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JUS 444 - Week 13 Notes

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JUS 444 - Week 13 Notes JUS 444

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Class: Environmental Justice School: Arizona State University Notes: Week 13 notes (November 10th and 12th)
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Date Created: 11/16/15
jUS 444 Week 131 HnaIPaper o ntext citations use at least one for the outline Rough draftoutline due next Thursday 0 Intro three sections siting and intentionality ef ciency and equity and sustainability and justice conclusion Topics for nal paper 0 Comparison of major utilities SRP and APS Water planning and policies 0 CAP SRP Roosevelt Dam 1911 Bureau of Reclamation in AZ Ground water management act 1980 GRIC water settlement 2014 0 Land 0 Development history local agricultural history Agritopia 0 Transportation 0 Light rail why does it run the way it runs who built it why bus routes highway system planning 0 Technology 0 NC Intel Apple the Boneyard air planes why is it in Arizona recycling 0 Energy 0 Solar programs Solona Solar City net metering controversy ASU solar programs ASU carbon zero 2025 o Bioenergy experiments at ASU TPS o Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Stations regulations hopes for the future 0 Navajo Nation coal uranium Policies 0 Clean waterair act in AZ how they were proposed why 0 People cultures and community Resources 0 ASU RefWorks o OWL o LL Bird on Fire 0 Water argument 0 How do you get 4 million people living in one of the most arid places in the United States 0 Development argument 0 The growth patterns of a city like Phoenix are unsustainable 0 Due to speci c choices made historically that created patterns that are still followed today 0 Based on values not environmental constraints 0 If Phoenix can become sustainable than any city can Governance argument 0 Government does not want to hear about how the area can no longer grow anymore 0 How we govern and manage these resources 0 How Phoenix address these social political and environmental patterns will determine the future of the city and region Why did Ross choose Phoenix 0 Phoenix is both exceptional unique in terms of culture scale etc yet normal politics are typical 0 Extreme environmental issues and reluctant political bodies Larger context of climate change 0 Longer periods of drought longer periods of rain Climate change 0 Both a scienti c object and a political object JUS 444 Week 132 0 Water in Phoenix 0 How is it successful Roosevelt Provided irrigation prevented oods and provided power hydroelectric CAP water ows uphill to money 0 Even though all resources are used the population continues to grow 0 How is it unsustainable Lake Mead 100 ft evaporation The town that went dry Magdalena Smaller scale 0 Drilling deeper and having trucks bring in water is not going to work on the scale of Phoenix 0 Water 0 Water is a complex and nite resource 0 Technology 0 Bad the products we create with technology can have negative consequences in our health by getting into our water and food products Few chemicals are actually regulated and banned 0 Good can help remove these consequential products


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