Christine Merk
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Public perception of climate engineering and carbon capture and storage in Germany: survey evidence
C Braun, C Merk, G Pönitzsch, K Rehdanz, U Schmidt
Climate Policy 18 (4), 471-484, 2018
Knowledge about aerosol injection does not reduce individual mitigation efforts
C Merk, G Pönitzsch, K Rehdanz
Environmental Research Letters 11 (5), 054009, 2016
Exploring public perceptions of stratospheric sulfate injection
C Merk, G Pönitzsch, C Kniebes, K Rehdanz, U Schmidt
Climatic Change 130 (2), 299-312, 2015
The role of affect in attitude formation toward new technologies: The case of stratospheric aerosol injection
C Merk, G Pönitzsch
Risk Analysis 37 (12), 2289-2304, 2017
Do climate engineering experts display moral-hazard behaviour?
C Merk, G Pönitzsch, K Rehdanz
Climate Policy 19 (2), 231-243, 2019
(Mis) conceptions about modeling of negative emissions technologies
W Rickels, C Merk, F Reith, DP Keller, A Oschlies
Environmental Research Letters 14 (10), 104004, 2019
Public perceptions of ocean-based carbon dioxide removal: The nature-engineering divide?
C Bertram, C Merk
Frontiers in Climate 2, 594194, 2020
Item‐level usage statistics: a review of current practices and recommendations for normalization and exchange
C Merk, F Scholze, N Windisch
Library Hi Tech 27 (1), 151-162, 2009
How consumers trade off supply security and green electricity: evidence from Germany and Great Britain
C Merk, K Rehdanz, C Schröder
Energy Economics 84, 104528, 2019
Public perceptions of climate engineering: Laypersons’ acceptance at different levels of knowledge and intensities of deliberation
C Merk, G Klaus, J Pohlers, A Ernst, K Ott, K Rehdanz
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 28 (4), 348-355, 2019
Moral hazard and solar geoengineering
G Wagner, C Merk
Governance of the deployment of solar geoengineering, 135, 2019
Welche Rolle spielen negative Emissionen für die zukünftige Klimapolitik?
W Rickels, C Merk, J Honneth, J Schwinger, M Quaas, A Oschlies
Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 20 (2), 145-158, 2019
The hazard of environmental morality
G Wagner, C Merk
Foreign Policy, 2018
Don't send us your waste gases: Public attitudes toward international carbon dioxide transportation and storage in Europe
C Merk, ÅD Nordø, G Andersen, OM Lægreid, E Tvinnereim
Energy Research & Social Science 87, 102450, 2022
Social science research to inform solar geoengineering
JE Aldy, T Felgenhauer, WA Pizer, M Tavoni, M Belaia, ME Borsuk, ...
Science 374 (6569), 815-818, 2021
Guess What…?—How Guessed Norms Nudge Climate-Friendly Food Choices in Real-Life Settings
A Griesoph, S Hoffmann, C Merk, K Rehdanz, U Schmidt
Sustainability 13 (15), 8669, 2021
Effects of opinion statements on laypeople's acceptance of a climate engineering technology. Comparing the source credibility of researchers, politicians and a citizens' jury
G Klaus, L Oswald, A Ernst, C Merk
Journal of Science Communication 20 (1), A03, 2021
Shifting beach wrack composition in the SW Baltic Sea and its effect on beach use
F Weinberger, S Sundt, N Staerck, C Merk, R Karez, K Rehdanz
Ecology and Society 26 (4), Art. Nr. 43, 2021
The need for local governance of global commons: The example of blue carbon ecosystems
C Merk, J Grunau, MC Riekhof, W Rickels
Kiel Working Paper, 2021
Lay person perceptions of marine carbon dioxide removal (CDR)–Working paper
S Veland, C Merk
OceanNETs, 2021
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