Honorary Research Fellow, School of Psychology, Cardiff University

Adam is Research Director of Climate Outreach, a charitable think-tank based in Oxford and an Honorary Research Fellow at the School of Psychology, Cardiff University. Adam manages Climate Outreach's research portfolio, oversees the 'Talking Climate' project website, and directs Climate Outreach's collaborations with academic partners. He writes regularly for the national media, including The Guardian and New Scientist magazine.

His research looks at how people evaluate arguments and evidence, the communication of climate change, and the public understanding of emerging areas of science such as nanotechnologies and geoengineering.

He's very interested in the application of psychological and social scientific research to practical questions such as the effective communication of climate change, and the psychological barriers to engaging in pro-environmental behaviours.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Associate, Cardiff University

Education

  • 2008 
    School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Doctor of Philosophy