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Influencing Behaviours: A Technical Guide to the ISM tool
Occupations associated with COPD risk in the large population-based UK Biobank cohort study
- S. De Matteis, D. Jarvis, +5 authors P. Cullinan
- Occupational and Environmental Medicine
- 21 March 2016
Objectives Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Exposure to occupational hazards is an important preventable risk factor but the… Expand
Public attitudes, understanding, and engagement in relation to low-carbon energy. A selective review of academic and non-academic literatures : report for RCUK Energy Programme
Occupational exposure to asbestos and mortality among asbestos removal workers: a Poisson regression analysis
- G. Frost, A. Harding, A. Darnton, D. McElvenny, D. Morgan
- British Journal of Cancer
- 19 August 2008
The asbestos industry has shifted from manufacture to stripping/removal work. The aim of this study was to investigate early indications of mortality among removal workers. The study population… Expand
Occupational cancer in Britain
Terry Brown, Andy Darnton, Lea Fortunato and Lesley Rushton* with the British Occupational Cancer Burden Study Group Institute of Environment and Health, Cranf ield Health, Cranf ield University,… Expand
Motivations for Pro-Environmental Behaviours: a report to the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Public Attitudes to Environmental Change
Public Attitudes to Environmental Change: a selective review of theory and practice, A Research Synthesis for The Living Within Environmental Change Programme.
From the executive summary: This research synthesis summarises a selection of the notable academic and non-academic evidence relevant to public attitudes to environmental change in the UK. The aim is… Expand
Guilt: an effective motivator for pro-environmental behaviour change?
Sponsored by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as part of the Research Councils' Energy Programme, RESOLVE aims to unravel the complex links between lifestyles, values and the… Expand