Daylight saving – further publications

A selection of other papers on links to

  • casualty reduction
  • public health
  • leisure
  • fuel saving

We’re still in the dark ages when it comes to time zones, The Observer, 2 November 2014

Is it time to stop putting the clocks back?, The Times, 27 October 2014

The promotion of tourism in Wales: advancing clocks by an additional hour in summer and winter, Policy Studies Institute, January 2012

Making the most of daylight hours: the implications for Northern Ireland, Policy Studies Institute, March 2011

Making the most of daylight hours: the implications for Scotland, Policy Studies Institute, October 2010

The likely impact on tourist activity in the UK of the adoption of SDST, Report for the Tourist Alliance, October 2008

Looking a gift horse in the mouth Yorkshire Post, 27 March 2006

Congress extends daylight-saving time National Public Radio (NPR), 27 July 2005

More daylight: healthier children Childright, No.103, January/February 1994

Prayer taking precedence over life (a discussion of the dilemmas facing religious Jews if the UK joins the main West European time zone), Jewish Chronicle, 2 March 1990

The extra hour of evening daylight that could save lives in Scotland The Scotsman, 13 July 1989

More daylight, less accidents Traffic Engineering and Control, April 1989.

More daylight, less electricity Energy Policy, pp.5l4-515, October 1988

More daylight, more activity, more planning Town and Country Planning, October 1988

Daylight and health THS Health Summary, September 1988

Shedding light on the clock (with J. Gershuny), New Society, 25 March 1988