Lucie Middlemiss
Lucie Middlemiss
Professor of Environment and Society, University of Leeds
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Building capacity for low-carbon communities: The role of grassroots initiatives
L Middlemiss, BD Parrish
Energy Policy 38 (12), 7559-7566, 2010
Fuel poverty from the bottom-up: Characterising household energy vulnerability through the lived experience of the fuel poor
L Middlemiss, R Gillard
Energy Research & Social Science 6, 146-154, 2015
Reframing individual responsibility for sustainable consumption: lessons from environmental justice and ecological citizenship
L Middlemiss
Environmental Values 19 (2), 147-167, 2010
Influencing individual sustainability: a review of the evidence on the role of community-based organisations
L Middlemiss
International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development 7 (1), 78-93, 2008
A critical analysis of the new politics of fuel poverty in England
L Middlemiss
Critical Social Policy 37 (3), 425-443, 2017
The effects of community-based action for sustainability on participants' lifestyles
L Middlemiss
Local Environment 16 (3), 265-280, 2011
Bottom-up, social innovation for addressing climate change
N Bergman, N Markusson, P Connor, L Middlemiss, M Ricci
Energy transitions in an interdependent world: what and where are the future†…, 2010
Energy poverty and social relations: A capabilities approach
L Middlemiss, P Ambrosio-AlbalŠ, N Emmel, R Gillard, J Gilbertson, ...
Energy research & social science 55, 227-235, 2019
Capturing the multifaceted nature of energy poverty: Lessons from Belgium
S Meyer, H Laurence, D Bart, L Middlemiss, K Marťchal
Energy research & social science 40, 273-283, 2018
A rethink of how policy and social science approach changing individuals' actions on greenhouse gas emissions
W Young, L Middlemiss
Energy Policy 41, 742-747, 2012
Individualised or participatory? Exploring late-modern identity and sustainable development
L Middlemiss
Environmental politics 23 (6), 929-946, 2014
Researching climate change and community in neoliberal contexts: an emerging critical approach
G Taylor Aiken, L Middlemiss, S Sallu, R Hauxwell‐Baldwin
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (4), e463, 2017
The power of community: how community-based organizations stimulate sustainable lifestyles among participants
L Middlemiss
Society & Natural Resources 24 (11), 1157-1173, 2011
The role of learning in sustainable communities of practice
S Bradbury, L Middlemiss
Local environment 20 (7), 796-810, 2015
Sustainable consumption: key issues
L Middlemiss
Routledge, 2018
The role of community-based organisations in stimulating sustainability practices among participants
LK Middlemiss
University of Leeds, 2009
“Youth is not a political position”: Exploring justice claims-making in the UN Climate Change Negotiations
H Thew, L Middlemiss, J Paavola
Global Environmental Change 61, 102036, 2020
A study of fuel poverty and low-carbon synergies in social housing
D Jenkins, L Middlemiss, R Pharoah
UKERC, 2011
The importance of social relations in shaping energy demand
T Hargreaves, L Middlemiss
Nature Energy 5 (3), 195-201, 2020
Politics, problematisation, and policy: A comparative analysis of energy poverty in England, Ireland and France
N Kerr, R Gillard, L Middlemiss
Energy and Buildings 194, 191-200, 2019
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