Wind Power Activism: Epistemic Struggles in the Formation of Eco-Ethical Selves at Vattenfall

Image result for Towards a Cultural Politics of Climate Change: Devices, Desires and DissentWe are proud to announce that a new book chapter entitled ‘Wind Power Activism: Epistemic Struggles in the Formation of Eco-Ethical Selves at Vattenfall‘ has been published in Bulkeley, H., Paterson, M., & Stripple, J. (Eds.) ‘Towards a cultural politics of climate change: Devices, desires and dissent’.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 173-189.

You can read the chapter from Google Books

You can download the full text chapter from Research Gate

 

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