Matthew Burke

Ecozoic Policy Project Lead – University of Vermont

Email: Matthew.Burke@uvm.edu

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Matthew Burke is a Research Associate with Leadership for the Ecozoic at the Department of Community Development and Applied Economics, University of Vermont. From 2019-2022, Matthew was a Postdoctoral Associate with the Gund Institute for Environment, and from 2021-2022, a Lecturer in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Matthew completed a Ph.D. in Renewable Resources — Environment at McGill University. Matthew currently coordinates the Ecozoic Policy Project and is a Gund Affiliate.

PUBLICATIONS & OTHER WORKS

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Energy commons and alternatives to enclosures of sunshine and wind

Burke, M. J. (2021). Energy commons and alternatives to enclosures of sunshine and wind. In Routledge Handbook of Energy Democracy (pp. 200–214). Routledge.

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Post-growth policies for the future of just transitions in an era of uncertainty

Burke, M. J. (2022). Post-growth policies for the future of just transitions in an era of uncertainty. Futures, 136.

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Just energy systems: Five questions and countless responses for regenerative energy communities

Burke, M. J. (2021). Just energy systems: Five questions and countless responses for regenerative energy communities. In Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene (pp. 160–174). Routledge.

*This is an Accepted Manuscript of a book chapter published by Routledge/CRC Press in Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene: From (Un)Just Presents to Just Futures on June 2021, available online: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003023609

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Energy-Sufficiency for a Just Transition: A Systematic Review

Burke, M. J. (2020). Energy-Sufficiency for a Just Transition: A Systematic Review. Energies, 13(10), 2444. https://doi.org/10.3390/en13102444

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The Role of Technology in Achieving the Future we Want

Contributors: S. Wallis, M.  Burke, A. Damiano, S. Barbieri. In: Sustainable Wellbeing futures: a research and action agenda for ecological economics. Edward Elgar Publishing. 2020.

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Energy Democracy and the Co-evolution of Social and Technological Systems

Thesis, 2019. McGill University.

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Operationalizing Energy Democracy: Challenges and Opportunities in Vermont’s Renewable Energy Transformation

Contributors:  Stephens, J. C., Burke, M. J., Gibian, B., Jordi, E., & Watts, R. In: Frontiers of Communication, 3. 2018.

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Mutually-Beneficial Renewable Energy Systems. Relations. Beyond Anthropocentrism

Relations Beyond Anthropocentrism, 6(1). 2018.

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 Shared Yet Contested: Energy Democracy Counter-Narratives

Frontiers in Communication, 3:22. 2018.

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Political Power and Renewable Energy Futures: A Critical Review

Contributors: Matt Burke &  Stephens, J. C. In: Energy Research & Social Science, 35. 2018.

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Energy Democracy: Goals and Policy Instruments for Sociotechnical Transitions

Contributors: Matt Burke &  Stephens, J. C. In: Energy Research & Social Science, 33. 2017.

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New Frontiers and Conceptual Frameworks for Energy Justice

Contributors:  Benjamin Sovacool, Matthew Burke,  Lucy Baker, Chaitanya Kumar Kotikalapudi,  & Holle Wlokas,In: Energy Policy, 105. 2017.