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JUS 444 - Week 14 Notes

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Class: Environmental Justice School: Arizona State University Notes: Week 14 (November 17th) Note: No class on November 19th due to paper proposal
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Dr. Richter
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Date Created: 11/20/15
JUS 444 Week 14:1  Environmental Justice: Water and Energy o 17,000 sq. miles = greater phoenix o Water pumped 300 miles uphill (35% of water supply) o CAP: 1.5 million acre feet to Pima, Pinal and Maricopa  CAGRD  AWS rules every 10 years for 100 years (assessment for how much water is available in Arizona)  How to realistically plan for the drought-filled future, when plans are based on a relatively wet-past?  Using energy to move water: NGS o Navajo Generation Station  Owned by SRP  2,250 MW  Coal from black mesa  Hiring (86%)  Scrubbers for some particulate matter  Still emits 18 million tons of CO2/year  Growth dictating energy use o Energy also dictates growth o Mantra of growth: increasing tax base for more spending o Resist regulations that control sprawl, growth, and rate of growth o “Sprawl as heritage” (57) o Developers create growth, not respond to it  Social/economic costs/benefits of sprawl o Costs?  Economic opportunity, but for who?  Household income expenses are cheap, but transportation is expensive  Limited transportation options  Environmental disruption – constantly tarring down communities for roads o Benefits?  Economic opportunity  Privacy  Property investment o Is this level of growth sustainable? For how many? For how many? To what standards?  Need to keep transportation costs low, household income needs to be high to invest in housing, increase economic opportunity without compromising regulations  CH 3: The battle for downtown o Ross’ major points in this chapter? o Why are downtown areas seen as a critical place for sustainable future?  Make the turn from turning a downtown from offices and no people to a place where people want to be o Master-planned exurban community vs. mixed-use and mixed-income downtown cores  What are the assumptions about each method of settlement?  What values are embedded in each?  How sustainable is each method? o Urbanism as a critical category  Jane Jacobs: 1916-2006  Death and life of Great American Cities (1961) o Fleeing cities to live by themselves in the suburbs o Isolation and destructive o Zoning laws too restrictive o Advocate for mixed-use, mixed-income development o Planning in Phoenix  Urban Village Model: (1979)  Work, shop, and recreate, but no employment o Downtown voices Coalition  How to protect historic places  Affordable housing o Governance of the green city  Sustainable  Community  Economy  Environment


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