to the European Energy Geographies blog

Ideas on fluidity and mobility that attempt to explain the transitory nature of much that constitutes modern human experience are receiving increasing interest as productive areas of academic research. This is especially true when analysing how governments have changed their approach to implementing policy, most notably around energy (from its sourcing, to its consumption and all the networks of exchange in between). Therefore understanding the roles mobility and place have in determining policy outcomes is important if we are to meet the challenges current energy issues generate. This blog highlights cutting-edge research on energy geographies within the European Union and indeed those experienced beyond its borders.

The blog is arranged into six categories that address the key themes of energy geography, but also reflect my own research interests as a geographer. They are:

Please feel free to engage and share your knowledge here.


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