University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
‘Senior Lecturer’ (UK term for ‘tenured associate professor’), Aug 2022 – present
‘Lecturer’ (UK term for ‘tenure-track assistant professor’), Sept 2018 – Aug 2022
Environmental Politics, Department of Politics and International Relations
Boston University, Institute for Global Sustainability, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Senior Research Scientist, April 2022 – present
Cardiff University, School of Psychology, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (European Commission) Research Fellow, Oct 2016 – Sept 2018
Postdoctoral Research Associate, July 2015 – September 2016
Oberlin College, Environmental Studies Department, Oberlin, Ohio, United States
Visiting Assistant Professor, July 2014 – June 2015
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Ph.D., Natural Resources, August 2014
M.S., Natural Resources, 2011
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ,
A.B. cum laude, Public Policy and International Affairs, 2006
Evensen D, Whitmarsh L, Devine-Wright P, Dickie J, Bartie P, Foad C, Bradshaw M, Ryder S, Mayer A, Varley A. 2023. Growing importance of climate change beliefs for attitudes towards gas. Nature Climate Change, 13, 240-243.
Evensen D, Warren G, Bouder F. 2023. Satisfaction with governmental risk communication both increases and decreases COVID-19 mitigation behaviours. International Journal of Public Health, 68, 1604966.
Clarke C, Evensen D. 2023. Attention to news media coverage of unconventional oil/gas development impacts: Exploring psychological antecedents and effects on issue support. Energy Policy, 173, 113355.
Sovacool B, Evensen D, Kwan T, Petit V. 2023. Building a green future: Examining the job creation potential of electricity, heating, and storage in low-carbon buildings. The Electricity Journal.
Bartie P, Varley A, Dickie J, Evensen D, Devine-Wright P, Ryder S, Whitmarsh L, Foad C. 2023. Great Britain’s spatial twitter activity related to ‘fracking’. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 103, 101978.
Evensen D, Varley A, Whitmarsh L, Devine-Wright P, Dickie J, Bartie P, Napier H, Mosca I, Foad C, Ryder S. 2022. Effect of linguistic framing and information provision on attitudes towards induced seismicity and seismicity regulation. Scientific Reports, 12, 11239.
Evensen D. 2022. Public perceptions of carbon capture, use, and storage (CCUS). Oxford Energy Forum, 130, 21-24.
Evensen D, Graham G. 2022. The irreplaceable value of air travel to in-person conferences. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 83, 101880.
Bradshaw M, Devine-Wright P, Evensen D, King O, Martin A, Ryder S, Short D, Sovacool B, Stretesky P, Szolucha A, Williams L. 2022. ‘We’re going all out for shale’: Explaining shale gas failure in the United Kingdom. Energy Policy, 168, 113132.
Theodori G, Wynveen B, Evensen D, Measham T. 2022. A Systematic Quantitative Review of the Perceived Environmental and Natural Resource-Related Impacts of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development. The Extractive Industries and Society.
Mahdavian F, Warren G, Evensen D, Bouder F. 2022. The relationship between barriers and drivers of COVID-19 protective behaviors in Germany and the UK. International Journal of Public Health. DOI: 10.3389/ijph.2022.1604970
Ferguson M, Lynch M, Evensen D, Ferguson L, Barcelona R, Giles G. 2022. The nature of the pandemic: Negative impacts of COVID-19 upon recreation visitor experiences in parks and protected areas. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. DOI: 10.1016/j.jort.2022.100498
Ferguson M, Giles G, Ferguson L, Barcelona R, Evensen D, Barrows C, Leberman M. 2022. Seeing the forest for the trees: A social-ecological systems approach to managing outdoor recreation visitation in parks and protected areas. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 38, 100473.
Ferguson M, Caraynoff A, Ferguson L, Barcelona R, Evensen D, Knox H, Pytlik S, Grosz D. 2022. Whether They Return: Modeling Outdoor Recreation Behaviors, Decision-making, and Intention-to-return in Congressionally Designated Wilderness. Forests, 13, 1018.
Evensen D, Whitmarsh L, Bartie P, Devine-Wright P, Dickie J, Varley A, Ryder S, Mayer A. 2021. Effect of ‘finite pool of worry’ and COVID-19 on UK climate change perceptions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 118, e2018936118.
(This research was covered on the BBC’s Good Morning Scotland (radio), Reporting Scotland (TV), and in over 15 UK newspapers – e.g., https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/pa/article-9274271/Concerns-environment-unchanged-pandemic-study-suggests.html)
MacEwen M, Evensen D. 2021. Mind the gap: Accounting for gender in energy democracy in Kenya. Energy Research and Social Science, 71, 1018g43.
Ferguson M, Evensen D, Ferguson L, Bidwell D, Firestone J, Dooley T, Mitchell C. 2021. Uncharted waters: Exploring coastal recreation impacts, coping behaviors, and attitudes towards offshore wind energy development in the United States. Energy Research and Social Science 75, 102029.
Luke H, Evensen D. 2021. After the dust settles: Community resilience legacies of unconventional gas development. The Extractive Industries and Society 8, 100856.
Sarmadi M, Rahimi S, Evensen D, Moghaddam V. 2021. Interaction between meteorological parameters and Covid-19: An ecological study of 406 authorities of the UK. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 28, 67082–67097.
Devine-Wright P, Ryder S, Dickie J, Evensen D, Varley A, Whitmarsh L, Bartie P. 2021. Induced seismicity or political ploy? Using a novel mix of methods to identify multiple publics and track responses over time to shale gas policy change. Energy Research and Social Science 81, 102247.
Individual International/National Fellowships:
Supervision and mentoring of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and research assistants
External / Internal examination of PhD candidates (in nations where it is not PhD advisors, but rather independent scholars in the field, who conduct the final examination of the candidate)
University of Edinburgh, teaching
**UG = undergraduate course, PG = postgraduate (MSc level) course
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