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We invite abstracts that explore the intersection of energy and social change. Illustrative examples of appropriate topics include, but are not limited to:
- Societal drivers, dynamics, and outcomes of energy systems change (including social, economic, cultural, or political aspects)
- Public perspectives on and responses to new energy technologies
- Innovations in energy and electricity markets and policy
- Changing landscapes and geographies of energy production, transport, and consumption
- The social practices of energy use, demand, and behavior
- Historical and social analyses of transitions
- Cities, urban energy systems, and urban form and function
- New models of governance and democracy
- Geopolitics of energy transformations
- The energy-poverty nexus, including questions of ethics, justice, and inequality in energy systems change
- Energy innovation and sustainable development
- Enduring and changing relationships of energy, gender, and race
We welcome interdisciplinary contributions from across the social sciences, environmental studies, humanities, and energy research.
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