Talks

Cassar, E.

Cassar, E. (2018). “Can disruptive innovations help stimulate end-user demand for a low-carbon transition.” Transport Research Arena (TRA) Conference. Vienna, Austria. April 17-20, 2018.

Cassar, E. (2019). “Which factors determine the adoption of a new mobility system among young adults?” NEST Conference: Transitions to Where? Lisbon, Portugal. 5 April 2019.

Cassar, E. (2020). “Preference for Mobility as a Service using a stated choice experiment.” Behaviour, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) Conference. online. 7-10 December 2020.

Kerr, L.

Kerr, L. (2019). “Who shares and why? Assessing the diffusion potential of peer-to-peer mobility innovations.” 4th NEST Conference: Transitions to Where? Lisbon, Portugal. 4-5 April 2019.

Kerr, L. (2019). “Who shares and why? Assessing the potential for P2P mobility innovations to reduce CO2 emissions.” 6th International Workshop on the Sharing Economy. Utrecht, the Netherlands. 28-30 June 2019.

Kerr, L. (2020). “Who shares and why? Assessing the diffusion potential of peer-to-peer mobility innovations.” NEST Conference. online. 7 May 2020.

Kerr, L. (2021). “Who shares and why? Assessing the role of trust in the adoption of P2P mobility innovations.” International Workshop on the Sharing Economy. online. 24 February 2021.

Pettifor, H.

Pettifor, H. (2018). “The attributes of low carbon innovations?” Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University. Cambridge, UK. December 2018.

Pettifor, H. (2019). “The appealing attributes of low carbon innovations.” International Conference in Environmental Psychology. Plymouth, UK. 4-6 September 2019.

Vrain, E.

Vrain, E. (2019). “Ever talked about Smart Homes, Car Sharing or Digital Farmers Markets?” 3MT Researcher Summit, University of East Anglia. Norwich, UK. January 2019.

Vrain, E. (2019). “Influence sociale et innovations ‘disruptive’ à faibles émissions de carbone.” Université Toulouse-Jean Jaurès. Toulouse, France. February 2019.

Vrain, E. (2019) “Who’s influencing who? Communication on Smart Homes, Car Sharing and Digital Farmers Markets.” Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia. Norwich, UK. March 2019.

Vrain, E. (2019). “Ever talked about smart homes, car sharing platforms or digital farmers markets?” 4th European Conference on Social Networks. Zurich, Switzerland. September 2019.

Vrain, E., E. Cassar, H. Pettifor, C. Wilson & M. Wilson (2019). “Shifting Mindsets.” Norwich Science Festival. The Forum, Norwich, UK. October 2019.

Vrain, E. (2020). “Crossing the chasm for low carbon innovations: Smart home case study.” Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). online. 13-17 July 2020.

Vrain, E. (2020) “Social influence in the adoption of low carbon digital innovations.” Behaviour, Energy and Climate Change Conference (BECC). online. 7-10 December 2020.

Vrain, E. (2021) “Social influence in the adoption of digital consumer innovations for climate change.” BEHAVE: 6th European Conference on Energy Efficiency and Behaviour Change. online. 21-23 April 2021.

Wilson, C.

Wilson, C. (2016). “Disruptive low-carbon innovations.” Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford. Oxford, UK. December 2016.

Wilson, C. (2017). “Disruptive low-carbon innovations.” ESRC Seminar Series on Green Innovation, Open University. Milton Keynes, UK. January 2017.

Wilson, C. (2017). “Disruptive low-carbon innovations.” Tyndall Centre, University of East Anglia. Norwich, UK. February 2017.

Wilson, C. (2017). “Thinking differently to limit warming to 1.5°C.” Climate Lab, University College Cork. Cork, Ireland. May 2017.

Wilson, C. (2017). “Disruptive low-carbon innovations.” European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Summer Study. Hyeres, France. June 2017.

Wilson, C. (2018). “The consumer appeal of low-carbon innovation.” Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex. Brighton, UK. January 2018.

Wilson, C. (2018). “From diffusion of innovation to system transformation.” International Sustainability Transitions (IST) 2018 Conference. Manchester, UK. June 2018.

Wilson, C. (2018). “The transformative potential of consumer innovations for 1.5°C climate stabilisation.” David Suzuki Foundation. Vancouver, Canada. August 2018.

Wilson, C. (2018). “A low energy demand scenario for meeting the 1.5°C climate target.” University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada. September 2018.

Wilson, C. (2018). “Transformative potential of disruptive consumer innovations.” RITE expert workshop on Rethinking Energy Demand. Nara, Japan. September 2018.

Wilson, C. (2018). “Transforming energy demand to meet the 1.5°C target and Sustainable Development Goals without relying on negative emission technologies.” International Energy Agency. Paris, France. November 2018.

Wilson, C. (2018). “Transforming energy demand to limit global warming to 1.5°C.” Central European University. Budapest, Hungary. December 2018.

Wilson, C. (2019). “Transforming energy services to limit warming to 1.5°C.” Energy Transitions Conference. Trondheim, Norway. March 2019.

Wilson, C. (2019). “Near-term actions for transforming energy-service efficiency to limit global warming to 1.5°C.” European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Summer Study on Buildings. Hyeres, France. 3-8 June 2019.

Wilson, C. (2019). “Should public policy support disruptive innovation for climate change?” Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) International Conference. Barcelona, Spain. July 2019.

Wilson, C. (2020). “Digital and distributed technologies in clean energy transitions.” International Forum on Long-Term Energy Scenarios for the Clean Energy Transition. International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Clean Energy Ministerial Meeting. online. March 2020.

Wilson, C. (2020). “Social influence on the adoption of digital consumer innovations with potential climate benefits.” Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). online. 13-17 July 2020.

Wilson, C. (2020). “Distributed innovation strategies for a 1.5°C compatible future.” Net Zero Compatibility Initiative: Mission Innovation Clean Energy Ministerial. online. 21 September 2020.

Wilson, C. (2020). “How do new things spread? The diffusion of digital low-carbon innovations.” Oxford Energy Network. online. 3 November 2020.

Wilson, C. (2021). “Is a digital future also a low carbon future?” UEA London Live Public Lecture. online. 18 March 2021.

Wilson, C. (2021). “How do new things spread? The diffusion of digital low-carbon innovations.” Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. online. 5 May 2021.

Wilson, C. & M. Wilson (2019). “Can new consumer goods and services help tackle climate change?” Pint of Science. Norwich, UK. 21 May 2019.

Wilson, M.

Wilson, M. (2019). “Who uses food apps and why? An exploration of their disruptive potential.” Royal Geographical Society (RGS) Annual Conference 2019. London, UK. 28 Aug 2019.

Wilson, M. (2020). “The appeal of online food hubs… and how Open Food Network customers use them.” Open Food Network Annual Conference. Birmingham, UK. 4 March 2020.