Organiser(s): Salvatore Eugenio Pappalardo & Massimo De Marchi (University of Padua) and Lorenzo Pellegrini (ISS, Erasmus University)
Session format: Panel
This session is inspired by the “Yasuní-ITT Initiative”, the first political experiment worldwide about leaving fossil fuels underground, by combining nature conservation priorities with human rights protection. This approach is stimulating the debate about geographical criteria and institutional mechanisms to define 'Unburnable Carbon' for climate justice & energy transition policies. Geographical Information Science represents a cross-cutting approach to geovisualize and analyse overlaps between energy production and bio-cultural values.
This session explores the concept of “unburnable carbon” and the sociocultural, environmental and political dilemmas tied to its implementation; collect cross-cutting methodologies, case studies and reflections to leave fossil fuel underground, towards for climate justice & energy transition policies.
01-07-2021 16:00 - 17:15Hosted by: Salvatore Pappalardo
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