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The International Conference on Energy Research and Social Science is the premier global forum for exploring the nexus of energy and society.

The 2019 conference will highlight the intersection of on-going and future changes in the energy sector and global society. Because energy is intimately woven into every society, alterations in energy systems reverberate throughout economies, cultures, landscapes, and politics. These changes transform human futures, even as social, policy, and market innovation create new pathways for energy technologies and industries. The opportunity to remake energy systems into more environmentally sustainable forms is thus also an opportunity to improve societal wellbeing and justice.

Abstract submission deadline: 10 December 2018

Early bird registration discount deadline: 1 April 2019

Committee

Conference chairs

Martin J. (“Mike”) Pasqualetti

Arizona State University, USA

Martin J. (“Mike”) Pasqualetti is Professor of Geography in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at Arizona State University; Senior Sustainability Scientist in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability; and Co-Director of the Energy Policy Information Council (EPIC). He has worked throughout his career to advance the critical transition to a more sustainable energy future.

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Clark Miller

Arizona State University, USA

Clark A. Miller is Professor and Director of the Center for Energy and Society at Arizona State University.

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Julia Hobson Haggerty

Montana State University, USA

Julia Haggerty is Assistant Professor of Geography in Montana State University's Earth Sciences Department where she teaches courses on Human Geography, Energy Resources, and Rural Economic Geography.

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