Transitions in Energy Landscapes and Everyday Life conference
For the full report on the conference by Vanessa Taylor and Heather Chappells, please go to the Rachel Carson Center’s website.
On 27–29 April 2017, Taylor and Chappells co-organized the ‘Transitions in Energy Landscapes and Everyday Life’ conference in collaboration the Rachel Carson Center and Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany. The workshop explored modernizing energy narratives in light of historical cases of energy transition and the variable roles of consumers as agents of change in energy landscapes.
Participants included: Christof Mauch (Rachel Carson Center), Helmuth Trischler (Deutsches Museum), Frank Trentmann (Birkbeck), Nina Mollers (Deutsches Museum), Ruth Sandwell (University of Toronto), Emily Roehl (University of Texas), Dieter Bruggeman (Ghent University), Kayt Button (University of Cambridge), Abby Spinak (Harvard University), Sean Adams (University of Florida), Brian Black (Penn State University), Jennifer Baka (Penn State University), Ute Hasenohrl (University of Innsbruck), Sarah Strauss (University of Wyoming), Carrick Eggleston (University of Wyoming), Daniel Barber (University of Pennsylvania), Jennifer Carlson (Rice University), Odinn Melstead (University of Innsbruck), Karen Pinkus (Cornell University).