Energy geographies: thinking critically about energy issues in the classroom
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Energy issues are becoming increasingly common subjects of instruction in undergraduate- and graduate-level classrooms across a variety of disciplines. The interdisciplinary character of energy studies provides geographers with a great opportunity to present different applied and theoretical approaches to help students conceptualize energy issues from a critical perspective. This article presents a class intervention as an example of how to incorporate geographic concepts and political economic theory into the classroom to help students understand the social, political, economic, and environmental implications of energy production, distribution, and consumption at multiple scales from a critical perspective.
Delgado, E. (2015). Energy geographies: thinking critically about energy issues in the classroom. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40(1), 39–54. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2015.1089475
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