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Hafner Manfred and Tagliapietra Simone (Editors), "The Geopolitics of the Global Energy Transition", Springer Nature, 2020, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-39066-2, License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
The world is currently undergoing an historic energy transition, driven by increasingly stringent decarbonisation policies and rapid advances in low-carbon technologies. The large-scale shift to low-carbon energy is disrupting the global energy system, impacting whole economies, and changing the political dynamics within and between countries. This open access book, written by leading energy scholars, examines the economic and geopolitical implications of the global energy transition, from both regional and thematic perspectives. The first part of the book addresses the geopolitical implications in the world’s main energy-producing and energy-consuming regions, while the second presents in-depth case studies on selected issues, ranging from the geopolitics of renewable energy, to the mineral foundations of the global energy transformation, to governance issues in connection with the changing global energy order. Given its scope, the book will appeal to researchers in energy, climate change and international relations, as well as to professionals working in the energy industry.
International Relations, Energy Policy, Economics And Management, Natural Resource And Energy Economics, Climate Change/climate Change Impacts, Environmental Economics, Earth System Sciences, Energy Transition Geopolitics, International Decarbonisation Policies, Global Warming, Global Energy System, Geopolitics Of The Global Energy Transition, Economic And Political Impacts Of Low-carbon Technologies, Power Generation Mix, Geopolitical Implications Of Global Warming, Governance Of The Global Energy Order, Open Access, International Relations, Energy Technology & Engineering, Energy Industries & Utilities, Environmental Economics, Climate Change
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