Energy sufficiency: Conceptual considerations, modeling, and scenarios for less energy consumption
Keywords:sufficiency policy, energy sufficiency, co-benefits, energy sufficiency measures, multidisciplinarity
The war in Ukraine is changing the political landscape at breakneck speed. How should politics and society react to high energy prices and a precarious dependence on fossil fuels imports? Can modern societies get by with much less energy? Energy sufficiency can play an important role in answering these questions. The contributions in this Special topic explore sufficiency as an interdisciplinary research topic for energy modeling, scenarios, and policy.
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