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Author Stokes, Leah Cardamore.
Title Short circuiting policy [electronic resource] : interest groups and the battle over clean energy and climate policy in the American states / Leah Cardamore Stokes.
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2020]



Descript pages cm.
Contents When new policies fail to create a new politics -- An institutional history of electricity politics and climate inaction -- Policy feedback : networked and influential advocates use the public to drive clean energy leadership in Texas -- A direct line to legislators and regulators : fossil fuel corporations and the limitations of Texas's renewable energy laws -- Retrenchment by a thousand cuts : fossil fuel opponents drive polarization on clean energy in Kansas -- Regulatory capture : electric utilities retrench Arizona's net metering laws -- When the fog of enactment lifts : late action brings rapid retrenchment of Ohio's renewable energy laws.
Note .
ISBN 9780190074265 (paperback)
9780190074258 (hardback)
9780190074289 (epub)
9780190074296
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Author Stokes, Leah Cardamore.
Series Studies in postwar American political development
Subject Energy policy -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Clean energy -- Government policy -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Climatic changes -- Political aspects -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Lobbying -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Pressure groups -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Descript pages cm.
Contents When new policies fail to create a new politics -- An institutional history of electricity politics and climate inaction -- Policy feedback : networked and influential advocates use the public to drive clean energy leadership in Texas -- A direct line to legislators and regulators : fossil fuel corporations and the limitations of Texas's renewable energy laws -- Retrenchment by a thousand cuts : fossil fuel opponents drive polarization on clean energy in Kansas -- Regulatory capture : electric utilities retrench Arizona's net metering laws -- When the fog of enactment lifts : late action brings rapid retrenchment of Ohio's renewable energy laws.
Note .
ISBN 9780190074265 (paperback)
9780190074258 (hardback)
9780190074289 (epub)
9780190074296
Author Stokes, Leah Cardamore.
Series Studies in postwar American political development
Subject Energy policy -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Clean energy -- Government policy -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Climatic changes -- Political aspects -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Lobbying -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Pressure groups -- United States -- States -- Case studies.

Subject Energy policy -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Clean energy -- Government policy -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Climatic changes -- Political aspects -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Lobbying -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Pressure groups -- United States -- States -- Case studies.
Descript pages cm.
Contents When new policies fail to create a new politics -- An institutional history of electricity politics and climate inaction -- Policy feedback : networked and influential advocates use the public to drive clean energy leadership in Texas -- A direct line to legislators and regulators : fossil fuel corporations and the limitations of Texas's renewable energy laws -- Retrenchment by a thousand cuts : fossil fuel opponents drive polarization on clean energy in Kansas -- Regulatory capture : electric utilities retrench Arizona's net metering laws -- When the fog of enactment lifts : late action brings rapid retrenchment of Ohio's renewable energy laws.
Note .
ISBN 9780190074265 (paperback)
9780190074258 (hardback)
9780190074289 (epub)
9780190074296

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