Energy Democracy: Advancing Equity in Clean Energy Solutions
The near-unanimous consensus among climate scientists is that the massive burning of gas, oil, and coal is havingcataclysmic impacts on our atmosphere and climate. These climate and environmental impacts are particularly magnifiedand debilitating for low-income communities and communities of color.
Energy democracy tenders a response and joins the environmental and climate movemwith broader movements for social and economic change in this country and around the world.
Energy Democracy brings together racial, cultural, and generational perspectives to show what an alternative, democratized energy future can look like. The book will inspire others to take up the struggle to build the energy democracy movement.
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4 Energy Democracy Through Local Energy Equity
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6 Organizing for Energy Democracy in Rural Electric Cooperatives
Energy Democracy and the Labor Movement
8 Democratizing MunicipalScale Power
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