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The Energy Democracy Flipbook

According to the Energy Democracy Scorecard and Flipbook from the Emerald Cities Collaborative, “Energy Democracy” is defined as an ideal scenario where a frontline community “shifts completely away from an extractive economy, energy, and governance system to one that is regenerative, provides reparations, transforms the power structures, and creates new governance and ownership practices.” The Energy Democracy Flipbook is designed to help frontline communities, such as low-income people of color, who are vulnerable to climate change to self-evaluate their communities’ energy economy condition.

Resource Details

Author(s): Anthony Giancatarino, Donna House
Organization: Emerald Cities Collaborative
Date: 11/7/2022
Resource Type: Publication
Topic: Energy Justice

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