So Many Shades in the Energy Transition!
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About the Event
In this presentation, Carelle Mang-Benza connects her core research interests in Indigenous-led renewable energy projects and a recent publication on women and energy to the broader concerns of energy justice. Commenting on recent events the global energy landscape, she also shares her views on some possible blind spots in the current energy transition, including energy lifecycle and gender dimensions.
Carelle Mang-Benza is a PhD candidate at the University of Western Ontario. Her research examines the energy transition through the lens of justice and relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada. Carelle joined the department of Geography and Environment with a B.A.Sc. and M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and substantial international project and policy experience gained at the United Nations and US State Department.