Energy, gender and intersectionality – an interactive workshop at 5th Energy & Society Conference

Today myself and my dear colleague Anne Schiffer are hosting an interactive workshop on the topic of Gender and Energy at the 5th Energy & Society Conference.

This interactive workshop will explore questions of justice in energy transitions research through a gender lens. It invites contributions that engage with the question of gender at different scales of energy systems analysis, from everyday energy and resource consumption practices to governance at community, national and international contexts. This session seeks to respond to emerging calls for greater attention to gender analysis and means of achieving enhanced gender diversity among those involved in shaping energy systems.

The session will kick off with a series of Pecha Kucha style presentations by presenters exploring different dimensions of the gender and energy nexus. This will be followed by breakout discussions encouraging audience parrticipation anbd debate to discuss gender and energy research in terms of key issues/themes, theories and methods. More information on the workshop can be found here:

The session will kick off with a series of Pecha Kucha style presentations by presenters exploring different dimensions of the gender and energy nexus. This will be followed by breakout discussions encouraging audience parrticipation anbd debate to discuss gender and energy research in terms of key issues/themes, theories and methods. More information on the workshop can be found here: https://webmagazine.unitn.it/alfresco/download/workspace/SpacesStore/65c7ccdc-67c6-47dc-8713-9b656e5ce0bf/Workshops_5th%20Energy%20and%20Society2021.pdf

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