Articles & Reports

Petzold, J., Andrews N. et al (2020). Indigenous knowledge on climate change adaptation: A global evidence map of academic literature. Focus on Evidence Synthesis for Climate Solutions, Environmental Research Letters DOI 10.1088/1748-9326/abb330

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

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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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

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

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., 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

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

ARTS, HERITAGE & CULTURE

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

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. (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.

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