Tag: The Political Power of Energy Futures

Giulia Dal Maso: The Landing of a Chinese Green Bond in Portugal

focaal_admin , April 13th, 2021


This post is part of a feature on “The Political Power of Energy Futures,” moderated and edited by Katja Müller (MLU Halle-Wittenberg), Charlotte Bruckermann (University of Bergen), and…


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Dragan Djunda: Transition to nowhere: Small hydro, little electricity, and large profits in Serbia

focaal_admin , April 9th, 2021


When you enter the House of culture in Dojkinci, a small village on Stara Mountain, you are instantly amazed by its floor. The freshly painted red, green, and…


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Pauline Destrée: Solar for the Few: Stranded Renewables and Green Enclaves in Ghana

focaal_admin , April 9th, 2021


Africa’s Green Energy Revolution In the past ten years, calls for a “green revolution” on the African continent have cast optimistic and promising scenarios of “leapfrogging” to mass…


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Felix Lussem: Alienating “facts” and uneven futures of energy transition

focaal_admin , April 7th, 2021


We are in the middle of the Rhineland’s lignite mining region, a semi-urban to rural area in the west of Germany. The landscape is considerably altered by past…


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Katja Müller, Charlotte Bruckermann, Kirsten Endres: Introduction: The political power of energy futures

focaal_admin , April 7th, 2021


Debates about climate change have long entered political arenas through diplomacy, bureaucracy and regulations as part of worldwide environmental governance. Global efforts to foster greener energy i…


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