RP2.1-11 An international comparison of media representations of (natural) gas and hydrogen – Framing issue legitimacy
This study examined how gas is represented in international, national and social media. Through an extensive analysis of media and strategic communication and various visualization strategies, the project sought to identify gaps in existing corporate storytelling with focus on hydrogen and renewable gas.
This project was an important step in developing strategies and tools for framing issue legitimacy and creating a Gas Framing Guide for governments, corporates, and scientific and research institutions, who are seeking to communicate more effectively for changed behavior towards a more sustainable future by expanding the repertoire of culturally-resonant stories of energy sustainability.
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|Commencement / End Date||February 2022 to April 2023|
|Outcomes / Impact||
The main outcomes of this research project are:
|Partners||University of Queensland, APGA, Jemena, AGIG, CNC Project Management|
Dr Stephen McGrail
Research and Education Program Coordinator