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Low Carbon Energy Systems and Energy Justice

In a time of growing inequality, this special issue explores justice, policy and sustainability aspects related to low-carbon energy systems.
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Prof. Luis Mundaca together with colleagues from LUCSUS, University of St. Andrews, University of Sussex, University of Dundee, and Stellenbosch University have concluded the special issue on Low Carbon Energy Systems and Energy Justice, published in Applied Energy (IF 7.9). 

The special issues investigates the social and equity challenges associated with the reduction of emissions from fossil fuels and the provision of access to clean and affordable energy. It provides relevant policy insights to address energy justice using a variety of analytical approaches and case studies. The initiative brought together research groups from around the world and it was developed in the context of the Pufendorf Energy Justice Theme at Lund University.

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