Skip to main content

Posts

Featured

CfP RGS-IBG 2019: Future Research Agendas for Energy Geographies of Global South

Call for papers, RGS – IBG annual conference, London, 28-30 August 2019
Future Research Agendas for Energy Geographies of Global South Sponsored by: Energy Geographies Research Group (EnGRG)
Session conveners: Ankit Kumar (TU/e), Jonathan Balls (Melbourne University), Britta Turner (Durham University)
Geographers have been at the forefront of researching various aspects of energy in the global South. Geographical work has focused on energy poverty and justice (Castán Broto et al., 2018), energy transitions and renewable energy (Power et al., 2016), land grabbing and social oppression linked to large-scale energy investments

Latest posts

Reviews of books on Gender & Development and Energy Geographies

Low carbon conference travel from Eindhoven to Edinburgh and back again

Justice and politics in energy access for education, livelihoods and health: How socio-cultural processes mediate the winners and losers

Keywords from India - Jholawala (झोलावाला)

Keywords of India - Safedposh (सफेदपोश)

Energy Now & Studium Generale Eindhoven: SETalk on Sociotechnical Smart Grids

Experiencing Racial Profiling

Defining ‘access’ as the nexus of ‘energy access for all’ in the global South: RGS session, abstracts and speakers

Book Review: The Biopolitics of Gender by Jemima Repo

CfP RGS 2016: Defining ‘access’ as the nexus of ‘energy access for all’ in the global South