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Shale Gas and the Future of Energy: Law and Policy for Sustainability

edited by John C. Dernbach, James R. May
Format
Book
Published
Cheltenham : Edward elgar, 2016.
Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar Publishing, [2016]
Language
English
Series
New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law
ISBN
9781783476145, 1783476141
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Framing the sustainability questions / John C. Dernbach
  • pt. I PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  • 2.Sustainable drilling through health impact assessment: understanding and planning for public health impacts / Patricia Salkin
  • 3.Requiring full-cost accounting for environmental and social impacts / John H. Quigley
  • pt. II COMMUNITY
  • 4.Sustainable housing in rural communities affected by shale gas development / Bonita Kolb
  • 5.Sustainability and community responses to local impacts / John Ubinger, Jr.
  • pt. III PUBLIC PARTICIPATION, PUBLIC INFORMATION, AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE
  • 6.Public participation and sustainability: how Pennsylvania's shale gas program thwarts sustainable outcomes / Kenneth T. Kristl
  • 7.Sustainability and stakeholder participation: shale gas extraction in the United Kingdom / Jill Morgan
  • 8.Relevance of transparency to sustainability and to Pennsylvania's shale gas legislation / Bernard D. Goldstein
  • -- Note continued: pt. IV GOVERNANCE
  • 9.Regulating shale gas production for sustainability: the federalism questions / David B. Spence
  • 10.Sustainable development and proposed shale gas extraction in South Africa: prospects and challenges / Jan Glazewski
  • 11.Sustainable management of onshore recovery of unconventional gas in New Zealand / Trevor Daya-Winterbottom
  • pt. V ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 12.The sustainability imperative of the surprisingly big energy efficiency resource / John A. `Skip' Laitner
  • 13.Is shale gas part of a sustainable solution to climate change? A factual and ethical analysis / Donald A. Brown
  • pt. VI LOOKING FORWARD
  • 14.Shale gas and a sustainable future / James R. May.
Description
xii, 330 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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