Publications

Latest

Andrews, N. (2019). An integrative methodology for investigating lived experience and the psychosocial factors influencing environmental cognition and behaviour. In: P. Hoggett (Ed.) Climate Psychology: On Indifference to Disaster. Palgrave Macmillan. pp.61-84. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-11741-2_4

Andrews, N. & Hoggett, P. (2019). Facing up to ecological crisis: a psychosocial perspective from climate psychology. In: J. Foster (Ed.) Facing up to climate reality: honesty, disaster and hope. Green House / London Publishing Partnership. pp.155-171. Download here

Academic papers

Andrews, N. (2018). How cognitive frames about nature may affect felt sense of nature connectednessEcopsychology Journal, 10(1), 61-71. DOI: 10.1089/eco.2017.0014 Download here

Andrews, N. (2017). Transformation, adaptation and universalism. Global Discourse, 7(1), 23-27. DOI 10.1080/23269995.2017.1300403 Download here

Andrews, N. (2017). Psychosocial factors influencing the experience of sustainability professionals. Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy, 8(4), 445-469. DOI 10.1108/SAMPJ-09-2015-0080  this paper won an award 🙂

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Book chapters

Andrews, N, Walker, S, & Fahy, K. (2016). Between intention and action: psychosocial factors influencing action on climate change in organisations. In W. L. Filho (ed.) Innovation in Climate Change Adaptation. Switzerland: Springer. pp.275-287. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-25814-0_19

Andrews, N. (2006). Key words for the 21st century: complexity, diversity, uncertainty, unpredictability. And anxiety. In: H. Maitland (ed.) Navigating difference: cultural diversity and audience development. London: Arts Council England. pp.62-70.

PhD thesis

Andrews, N. (2017). Psychosocial factors affecting enactment of pro-environmental values by individuals in their work to influence organisational practices. [phd thesis] View/download PhD thesis

Conference proceedings

Andrews, N., Fahy, K., & Walker, S. (2015). Between intention and action: psychosocial factors influencing pro-environmental decision-making in organisations. Paper presented at 31st EGOS Colloquium, Athens, Greece. Download paper

Evaluation reports

Andrews, N. (2008). Revealing Histories Remembering Slavery museums programme – evaluation report.

Andrews, N. (2002). 2002 Commonwealth Games cultural programme – evaluation report

Andrews, N. (2002). 2002 Commonwealth Games cultural programme evaluation – Executive Summary

Research reports

Andrews, N. (2012). Mapping competencies to values in the UK arts sector Lancaster University/Mission Models Money

Andrews, N. & Dods, R. (2010). Competencies for Thriving in the 21st century UK arts sector. Mission Models Money

Tristram, M. & Fairweather, I. & Andrews, N. (2008). A collaborative investigation into community experience of the culture of museums in NW England Renaissance North West

Andrews, N. (2007). Positive Sums – a study of inter-organisational cooperation in the UK arts sector. Clore Leadership Programme

Andrews, N. (2006). Diversity in UK cultural sector: action research project report Arts About Manchester

Media articles 

Andrews, N. (2016). Psychosocial and climate psychology research in IPCC reportsClimatepsychologyalliance.org.

Andrews, N. (2014). Trapped in techno-scientism: is this hindering Manchester becoming an eco-city? Ontheplatform.org 

Andrews, N. (2013). Nature: container, object, person, self? Valuesandframes.org

Other articles

Andrews, N. (2011). From values to actions, Arts Professional, 244, p8.

Andrews, N. (2010). The future ain’t what it used to be: a life-friendly approach to thriving Clore Leadership Programme/NESTA

Andrews, N. (2010). Planetary change. Arts Professional, 221, p10.

Andrews, N. (2007). Sustainable diversity, Arts Professional, 150, p5

Andrews, N. (2004). Changing pitch on cultural diversity, Arts Professional, 75, p20.