This new paper introduces the concept of “embodied energy injustices” which politicizes the transboundary harms of fossil fuel extractivism and fossil fuel supply chains. Published in Energy Research and Social Science, this concept highlights the fact that connecting local energy struggles with distant transboundary impacts can generate powerful resistance movements. We also point out that individual actions can help, but collective action is more urgent. Co-authored with Noel Healy and Stephanie Malin.
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- Embodied Energy Injustices – new concept highlighting harms of fossil fuel extraction
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