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Dietz, Thomas

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Thomas Dietz Publications

Selected Publications

Eugene A.Rosa and Thomas Dietz. 2012. "Human Drivers of National Greenhouse Gas Emissions." Nature Climate Change 2:581-586

Adam Douglas Henry and Thomas Dietz.  2012. “Understanding Environmental Cognition.” Organization & Environment 25:238-258.
 

Recent Publications

Thomas, Dietz, Jessica Bell, and Christian Leshko, 2014. "Population Growth." Pg. 1515-1521 in Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics, edited by D. M. Kaplan and P. B. Thompson. Heidelberg: Springer.

Thomas Dietz. 2013. "Bringing Values and Deliberation to Science Communication." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109(10): 14081-14087.

Thomas Dietz and Andrew Jorgenson (eds.) 2013. Structural Human Ecology: Risk, Energy and Sustainability. Pullman, Washington:  Washington State University Press.

Eugene A. Rosa and Thomas Dietz, Human Drivers of National Greenhouse-Gas Emissions, Nature Climate Change, 2012. (Abstract online link)

"Eugene A. Rosa, Thomas Dietz, Richard H. Moss, Scott Atran, and Susanne Moser. 2012 "Managing the Risks of Climate Change and Terrorisjm." Solutions (March/April):59-65. Read online.

Dietz, Thomas. “Sustainability—Globalization, institutions and structural human ecology”  Plenary lecture to the 3rd German Environmental Sociology Summit, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, 17 November 2011.

Dietz, Thomas. “Driving the Human Ecological Footprint Towards Sustainability”  Invited public lecture in the series The Future of Life: How does and will Society Deal with Biodiversity and Climate Change Senckenberg Natural History Museum, Frankfurt, Germany, 17 November 2011.

Marquart-Pyatt, S., R. Shwom, T. Dietz, R. Dunlap, S. Kaplowitz, A. McCright, and S. Zahran. “Understanding Public Opinion on Climate Change: A Call for Research”. July/August 2011 at Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development.