- New research on women’s leadership on climate, renewable transformation & energy justice
- New piece on Energy Democracy: Redistributing power to the people through renewables
- Embodied Energy Injustices – new concept highlighting harms of fossil fuel extraction
- Renewable Energy For Puerto Rico – Published in Science
- Energy innovation in Vermont – new publication
Category Archives: Speaking Engagements
Stephens highlighted value of social science at National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine workshop on “Electricity Use in Rural and Islanded Communities” on February 8-9, 2016.
Jennie Stephens spoke at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine workshop on “Electricity Use in Rural and Islanded Communities” on February 8-9, 2016. Insufficient attention is afforded to the social, behavioral, cultural, and institutional change that needs to … Continue reading
Graduate student, Liz Allen, presented research on “Learning from stakeholder engagement in a regional earth system modeling initiative” at the American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference on Communicating Climate Science in Granby, Colorado on June 10th, 2013. The same research was … Continue reading
Jennie Stephens is presenting at the Garrison Climate, Mind and Behavior Symposium at Garrison Institute New York June 9-12, 2013. With MIT collaborator Amanda Graham, they are presenting on their research on “Climate-Energy Linkages in Literacy Initiatives & Public Discourse”.
Professor Jennie Stephens presented a keynote presentation entitled “The Smart Grid Vision and Sustainability” at the MA Sustainable Communities and Campuses Conference on April 24, 2013. A video of her 15 minute presentation can be viewed here.
Jennie Stephens attended the international climate change negotiations in Copenhagen in December 2009. The UN Climate Change Conference, the 15th conference of the parties (COP-15) of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC), took place in Copenhagen from December … Continue reading