Mr Kavindra Paranage1 1Monash University, Clayton, Australia   While critical geographers and political ecologists have identified the capacity of water flows to both influence and be influenced by socio-political factors, this understanding of the hydrosociality of water has not been...
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Dr Komali Yenneti1 1University of New South Wales, Kensington, Australia   In the recent years, social issues around renewable energy implementation have been gaining prominence both in developed and developing countries. Though researchers in developed countries have started dealing with...
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Mr Shanil Samarakoon1 1UNSW – School of Humanities and Languages, Sydney, Australia   With just 11% of its 17.5 million population having access to grid-based electricity, Malawi is one of the least electrified countries in the world. Like several sub-Saharan...
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