To advance goals 7 and 13, and meet the global ambitions of sustainable energy transitions and universal energy access, this paper calls for transformations in the practice of knowledge-making and governance.
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Energy Economics, Volume 33, Issue 4, July 2011, Pages 665-673.

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Introduction to Petroleum Biotechnology, 2018, Pages 259-286.

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