Situación del fracking en los distintos países de Europa

El pasado 8 y 9 de noviembre presenté un trabajo sobre la gestión de la comunicación del fracking en las medios de comunicación y las plataformas antifracking españolas dentro del Workshop Fracking Europe. Multidisciplinary perspectives on a checkered technology, celebrado en el Environmental Science Center (ESC) de la University of Augsburg, en Alemania. A este seminario asistieron ponentes de distintos países de Europa que plantearon distintas perspectivas (derecho, comunicación, sociología, política) de la investigación sobre la tecnología del francking.

Este trabajo se enmarca dentro de una línea de investigación realizada con la profesora Maite Mercado, y que ya tuvo sus frutos en un artículo titulado: «The fracking debate in the media: The role of citizen platforms as sources of information»


Workshop Programme
Thursday, 8th November
14.00-14.15 Welcome by Prof. Keller and practical arrangements
14.15-14.25 Workshop presentation (Roberto Cantoni and Matthias Klaes)
14.30-16.00 Panel 1
14.30-15.00 Ruven Fleming (Groningen): Regulating Shale Gas in Europe – The effectiveness of prohibitive approaches in Germany, France and the UK
15.00-15.30 Chris Hilson (Reading): Rights Framing and Fracking in the UK: The Owl of Minerva?
15.30-16.00 Leonie Reins (Tilburg): Frackmented Competences – Regulating Unconventional Gas Extraction under the TFEU
16.00-16.15 – Coffee Break-
16.15-17.45 Panel 2
16.15-16.45 Tamara Metze (Wageningen): Travelling images for sustainable energy: accountability and the eye of the public
16.45-17.15 Sébastien Chailleux (Bordeaux): Unconventional oil and gas in France: from popular distrust to politicization of the underground
17.15-17.45 Laurence Williams (Sussex): Framing, fracking and effective participation
17.45-18.45 Panel 3
17.45-18.15 Tamara Steger (Budapest): Democratic Dissonance: The Controversy over Hydraulic Fracturing in Europe
18.15-18.45 Aleksandra Lis (Poznan): Co-producing knowledge and publics amidst controversy: Analysis of an EU expert network on unconventional hydrocarbons development.

Friday, 9th November
09.00-10.00 Panel 4
09.00-09.30 Reiner Keller (Augsburg): What can we learn from discourse research on environmental conflicts?
09.30-10.00 Matthias Klaes, Simone Lackerbauer, Claudia Foltyn (Augsburg), Roberto Cantoni (Bonn): Politics of knowledge in controversies over hydraulic fracturing in France, Germany and Poland
10.30-11.00 Darrick Evensen (Cardiff): The latest from Europe: Social aspects of fracking across six nations.
11.00-11.15 -Coffee break-
11.15-12.15 Panel 5
11.15-11.45 Josquin Debaz (Paris): Lightning Mobilization and Scenarized Futures in French Shale Gas Controversies.
11.45-12.15 Basil Bornemann (Basel): Time Governance – the case of the German fracking controversy
12.15-13.15 -Lunch break-
13.15-14.15 Panel 6
13.00-13.30 Jose Maria Herranz de la Casa (Cuenca): The communication management of anti-fracking protests and the media in Spain.
13.30-14.00 Agata Stasik (Warsaw): Emerging European Voice on Energy Policy? Examination of Twitter mobilization in European shale gas debate.
14.00-14.15 -Coffee break-
14.15-15.00 Roundtable and final discussion