4 edition of Enerugī kenkyū kaihatsu kihon keikaku found in the catalog.
|Statement||Naikaku Sōri Daijin|
|Publishers||Naikaku Sōri Daijin|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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Sovacool 2011 argues that it is investments in renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency which will enhance energy security.
How does the Japanese state act as a mediator on risk associated with nuclear power plants and what are the resulting spatial structures of the nuclear industry? 1976 Of Acceptable Risk: Science and the Determination of Safety. Woods, Michael 2010 Power, Partnership and Participation: Engaging Communities and Community Assets. As early as the 1970s, central government also began establishing branch offices and atomic energy centres in targeted host localities, allowing for the exchange of information and opinion between government officials and local citizens.
Right: Winner of the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award in the 15th Nuclear Energy Day poster competition, Chika Kusanagi 14 years old, Miyagi.
YIMBY efforts, which are a major policy implication of NIMBY actions in Japan, have to address questions of dispute management and interest mediation, information asymmetries associated with differences in bargaining power within the context of differing perceptions of risk. Pierson, Paul 2004 Politics in Time: History, Institutions, and Social Analysis. through the execution of the Three Power Source Development Laws. the development of local, community-based renewable energy Iida 2008:79-80.
Nuclear power plants operating smoothly, generating local property tax income, employment, discounts on electricity bills in combination with vast amounts of public subsidy, also increases local identification with the nuclear power plant and raises the willingness of communities to accept further expansion of the existing site — and to run even more risks due to the lack of concerns and fears and the lowered perception of risk Lowrance, 1976; Gerrard, 1994:111.
orgJapan ranks among the worldwide top ten countries that rely on nuclear power for electricity generation. Based on incentives for host communities, the goal was to promote the establishment of electric power plants and the utilisation of other energy types as alternatives to oil. DeWit 2012 highlights the July 1, 2012 introduction of the feed-in tariff as a major step to encourage the diffusion of renewable power capacity through guaranteed markets and process.
Thus, the key point is that the dynamic for change emerges from questions about the process of power plant siting; with a systematic and critical review of this process comes the potential for desperately needed regional development policy innovation. 1994 Whose Backyard, Whose Risk: Fear and Fairness in Toxic and Nuclear Waste Siting. Available from: Accessed 10 July 2012.
Inhaber, Herbert 1998 Slaying the NIMBY Dragon. The important questions are: why has Japan been consistently successful at the siting of controversial facilities like nuclear power plants since the 1960s, despite previous incidents Enerugī kenkyū kaihatsu kihon keikaku despite public concern about nuclear risk?
But how do we move forward in making the recipients of top-down central government donations more independent of traditional authorities and the vicious cycle of subsidies and compensation? This concept is not in fact new but could gain some new momentum to reconfigure state-society relations to more closely suit the needs of communities.
What creates public opposition and NIMBYism is, according to Gerrard 1994:99-106 , dread, intrusion, mistrust and despair among the affected local people who consider the risk-benefit balance unfavourable.
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