Energy and Society: Public Views and Responses to the Emerging Energy Regime
Advisor:Sharp, Jeff S.
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Series/Report no.:Human and Community Resource Development. Graduate student poster competition, 2007
This work represents an exploratory study of public attitudes about energy availability and measures related to addressing shortfalls in energy supplies. The study also examines household responses to increased energy costs during this earliest stages of a potential new energy regime. The study finds mixed views about energy availability, especially in the foreseeable future. Despite this, the study finds overwhelming support for energy conservation and alternative energy development. The study also finds that recent increases in energy costs caused substantial financial and economic hardships among Ohio households.
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