27 January 2022 - 27 January 2022
8:00PM - 11:00PM
Online via Zoom
How do communities that host fossil fuel extraction industries experience, negotiate, and adapt to climate change? This workshop aims to bring together researchers whose considerations of environmental justice, climate politics, and adaptation and resilience are grounded in sites of fossil fuel extraction (what we call ‘carbon communities’.
By doing so, we hope to ask some of the ‘big questions’ of energy transition and climate crisis through the communities most intimately affected by fossil fuel extraction. Ultimately, we aim to collectively understand the significance of fossil fuel hosting communities for evaluating the contemporary politics of carbon.
**This is a late evening workshop (UK time) in order to accommodate participants from around the world. Please feel free to join or leave as your schedule suits **
8:00pm: Welcome and introduction
8:05-9:00pm: Carbon communities in energy transitions
9:05pm-10:00pm: Climate justice and carbon communities
10:05pm-11:00pm: Disaster, risk, adaptation, and resilience in carbon communities
27 Jan 2022. All panels on Zoom. All times in GMT. Click here to register:
Panellists include: Simone Abram (Durham University), Penelope Anthias (Durham University), Chima Anyadike-Danes (Durham University) Shannon Bell (Virginia Polytechnic Institute), Emily Eaton (University of Regina), Tim Haney (Mt Royal University), Matthew Kearnes (University of New South Wales), Magdalena Kuchler (Uppsala University), Gregg Macey (University of California Irvine), Alice Mah (Warwick University), Timothy Neale (Deakin University), Jessica Smith (Colorado School of Mines), Patricia Widener (Florida Atlantic University)