Gender in Energy – New article by Stephens & Rebecca Pearl-Martinez highlights benefits of more women in energy

This new article argues for more attention to and investment in diversifying the energy workforce.  Multiple societal benefits of more women in energy are explored.

PDF of article available

Pearl-Martinez, R. and J. Stephens (2016). “Toward a Gender Diverse Workforce in the Renewable Energy Transition.” Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 12(1).

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Collaborative, interdisciplinary, innovative academic with a demonstrated history working to enhance the societal impact of higher education research, teaching and community engagement with a focus on sustainability and resilience. Expertise in renewable energy transformation, energy innovation (both technical and social innovations), energy democracy, energy resilience, carbon management, climate engineering, and climate resilience. Recent focus on strengthening societal resilience by integrating social justice with climate and energy policy.
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