Missteps, Fiascos, And Successes Of America's Energy Policy
examines principal energy policy decisions and their lingering effects, by recounting the historical context surrounding the interplay of law, markets, and technology.
|auteur:||Nordhaus, Robert R.; Kalen, Sam (university Of Wyoming)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|Afmetingen:||228 x 152 x 13|
Sam Kalen is the Centennial Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Wyoming College of Law, as well as the founder and co-director of the Center for Law and Energy Resources in the Rockies, at the University of Wyoming. He is the author of numerous law review articles, and co-author of Basic Practice Series: ESA (Endangered Species Act) (2012) and Natural Resources Law and Policy (2016).
Advance praise: 'Robert R. Nordhaus and Sam Kalen provide insights into the making of some of America's most significant energy and environmental policies. Their extensive experience in crafting, implementing, and teaching these policies gives them unique credibility. They offer us solid recommendations as this generation engineers a vital energy transition to address the challenge of climate change. Climate policy stakeholders - journalists, academics, students, advocates and policy-makers - should read this book.' Phil Sharp, Former Congressional Representative, Former President of Resources for the Future, and Fellow, Columbia University
1. Introduction; 2. Federal energy regulation begins flowing; 3. The Supreme Court creates a gap; 4. The gap continues: changing electricity markets; 5. Natural gas' tortured road from regulation to decontrol; 6. Oil shocks, gas lines, and energy policy; 7. Carter crowns coal king: coal's war on people; 8. Energy eclipsing air; 9. Oil, cars and climate; 10. Embedded judgments and energy resilient transitions.
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