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Where the Wind Blows - Tracing Global Environmental Governance in Local Energy Transitions (1970s to the present)

Mid seminar in doctoral education.

Time: Mon 2021-11-22 13.15 - 14.45

Location: Contact higher-seminar@kth.se for Zoom link

Language: English

Lecturer: Thomas Harbøll Schrøder

Where the Wind Blows - Tracing Global Environmental Governance in Local Energy Transitions (1970s to the present)
As part of the historical study of global environmental governance, this thesis examines the beginning and rise of modern wind energy. With a focus on Denmark and Taiwan, it centres on how wind energy at different times and in different locations has been an element in sociotechnical imaginaries of environmentally friendly futures.

Speaker: Thomas Harbøll Schrøder, Div. History of Science, Technology and Environment

Discussant: Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen, Centre for Science Studies, Aarhus University

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