2017 Energy Impacts Symposium

Paper and Poster Presentations

PLENARIES

DÉJÀ VU...OR SOMETHING NEW? COMMUNITY IMPACTS OF 21ST CENTURY ENERGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE LENS OF ‘BOOM TOWN DISRUPTION' STUDIES

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY

Richard Krannich

PUBLIC HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF UPSTREAM ENERGY DEVELOPMENT: A PLACE AT THE TABLE FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE

COLORADO SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Lisa Mckenzie

UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX

Benjamin K. Sovacool

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

PANEL PLENARIES

COMMUNITY PLANNING AND THE NORTH DAKOTA SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUND

POWER BALANCE: DEVELOPING A PROCEDURAL ENERGY JUSTICE STANDARD

CHALLENGES FACING THE KEEP IT IN THE GROUND MOVEMENT

APPLYING SOCIAL SCIENCE TO ENERGY RESEARCH PRIORITIES: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE COMMONWEALTH

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW

Joshua P. Fershée

Roman Sidortsov

MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA COLLEGE OF LAW

Monika Ehrman

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE

John Whitton

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND

Janet Stephenson

L’UNIVERSITÉ DE QUÉBEC À RIMOUSK

Marie-José Fortin

UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE

Will Rifkin

 

I. CONCEPTUALIZING ENERGY COMMUNITIES AND ENERGY IMPACTS

A CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF THE SOCIAL & ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF UNCONVENTIONAL FOSSIL FUEL EXTRACTION IN HOST REGIONS

A MULTIDIMENSIONAL RECONCEPTUALIZATION OF BOOMTOWN DEVELOPMENT AND ITS IMPACTS: THINKING REGIONALLY, SPATIALLY AND CONTEXTUALLY

THE SOCIAL LICENSE TO EXIT: CONCEPTUALIZING END-OF-LIFE IN ENERGY SYSTEMS

Tom Measham

CSIRO AUSTRALIA

Kai Schafft

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

Kathy Brasier, Arielle Hesse

Kate Sherren

DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR RESOURCE & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Julia Haggerty

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Katie Bills Walsh, Mark Haggerty

II. SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF PROJECT ACCEPTANCE I

STAKEHOLDER SUPPORT FOR FOREST-BASED BIOENERGY IN THE NORTHWESTERN US: COMPARING REGIONAL AND LOCAL LEVEL ANALYSES WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR FACILITY SITING

URGENCY, INEQUALITY AND ENERGY IMPERATIVES: DELIBERATING SHALE EXTRACTION IN THE US AND THE UK

“PERSONALLY, IT DOES NOT BOTHER ME ALL THAT MUCH”: RISK PERCEPTION AMONG PRO-NUCLEAR AND ANTI-NUCLEAR STAKEHOLDERS IN POST-FUKUSHIMA FRANCE

Tamara Laninga

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

Jillian Moroney, Soren Newman

Sarah Mills

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

Tristan Partridge

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,

SANTA BARBARA

Barbara Herr Harthorn

Julie Schweitzer

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

Tamara Mix

III. METHODS AND STRATEGIES

VISUALIZING RISKS OF FUTURE OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT: THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY LEASE MAPPING PROJECT

MORE THAN SUSTAINABILITY: A THREE AXES CONTINUUM TO ASSESS EMERGING ENERGY TRANSITIONS TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC EQUITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Kirk Jalbert

FRACTRACKER ALLIANCE

Ali Adil

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

THE SOCIAL LICENSE: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT

EXAMINING POTENTIAL ENERGY FUTURES WITH PROBABILISTIC INTEGRATED MODELING APPROACHES

Kristin Hayes

Todd Bryan, Alan Krupnick, Madeline Gottlieb

RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE/RESOLVE

Monica A. Dorning

U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Jay E. Diffendorfer, Steve L. Garman, Seth S. Haines, Karen Jenni, Cericia D. Martinez, Darius A. Semmens

IV. SHALE IMPACTS: HEALTH, COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIES

ASSESSING THE ENVIRONMENTALLY-RELATED HEALTH IMPACTS OF COAL SEAM GAS DEVELOPMENT IN QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

RURAL COMMUNITIES AND UNCONVENTIONAL GAS DEVELOPMENT: IMPACTS ON COMMUNITY WELL BEING AND RESILIENCE OVER TIME IN SURAT BASIN, QUEENSLAND

LANDOWNER AND BUSINESS STRATEGIES FOR COPING WITH UNCONVENTIONAL DRILLING ACTIVITY: EVIDENCE FROM MONTANA, NORTH DAKOTA, PENNSYLVANIA, AND WYOMING

STEPS TOWARD SHARED MEASURES OF IMPACT - DO WE WANT PRIMARY INDICATORS?

Angie Werner

UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND, BRISBANE

A. Page, C.M. Cameron, S. Vink, P. Jagals, K. Watt

Andrea Walton

CSIRO AUSTRALIA

Rod McCrea, Rosemary Leonard

Tim Kelsey

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

Julia Haggerty, Paul Lachapelle, Roger Coupal, David Kay

Will Rifkin

UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, HUNTER RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Katherine Witt, Jo-Anne Everingham

V. SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF PROJECT ACCEPTANCE II

CHANGES IN PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR AN OFFSHORE WIND FARM FROM CONSTRUCTION TO OPERATION

CHANGING TIDES: ACCEPTABILITY, SUPPORT, AND PERCEPTIONS OF TIDAL ENERGY IN WASHINGTON STATE, USA

HOW TECHNOLOGY PROGRESSIVISM AND SKEPTICISM UNDERLIE AND SHAPE LANDOWNER RESPONSES TO PERENNIAL ENERGY CROPS

David Bidwell

Jeremy Firestone, Meryl Gardner

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

Stacia Dreyer

Hilary J. Polis, Lekelia D. Jenkins

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

Emily Grubert

Jade Suganuma

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Weston M. Eaton

Clare Hinrichs, Morey Burnham, Theresa Selfa

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

VI. POLITICAL ECOLOGIES AND ENERGY LANDSCAPES

REFINING RESISTANCE: EVOLVING ENTANGLEMENTS TOWARDS A JUST TRANSITION

CLEAN ENERGY AND WATER CONFLICTS: CONTESTED NARRATIVES OF SMALL HYDROPOWER IN MEXICO’S SIERRA MADRE ORIENTAL

“COAL IS OUR FOOD, COAL IS IN OUR BLOOD:” ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IMPLICATIONS OF COMMUNITY-BASED GARDENING PROGRAMS IN RURAL APPALACHIA

RICHES AND RUIN(S): NATURAL GAS EXTRACTION AND INDUCED EARTHQUAKES IN GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS

Mia Renauld

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

Noah Silber-Coats

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

Elyzbeth Engle

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

Elisabeth N. Moolenaar

UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN

VII. SHALE IMPACTS: POST FACTO ASSESSMENTS

IMPACT OF SHALE OIL DEVELOPMENT ON AGRICULTURAL LAND: A GIS ANALYSIS OF LAND USE

Felix Fernando

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON

Jon Stika

ASSET OWNERSHIP, WINDFALLS, AND INCOME: EVIDENCE FROM OIL AND GAS ROYALTIES

Jason Brown

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF KANSAS CITY

J. Weber, T. Fitzgerald

Daniel Karney

OHIO UNIVERSITY

Daniel Kloepfer

THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF SHALE GAS DEVELOPMENTS: A LONG-TERM ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON ACROSS REGIONS IN THE USA

Isha Rajbhandari

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Mark Partridge

VIII. PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS

HORIZONTAL DRILLING, CHANGING PATTERNS OF EXTRACTION, AND PIECEMEAL PARTICIPATION: A CASE STUDY OF MULTI-WELL PAD SITING IN GREELEY, COLORADO

Adrianne Kroepsch

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES

FUELING OPPOSITION: REGULATORY REVIEW OF CANADIAN PIPELINES

PROCEDURAL JUSTICE, DEVELOPER TRANSPARENCY AND THE WIND ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

Rebecca Colvin

THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

Nichole Dusyk

SIMON FRASIER UNIVERSITY

Jeremy Firestone

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

Ben Hoen, Joe Rand, Debi Elliot

IX. ENERGY COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION AND EMPOWERMENT

COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION TO LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS FACILITY SITING IN OREGON

ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF ENERGY-RELATED LANDOWNER COALITIONS ON THE LONG-TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF OF PENNSYLVANIA FARMING COMMUNITIES

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Holly Peterson

Hilary Boudet

Grace Wildermuth

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

UNDERSTANDING WHEN LOCAL PUBLICS PROTEST PUBLIC GOODS: PREDICTING WIND ENERGY PROTESTS

Leah Stokes

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA

Amanda Buday

FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

“COAL IS OUR FOOD, COAL IS IN OUR BLOOD:” ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IMPLICATIONS OF COMMUNITY-BASED GARDENING PROGRAMS IN RURAL APPALACHIA

Elyzabeth Engle

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

RICHES AND RUIN(S): NATURAL GAS EXTRACTION AND INDUCED EARTHQUAKES IN GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS

Elisabeth Moolenaar

UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN

POSTER SESSION, GAMES, & HEAVY HORS D’OEUVRES

TECHNOLOGY WON’T SAVE US ALL: ON DEMOCRACY, PROGRESS AND CLEAN ENERGY TRANSITIONS

HOW HYDRAULIC FRACTURING'S WATER, WASTE, AND LAND-USE FOOTPRINT HAS AFFECTED SOUTHEAST OHIOANS

WIND AND SOLAR POWER PROJECTS AND ENERGY JUSTICE: EMERGING PATTERNS FROM PERIPHERAL COMMUNITIES

NUCLEAR COLONIALISM: A POLITICAL ECOLOGY OF URANIUM MINING ON NAVAJO LANDS

BEYOND “PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE”: COGNITIVE DEFICITS AND DEMOCRACY IN THE INDIAN NUCLEAR POLITICS

PREDICTORS OF TOURISTS’ SUPPORT FOR AN OFFSHORE WIND PROJECT

AGENCY, RISK, AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: THE STORY OF LANDOWNERS AND THE SHALE GAS INDUSTRY

DO POOR PEOPLE THINK DIFFERENTLY FROM RICH PEOPLE? INVESTIGATING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE OF ELECTRICITY DEMAND RESPONSE BEHAVIORS ACROSS INCOME LEVELS IN THE UNITED STATES

DOES GREEN STIMULUS DAMAGE THE RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET EFFICIENCY?

POLITICAL IDEOLOGY, PERCEIVED SCIENTIFIC CONSENSUS, AND PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR UNCONVENTIONAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT IN THE U.S.

HOW RADICAL ARE PIPELINE OPPONENTS? EXAMINING THE ATTITUDES, ACTIONS, AND VALUES OF CANADIAN ADVOCATES

ACROSS THE NORTHERN PRAIRIE: LOOKING AT ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES AND SUPPLEMENTAL LAND USE PATTERNS ACROSS THE NORTHERN PLAINS

POWERING SELF-DETERMINATION? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIGENOUS-OWNED RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

SUPER EMITTERS IN THE U.S. COAL-FIRED POWER INDUSTRY: COMPARING EMISSIONS INEQUALITY ACROSS FACILITIES AND PARENT COMPANIES

IN-PLACE OR OUT-OF-PLACE? SMOOTH SAILING OR CHOPPY SEAS FOR OFFSHORE WIND POWER

THE INFLUENCE OF ENERGY PRODUCTION ON STATE-LEVEL CO2 EMISSIONS IN THE U.S., 1997-2002

RECOGNIZING THE RESEARCH BURDEN: RESEARCH FATIGUE IN COMMUNITIES WITH UNCONVENTIONAL OIL & GAS

COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF SHALE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT IN EASTERN OHIO

A ROLE-PLAYING GAME ON FOOD-ENERGY-WATER NEXUS TO REDUCE THE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AT HOUSEHOLD LEVEL

KNOWLEDGE CARTOGRAPHIES: EVALUATING THE MOBILIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE IN U.S. HYDRAULIC FRACTURING RULEMAKING

PERCEPTIONS OF FAIRNESS OF PROCESS: THE BLOCK ISLAND OFFSHORE WIND PROJECT

GOLDILOCKS COMMUNITIES OF THE MARCELLUS AND UTICA SHALE PLAYS

SPATIAL VARIATION IN TRAVEL BEHAVIOR AND DEMAND FOR CONNECTED AND AUTOMATED VEHICLES UNDER DIFFERENT OPERATIONAL MODELS

DEVELOPING AN AREA-BASED ENERGY GINI INDEX TO ASSESS THE UNEQUAL GEOGRAPHY OF LARGE-SCALE ENERGY PRODUCTION AND ASSOCIATED SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS

ASSESSING HYDROPOWER IMPACTS IN ASIA’S HYDROPOWER HOTSPOT

PARTISANSHIP, PARADOX AND POLICY: REGULATORY EXAGGERATION AND UNCONVENTIONAL OIL AND GAS GOVERNANCE

HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS AS LEADERS IN SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH COMMUNITY SOLAR DEVELOPMENT

SUSTAINABLE WASTE-TO-ENERGY STRATEGIES FOR SITTEE RIVER, BELIZE

“WHY ARE WE BEING PUNISHED AND THEY ARE BEING REWARDED?” RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AND RURAL EXTRACTIVE COMMUNITIES IN UTAH

GENDER AND RESPONSES TO AN INTENSE WAVE OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING

RECONCILING U.S. ENERGY POLICY WITH THE PRINCIPLES OF ENERGY JUSTICE: CURRENT RESEARCH AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

U.S. STATE AND LOCAL OIL AND GAS REVENUES

RIGGING THE RISK GAME?: DELIMITING DISSENT RELATED TO UNCONVENTIONAL RESOURCE EXTRACTION

THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY CAPITALS ON SITING ENERGY, FUEL, AND HIGH-TECH REFINERY PROJECTS

PROCEDURAL CLIMATE JUSTICE?: A MULTI-SCALAR CASE STUDY OF UNCONVENTIONAL OIL AND GAS REGULATION & GOVERNANCE IN THE U.S. AND ARGENTINA

DRILL BABY DRILL?: VIEWS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT IN BAKKEN COMMUNITIES

LEASING AND ROYALTY INCOME HOUSEHOLD SPENDING DECISIONS IN THE MARCELLUS SHALE REGION

ONGOING LEARNING AND ADJUSTMENTS TO IMPROVE SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE OF ENERGY FACILITIES: QUEBEC'S WIND ENERGY (2000-2016)

INEQUALITIES IN THE ACCESS PROCESS TO PROPERTY LAND FOR TERRAWINDS PROJECT

WIND FARM IN MURDOCHVILLE, A FRAGILE COMMUNITY: ECONOMIC IMPACTS ON TOURISM ACTIVITIES

SOCIAL COHESION, AN IMPACT TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT! THE MRC DE L'ÉRABLE'S WINDFARM

NICOLAS-RIOU'S WIND FARM AS A MODEL FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ECONOMIC IMPACT ON GOVERNMENTAL AUTONOMY OF MI'GMAQS IN THE GASPESIE REGION

Carlo Altamirano-Allende

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

Walter E. "Ted" Auch

THE FRACTRACKER ALLIANCE

Aparajita Banerjee

MICHIGAN TECH UNIVERSITY

Marisol Becerra

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Jacob Bethem

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

Monamie Bhadra

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

David Bidwell

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

Kathryn Bills Walsh

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Dylan Bugden

CORNELL UNIVERSITY

Chien-Fei Chen

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

Shu-Ling Chen

NATIONAL TAIPEI UNIVERSITY

Christopher Clarke

GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY

Nichole Dusyk

SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY

Joshua Fergen

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Eryn Fitzgerald

UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

Anya M. Galli Robertson

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND COLLEGE PARK

Meryl Gardner

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

Pierce Greenberg

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

Julia Haggerty

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Paige E. Hagley

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Muhammad Adnan Hanif

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

Max Harleman

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

Arielle Hesse

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

Christine Hirt

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

Anne Junod

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Scott Kelley

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ENERGY INSTITUTE

Joohee Lee

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

Darrin Magee

HOBART AND WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGES

Adam Mayer

COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

Gilbert Michaud

OHIO UNIVERSITY

Kevin Moens

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

Sharlissa Moore

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Evvan V. Morton

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

Jonathan Norris

OHIO UNIVERSITY

Shawn K. Olson-Hazboun

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY

Christopher Podeschi

BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Emily Prehoda

MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

Daniel Raimi

RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE

Dakota Raynes

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

Kelli Roemer

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Stacia Ryder

COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

Colton Smith

OHIO UNIVERSITY

Kristin Smith

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Jessica Urlich-Schad

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

Grace Wildermuth

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

Max D. Woodworth

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Chad Zanocco

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Marie-José Fortin

UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À RIMOUSKI

Christian Duguay

UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À RIMOUSKI

Lauryane Chevarie

UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À RIMOUSKI

Marianne Lefebvre-Campbell

UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À RIMOUSKI

Noémie Bernier

UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À RIMOUSKI

Roxanne Leblanc

UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À RIMOUSKI

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