Energy Infrastructure: Gendered Analyses

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This bibliography aims to provide a guide to the landscape of research-based knowledge on the relationship between energy infrastructure and gender.

Topics in this bibliography include: gendered access to and consumption of energy; gender in relation to renewable energy industries and policy; Indigenous communities, gender, and energy; feminist power analysis of issues of gender in energy infrastructure; and gender in energy policy, programming, and research.

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