Peer reviewed articles

Books & edited collections

Book chapters/sections

  • Howarth, C., Brooks, K (2019) Chapter 1: Defining nexus shocks. In Howarth (ed) Resilience to Climate Change: Communication, Collaboration and Co-production. Palgrave Pivot Series, pp1-22.
  • Howarth, C. (2019) Chapter 2: Exacerbating and mitigating nexus shocks. In Howarth (ed) Resilience to Climate Change: Communication, Collaboration and Co-production. Palgrave Pivot Series, pp23-46.
  • Howarth, C. (2019) Chapter 3: Opportunities and challenges emerging from nexus shocks. In Howarth (ed) Resilience to Climate Change: Communication, Collaboration and Co-production. Palgrave Pivot Series, pp47-64.
  • Howarth, C., Morse-Jones, S. (2019) Chapter 4: The importance of communication, collaboration and co-production. In Howarth (ed) Resilience to Climate Change: Communication, Collaboration and Co-production. Palgrave Pivot Series, pp65-86.
  • Howarth, C. (2019) Chapter 5: Looking ahead. In Howarth (ed) Resilience to Climate Change: Communication, Collaboration and Co-production. Palgrave Pivot Series, pp87-110.
  • Russell, A., Howarth, C. (2016) Similarities and differences in sources, tones and advocacy; In (Eds) Something old, something new: digital media and the coverage of climate change. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford.
  • Howarth, C. and Ryley, T. (2012), Chapter 10 A Behavioural Perspective on the Relationship Between Transport and Climate Change, in Ryley, T. and Chapman, L (ed.)Transport and Climate Change (Transport & Sustainability, Volume 2), Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, pp.261-286.

 Project reports

  • Howarth, C., Barry, J.,Dyson, J., Fankhauser, S., Gouldson, A., Lock, K., Owen, A., Robins, N. (2021) Trends in Local Climate Action in the UK. A report by the Place-Based Climate Action Network (PCAN). UK
  • De Meyer, K., Howarth, C., Jackson, A., Osborn, D., Rose, L., Rapley, C., Sharpe, S., and Welch, K. (2018) Developing Better Climate Mitigation Policies: Challenging current climate change risk assessment approaches. UCL Policy Commission on Communicating Climate Science; Report 2018-01.
  • Howarth, C. (2017) Informing societal responses to shocks to the energy-food-water nexus: The Nexus Shocks network. Report to the ESRC Nexus Network
  • Howarth, C. (2017) Nexus Network Fellowship: Nexus Shocks Summary of Findings. Nexus Network
  • Howarth, C. and Viner, D. (2015) Co-producing climate communication: incorporating practitioner knowledge in the IPCC Process. Report to CCCEP Climate Policy Innovation Fund
  • Viner, D., Rawlins, M., Allison, I., Howarth, C., Jones, A. (2015) Climate Change and business survival. The need for innovation in delivering climate resilience. Mott MacDonald report.
  • Howarth, C. (2013) How climate change communication can influence sustainable transformations in Society. JPI Climate Future Research Leaders Forum, 48-51.
  • Howarth, C. & Lyons, C. (2013) The University in addressing climate change: communicating climate change for impactful action. JPI Climate Future Research Leaders Forum, p30-32.
  • Howarth, C. (2013) Behaviour Change, Sustainability & ICT. Report for EU DG CNECT
  • Howarth, C. & Jones, A. (2013) Insights into issues and opportunities arising from building partnerships between community groups & energy providers. Report for DECC
  • Howarth, C. & Jones, A. (2013) Removing the hassle factor associated with loft insulation: evaluation of a behavioural trial. Report for DECC
  • Wilkins, M., Jones, A., Howarth, C. & van Ast, L. (2012) Credit FAQ: How water shortages in Eastern England could Increase costs for UK-based utilities. In Wilkins, M., Erlander, K., Climent-Soler, D. (Eds) Global Credit Portal Ratings Direct. Standard & Poor’s.

Blogs/Other publications