Energy Geographies Research Group

Part of

The Royal Geographical Society

www.rgs.org

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"[G]eographical approaches to energy are best conceived as an academic borderland.

...the strength of energy geographers is their lack of ties to some common doctrine or particular mode of inquiry, which brings the flexibility required to contribute to multi-disciplinary research projects"

Kirby Calvert (2015)

What is the EnGRG?

The Energy Geographies Research Group (EnGRG) is a volunteer-led organisation that supports research and teaching on the spatial dimensions of energy issues. We are a research group of the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG).


We promote the study of energy's geographical dimensions, asserting the importance of geographical ideas and concepts for coming to terms with energy issues.

 
 

Our Work

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Research

Working across and beyond geography to facilitate geographical energy research 

Teaching

Supporting the teaching of energy geographies at all education levels

Dissemination

Publicising research on the geographies of energy and energy issues

Support

Supporting the work of postgraduates and early career researchers (ECRs) 

 

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Energy Geographies Research Group (EnGRG)

Part of the Royal Geographical Society

www.rgs.org

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