How Renewable Energy Can, and Should, Address Environmental Racism

This article is written by Benjamin Yang (’22) from the Energy, Technology, and the Environment Policy Centre, featured in Issue IV of Anthroposphere: the Oxford Climate Review.

Anthroposphere: the Oxford Climate Review is an award-winning interdisciplinary print magazine founded at Oxford University that covers climate change and the environment through the lenses of natural science, economics, policy, politics, literature, pop culture, and much more. This piece discusses the role of energy transition in addressing environmental racism through two cases of renewable energy development projects in Taiwan.

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