Shale gas policy in the United Kingdom: An argumentative discourse analysis

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Cotton, M; Rattle, I; Van Alstine, J;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Elsevier

Shale gas has become an energy policy priority in the United Kingdom in light of profitable extraction activities in the United States. Since 2012 the Coalition Government has created key economic drivers to encourage shale exploration, whilst growing activism in affect... View more
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