2016 Publications

Journal Articles

Acuto, M., and Rayner, S. (2016) City networks: breaking gridlocks or forging (new) lock-ins? International Affairs, 92(5), 1147-1166.

Bellamy, R. (2016) A sociotechnical framework for governing climate engineering. Science, Technology and Human Values, 41: 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 geoengineering. Public Understanding of Science, 25, 269 – 286.

Strumińska-Kutra, M. (2016) Engaged scholarship: Steering between the risks of paternalism, opportunism, and paralysis. Organisation. DOI: 10.1177/1350508416631163.

Chapters in Books and Proceedings

Heyward, C., Rayner,S. and Savulescu, J. (2016) Early geoengineering governance: The Oxford Principles. In: D. Kaplan and J.B. Callicott (eds.) Technology and the environment., MIT Press: Cambridge MA.

Heyward, C. and Rayner, S. (2016) Apocalypse Nicked: Stolen Rhetoric in Geoengineering Advocacy. In: S. Crate and M. Nuttaall (eds.) Anthropology and Climate Change Second Edition, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.

Lezaun, J., Marres, N., and Tironi, M. (2016) Experiments in Participation. In The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, Cambridge: The MIT Press.


Benessia, A., Funtowicz, S., Giampietro, M., Guimarães Pereira, A., Ravetz, J., Saltelli, A., Strand, R., and van der Sluijs, J. (2016) The Rightful Place of Science: Science on the Verge, Published by The Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University.

Haines, S. (2016) An anthropological perspective on the role of scientific predictions for water resource decision-making. In N. Encalada, R. Cocom, S. Solis & G. Pinelo (Eds.), Research Reports in Belizean History and Anthropology, Volume 4 (Vol. 4, pp. 97-103). Belize: ISCR, NICH. ISBN: 978-978-8264-07-1

Hubert, A., Kruger, T., and Rayner, S. (2016) Geoengineering. Code of conduct for geoengineering. Nature, 537(7621), 488–488. DOI 10.1038/537488a.

Kruger, T., Geden, O., and Rayner, S (2016) Abandon hype in climate models. The Guardian [Online] Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/science/political-science/2016/apr/26/abandon-hype-in-climate-models [Accessed 2 May 2016]

Rayner, S. (2016) What might Evans Pritchard have made of two degrees? Anthropology Today, 32(4), 1-2.

Rayner, S. (2016) A Climate Movement at War: A War on Climate Can Be Neither Democratic Nor Effective. The Breakthrough [Online] Available at: http://thebreakthrough.org/issues/climate/a-climate-movement-at-war [Accessed 15 September 2016]