The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy by C. MitchellThe Political Economy of Sustainable Energy by C. Mitchell

The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy

byC. Mitchell

Paperback | December 4, 2007

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This book analyzes the extent to which the current political paradigm is capable of meeting the challenges of climate change. Placing the UK in comparative perspective, leading energy expert Catherine Mitchell argues for a new way of approaching policy towards energy and sustainability
CATHERINE MITCHELL is Professor of Energy Policy at Exeter University, UK, and has worked in the energy arena for over twenty years. She has advised governments and NGOs around the world. She was International Advisor to the New Zealand Government for the 2006-2007 New Zealand Energy Strategy and National Energy Efficiency and Conserv...
Title:The Political Economy of Sustainable EnergyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:248 pagesPublished:December 4, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230241727

ISBN - 13:9780230241725

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Table of Contents

Breaking Free of the Band of Iron
The Regulatory State Paradigm and Its Challenges
The Difficulty of Delivering the Right Change Quickly Enough
Preferable Intervention The Pursuit of Nuclear Power
Renewable Energy in the UK
Markets and Networks Pure Paradigm and Effect
New Zealand as a Case Study
Examining European Political Paradigms
Just-do-it: Solutions, Opportunities and Realities

Editorial Reviews

'...Mitchell...knows how to clearly set out complicated issues. Her arguments are well thought out, passionate and exciting...The publication of her book is very timely...'- Power UK (Platts)  '...Mitchell has done an excellent job of distilling the torrent of Government pronouncements and an immense amount of research into a meaningful and manageable volume. More than that, she has made sense of the tensions between short and long term decisions which Governments face.'- Colin Axon, Energy Group Newsletter