Energy & Society

September 2014 – Volume 31, Issue 5

Edited by David Tyfield & John Urry

 

 

 

 

John Urry
The Problem of Energy

Frank W Geels
Regime Resistance against Low-Carbon Transitions: Introducing Politics and Power into the Multi-Level Perspective

Elizabeth Shove and Gordon Walker
What Is Energy For? Social Practice and Energy Demand

David Tyfield
‘King Coal is Dead! Long Live the King!’: The Paradoxes of Coal’s Resurgence in the Emergence of Global Low-Carbon Societies

James Marriott and Mika Minio-Paluello
The Political and Material Landscape of European Energy Distribution: Tracking the Oil Road

David E Nye
The United States and Alternative Energies since 1980: Technological Fix or Regime Change?

Mimi Sheller
Global Energy Cultures of Speed and Lightness: Materials, Mobilities and Transnational Power

Mark Harvey
The Food-Energy-Climate Change Trilemma: Toward a Socio-Economic Analysis

Robert Biel
Visioning a Sustainable Energy Future: The Case of Urban Food-Growing

Nigel Clark and Kathryn Yusoff
Combustion and Society: A Fire-Centred History of Energy Use

 

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