.