This book chapter provides a new lens for identifying exclusionary zoning that focuses on the economic effects instead of any particular characteristic, looking at the extent to which the economic values of public services like high-quality public schools are capitalized into property values.
This book chapter synthesizes the body of work using complexity science—the study of complex adaptive systems—to explore the theoretical and empirical bases for thinking of legal systems as complex adaptive systems.
This book chapter discusses specific policy changes to electric power mandates, subsidies, and retail customer charges that can help facilitate the transition to deep decarbonization of the power sector.
This book chapter examines how people's common misperceptions of the environmental impact of energy and water use behaviors influence behavioral choices and environmental outcomes, concluding that correcting these misperceptions could be an integral part of a successful strategy to reduce consumption.
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