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Laurence J Williams
Laurence J Williams
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Framing ‘fracking’: Exploring public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom
L Williams, P Macnaghten, R Davies, S Curtis
Public Understanding of Science 26 (1), 89-104, 2017
1862017
What are the social outcomes of climate policies? A systematic map and review of the ex-post literature
WF Lamb, M Antal, K Bohnenberger, LI Brand-Correa, F Müller-Hansen, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (11), 113006, 2020
822020
The discursive politics of ‘fracking’: Frames, storylines, and the anticipatory contestation of shale gas development in the United Kingdom
L Williams, BK Sovacool
Global Environmental Change 58, 101935, 2019
542019
The energy use implications of 5G: Reviewing whole network operational energy, embodied energy, and indirect effects
L Williams, BK Sovacool, TJ Foxon
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 157, 112033, 2022
432022
Energy democracy, dissent and discourse in the party politics of shale gas in the United Kingdom
L Williams, BK Sovacool
Environmental Politics 29 (7), 1239-1263, 2020
362020
Framing Fracking: Public responses to potential unconventional fossil fuel exploitation in the North of England
L WILLIAMS
Durham University, 2014
82014
Humanizing hydrocarbon frontiers: the “lived experience” of shale gas fracking in the United Kingdom’s Fylde communities
BK Sovacool, L Williams, A Martin, J Axsen
Local Environment 25 (11-12), 944-966, 2020
62020
‘Going through the dance steps’: Instrumentality, frustration and performativity in processes of formal public participation in decision-making on shale development in the …
LJ Williams, A Martin, A Stirling
Energy Research and Social Science 92 (October), 102796, 2022
52022
‘We're going all out for shale:’explaining shale gas energy policy failure in the United Kingdom
M Bradshaw, P Devine-Wright, D Evensen, O King, A Martin, S Ryder, ...
Energy Policy 168, 113132, 2022
52022
Whose Deficit Anyway? Institutional Misunderstanding of Fracking-Sceptical Publics
L Williams, P Macnaghten, E Turnhout, W Tuinstra, W Halffman
Environmental expertise: Connecting science, policy and society, 90-103, 2019
52019
Channelling sensitivity: the production of justification for shale gas development through the English planning system
L Williams
University of Sussex, 2019
22019
Lessons from the Framing Contest over UK Shale Development: Impotence and Austerity in Environmental Politics
L Williams
Nature and Culture 18 (1), 42-64, 2023
12023
Koomey's law forevermore? A document analysis of the production and circulation of the promise of ‘green 5G’
L Williams, N Bergman
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 187, 122193, 2023
12023
A Brief History of the UK’s Political Debate over Shale Gas
L Williams, A Martin, BK Sovacool
Brighton: University of Sussex. http://www. ukuh. org/media/sites …, 2020
12020
Interviews With Lancashire Local Community Members About Hydraulic Fracturing and Shale Gas, 2019
L Williams, B Sovacool, A Martin, J Gregory
2022
Frame Analysis of the Issue of Hydraulic Fracturing and Shale Gas in UK Policy Documents and Parliamentary Debate, 2018
L Williams, B Sovacool
2022
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