Why is Fracking for shale gas an environmental issue? Critically evaluate the role of key stakeholders in the UK in the policy debate around Fracking for shale gas.

Why is Fracking for shale gas an environmental issue? Critically evaluate the role of key stakeholders in the UK in the policy debate around Fracking for shale gas.
Lorenzoni, I., Nicholson-Cole, S., & Whitmarsh, L. (2007). Barriers perceived to engaging with climate change among the UK public and their policy implications. Global environmental change, 17(3), 445-459.
Richards, P.l.; Fell, M.; Smith, L. (2013) Shale gas and fracking UK Parliament Standard Note: SN/SC/6073
Rogers-Hayden, T.; Hatton, F.; Lorenzoni, I. (2011) ‘Energy security’ and ‘climate change’: constructing UK energy discursive realities Global environmental change21 (1), 134-142.
Stevens, P. (2012). The ‘shale gas revolution’: Developments and changes. Chatham House Briefing Paper.
Why is High-Speed2 an environmental issue? Critically evaluate the role of key stakeholders in the UK in the policy debate around the development of HS2.
Albalate, D., & Bel, G. (2012). High?Speed Rail: Lessons for Policy Makers from Experiences Abroad. Public Administration Review, 72(3), 336-349.
Various News Articles on The Guardian Website.

http://www.theguardian.com/uk/hs2

House of Commons Library (2011) High Speed Two (HS2): the debate – Commons Library Research Paper | RP11/75. London: House of Commons

http://www.parliament.uk/briefing-papers/RP11-75.pdf

Richardson, B C. (2005) Sustainable transport: analysis frameworks. Journal of Transport Geography 13 (1) 29-39.
Why is consumption an environmental issue? Critically evaluate the role of key stakeholders in the UK in the policy debate around consumption.
Foster, C., Green, K., & Bleda, M. (2007). Environmental impacts of food production and consumption: final report to the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs.
Hares, A., Dickinson, J., & Wilkes, K. (2010). Climate change and the air travel decisions of UK tourists. Journal of Transport Geography, 18(3), 466-473.
Lorenzoni, I., Nicholson-Cole, S., & Whitmarsh, L. (2007). Barriers perceived to engaging with climate change among the UK public and their policy implications. Global environmental change, 17(3), 445-459.
Young, W., Hwang, K., McDonald, S., & Oates, C. J. (2010). Sustainable consumption: green consumer behaviour when purchasing products. Sustainable Development, 18(1), 20-31.
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