Adam Mayer
Adam Mayer
Michigan State University, Center for Earth Observations and Global Change
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A social trap for the climate? Collective action, trust and climate change risk perception in 35 countries
EK Smith, A Mayer
Global Environmental Change 49, 140-153, 2018
Anomalous Anglophones? Contours of free market ideology, political polarization, and climate change attitudes in English-speaking countries, Western European and post-Communist …
EK Smith, A Mayer
Climatic Change 152 (1), 17-34, 2019
Risk and benefits in a fracking boom: Evidence from Colorado
A Mayer
Extractive Industries and society, 2016
Unstoppable climate change? The influence of fatalistic beliefs about climate change on behavioural change and willingness to pay cross-nationally
A Mayer, EK Smith
Climate Policy 19 (4), 511-523, 2019
Effect of “finite pool of worry” and COVID-19 on UK climate change perceptions
D Evensen, L Whitmarsh, P Bartie, P Devine-Wright, J Dickie, A Varley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (3), e2018936118, 2021
Fracking fortunes: economic well‐being and oil and gas development along the urban‐rural continuum
A Mayer, SK Olson‐Hazboun, S Malin
Rural Sociology 83 (3), 532-567, 2018
“The Fist in the Face of God” Heavy Metal Music and Decentralized Cultural Diffusion
A Mayer, JM Timberlake
Sociological Perspectives 57 (1), 27-51, 2014
Environmental risk exposure, risk perception, political ideology and support for climate policy
A Mayer, TOC Shelley, T Chiricos, M Gertz
Sociological Focus 50 (4), 309-328, 2017
Is hydropower worth it? Exploring amazonian resettlement, human development and environmental costs with the Belo Monte project in Brazil
A Mayer, L Castro-Diaz, MC Lopez, G Leturcq, EF Moran
Energy Research & Social Science 78, 102129, 2021
Unhollowing rural America? Rural human capital flight and the demographic consequences of the oil and gas boom
A Mayer, SA Malin, SK Olson-Hazboun
Population and Environment 39, 219-238, 2018
Free market ideology and deregulation in Colorado’s oil fields: Evidence for triple movement activism?
SA Malin, A Mayer, K Shreeve, SK Olson-Hazboun, J Adgate
Environmental politics 26 (3), 521-545, 2017
Partisanship, politics, and the energy transition in the United States: A critical review and conceptual framework
A Mayer
Energy Research & Social Science 53, 85-88, 2019
A multidisciplinary research framework on green schools: Infrastructure, social environment, occupant health, and performance
S Magzamen, AP Mayer, S Barr, L Bohren, B Dunbar, D Manning, ...
Journal of School Health 87 (5), 376-387, 2017
Rethinking Economic Conditions and Environmental Attitudes: Macroeconomic Effects, Individual Experiences, and Subjectivity
EK Smith
Social Currents, 2016
National energy transition, local partisanship? Elite cues, community identity, and support for clean power in the United States
A Mayer
Energy Research & Social Science 50, 143-150, 2019
Quality of life and unconventional oil and gas development: Towards a comprehensive impact model for host communities
A Mayer
The Extractive Industries and Society 4 (4), 923-930, 2017
Education and the environment: an international study
A Mayer
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 20 (6), 512-519, 2013
Political identity and paradox in oil and gas policy: A study of regulatory exaggeration in Colorado, US
A Mayer
Energy Policy 109, 452-459, 2017
Education, political affiliation and energy policy in the United States: A case of Tea Party exceptionalism?
A Mayer, EK Smith
Energy Research & Social Science 23, 74-81, 2017
Motivations and barriers to electric bike use in the US: views from online forum participants
A Mayer
International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development 12 (2), 160-168, 2020
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