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Dr Christina Demski

Dr Christina Demski

Lecturer

Yr Ysgol Seicoleg

Email:
demskicc@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 6020
Location:
Adeilad y Tŵr, Plas y Parc, Caerdydd, CF10 3AT
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Daniel Thorman

Research student

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Andrea Mercado Guati Rojo

Research student

We generally launch research reports associated with our major projects at events aimed at stakeholders and the media. Here is some recent coverage:

Public perception of demand-side management

Our latest paper in Nature Climate Change on Public  Perceptions of Demand Side Management (DSM) received some great coverage, e.g.  articles in the Guardian, the New Scientist and The  Sunday Telegraph.

An interesting aspect of this analysis revealed that  people with affordability concerns about energy are less likely to accept  demand-side management measures, and this is partly explained by a lower  willingness to share their energy data. We will be following this up in our new  project examining public perceptions of energy costs and related issues (e.g.  fairness, trust).

Perceptions of Climate Change after the 2013/2014 Floods

We launched some of our latest survey findings at the Royal Society on 29th January  2015, which was well received by an audience of academics, policy makers and  NGOs and resulted in lively discussions.  

In association with the launch of this report we also received some  good press coverage - see for example the BBC, the Guardian and the Independent.

In this research we find that public belief in climate change has increased  since our last surveys and is at its highest in 10 years according to our  tracker questions.  Most people seem to be linking the extreme floods in  late 2013 and early 2014 to climate change and think that these are a sign  of things to come. To some extent, the 'psychological distance’ associated with  climate change seems to be reduced for those with direct flooding experience.  Those with flooding experiences see climate change as more personally relevant  compared to a national sample.