Energy Geographies Working Group
The purpose of the Energy Geographies Working Group (EGWG) is to facilitate more research and teaching on energy within UK Geography and, by doing so, to enhance the contribution of the discipline to an issue of broad social significance and future concern.
The formation of the EGWG in 2011 reflected the social ‘challenge’ that energy issues now present in both the global North and South, the centrality of these issues for a discipline committed to understanding society-environment relations, and the distinctiveness of the contemporary energy agenda. Energy transition, security, infrastructure, and governance are fundamentally spatial and scalar concerns.
Read more about news and activities at the EGWG website.