Articles | Volume 79, issue 1
29 Feb 2024
Interface |  | 29 Feb 2024

Intime Infrastrukturen: Feministisch-geographische Perspektiven auf Energie

Rosa Aue

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Facing multiple and embodied inequalities inscribed in the energy system, this intervention argues for an feminist perspective on energy geographies. Extending critical research on urban infrastructure with concepts of care, it seeks to contribute to more just energy relations.