Half-Length and the FACT Framework: Distance-Decay and Citizen Opposition to Energy Facilities
Partially funded under U.S. National Science Foundation Award #1737191 as well as the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University. The funding sources had no involvement in research design, data collection, or analysis and interpretation of the data.
Land Use Policy
Clean Energy -- Public Policy
- Half-length measures the distance within which half of citizen comments occur,
- The FACT siting framework (Favorability, citizen Ability, opposition Corridors, and spatial Template) is defined,
- The spatial template where a siting project occurs predicts the location of citizen comments,
- Corridors of opposition include physical as well as information technology infrastructure
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Nelson, H. T., Wikstrom, K., Hass, S., & Sarle, K. (2021). Half-length and the FACT framework: Distance-decay and citizen opposition to energy facilities. Land Use Policy, 101, 105101. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.105101
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