CFP: Power, Drivers, and Narratives in Sustainable Energy Transitions - 4S 2019 New Orleans (September 4-7, 2019)

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elmo, « CFP: Power, Drivers, and Narratives in Sustainable Energy Transitions - 4S 2019 New Orleans (September 4-7, 2019) », EASA Energy Anthropology Network, ID : 10670/1.6nksp1


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To those interested in STS perspectives on energy transitions, please consider submitting your abstract to the Open Panel 106: As energy transitions are happening everywhere, two dominant and competing narratives are shaping policies, markets, and public imaginations. On the one hand, post-Paris climate action appears to be the driving force behind energy-related efforts in the global North; while rapid access to modern energy services dominates the landscape of actions in the global South. ...

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