Tanya O'Garra
Tanya O'Garra
Institute for Environment & Sustainability, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National
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Analysing awareness and acceptability of hydrogen vehicles: A London case study
T O’Garra, S Mourato, P Pearson
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 30 (6), 649-659, 2005
Is the public willing to pay for hydrogen buses? A comparative study of preferences in four cities
T O’Garra, S Mourato, L Garrity, P Schmidt, A Beerenwinkel, M Altmann, ...
Energy Policy 35 (7), 3630-3642, 2007
Bequest values for marine resources: how important for indigenous communities in less-developed economies?
T O’Garra
Environmental and Resource Economics 44 (2), 179, 2009
Investigating attitudes to hydrogen refuelling facilities and the social cost to local residents
T O’Garra, S Mourato, P Pearson
Energy policy 36 (6), 2074-2085, 2008
Public preferences for hydrogen buses: comparing interval data, OLS and quantile regression approaches
T O’Garra, S Mourato
Environmental and Resource Economics 36 (4), 389-411, 2007
Economic valuation of a traditional fishing ground on the coral coast in Fiji
T O’Garra
Ocean & Coastal Management 56, 44-55, 2012
Economic value of ecosystem services, minerals and oil in a melting Arctic: A preliminary assessment
T O’Garra
Ecosystem Services 24, 180-186, 2017
Accept H2: public perception of hydrogen buses in five countries
M Altmann, P Schmidt, T O’Garra, D Hart, S Mourato, C Rohr, ...
International German Hydrogen Energy Congress: Essen, Germany, 2004
Comparative analysis of the impact of the hydrogen bus trials on public awareness, attitudes and preferences: a comparative study of four cities
T O’Garra
Report for the ACCEPTH2 project, European commission fifth framework programme, 2005
Analysis and comparisons of existing studies
M Altmann, P Schmidt, S Mourato, T O’Garra
Study in the framework of the ACCEPTH2 project. Final report (http …, 2003
Willingness to reduce travel consumption to support a low-carbon transition beyond COVID-19
T O'Garra, R Fouquet
Ecological Economics 193, 107297, 2022
Public acceptability of hydrogen fuel cell transport and associated refuelling infrastructures
T O’Garra, P Pearson, S Mourato
Risk and the public acceptance of new technologies, 126-153, 2007
Supplementary livelihood options for Pacific Island communities: A review of experiences
T O’Garra
The Foundation of the Peoples of the South Pacific International, Suva, 2007
Estimating the Total Value of the Navakavu Locally Managed Marine Area, Final Report
T O’Garra
Coral Reef Initiative for the South Pacific (CRISP) Programme, University of …, 2007
“Stickier” learning through gameplay: An effective approach to climate change education
S Pfirman, T O’Garra, E Bachrach Simon, J Brunacini, D Reckien, JJ Lee, ...
Journal of Geoscience Education, 1-25, 2021
AcceptH2 Full Analysis Report: Comparative Analysis of the Impact of the Hydrogen Bus Trials on Public Awareness
Attitudes and Preferences: a Comparative Study of Four Cities Study in the …, 2005
Are we willing to give what it takes? Willingness to pay for climate change adaptation in developing countries
T O'Garra, S Mourato
Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 5 (3), 249-264, 2016
The behavioural, welfare and environmental impacts of air travel reductions during and beyond COVID-19
R Fouquet, T O'Garra
Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper, 2020
Preferences for water treatment provision in rural India: comparing communal, pay-per-use, and labour-for-water schemes
KA Alfredo, T O'Garra
Water International 45 (2), 91-111, 2020
In pursuit of progressive and effective climate policies: Comparing an air travel carbon tax and a frequent flyer levy
R Fouquet, T O'Garra
Energy Policy 171, 113278, 2022
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