Matthew Cotton
Matthew Cotton
Professor of Environmental Justice and Public Policy, Teesside University
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Shale gas policy in the United Kingdom: An argumentative discourse analysis
M Cotton, I Rattle, J Van Alstine
Energy Policy 73, 427-438, 2014
Making electricity networks “visible”: Industry actor representations of “publics” and public engagement in infrastructure planning
M Cotton, P Devine-Wright
Public Understanding of Science 21 (1), 17-35, 2012
Fair fracking? Ethics and environmental justice in United Kingdom shale gas policy and planning
M Cotton
Local Environment 22 (2), 185-202, 2017
Putting pylons into place: a UK case study of public perspectives on the impacts of high voltage overhead transmission lines
M Cotton, P Devine-Wright
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (8), 1225-1245, 2013
Shale gas governance in the United Kingdom and the United States: Opportunities for public participation and the implications for social justice
J Whitton, K Brasier, I Charnley-Parry, M Cotton
Energy Research & Social Science 26, 11-22, 2017
Stakeholder perspectives on shale gas fracking: a Q-method study of environmental discourses
M Cotton
Environment and Planning A 47 (9), 1944-1962, 2015
Discourses of energy infrastructure development: a Q-method study of electricity transmission line siting in the UK
M Cotton, P Devine-Wright
Environment and Planning A 43 (4), 942-960, 2011
Stakeholder perceptions of marine plastic waste management in the United Kingdom
G McNicholas, M Cotton
Ecological Economics 163, 77-87, 2019
NIMBYism and community consultation in electricity transmission network planning
M Cotton, P Devine-Wright
Renewable Energy and the Public, 115-128, 2014
Ethics and technology assessment: a participatory approach
M Cotton
Springer, 2014
Understanding farmers’ climate adaptation intention in Iran: A protection-motivation extended model
M Ghanian, OM Ghoochani, M Dehghanpour, M Taqipour, F Taheri, ...
Land Use Policy 94, Article number: 104553, 2020
Shale gas—community relations: NIMBY or not? Integrating social factors into shale gas community engagements
M Cotton
Natural Gas & Electricity 29 (9), 8-12, 2013
Harnessing indigenous knowledge for climate change-resilient water management–lessons from an ethnographic case study in Iran
M Ghorbani, H Eskandari-Damaneh, M Cotton, OM Ghoochani, M Borji
Climate and Development 13 (9), 766-779, 2021
Electricity access in Mozambique: A critical policy analysis of investment, service reliability and social sustainability
D Salite, J Kirshner, M Cotton, L Howe, B Cuamba, J Feijů, AZ Macome
Energy Research & Social Science 78, Article number: 102123, 2021
Evaluating rural participation in wetland management: A contingent valuation analysis of the set-aside policy in Iran
H Eskandari-Damaneh, H Noroozi, OM Ghoochani, E Taheri-Reykandeh, ...
Science of the Total Environment 747, Article: 141127, 2020
Evaluating the 'ethical matrix' as a radioactive waste management deliberative decision-support tool
M Cotton
Environmental Values 18 (2), 153-176, 2009
Key actor perspectives on stakeholder engagement in Omani Environmental Impact Assessment: an application of Q-Methodology
MD Cotton, AA Mahroos-Alsaiari
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (1), 91-112, 2015
Environmental justice as scalar parity: Lessons from nuclear waste management
M Cotton
Social Justice Research 31, 238-259, 2018
Rebirth, devastation and sickness: Analyzing the role of metaphor in media discourses of nuclear power
BG Renzi, M Cotton, G Napolitano, R Barkemeyer
Environmental Communication 11 (5), 624-640, 2017
Ethical assessment in radioactive waste management: a proposed reflective equilibrium‐based deliberative approach
M Cotton
Journal of Risk Research 12 (5), 603-618, 2009
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