Contested environmental policy infrastructure : socio-political acceptance of renewable energy , water , and waste facilities

@inproceedings{Wolsink2011ContestedEP,
  title={Contested environmental policy infrastructure : socio-political acceptance of renewable energy , water , and waste facilities},
  author={Wolsink},
  year={2011}
}
  • Wolsink
  • Published 2011
Decisions to build new infrastructure are often contested. The general idea is that such infrastructure is considered to serve the (proclaimed) public interests, whereas the impact or risk is concentrated at a smaller scale, for example in local communities. The nature of such risk is that it concerns threats to environmental quality. A frequently arising type of environmental conflict arises when the proclaimed public good lies within the domain of environmental policy and sustainability… CONTINUE READING

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