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Author Field, Patrick (Patrick T.),
Title Resolving land and energy conflicts / Patrick Field, Tushar Kansal, Catherine Morris and Stacie Smith.
Imprint London : Anthem Press, 2018.

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Author Field, Patrick (Patrick T.),
Series Anthem ecosystem services and restoration series.
Subject Land use -- United States.
Power resources -- United States.
Energy policy -- United States.
Alt Name Kansal, Tushar,
Morris, Catherine (Mediator),
Smith, Stacie, 1945-
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 16, 2018)
Contents Intro; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Illustrations; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction: The Complexity and Conflicts of Energy in The us Landscape; Why Is Energy Development and Production Important in Regard to Land Use?; Why This Book?; What General Factors Shape Energy Development and Production on US Lands and What Kinds of Conflicts Arise?; Private property; The split estate; Uneven distribution of benefits and costs; Jurisdictional complexity; State preemption of local control; Federal preemption of state and local control
Cumulative costs and benefits across the landscapeSiting disputes as proxy fights for national priorities and values; The Organization of This Book; Chapter 2 Land-Based Wind Energy Siting: The Not-So-Silent Wind; Introduction; The Scale of Wind Energy; Regulatory Structures and Decision-Making Frames for Wind Energy Development; Jurisdictional gaps, overlaps and inconsistencies; Inconsistency for developers; Limited technical capacity; Government incentives; Conflicts around Wind Energy Siting; Factors Fueling These Conflicts; Collaborative Opportunities; Joint fact-finding
Negotiated developer-community agreementsVoluntary national or regional guidelines; Improved regulatory frameworks; Analyze social compatibility along with technical and economic feasibility; Increase proactive local and regional planning for energy siting; Conclusion; Case Studies; The American Wind Wildlife Institute; Information exchange; Technological innovation; Science for policy and practice; Altamont Pass Wind Resource Area; Massachusetts Wind Turbine Noise Technical Advisory Group; Chapter 3 Nuclear Waste Siting: Getting Good People to Accept the Bad; Introduction
Scope and Scale of the IssuesRegulatory Framework; Federal authority and responsibility; State and tribal authority and responsibility; Nuclear industry authority and responsibility; Conflicts Surrounding Nuclear Waste Facilities Siting; History of Yucca Mountain highlights conflicts around nuclear waste management; Collaborative and Conflict Resolution Opportunities; What does consent look like?; Support independent assessment of science and risks; Provide compensation and incentives to address fairness; Acknowledge and address public concerns about transportation risks
Build in timelines and compensation for delaysPilot consent-based siting and document lessons learned; Create a well-structured process for informed input at the state and local levels; Conclusion; Case Studies; Waste Isolation Pilot Plant; Efforts to Find a Site for Consolidated Storage; Chapter 4 Gas and Oil and Unconventional Shale: The New Old Frontier; Introduction; The Scale of Oil and Gas Production in the United States; Regulatory Framework; Conflicts Created; Conflict between neighboring landowners; Conflict between surface owner and mineral rights owner
Summary Based on decades of experience in addressing energy-siting conflicts, the authors of 'Resolving Land and Energy Conflicts' provide details of a host of tools, strategies and principles for tackling them.
ISBN 9781783088546 (electronic bk.)
1783088540 (electronic bk.)
9781783088539 (electronic bk.)
1783088532 (electronic bk.)
9781783088522
1783088524
OCLC # 1054910077
Additional Format Print version: Field, Patrick. Resolving land and energy conflicts. London : Anthem Press, 2018 1783088524 9781783088522 (OCoLC)1043841927.


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