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Science often struggles to find answers in a world of complexity and uncertainty and deliberative democracy has been used as a way to bring in public values to help guide the scientific process. This study looks at Arizona’s energy system through a theoretical lens and three separate efforts to democratize dialogue around energy in Arizona. The Arizona Town Hall, Emerge and the Solar Summit are all efforts to engage a more diverse range of stakeholders and keep dialogue progressing.

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https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-71

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Deliberative Systems View of Efforts to Democratize Energy in Arizona

Science often struggles to find answers in a world of complexity and uncertainty and deliberative democracy has been used as a way to bring in public values to help guide the scientific process. This study looks at Arizona’s energy system through a theoretical lens and three separate efforts to democratize dialogue around energy in Arizona. The Arizona Town Hall, Emerge and the Solar Summit are all efforts to engage a more diverse range of stakeholders and keep dialogue progressing.

 

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