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Public Attitudes toward Climate Science and Climate Policy in Federal Systems: Canada and the United States Compared1
E Lachapelle, CP Borick, B Rabe
Review of Policy Research 29 (3), 334-357, 2012
1772012
Drivers of national climate policy
E Lachapelle, M Paterson
Climate policy 13 (5), 547-571, 2013
1692013
Public perceptions of expert credibility on policy issues: The role of expert framing and political worldviews
E Lachapelle, É Montpetit, JP Gauvin
Policy Studies Journal 42 (4), 674-697, 2014
1282014
The distribution of climate change public opinion in Canada
M Mildenberger, P Howe, E Lachapelle, L Stokes, J Marlon, T Gravelle
PloS one 11 (8), e0159774, 2016
1112016
Politics, proximity and the pipeline: Mapping public attitudes toward Keystone XL
TB Gravelle, E Lachapelle
Energy Policy 83, 99-108, 2015
1062015
Climate compared: Public opinion on climate change in the United States and Canada
CP Borick, E Lachapelle, BG Rabe
Issues in Governance Studies, 2011
862011
The political economy of decarbonisation: from green energy ‘race’to green ‘division of labour’
E Lachapelle, R MacNeil, M Paterson
New Political Economy 22 (3), 311-327, 2017
642017
Comparative politics of sub-federal cap-and-trade: Implementing the western climate initiative
D Houle, E Lachapelle, M Purdon
Global Environmental Politics 15 (3), 49-73, 2015
582015
How to survey citizens’ compliance with COVID-19 public health measures: Evidence from three survey experiments
JF Daoust, R Nadeau, R Dassonneville, E Lachapelle, É Bélanger, ...
Journal of Experimental Political Science 8 (3), 310-317, 2021
512021
The Political Economy of California and Quebec's Cap-and-Trade Systems
M Purdon, D Houle, E Lachapelle
Sustainable Prosperity (University of Ottawa), 2014
372014
Public opinion on hydraulic fracturing in the province of Quebec: A comparison with Michigan and Pennsylvania
E Lachapelle, É Montpetit
Issues in Energy and Environmental Policy, 2014
312014
Public perceptions of shale gas extraction and hydraulic fracturing in New York and Pennsylvania
CP Borick, BG Rabe, E Lachapelle
Issues in Energy and Environmental Policy, 2014
312014
New environmental technology uptake and bias toward the status quo: The case of phytoremediation
É Montpetit, E Lachapelle
Environmental Technology & Innovation 7, 102-109, 2017
242017
Climate change risk perceptions and the problem of scale: evidence from cross-national survey experiments
E Tvinnereim, OM Lægreid, X Liu, D Shaw, C Borick, E Lachapelle
Environmental Politics 29 (7), 1178-1198, 2020
222020
Public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing (Fracking) in Canada: Economic nationalism, issue familiarity, and cultural bias
E Lachapelle, S Kiss, É Montpetit
The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (4), 634-647, 2018
222018
A guilt-free strategy increases self-reported non-compliance with COVID-19 preventive measures: Experimental evidence from 12 countries
JF Daoust, É Bélanger, R Dassonneville, E Lachapelle, R Nadeau, ...
PloS one 16 (4), e0249914, 2021
212021
Policy learning, motivated scepticism, and the politics of shale gas development in British Columbia and Quebec
É Montpetit, E Lachapelle
Policy and Society 36 (2), 195-214, 2017
212017
Opposition to carbon pricing and right-wing populism: Ontario’s 2018 general election
E Lachapelle, S Kiss
Environmental Politics 28 (5), 970-976, 2019
162019
Can policy actors learn from academic scientists?
É Montpetit, E Lachapelle
Environmental Politics 24 (5), 661-680, 2015
162015
Public opinion on climate change and support for various policy instruments in Canada and the US: Findings from a comparative 2013 poll
E Lachapelle, CP Borick, BG Rabe
Issues in Energy and Environmental Policy, 2014
162014
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