Rob Bellamy
Rob Bellamy
Department of Geography, University of Manchester
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A review of climate geoengineering appraisals
R Bellamy, J Chilvers, NE Vaughan, TM Lenton
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 3 (6), 597-615, 2012
1302012
‘Opening up’ geoengineering appraisal: Multi-Criteria Mapping of options for tackling climate change
R Bellamy, J Chilvers, NE Vaughan, TM Lenton
Global Environmental Change 23 (5), 926-937, 2013
1032013
Deliberative Mapping of options for tackling climate change: Citizens and specialists ‘open up’ appraisal of geoengineering
R Bellamy, J Chilvers, NE Vaughan
Public Understanding of Science, 0963662514548628, 2014
782014
Beyond the tipping point: Understanding perceptions of abrupt climate change and their implications
R Bellamy, M Hulme
Weather, Climate, and Society 3 (1), 48-60, 2011
782011
Crafting a public for geoengineering
R Bellamy, J Lezaun
Public Understanding of Science, 0963662515600965, 2015
722015
Public perceptions of geoengineering research governance: An experimental deliberative approach
R Bellamy, J Lezaun, J Palmer
Global Environmental Change 45, 194-202, 2017
502017
A sociotechnical framework for governing climate engineering
R Bellamy
Science, Technology & Human Values, 0162243915591855, 2015
472015
Why setting a climate deadline is dangerous
S Asayama, R Bellamy, O Geden, W Pearce, M Hulme
Nature Climate Change 9 (8), 570-572, 2019
442019
Perceptions of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage in different policy scenarios
R Bellamy, J Lezaun, J Palmer
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-9, 2019
372019
Incentivize negative emissions responsibly
R Bellamy
Nature Energy 3 (7), 532-534, 2018
362018
Govern CO 2 removal from the ground up
R Bellamy, O Geden
Nature Geoscience 12 (11), 874-876, 2019
322019
‘Slippery slope’ or ‘uphill struggle’? Broadening out expert scenarios of climate engineering research and development
R Bellamy, P Healey
Environmental Science & Policy 83, 1-10, 2018
312018
Natural variability or climate change? Stakeholder and citizen perceptions of extreme event attribution
S Osaka, R Bellamy
Global Environmental Change 62, 102070, 2020
222020
Appraising geoengineering
R Bellamy, J Chilvers, NE Vaughan, TM Lenton
Tyndall Centre Working Paper 153, 2012
152012
Framing geoengineering assessments
R Bellamy
Geoengineering our Climate?, 75-79, 2018
132018
Unnatural climate solutions?
R Bellamy, S Osaka
Nature Climate Change 10 (2), 98-99, 2020
112020
Mapping multi-level policy incentives for bioenergy with carbon capture and storage in Sweden
M Fridahl, R Bellamy, A Hansson, S Haikola
Frontiers in Climate 2, 25, 2020
102020
Incentivising bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) responsibly: Comparing stakeholder policy preferences in the United Kingdom and Sweden
R Bellamy, M Fridahl, J Lezaun, J Palmer, E Rodriguez, A Lefvert, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 116, 47-55, 2021
92021
A review of deliberative public engagements with climate geoengineering
R Bellamy, J Lezaun
Climate Geoengineering Governance Project Working Paper 19, 2015
92015
Safety first! Framing and governing climate geoengineering experimentation
R Bellamy
Climate Geoengineering Governance Project Working Paper 14, 2014
82014
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