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When Fracking Comes To Town edited by Sabina Deitrick

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When Fracking Comes To Town edited by Sabina Deitrick

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When Fracking Comes to Town traces the response of local communities to the shale gas revolution.

Rather than cast communities as powerless to respond to oil and gas companies and their landmen, it shows that communities have adapted their local rules and regulations to meet the novel challenges accompanying unconventional gas extraction through fracking. The multidisciplinary perspectives of this volume's essays tie together insights from planners, legal scholars, political scientists, and economists. What emerges is a more nuanced perspective of shale gas development and its impacts on municipalities and residents.

Unlike many political debates that cast fracking in black-and-white terms, this book's contributors embrace the complexity of local responses to fracking. States adapted legal institutions to meet the new challenges posed by this energy extraction process while under-resourced municipal officials and local planning offices found creative ways to alleviate pressure on local infrastructure and reduce harmful effects of fracking on the environment. The essays in When Fracking Comes to Town tell a story of community resilience with the rise and decline of shale gas production.

Editors: Sabina E. Deitrick, Ilia Murtazashvili
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Publish Date: January 2022
Page Count: 318
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 150176098X
ISBN-13: 978-1501760983
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