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ⓘ Alternative Energy: Political, Economic, and Social Feasibility




Alternative Energy: Political, Economic, and Social Feasibility
                                     

ⓘ Alternative Energy: Political, Economic, and Social Feasibility

Alternative Energy: Political, Economic, and Social Feasibility, a 2006 book by Christopher A. Simon, discusses the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The book has been called a "sophisticated, insightful, and well written book on the current global push to adopt varying forms of alternative energy, from wind to solar, geothermal, hydrogen, and beyond".

In 2008, Christopher Simon, associate professor of political science at the University of Nevada, Reno, was named the" Technology Educator of the Year” by Nevadas Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.

                                     
  • tools. Technology then becomes implemented by people in their social and economic contexts and results in a major shaping process. The participatory approach
  • Phase Desert energy could be a stimulus for growth and make an important contribution when it comes to coping with the social and economic challenges in
  • bargaining power between workers and capitalists, which was subject to the influence of non - economic presumably social and political factors. The mutualist tendency
  • response to major changes in the economy, internal politics and international political and economic developments. An important distinction emerged between
  • increasingly detached from the process of producing economic value, leading to waste, inefficiency, and social issues. Essentially, it is a distortion of proper
  • labour and business interest groups and the government to establish economic policy. This is sometimes also referred to as neo - corporatism or social democratic
  • based on energy taxes. The issue came up again in 2004, when oil reached 40 a barrel causing a meeting of 25 EU finance ministers to lower economic growth
  • decisions and policies there will be a set of values which will be more relevant for example, economic feasibility and environmental protection and which

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