Energy Justice Across Borders
Editors: Bombaerts, G., Jenkins, K., Sanusi, Y., Guoyu, W. (Eds.)
- Unites the fields of energy ethics and comparative philosophy to provide an overarching global perspective and approach to energy ethics
- Compares and contrasts western and non-western ethical traditions to apply energy ethics towards sustainable energy transitions and development
- Applies a philosophical and an empirical/policy oriented focus in evaluating energy ethics
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This book is open access under a CC BY 4.0 license.This volume unites the fields of energy ethics and comparative philosophy to provide an overarching global perspective and approach to applying energy ethics. By engaging different ethical systems, including explicitly non-European perspectives, the book uniquely takes a comparative approach in evaluating energy justice on the global scale. Additionally, the book assesses energy ethics in different regions through empirical and policy oriented lenses. The majority of the book's sections focus on different regions with varying ethical traditions, and the chapter authors evaluate each region's mechanisms for sustainable energy development from ethical and technological standpoints. This volume will be of interest to undergraduate and graduate students studying energy justice, ethics and environment, as well as energy scholars, policy makers, and energy analysts.
Section 1 introduces readers to the current global state of energy justice, the concept of ethics without borders, and the potential of comparative philosophy to assess intercultural ethics for renewable energy transitions. Sections 2 through 5 each address ethical perspectives from countries in different regions, including; 1) Africa, 2) Asia, 3) Europe, and 4) South America. Section 6 assesses energy justice according to contemporary theistic traditions. Section 7 concludes the volume by summarizing the book's key contributions for comparative ethics, and making recommendations to policy makers and project developers about future energy transition policies.
Dr. Gunter Bombaerts is assistant professor in the Philosophy and Ethics group at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. Gunter’s interests focus on ethics in the participatory processes in energy transition and ethics education in engineering curricula. Currently he is TU/e’s project leader of the H2020 project ‘SCALINGS’ in which he analyses ethical aspects of the scaling of co-creation. He is involved in an INTERREG project on community based virtual power plants and in a project on deep geothermal energy critical innovation systems. He has a passionate interest in global philosophy applied to energy systems, especially how non-western ethical systems impact participatory processes on design and innovation as value-sensitive design. Gunter is also coordinator of the TU/e’s User-Society-Enterprise program for engineering students. In this function, he does educational research on motivation, deep learning, competence measurement and professional identity in ethics education in engineering curricula. He is member of working groups on ethics and engineering education in SEFI and CDIO.
Dr. Kirsten Jenkins is an early career Lecturer in Human Geography and Sustainable Development within the School of Environment and Technology (SET) at the University of Brighton. Prior to this, she was a Research Fellow in Energy Justice and Transitions within the Centre of Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED). Kirsten’s background is as a sustainable development and human geography scholar with research interests that centre on energy justice, energy policy, and sustainable energy provision and use. She has published widely, serves as Managing Editor of Energy Research & Social Science and Associate Fellow of the Durham Energy Institute and has worked on projects funded by the RCUK Energy Programme and ESRC.
Yekeen Sanusi is a Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria. He holds B.Sc. in Geography, M.Sc. in Urban and Regional Planning and PhD in Geography. His interest in energy covers energy access, energy justice, energy poverty, policy and planning. He has successfully supervised many postgraduate theses (PhD, Master and Postgraduate Diploma) and has contributed to programme development at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He was Deputy Dean, School of Environmental Technology of the Federal University of Technology, Minna between 2006 and 2008 and Head of Department, Urban and Regional Planning between 2008 and 2012. Between September 1st, 2012 and August 31st, 2016, he was the Dean of the School of Environmental Technology. He is a member of Nigerian Institute Town Planners, Registered Town Planner and a member of many research networks. He has served as a visiting scholar in two other Nigerian universities; Kaduna State University, Kaduna and Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He has also served as a Visiting Professor at Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES), Tlemcen, Algeria.
Wang Guoyu studied at Fudan University, Free University of Berlin (Freie Universitaet Berlin), University of Stuttgart (Universitat Stuttgart) and Dalian University of Technology. She is now a professor of ethics in the School of Philosophy at Fudan University, and serves as the Director of the Applied Ethics Research Center and Biomedical Ethics Research Center, Fudan University. Professor Wang has also assumed many other academic duties, including serving as vice-president of the Society for Science, Technology and Engineering Ethics, engaging in executive council of The Society of Technology Philosophy, Bioethics, Environmental Ethics and Chinese Society of Nanotoxicology. Professor Wang is mainly interested in the research field of Scientific and Technological Ethics. She is Chief Scientist of the Major Program of the National Social Science Fund of China "Research on the ethical issues of High tech", as well as the Chief Scientist of the Major Program of Precision Medicine of MOST -"Research on ethical, political, and regulatory framework of precision medicine". She has published several books and more than 70 papers in domestic and foreign journals.
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- Yekeen Sanusi
- Wang Guoyu
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