Citizen participation in energy decision making a bibliography by Frederick Frankena

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  • Energy policy -- United States -- Citizen participation -- Bibliography,
  • Power resources -- Government policy -- United States -- Citizen participation -- Bibliography

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StatementFrederick Frankena and Joann Koelln Frankena.
SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P 2220
ContributionsFrankena, Joann Koelln.
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LC ClassificationsZ7164.E6 F74 1987, HD9502.U52 F74 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2485927M
ISBN 101555904408
LC Control Number87406721

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The book then discusses the participation of citizens in decision-making processes in energy and environmental policy. The necessity of citizens’ participation, failure of political parties, local decision making, and approval procedures for the federal emissions protection act are elaborated.

H.S. Baum, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, ‘Citizen participation’ refers to citizen involvement in public decision making. In different interpretations, ‘citizens’ may be either individuals or organized communities, and ‘participation’ may involve either observation or power.

Get this from a library. Citizen participation in energy decision making: a bibliography. [Frederick Frankena; Joann Koelln Frankena]. participation is no longer ‘representative government vs. citizen participation’, but what type of citizen participation process is best (e.g., Konisky and Beierle ).

The arguments in favour of enhancing citizen participation frequently focus on the benefits of the process Size: KB. Overall, the book proposes a systemic, participatory, community-led approach required to achieve a form of legitimacy that allows communities to derive social priorities by a process of community visioning.

This book will be of great relevance to scholars and policy-makers with an interest in shale gas development, and energy policy and governance. Citizen Participation Processes. A German case study.

Birgit Böhm In Germany, citizen participation involves, on the one hand, elections and local and na- Book VIII of the German Social Code (2) and the involvement of the public early on in planning processes - goals and participant decision-making powers are transparent.

Increased participation by citizen groups is often desirable for a public agency. These groups can counterbalance the very considerable influence some- times generated by commodity groups.

But permitting citizen participation in decision making requires. Comparative Public Policy and Citizen Participation: Energy, Education, Health, and Urban Issues in the U.S.

and Germany focuses on the processes involved in policy formulation and the functions of citizens in such activity. Concerns include education, energy and environmental policies, decision making, and delivery of human services.

Internationally renowned facilitator and public participation consultant James L. Creighton offers a practical guide to designing and facilitating public participation of the public in environmental and public policy decision making.

Written for government officials, public and community leaders, and professional facilitators, The Public Participation Handbook is a toolkit for designing a.

The Advantages of Citizen Participation Citizen participation in public affairs "seems to hold a sacrosanct role in U.S. political culture" (Day1). The enthusiasm for incorporating citizens into democratic decision making is not limited to the United States: Many other countries have extensive initiatives in.

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AND TECHNOCRACY. no one other than the individual authors is responsible for the ideas advocated herein. A book‐length expansion of this symposium will be published by Lexington Books of D.C.

Heath and Company. power and the crisis in energy decision making, Industrial Crisis Quarterly, 4, 1, (49), ( Cited by: (). Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision Making.

Panel on Public Participation in Environmental Assess- ment and Decision Making, Thomas Dietz and Paul C. Stern, eds. Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change. Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies.

The book is a valuable resource for academics in the field of energy planning and policymaking, as well as practitioners in energy governance, energy and.

It builds upon the findings of a previous OECD report, Citizens as Partners: Information, Consultation and Public Participation (), which highlighted the lack of systematic evaluation of government efforts to engage citizens and civil society in policy making.

This book. Public Expertise: A Foundation for Citizen Participation in Energy and Environmental Decisions William J.

Kinsella. Part II. Evaluating Mechanisms for Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making. Decide, Announce, Defend: Turning the NEPA Process into an Advocacy Tool Rather than a Decision-Making Tool Judith Hendry. A comprehensive text on the theory and practice of public participation.

Written by two leaders in the field, Public Participation for 21 st Century Democracy explores the theory and practice of public participation in decision-making and problem-solving.

It examines how public participation developed over time to include myriad thick, thin, and conventional opportunities, occurring in both. Start date: | NEW BOOK (JAN '18): GOVERNING SHALE GAS: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON DEVELOPMENT, CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AND DECISION-MAKING | Shale energy development is an issue of.

Internationally renowned facilitator and public participation consultant James L. Creighton offers a practical guide to designing and facilitating public participation of the public in environmental and public policy decision making.

Written for government officials, public and community leaders, and professional facilitators, The Public Participation Handbook is a toolkit for designing a.

The Role of Public Participation in Energy Transitions provides a conceptual and empirical approach to stakeholder and citizen involvement in the ongoing energy transition conversation, focusing on projects surrounding energy conversion and efficiency, reducing energy demand, and using new forms of renewable energy ns review and contrast different approaches to citizen Book Edition: 1.

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Shale energy development is an issue of global importance. The number of reserves globally, and their potential economic return, have increased dramatically in the past decade. Questions abound, however, about the appropriate governance systems to manage the risks of unconventional oil and gas development and the ability for citizens to engage and participate in decisions regarding these by: 2.

The book then discusses the participation of citizens in decision-making processes in energy and environmental policy. The necessity of citizens' participation, failure of political parties, local decision making, and approval procedures for the federal emissions protection act are : $ “A Citizen’s Guide to Participation in Michigan’s Air Pollution Control Program” is designed to familiarize you with the concept of the public participation process, tell you how to effectively participate, and when that participation can occur during the decision-making process.

This process. Table of Contents. Preface Part I. Democracy and Technocracy: An Overview Citizen Participation and Technocracy by Jack DeSario and Stuart Langton The Politics of Policy Analysis: The Role of Citizen Participation in Analytic Decision Making by Mary Grisez Kweit and Robert W.

Kweit Public Service Centers: The Michigan Experience by Thomas L. Van Valey and James C. Peterson. Public participation, also known as citizen participation or public involvement, is the inclusion of the public in the activities of any organization or participation is similar to but more inclusive than stakeholder engagement.

Generally public participation seeks and facilitates the involvement of those potentially affected by or interested in a decision. Participation in decision-making processes means a possibility for the citizens, civil society organizations (CSOs) and other interested parties to influence the development of policies and laws which affect them.

The importance of engaging the public in these processes is increasingly recognized by EU institutions, CoE and national governments. This article reviews literature that explores civic engagement and environmental decision making in American politics; assesses its strengths and weaknesses; identifies broad areas of agreement and divergence; and pinpoints knowledge gaps that future research should address.

Specifically, it examines the background and history of public participation and environmental policy, emphasizing the Cited by: 3. shape decision-making processes and policy outcomes.

This practical func-tion of environmental communication is clearly relevant to the study of public participation mechanisms and practices. Participants in environmen-tal decision making utilize strategic communication in efforts to set agen.

Enhancing Citizen Participation in Decision-Making. J at PM ET by Beth Noveck. Twitter Facebook Email. Transparency, a concept we have discussed a lot in the Open Government Initiative, is a means to an end.

One of the important roles that transparency plays is to facilitate public participation in government decision-making.

Due to Federal pre-emption, most of the decision making regarding Diablo Canyon (Nuclear) Power Plant and SONGS are at the Federal level. This book focuses on California State regulatory agencies and public access thereof; a more comprehensive approach may be found at Wikibooks at Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant: The WikiBook.

Public participation can generally be defined as allowing people (stakeholders, interested parties, public) to influence the outcome of plans and working processes that constitute the operations of governance (CIS ).It can be practiced in different phases of integrated river basin management, but the public’s environmental understanding forms one basis for : Michaela Poppe, Gabriele Weigelhofer, Gerold Winkler.

Citizen participation (CP) aims to reinforce citizens' involvement in decision-making processes concerning significant choices that will affect their : Kheir Al-Kodmany. Clark is the coauthor of Slow Democracy: Rediscovering Community, Bringing Decision Making Back Home (Chelsea Green, ), and All Those In Favor: Rediscovering the Secrets of Town Meeting and Community (RavenMark, ).

Her work strengthening communities has included directing a community activists' network and facilitating town visioning /5(14). Overall, the book proposes a systemic, participatory, community-led approach required to achieve a form of legitimacy that allows communities to derive social priorities by a process of community visioning.

This book will be of great relevance to scholars and policy-makers with an interest in shale gas development, and energy policy and Edition: 1st Edition.

Good decision-making requires the knowledge, experiences, views and values of the public. The participation of citizens has become simpler through online government portals.

It is widely argued that increased community participation in government decision making produces many important benefits. Dissent is rare: It is difficult to envision anything but positive outcomes from citizens joining the policy process, collaborating with others and reaching consensus to bring about positive social and environmental by: Citizen participation for social innovation and co-creating urban regeneration proposals can be greatly facilitated by innovative IT systems.

Such systems can use Open Government Data, visualise urban proposals in 3D models and provide automated feedback on the feasibility of the proposals. Using such a system as a communication platform between citizens and city administrations provides an Cited by: 6.

Clark is the coauthor of Slow Democracy: Rediscovering Community, Bringing Decision Making Back Home (Chelsea Green, ), and All Those In Favor: Rediscovering the Secrets of Town Meeting and Community (RavenMark, ). Her work strengthening communities has included directing a community activists' network and facilitating town visioning.

“Public Citizen, the Sentinel of Democracy,” a book published intakes readers through the years and highlights the most salient accomplishments by the first generation of Public Citizen leaders – achievements that have altered the American marketplace, government and political culture in ways that reverberate today.

It means overthrowing dominant visions of public participation as discrete one-off events that have a linear impact on decision-making or behavioural and.

Book Description. The Professionalization of Public Participation is an edited collection of essays by leading and emerging scholars examining the emerging profession of public participation professionals. Public participation professionals are persons working in the public, private, or third sectors that are paid to design, implement, and/or facilitate participatory forums.Presented in this annotated bibliography are entries which deal with ethics, attitudes, and values and the relationship of these topics to the natural environment.

The entries (numbered consecutively throughout the book) are arranged by these categories and subcategories: (1) comprehensive--general, decision-making, planning, and population; (2) civilization--general, environmental design.Reconnecting with the sources of decisions that affect us, and with the processes of democracy itself, is at the heart of 21st-century sustainable communities.

Slow Democracy chronicles the ways in which ordinary people have mobilized to find local solutions to local problems.

It invites us to bring the advantages of "slow" to our community decision making.

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