Pipeline Politics: Assessing the Benefits and Harms of Energy Policy

by
Madelon L. Finkel Ph.D.author

Madelon L. Finkel, PhD, is professor of health care policy and research and director of the Office of Global Health Education at Weill Cornell Medical College.

Pipeline Politics: Assessing the Benefits and Harms of Energy Policy

20180930

Praeger

Pages 248
Topics Health and Wellness

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Pipeline Politics: Assessing the Benefits and Harms of Energy Policy

Author(s): Finkel, Madelon;
Contributors: Finkel, Madelon;
Abstract:

An essential review of the history, benefits, limitations, failures, and politics of pipelines, with a core focus on potential harms to environmental and human health.


• Clearly presents the benefits, limitations, and dangers of transporting crude oil and natural gas by pipeline

• Simply explains pipeline dangers to human health and the environment posed by spills, leaks, and explosions

• Presents a history of pipelines to enable readers to put current debates in perspective

• Addresses how pipeline politics are leading to the construction of more pipelines

SortTitle: pipeline politics: assessing the benefits and harms of energy policy
Keyword(s): Health and Wellness
Author Info:
Madelon L. Finkel Ph.D.author

Madelon L. Finkel, PhD, is professor of health care policy and research and director of the Office of Global Health Education at Weill Cornell Medical College.

eISBN-13: 9781440861864
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440861857
Imprint: Praeger
Pages: 248
Publication Date: 20180930