Energy transitions are inherently complex and prolonged affairs, and there are numerous unanswered questions about the timing and nature of the transition to whatever comes after the fossil fuel era. These questions cross disciplinary and epistemological lines, making them particularly suited to exploration from the perspectives of geography. These sessions present research related to transitions in energy sources and uses, along with the social, political and/or economic implications of those transitions.
|Presenter||Gia Nguyen*, Montclair State University, Pankaj Lal, Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center, Erik Lyttek, Montclair State University, Pralhad Burli, Montclair State University, Taylor Wieczerak, Montclair State University, Accessing bioenergy potential using GIS-based methodology. Case study: pine biomass in Virginia||20||1:10 PM|
|Presenter||Nuratu Muhammad*, Bayero University Kano, Factors determining Energy choice and Consumption in Tofa L.G.A. Kano State||20||1:30 PM|
|Presenter||Cissy Monroe*, University of Hawaii - Hilo, Limits to Local Food Production in the Hawaiian Islands||20||1:50 PM|
|Presenter||Elise Harrington*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ameya Athavankar, two by three , David Hsu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Variation in household energy transitions for basic lighting||20||2:10 PM|
|Presenter||Torsten Schunder*, SUNY - University at Buffalo, Energy transition in the context of health vulnerability||20||2:30 PM|
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