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Land Use Implications of "Next Generation" Energy Production and Transport

Land Use Implications of "Next Generation" Energy Production and Transport


NC Bar Association, Zoning, Planning and Land Use Section Annual Meeting
(May 30, 2012)

The debate over energy production—and how to prioritize various competing factors such as environmental impact, affordability, and self-sufficiency—continues on, as it has for decades in this country.  As energy independence plays an increasingly prominent role in the debate, emphasis has increased on domestic production of conventional resources (such as natural gas) as well as increased development of our abundant renewable resources (such as wind, solar, and biomass).  However, domestic energy production is not free of challenges and obstacles. 

Read the entirety of  Land Use Implications of ‘Next Generation’ Energy Production and Transport written by M. Gray Styers, Jr. and Charlotte Mitchell for the NC Bar Association, Zoning, Planning and Land Use Section Annual Meeting in May 2012.

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