Public Responses to Fossil Fuel Export

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  • Author : Hilary Boudet
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 296 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128240465
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Public Responses to Fossil Fuel Export

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Public Responses to Fossil Fuel Export: Energy Transition and the Shifting Global Energy Order provides wide-ranging theoretical and methodological international contributions on the human dimensions of fossil fuel export, with a distinctive focus on more recent exporting countries. What do members of the public think about exporting fossil fuels in places where it is happening? What do they see as its main risks and benefits? What connections are being made to climate change and the impending energy transition, if any?

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