Dr Rob Bellamy

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Research Affiliate

Dr Rob Bellamy is Presidential Fellow in Environment in the Department of Geography at the University of Manchester. He joined Manchester in 2018 after five years as James Martin Fellow in the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society at the University of Oxford. His research focuses on the interactions between global environmental change and society, particularly in relation to climate change and energy. He has published widely on these topics in top ranked academic journals, including Nature Energy, Global Environmental Change and Environmental Science & Policy. He has also served as an advisor on climate change and energy issues to various government departments. Bellamy is committed to interdisciplinary research and draws on insights from across the natural and social sciences and the humanities.

 

Bellamy, R., Chilvers, J., Vaughan, N. and Lenton, T. (2013): ‘Opening up’ geoengineering appraisal: Multi-Criteria Mapping of options for tackling climate change. Global Environmental Change, 23, 926 – 937.

Bellamy, R., Chilvers, J., Vaughan, N. and Lenton, T. (2012): A review of climate geoengineering appraisals. WIREs Climate Change, 3, 597 – 615.

Bellamy, R. and Hulme, M. (2011): Beyond the tipping point: understanding perceptions of abrupt climate change and their implications. Weather, Climate and Society, 3, 48 – 60.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Bellamy, R. (2016): A sociotechnical framework for governing climate engineeringScience, Technology and Human Values41, 135 – 162.

Bellamy, R., Chilvers, J. and Vaughan, N. (2016): Deliberative Mapping of options for tackling climate change: citizens and specialists ‘open up’ appraisal of geoengineeringPublic Understanding of Science25, 269 – 286.

Bellamy, R. and Lezaun, J. (2015): Crafting a public for geoengineeringPublic Understanding of Science, 1 – 16, doi: 10.1177/0963662515600965.

Bellamy, R., Chilvers, J., Vaughan, N. and Lenton, T. (2013): ‘Opening up’ geoengineering appraisal: Multi-Criteria Mapping of options for tackling climate changeGlobal Environmental Change23, 926 – 937.

Bellamy, R., Chilvers, J., Vaughan, N. and Lenton, T. (2012): A review of climate geoengineering appraisalsWIREs Climate Change3, 597 – 615.

Bellamy, R. and Hulme, M. (2011): Beyond the tipping point: understanding perceptions of abrupt climate change and their implicationsWeather, Climate and Society3, 48 – 60.

Book chapters and reviews

Bellamy, R. (2017, in press): Framing geoengineering assessment. In: Blackstock, J. and Low, S. (Eds). Geoengineering our climate: ethics, politics and governance. Earthscan: London.

Bellamy, R. (2012): Horlick-Jones, T. et al. Review of The GM debate: risk, politics, and public engagementPublic Understanding of Science21, 902.

Theses, reports and working papers

Bellamy, R. and Healey, P. (2015): A report on the Climate Geoengineering Governance project scenarios workshop.

Bellamy, R., Palmer, J. and Lezaun, J. (2015): A report on the public engagement of the Climate Geoengineering Governance project.

Bellamy, R. (2014): Safety first! Framing and governing climate geoengineering experimentation. Climate Geoengineering Governance Working Paper 14.

Bellamy, R. (2013): ‘Opening up’ geoengineering appraisal: Deliberative Mapping of options for tackling climate change. PhD Thesis: University of East Anglia.

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