A research group of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)
Call for Papers RGS-IBG 2015: Sessions sponsored by the Energy Geographies Working Group
22 Jan 2015
We are delighted to announce the sessions sponsored by the EGWG for the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2015, University of Exeter, 2-4 September.
Please follow this link to see the calls for papers and further details. EGWG sponsored sessions: call for papers
Transnational Energy Investments in the South (Deadline: 12th Feb) Co-sponsored by the Economic Geography Research Group. Session convenors: Jon Phillips (King’s College London) and Marcus Power (University of Durham)
Negotiating energy megaprojects within and beyond boundaries: The role of communication, identities and distributive justice (Deadline: 10th Feb) Session Convenors: Itay Fishhendler (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), Susana Batel (Cis-IUL, Lisbon University Institute, Portugal)
Offshore renewable energy and the public: Engagement, perceptions and acceptability (Deadline: 6th Feb) Co-sponsored by the Coastal and Marine Research Group. Session convenors: Emma McKinley (University of Chichester) and Bouke Wiersma (University of Exeter)
Challenging expectations: responsibilities, quality of life and demand reduction (Deadline: 6th Feb) Session convenors: Karen Parkhill (York), Karen Bickerstaff (Exeter), Catherine Butler (Exeter)
Postgraduate research in Energy Geographies (Deadline: 6th Feb) Session Organisers: Llinos Brown (University of Central Lancashire), Erin Roberts (Cardiff University)
Individual and collective imaginaries of energy: storying energy in the past, present and future (Deadline: 30th Jan) Session convenors:Mel Rohse (University of Birmingham), Rosie Day (University of Birmingham) and Joe Smith (Open University)
Cooperative energy: practising a just low carbon transition? (Deadline: 11th Feb) Convenors: Patrick Devine-Wright (Exeter); Thomas Bauwens (Liege), Gill Wyatt (Exeter Community Energy)
Grid networks: understanding the dynamics of public acceptance across European contexts (Deadline: 11th Feb)Convenors: Patrick Devine-Wright (Exeter); Dr. Susana Batel (ICTE, Portugal); Jarry Porsius (Free University, Amsterdam)
Exploring vulnerabilities in the Anthropocene: the energy-climate nexus (Deadline: 11th Feb) Session convenors: Sergio Tirado-Herrero, University of Manchester; Saska Petrova, University of Manchester, Stefan Bouzarovski, University of Manchester.