Below is a list of key outputs. Should you have any difficulty accessing any of these online, please get in touch with me (l.j.mabon [at] rgu.ac.uk) and I will happily arrange for you to have access to a copy of the article or presentation. I don’t bite, and will more than likely furnish you with some additional contextual information about the paper when I email it to you!
Peer-reviewed journal articles
14. Shih, W-Y and Mabon L, (in press) ‘Land use planning as a tool for balancing the scientific and the social in biodiversity and ecosystem services mainstreaming? The case of Durban, South Africa’ Journal of Environmental Planning and Management DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2017.1394277;
13. Mabon, L, Kita, J and Xue Z (2017) ‘Challenges for social impact assessment in coastal regions: a case study of the Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project’ Marine Policy 83: 243-251;
12. Mabon, L and Kawabe, M (2017) ‘Making sense of post-disaster Fukushima fisheries: a scalar approach’ Environmental Science and Policy 75: 173-183;
11. Mabon, L (2016) ‘Charting Disaster Recovery via Google Street View: A Social Science Perspective on Challenges Raised by the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster’ International Journal of Disaster Risk Science DOI: 10.1007/s13753-016-0087-4 ;
10. Mabon, L and Kawabe, M (2016) ‘Engagement on risk and uncertainty – lessons from coastal regions of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan after the 2011 nuclear disaster?’ Journal of Risk Research DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2016.1200658 ;
9. Mabon, L and Littlecott, C (2016) ‘Stakeholder and public perceptions of CO2-EOR in the context of CCS – results from UK focus groups and implications for policy’ International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 49: 128-137;
8. Mabon, L and Kawabe, M (2015) ‘Fisheries in Iwaki after the Fukushima Dai’ichi nuclear accident: lessons for coastal management under conditions of high uncertainty?’ Coastal Management 43 (5): 498-518;
7. Mabon, L, Shackley, S, Blackford, J, Stahl, H and Miller, A (2015) ‘Local perceptions of the QICS experimental offshore CO2 release: results from social science research’ International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 38: 18-25;
6. Kaiser, M, Brunsting, S, Mastop, J, Zimmer, R, Shackley, S, Mabon, L, and Howell, R (2015) ‘CCS acceptability: social site characterization and advancing awareness at prospective storage sites in Poland and Scotland’ Oil and Gas Science and Technology 70 (4): 767-784;
5. Mabon, L, Shackley, S, Vercelli, S, Anderlucci, J, and Boot, K (2015) ‘Deliberative decarbonisation? Exploring a framework of ethical governance for low-carbon energy’ Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33 (2): 256-271;
4. Mabon, L, and Shackley, S (2015) ‘More than meeting the targets? The ethical dimensions of carbon dioxide capture and storage’ Environmental Values 24: 465-482;
3. Howell, R, Shackley, S, Mabon, L, Ashworth, P, and Jeanneret, T (2014) ‘Engaging the public with low-carbon energy technologies: results from a Scottish large group process’ Energy Policy 66: 496-506;
2. Mabon, L, Shackley, S, and Bower-Bir, N (2014) ‘Perceptions of sub-seabed carbon dioxide storage in Scotland and implications for policy: A qualitative study’ Marine Policy 45: 9-15;
1. Mabon, L (2012) ‘Values, places and bodies: opportunities for forging a deeper understanding of public perceptions of CCS?’ Energy and Environment 23 (2-3): 329-343.
Selected contributions to edited collections/proceedings/working papers
Mabon L and Shih W-Y (forthcoming) Getting Buy-in for Climate Change Adaptation through Urban Planning: Climate Change Communication as a Two-way Process. In: Leal W, Azeiteiro U, Manolas E, and Azul A.M (eds) Handbook of Climate Change Communication Springer: New York.
Mabon, L, and Kawabe, M (2017) ‘‘If over a hundred Becquerels is no good, then what does fifty Becquerels mean?’ Governing fisheries and marine radiation in Japan after the Fukushima nuclear accident’ in Baghel, R, Stepan, L, and Hill, J (eds) EWater, Knowledge and the Environment in Asia: Epistemologies, Practices and Locales Earthscan: London;
Mabon, L (2016) ‘Responsible risk-taking, or – how might CSR be responsive to the nature of contemporary risks? Reflections on sub-seabed carbon dioxide storage in Scotland and marine radioactive contamination in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan’ in Vertigans, S and Idowu, S (eds) Corporate Social Responsibility: Academic Insights and Impacts Springer: New York pp205-222;
Mabon, L (2015) ‘Radioactivity and the city – what might Iwaki in Japan tell us about life under major environmental change?’ in Condie J and A-M Cooper (eds) Dialogues of Sustainable Urbanisation University of West Sydney: Pentrith, NSW pp278-281.
Mabon, L (2014) ‘Respect for nature at 200 km/h? Exploring the role of lifestyle mobilities in environmental responsibility’ in Duncan T, S Cohen and M Thulemark (eds) Lifestyle Mobilities and Corporealities Ashgate: Farnham pp239-252;
Mabon, L and Shackley, S (2013) ‘Sweeping it under the carpet? The ethical dimensions of carbon capture and storage’ in International Social Science Council/UNESCO (ed) World Social Science Report 2013 ISSC/UNESCO/OECD: Paris pp 396-400;
Mabon, L (2011) ‘Pragmatism, powersliding and participation: linking environmental ethics theory with practice’ in Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy (ed) Applied Ethics: Old Wine in New Bottles Hokkaido University: Sapporo pp 122-137.
Speaker and panellist, CCS session, Innovation for Cool Earth Forum, Tokyo, 4-5 October 2017;
‘Working across and between disciplines in marine and coastal research: thoughts from the field’ Invited speaker at MEOPAR Interdisciplinary Research Forum, Ottawa, Canada, 28 September 2016;
‘Social and economic risks associated with marine resource development: the case of Scotland’ Invited speaker at SIP Environmental and Social Impact Assessment International Workshop, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, 1 March 2016;
‘Where are we going, and how are we going to get there? Understanding the socio-political context of our future energy systems’ Invited speaker at I2CNER Seminar Series, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, 16 December 2015;
”If a hundred Becquerels is dangerous then what does fifty Becquerels mean?’ Understanding water and risk in Japan after the Fukushima nuclear accident’ Epistemologies of Water Workshop, Cluster of Excellence: Asia and Europe in a Global Context, University of Heidelberg, Germany, 14-15 December 2014;
‘CCS in Scotland’ Chaire Captage, Transport et Stockage du CO2 International Seminar, Paris, France, 3-5 December 2014;
‘Social site characterisation: the experience of the SiteChar project in Europe’ IEAGHG 4th Social Research Network Meeting, University of Calgary, Canada, 14-15 January 2014;
‘The role of societal concerns in the implementation of CCS’ ECO2 Project Briefing, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium, 26 November 2013;
‘Learning from experiments and (potential) demonstrations: Public perceptions of CO2 geological storage in Scotland’ Invited speaker at CO2GeoNet Open Forum, Venice, 9-11 April 2013;
‘People with feelings, rocks with rights? A thorough ethical consideration of carbon dioxide capture and storage’ Seventh International Conference on Applied Ethics, Sapporo, Japan, 26-28 October 2012;
‘The earth’s not meant to have all that CO2 stuffed into it!’ On the ethical dimensions of engaging publics on CCS’ EGAIS Workshop on the Ethical Governance of Emerging Technologies, Namur, Belgium, 12-13 February 2012;
‘Environmental ethics, values and CCS’ Invited speaker at Public Participation and the Governance of CCS: InCluESEV International Workshop, London, UK, 31 October – 1 November 2011.