Energy and Society
|Dr S Bell||Society and Energy; environmental firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr W A Baldwin||Political and cultural geographies of climate email@example.com|
|Professor H A Bulkeley||Urban climate change policy and planning; private sector/community-based responses to climate change; smart grids and society; changing energy use and practice in households; energy and climate change firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr B Campbell||Low Carbon Energy for Development Network; energy transitions in the Himalayas; biogas for forest livelihoods; renewable energy and indigenous email@example.com|
|Dr J Covey||How best to communicate information about risks and benefits to either improve the quality of people's decision making or change their attitudes and firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr C M Davidson||Politics and economics of the Middle East's oil email@example.com|
|Professor R Hudson||Energy use, poverty, policy, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor S Marvin|| |
Changing relations between cities, regions and infrastructure networks in a period of resource constraint, institutional restructuring and climate change
|Dr M Power|| |
Affordable access to energy in low income societies, clean energy for 'development', the Rising Powers and Low Carbon transitions in sub-Saharan Africa.
Energy culture and humanities, cultural and theoretical approaches to oil, petrocultures, visual culture
Energy and the built environment, the intersections and conflicts between energy conservation and heritage conservation; the political and social consequences of energy infrastructures, the social construction of energy knowledge and expertise.