Duncan McLaren

Research Fellow, PhD student

Research Overview

My PhD research focuses on the justice implications of climate engineering, explored through lenses adopted and adapted from science and technology studies, moral philosophy and the environmental humanities. I also continue to pursue complementary and broader interests regarding climate change, energy, and urban development.

Mirror, mirror: fairness and justice in climate geoengineering
McLaren, D. 2017 Lancaster University. 242 p.
Doctoral Thesis

Mitigation deterrence and the "moral hazard" of solar radiation management
McLaren, D. 20/12/2016 In: Earth's Future. 4, 12, p. 596-602. 7 p.
Journal article

Public conceptions of justice in climate engineering: evidence from secondary analysis of public deliberation
McLaren, D., Parkhill, K., Corner, A., Vaughan, N., Pidgeon, N. 11/2016 In: Global Environmental Change. 41, p. 64-73. 10 p.
Journal article

Framing out justice: the post-politics of climate engineering discourses
McLaren, D. 09/2016 In: Climate justice and geoengineering. Rowman & Littlefield p. 139-160. 22 p. ISBN: 9781783486373.
Chapter

Sharing cities: a case for truly smart and sustainable cities
McLaren, D., Agyeman, J. 11/2015 Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.. 464 p. ISBN: 9780262029728. Electronic ISBN: 9780262329699.
Book

Energy poverty and the future of urban retrofit
McLaren, D. 1/01/2014 In: Urban retrofitting for sustainability. London : Taylor and Francis p. 143-158. 16 p. ISBN: 9781315850184.
Chapter

Justice in energy system transitions: the case of carbon capture and storage
McLaren, D., Krieger, K., Bickerstaff, K. 2013 In: Energy justice in a changing climate. London : Zed Books p. 158-181. 24 p. ISBN: 9781780325767, 9781780325774.
Chapter

A comparative global assessment of potential negative emissions technologies
McLaren, D. 11/2012 In: Process Safety and Environmental Protection. 90, 6, p. 489-500. 12 p.
Journal article

Procedural justice in carbon capture and storage
McLaren, D.P. 1/05/2012 In: Energy and Environment. 23, 2, p. 345-365. 21 p.
Journal article