Gender and energy: a northern perspective


Clancy, Joy (2001) Gender and energy: a northern perspective. ENERGIA news, 4 (1). pp. 12-14.

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Abstract:The study attempts to identify whether, in the North, there are gender differences in what women are doing as academics, as activists and as workers in the energy sector. Do they face different problems to men in terms of their career development? What do women in the North think about energy? Are their lives affected differently to men’s in terms of energy choice, and does this then impact on their health? Some of the findings are reported here.
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