River Stone Renewables, a group of renewable energy scholars engaged in engineering, ecological and social science research who have come together to understand how we can centre the ecological crisis and environmental justice into the work of people working in renewables, are looking to start a collaborative project. The goal of this project is to complete a multi-chapter (or section) work that highlights and explores connections between marine renewable energy and the ecological crisis including; our changing oceans, equity and justice, environmental impacts of climate change, food and water security, changing electric grid and market, democracy, resilience, ecological economics, and decolonial practice. We aim to empower and inform folks interested in marine renewable energy on ways they can pursue projects in science, engineering, policy, and other disciplines which address the ecological crisis. The project is envisioned to last 12-24 months.  

There is a meeting coming up on November 4th for more information, register now!