Paper $37.95 ISBN: 9781780325767 Published October 2013 For sale in North and South America only
Cloth $143.95 ISBN: 9781780325774 Published October 2013 For sale in North and South America only

Energy Justice in a Changing Climate

Social equity and low-carbon energy

Edited by Karen Bickerstaff, Gordon Walker, and Harriet Bulkeley

Energy Justice in a Changing Climate

Edited by Karen Bickerstaff, Gordon Walker, and Harriet Bulkeley

Distributed for Zed Books

232 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $37.95 ISBN: 9781780325767 Published October 2013 For sale in North and South America only
Cloth $143.95 ISBN: 9781780325774 Published October 2013 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Introduction: making sense of energy justice - Karen Bickerstaff, Gordon Walker and Harriet Bulkeley

1 Household energy vulnerability as 'assemblage' - Rosie Day and Gordon Walker

2 Precarious domesticities: energy vulnerability among urban young adults - Stefan Bouzarovski, Saska Petrova, Matthew Kitching and Josh Baldwick

3 Energy justice in sustainability transitions research - Malcolm Eames and Miriam Hunt

4 Energy justice and the low-carbon transition: assessing low-carbon community programmes in the UK - Sara Fuller and Harriet Bulkeley

5 Energy justice and climate change: reflections from a Joseph Rowntree Foundation research programme - Katharine Knox

6 Equity across borders: a whole-systems approach to micro-generation - Charlotte Adams, Sandra Bell, Philip Taylor, Varvara Alimisi, Guy Hutchinson, Ankit Kumar and Britta Rosenlund Turner

7 Fair distribution of power-generating capacity: justice, microgrids and utilizing the common pool of renewable energy - Maarten Wolsink

8 Framing energy justice in the UK: the nuclear case - Catherine Butler and Peter Simmons

9 Justice in energy system transitions: the case of carbon capture and storage - Duncan McLaren, Kristian Krieger and Karen Bickerstaff
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