“Just Energy” is a podcast collaboration between Dr. Sanya Carley, an energy justice professor at Indiana University’s O’Neill School, and her master of public affairs students. Here they explore what energy (in)justice is, its racial and social dimensions, and how to make future energy policy more inclusive by design. Because it’s never just about energy. It’s about people.
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