Aiming at a just energy transitions, governments strive to implement an energy transition policy that ‘leaves no one behind’. Resonating the justice discourse, the costs and benefits of the energy transition need to be equally distributed in society taking into consideration the existing inequalities and injustices. In this webinar the gender just energy policy framework is presented in which policy choices for engendering the energy transition are discussed. The theoretical contribution will be illustrated with examples from the Global South and Global North.
Speakers & panellists
- Mariëlle Feenstra, University of Twente
- Joy Clancy , University of Twente
- Ana Rojas
- Martin Hultman, Chalmers