COMMUNITY-BASED ENERGY AND THE REVITALIZATION OF CIVIC CULTURE. Steven M. Hoffman, Ph.D. University of St. Thomas St. Paul, Minnesota USA Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development De Montfort University Leicester, England June 30, 2004. Acknowledgements. Dr. Patrick Devine-Wright
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Steven M. Hoffman, Ph.D.
University of St. Thomas
St. Paul, Minnesota
Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development
De Montfort University
June 30, 2004
Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute
that come out of the environmental justice movement
in a fairly shallow way
after the process is completed
Sustained engagement, robust deliberative possibilities, and the clear ability to affect policy outcomes;
“stealth” democracy, an as-if citizenship, and non-deliberative deliberation?
values, beliefs and core ideas animating each initiative
externally directed, i.e., newsletters, pamphlets, material
on the website, speeches
externally directed, i.e., local print media coverage
MINNESOTA: Land of 10,000 Lakes CULTURE
CERTs PROJECT AREAS CULTURE
Community Wind North and Community Wind South, and
the TRIMONT project