Editorial - four social sciences and humanities\ud cross-cutting theme reports

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Foulds, Chris; Fox, Emmet; Robison, Rosalyn A. V.; Balint, Lenke;
(2017)
  • Publisher: SHAPE ENERGY

The four SHAPE ENERGY Cross-cutting theme reports aim to provide accessible overviews of seminal and recent research on four salient energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) themes: (1) Energy and gender; (2) Energy and multi-stakeholder interests; (3)... View more
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