Publication Date

2011

Degree Name

MA in Sustainable Development

First Advisor

Nikoi-Kote-Nikoi

Abstract

Environmental management has always been important for global sustainability and has becoming even more critical in the face of climate change, the expansion of the global economy, and explosive population growth. Energy resource management is one of the critical areas that need to be address on the international, national, state and local levels. This paper presents a case study of the state of Vermont’s efforts towards energy management. Special attention is paid to governance of its energy systems and the ensuing results. The research looked at the energy supply and consumption profiles of the state, how those factors influenced policies, and highlights of selected policies

Disciplines

Energy Policy | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Sustainability

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