Using Structural Topic Modeling to Explore the Role of Framing in Shaping the Debate on Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals in Oregon

Stelmach, G. and H. S. Boudet (2021). Using Structural Topic Modeling to Explore the Role of Framing in Shaping the Debate on Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals in Oregon. American Behavioral Scientist, DOI: 10.1177/00027642211056268.

Risk-benefit perceptions of natural gas export in Oregon

Mooney, R., S. Hazboun, H. S. Boudet (2022). Risk-benefit perceptions of natural gas export in Oregon. Local Environment 27(3): 342-356.

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Renewable Energy

The goal of this project is to better understand public opinions and responses to renewable energy technologies and proposals, including wave, wind, and microgrid projects.

Public Views of Fossil Fuel Export in the Pacific Northwest

Fossil Fuel Export

The goal of this line of research is to better understand public opinions and responses to fossil fuel export infrastructure.

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Unconventional Oil and Gas Development

The goal of this line of research is to examine public perceptions of unconventional oil and gas development via high volume hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”).