About the Journal

The Energy Justice (ENJUST) Journal serves as a pivotal platform dedicated to exploring and elucidating the multifaceted dimensions of energy justice. Energy justice, a burgeoning field at the intersection of social equity, environmental sustainability, and energy policy, encapsulates the imperative to ensure fair and equitable distribution of the benefits and burdens of energy production, consumption, and governance. In a world grappling with pressing energy challenges, from climate change to energy poverty, the pursuit of energy justice emerges as both a moral imperative and a practical necessity.

Our journal delves into the myriad manifestations of energy justice, ranging from access to clean and affordable energy for marginalized communities to the equitable distribution of environmental risks associated with energy infrastructure projects. We embrace interdisciplinary scholarship, welcoming contributions from scholars, practitioners, and policymakers across fields such as sociology, economics, political science, environmental studies, and law.