Claire Hoolohan
Claire Hoolohan
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
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The relative greenhouse gas impacts of realistic dietary choices
M Berners-Lee, C Hoolohan, H Cammack, CN Hewitt
Energy policy 43, 184-190, 2012
Mitigating the greenhouse gas emissions embodied in food through realistic consumer choices
C Hoolohan, M Berners-Lee, J McKinstry-West, CN Hewitt
Energy Policy 63, 1065-1074, 2013
A nexus perspective on competing land demands: Wider lessons from a UK policy case study
M Sharmina, C Hoolohan, A Bows-Larkin, PJ Burgess, J Colwill, P Gilbert, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 59, 74-84, 2016
Engaging stakeholders in research to address water–energy–food (WEF) nexus challenges
C Hoolohan, A Larkin, C McLachlan, R Falconer, I Soutar, J Suckling, ...
Sustainability science 13 (5), 1415-1426, 2018
Reframing Water Efficiency: Determining Collective Approaches to Change Water Use in the Home
C Hoolohan, L Browne, Alison
British Journal of Environment and Climate Change 6 (3), 2016
Trends and drivers of end-use energy demand and the implications for managing energy in food supply chains: Synthesising insights from the social sciences
SM Claire Hoolohan, Carly McLachlan
Sustainable Production and Consumption 8, 1-17, 2016
‘Aha’moments in the water-energy-food nexus: A new morphological scenario method to accelerate sustainable transformation
C Hoolohan, C McLachlan, A Larkin
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 148, 119712, 2019
Stepping‐up innovations in the water–energy–food nexus: A case study of anaerobic digestion in the UK
C Hoolohan, I Soutar, J Suckling, A Druckman, A Larkin, C McLachlan
The Geographical Journal 185 (4), 391-405, 2019
Challenges and opportunities for re-framing resource use policy with practice theories: The change points approach
M Watson, A Browne, D Evans, M Foden, C Hoolohan, L Sharp
Global Environmental Change 62, 102072, 2020
Design thinking for practice-based intervention: Co-producing the change points toolkit to unlock (un) sustainable practices
C Hoolohan, AL Browne
Design Studies 67, 102-132, 2020
Reimagining Spaces of Innovation for Water Efficiency and Demand Management: An Exploration of Professional Practices in the English Water Sector.
C Hoolohan, AL Browne
Water Alternatives 11 (3), 2018
Transforming knowledge systems for life on Earth: Visions of future systems and how to get there
I Fazey, N Schäpke, G Caniglia, A Hodgson, I Kendrick, C Lyon, G Page, ...
Energy research & social science 70, 101724, 2020
Reframing water efficiency: Towards interventions that reconfigure the shared and collective aspects of everyday water use
C Hoolohan
University of Manchester, 2017
Food related routines and energy policy: A focus group study examining potential for change in the United Kingdom
C Hoolohan, C McLachlan, S Mander
Energy Research & Social Science 39, 93-102, 2018
Encountering water: sensitivities and practices for moving beyond “big water” interventions
C Hoolohan, AL Browne
Water, creativity and meaning, Abingdon, Routledge, 204-18, 2018
Innovative behaviour change strategies for water efficiency in the UK
C Hoolohan
Water Efficiency Network proceedings, 2015
“Unflushables”: Establishing a global agenda for action on everyday practices associated with sewer blockages, water quality, and plastic pollution
C Alda‐Vidal, AL Browne, C Hoolohan
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (4), e1452, 2020
Sustainable Food in Manchester Final Report
M Berners-Lee, G Harrison, M Parkin, C Hoolohan, J McKinstry-West, ...
Lancaster: Small World Consulting, 2013
Embracing context and complexity to address environmental challenges in the water-energy-food nexus
A Larkin, C Hoolohan, C McLachlan
Futures 123, 102612, 2020
Stepping up. What will it take to accelerate a step-change in sustainability for water, energy and food?: EPSRC funded project EP/N00583X/1 final report
A Larkin, M Abdel-Aal, A Druckman, R Falconer, PJ Forbes, C Hoolohan, ...
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