Fiona Lambe
Fiona Lambe
Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute
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Beyond buying: The application of service design methodology to understand adoption of clean cookstoves in Kenya and Zambia
M Jürisoo, F Lambe, M Osborne
Energy Research & Social Science 39, 164-176, 2018
Bringing clean, safe, affordable cooking energy to households across Africa: an agenda for action
F Lambe, M Jürisoo, H Wanjiru, J Senyagwa
Prepared by the Stockholm Environment Institute, Stockholm and Nairobi, for …, 2015
Can carbon finance transform household energy markets? A review of cookstove projects and programs in Kenya
F Lambe, M Jürisoo, C Lee, O Johnson
Energy Research & Social Science 5, 55-66, 2015
Information as an enabler of sustainable food choices: A behavioural approach to understanding consumer decision-making
Y Ran, AN Lewis, E Dawkins, R Grah, F Vanhuyse, E Engström, F Lambe
Sustainable Production and Consumption 31, 642-656, 2022
Old habits die hard: Using the energy cultures framework to understand drivers of household-level energy transitions in urban Zambia
M Jürisoo, N Serenje, F Mwila, F Lambe, M Osborne
Energy Research & Social Science 53, 59-67, 2019
Embracing complexity: A transdisciplinary conceptual framework for understanding behavior change in the context of development-focused interventions
F Lambe, Y Ran, M Jürisoo, S Holmlid, C Muhoza, O Johnson, M Osborne
World Development 126, 104703, 2020
Will African consumers buy cleaner fuels and stoves?: a household energy economic analysis model for the market introduction of bio-ethanol cooking stoves in Ethiopia, Tanzania …
T Takama, F Lambe, FX Johnson, A Arvidson, B Atanassov, M Debebe, ...
Stockholm Environment Institute, 2011
Putting the cook before the stove: A user-centred approach to understanding household energy decision-making
F Lambe, A Atteridge
Stockholm Environment Institute, 2012
Do we need better behaved cooks? Reviewing behavioural change strategies for improving the sustainability and effectiveness of cookstove programs
DDF Del Rio, F Lambe, J Roe, N Matin, KE Makuch, M Osborne
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101788, 2020
Opening the black pot: A service design-driven approach to understanding the use of cleaner cookstoves in peri-urban Kenya
F Lambe, Y Ran, E Kwamboka, S Holmlid, K Lycke, S Ringström, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101754, 2020
Enhancing clean cooking options in peri-urban Kenya: a pilot study of advanced gasifier stove adoption
R Bailis, E Ghosh, M O’Connor, E Kwamboka, Y Ran, F Lambe
Environmental Research Letters 15 (8), 084017, 2020
Identifying behavioural drivers of cookstove use: a household study in Kibera, Nairobi
F Lambe, J Senyagwa
Stockholm Environment Institute., 2015
Mainstreaming sustainable energy access into national development planning: The case of ethiopia
Z Tessama, M Davis, PV Tella, F Lambe
Stockholm Environment Institute., 2013
Why perfect stoves are not always chosen: A new approach for understanding stove and fuel choice at the household level
S Tsephel, T Takama, F Lambe, FX Johnson
Boiling Point 57, 6-8, 2009
Using a co-created transdisciplinary approach to explore the complexity of air pollution in informal settlements
SE West, CJ Bowyer, W Apondo, P Büker, S Cinderby, CM Gray, M Hahn, ...
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8 (1), 1-13, 2021
Energy access, climate and development
FX Johnson, F Lambe
Stockholm Environment Institute, Commission on Climate Change and …, 2009
The journey to clean cooking: Insights from Kenya and Zambia
M Jürisoo, F Lambe
Stockholm Environment Institute., 2016
Improved cookstoves in Central America: health impacts and uptake
F Lambe, C Ochieng
SEI: Stockholm Environment Institute, 2015
Bringing Clean
F Lambe, M Jürisoo, H Wanjiru, J Senyagwa
Safe, Affordable Cooking Energy to Households across Africa: An Agenda for …, 2015
Can carbon revenues help transform household energy markets?: A scoping study with cookstove programmes in India and Kenya
F Lambe
Stockholm Environment Institute, 2014
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