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JUS 444 - Week 11 Notes

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Class: Environmental Justice School: Arizona State University Notes: Week 11 (October 27th and 29th)
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Date Created: 11/01/15
JUS 444 Week 11:1 Looking at national policies and seeing Arizona’s position on it** Potential idea for final essay – clean power plan Review from last week  Efficiency/Equity o Efficiency: bring together economic parameters; market driver; commodification of resources (water, air); privatization; efficiency leads to less water; regulatory bodies important o Equity: transparency; political procedures and participatory process; historical context; power intergenerational and interspecies concerns o Bringing these together in relation to energy... How does nuclear relate to these topics  Clean power plan o Proposed in 2014, passed by Executive Order in April 2015 o Proposes limits for each state for carbon emissions o If state do not pass their own CPP, then the EPA will mandate one for them o States need to come up with their own plan to decrease carbon emissions Endres: Nuclear Discourse  What are major concerns of nuclear power/weapons complexes/  Two major points o Nuclear colonialism in relation to nuclear energy production o Discourse an important part of recognition  Nuclear imperatives: the cold war o Military imperatives over democratic rights o National security paramount o Demonstrate mastery of atom and sophistication of American science and technology o Attempt to assure public of peaceful atom o Promotional material/propaganda  A is for Atom (1952)  Main aspects: o There’s no downside to nuclear power – nothing could go wrong, and this is the answer  Main problem with nuclear: o Cancer caused by radioactive isotopes o We don’t know what the health affects are o How this was introduced to the public  Public given no say  Nuclear Power at Shipping port (1953) o The types of attitudes these film project  Positivity  The atom is under complete control by American scientists o What is the appropriate role of the public in these iterations?  Understanding over fear  It is coming whether you want it to or not, so accept it  Control and mastery taken for granted  Be prepared, though!


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