Carbonscapes and beyond

@article{Haarstad2017CarbonscapesAB,
  title={Carbonscapes and beyond},
  author={H{\aa}vard Haarstad and Tarje I. Wanvik},
  journal={Progress in Human Geography},
  year={2017},
  volume={41},
  pages={432 - 450}
}
Geographers tend to see energy systems as intricately interwoven with society and relatively resistant to change. We argue that there is a danger of exaggerating the permanence and stability of the energy–society relationship. Therefore we propose a framework that is more open to instability and transformation. Using assemblage theory, we frame the social and material landscapes of oil – carbonscapes – as having emergent capacities for change built into their relations of exteriority. We… Expand

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