Ross Gillard
Ross Gillard
Office for Environmental Protection
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Fuel poverty from the bottom-up: Characterising household energy vulnerability through the lived experience of the fuel poor
L Middlemiss, R Gillard
Energy Research & Social Science 6, 146-154, 2015
Transformational responses to climate change: beyond a systems perspective of social change in mitigation and adaptation
R Gillard, A Gouldson, J Paavola, J Van Alstine
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 7 (2), 251-265, 2016
Advancing an energy justice perspective of fuel poverty: Household vulnerability and domestic retrofit policy in the United Kingdom
R Gillard, C Snell, M Bevan
Energy Research & Social Science 29, 53-61, 2017
Energy poverty and social relations: A capabilities approach
L Middlemiss, P Ambrosio-Albalá, N Emmel, R Gillard, J Gilbertson, ...
Energy research & social science 55, 227-235, 2019
Unravelling the United Kingdom’s climate policy consensus: The power of ideas, discourse and institutions
R Gillard
Global Environmental Change 40, 26-36, 2016
Can national policy blockages accelerate the development of polycentric governance? Evidence from climate change policy in the United Kingdom
R Gillard, A Gouldson, J Paavola, J Van Alstine
Global Environmental Change 45, 174-182, 2017
Questioning the diffusion of resilience discourses in pursuit of transformational change
R Gillard
Global environmental politics 16 (1), 13-20, 2016
Politics, problematisation, and policy: A comparative analysis of energy poverty in England, Ireland and France
N Kerr, R Gillard, L Middlemiss
Energy and Buildings 194, 191-200, 2019
Plugging the gap between energy policy and the lived experience of energy poverty: Five principles for a multidisciplinary approach
L Middlemiss, R Gillard, V Pellicer, K Straver
Advancing Energy Policy: Lessons on the Integration of Social Sciences and …, 2018
From rational to relational: How energy poor households engage with the British retail energy market
P Ambrosio-Albala, L Middlemiss, A Owen, T Hargreaves, N Emmel, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101765, 2020
Blowing policy bubbles: rethinking emissions targets and low-carbon energy policies in the UK
R Gillard, K Lock
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 19 (6), 638-653, 2017
Reduced waste and improved livelihoods for all: Lessons on waste management from Ahmedabad, India
L Oates, A Sudmant, A Gouldson, R Gillard
Coalition for Urban Transitions, 2018
“How can you live like that?”: energy vulnerability and the dynamic experience of fuel poverty in the UK
LK Middlemiss, R Gillard
Leeds, 2014
Policy pathways to justice in energy efficiency
CJ Snell, MA Bevan, R Gillard
UKERC, 2018
Supporting decent livelihoods through sustainable service provision: Lessons on solid waste management from Kampala, Uganda
L Oates, R Gillard, P Kasaija, A Sudmant, A Gouldson
New Climate Economy, 2019
Sustainable urban infrastructure for all: Lessons on solar-powered street lights from Kampala and Jinja, Uganda
R Gillard, L Oates, P Kasaija, A Sudmant, A Gouldson
Coalition for Urban Transitions, 2019
Secure and equal access to land for all: Lessons on land governance and climate resilience from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
L Oates, R Gillard, A Sudmant, A Gouldson
Leeds, 2020
Resilient and affordable housing for all: Lessons on house building from Kochi and Trivandrum, India
R Gillard, A Datey, A Sudmant, L Oates, A Gouldson
Coalition for Urban Transitions, 2018
Community Participation in Urban Land and Housing Delivery: Evidence from Kerala (India) and Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)
L Oates, A Datey, A Sudmant, R Gillard, A Gouldson
Land 13 (5), 641, 2024
Justice Discourses and the Global Environment: Diverse perspectives on an uneven landscape
R Gillard, L Ford, G Kütting
Traditions and Trends in Global Environmental Politics, 120-135, 2017
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