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  • Author(s) Laura Nader
  • Edition1
  • Published23rd April 2010
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405199841
The Energy Reader presents a series of readings that examine
the energy problem from an anthropological perspective and look at
energy holistically, including social and cultural components and
long term implications for global and social environmental change.
 

  • Brings a unique critical approach to the problem of energy and
    its complexity

  • Presents the topic as both a human and a technological problem,
    differentiating long-term perspectives from short term fixes

  • Includes coverage of  the politics of energy, the
    protection of future generations, the avoidance of dangerous waste
    products, efficiency, resilience, and democratic relevance

  • Features selections drawn from the work of physicists,
    economists, business experts, engineers, journalists, historians,
    and entrepreneurs

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  • Author(s) Laura Nader
  • Edition1
  • Published23rd April 2010
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405199841
The Energy Reader presents a series of readings that examine
the energy problem from an anthropological perspective and look at
energy holistically, including social and cultural components and
long term implications for global and social environmental change.
 

  • Brings a unique critical approach to the problem of energy and
    its complexity

  • Presents the topic as both a human and a technological problem,
    differentiating long-term perspectives from short term fixes

  • Includes coverage of  the politics of energy, the
    protection of future generations, the avoidance of dangerous waste
    products, efficiency, resilience, and democratic relevance

  • Features selections drawn from the work of physicists,
    economists, business experts, engineers, journalists, historians,
    and entrepreneurs

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