Endre Tvinnereim
Endre Tvinnereim
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Bergen, Norway
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European Perceptions of Climate Change (EPCC): Topline findings of a survey conducted in four European countries in 2016
K Steentjes, NF Pidgeon, W Poortinga, AJ Corner, A Arnold, G Böhm, ...
Cardiff University, 2017
Carbon pricing and deep decarbonisation
E Tvinnereim, M Mehling
Energy policy 121, 185-189, 2018
Explaining topic prevalence in answers to open-ended survey questions about climate change
E Tvinnereim, K Fløttum
Nature Climate Change 5 (8), 744, 2015
Citizens’ preferences for tackling climate change. Quantitative and qualitative analyses of their freely formulated solutions
E Tvinnereim, K Fløttum, Ø Gjerstad, MP Johannesson, ÅD Nordø
Global Environmental Change 46, 34-41, 2017
Fossil fuels, employment, and support for climate policies
E Tvinnereim, E Ivarsflaten
Energy Policy 96, 364-371, 2016
Carbon 2008: Post-2012 is now
K Røine, E Tvinnereim, H Hasselknippe
Point Carbon 11, 2008
Public perceptions of air pollution and climate change: different manifestations, similar causes, and concerns
E Tvinnereim, X Liu, EM Jamelske
Climatic Change 140 (3-4), 399-412, 2017
Carbon 2009: Emission Trading Coming Home
E Tvinnereim, K Røine, C Heimdal
Point Carbon, 2009
Political orientation moderates the relationship between climate change beliefs and worry about climate change
T Gregersen, R Doran, G Böhm, E Tvinnereim, W Poortinga
Frontiers in psychology 11, 1573, 2020
Carbon 2010-return of the sovereign
E Tvinnereim, K Røine
Point Carbon, Oslo, 2010
Narrative as a method for eliciting tacit knowledge of climate variability in Bangladesh
S Bremer, A Blanchard, N Mamnun, M Stiller-Reeve, MM Haque, ...
Weather, Climate, and Society 9 (4), 669-686, 2017
Climate change risk perceptions and the problem of scale: evidence from cross-national survey experiments
E Tvinnereim, OM Lægreid, X Liu, D Shaw, C Borick, E Lachapelle
Environmental Politics 29 (7), 1178-1198, 2020
European Perceptions of Climate Change. Socio-political profiles to inform a cross-national survey in France, Germany, Norway and the UK
A Arnold, G Böhm, A Corner, C Mays, N Pidgeon, W Poortinga, ...
Oxford: Climate Outreach, 2016
Carbon pricing and the 1.5 C target: near-term decarbonisation and the importance of an instrument mix
M Mehling, E Tvinnereim
Carbon & Climate Law Review 12 (1), 50-61, 2018
Who Opposes Climate Regulation? Business Preferences for the European Emission Trading Scheme
F Genovese, E Tvinnereim
Generalization of classic question order effects across cultures
TH Stark, H Silber, JA Krosnick, AG Blom, M Aoyagi, A Belchior, ...
Sociological Methods & Research 49 (3), 567-602, 2020
Scientific truth or debate: On the link between perceived scientific consensus and belief in anthropogenic climate change
R Bertoldo, C Mays, G Böhm, W Poortinga, M Poumadère, E Tvinnereim, ...
Public Understanding of Science 28 (7), 778-796, 2019
The bears are right: Why cap-and-trade yields greater emission reductions than expected, and what that means for climate policy
E Tvinnereim
Climatic Change 127 (3-4), 447-461, 2014
Is support for international climate action conditional on perceptions of reciprocity? Evidence from survey experiments in Canada, the US, Norway, and Sweden
E Tvinnereim, E Lachapelle, C Borick
Cosmos 12 (01), 43-55, 2016
A contingent valuation study comparing citizen’s willingness-to-pay for climate change Mitigation in China and the United States
M Winden, E Jamelske, E Tvinnereim
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 1-25, 2017
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