‘No jobs on a dead planet’: Energy democracy, public ownership, and union opposition to mega-energy projects

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 26 Number 3 (2018)

‘No jobs on a dead planet’: Energy democracy, public ownership, and union opposition to mega-energy projects
Franziska Paul, pages -

Abstract

‘Energy democracy’ has emerged as a central concept in left debates over climate change and energy transition. This essay is an exploration of its provenance and potential, centred on the challenge posed by energy democracy to older varieties of ‘jobs-first’ trade-unionism.

 

 

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Franziska Paul (2018) ‘No jobs on a dead planet’: Energy democracy, public ownership, and union opposition to mega-energy projects, Renewal, 26(3), -

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