Conor Harrison, PhD (University of South Carolina) is a geographer that studies the relationship between energy and society, with a particular focus on political economy and power relations. His recent work (with Jeff Popke) examines the flows of investment capital, expertise, and technology in the effort to transition to renewable energy in the Caribbean. Recent publications on the Caribbean include Geographies of renewable energy transition in the Caribbean (2017), Reassembling Caribbean Energy? (2018), and Energy, Resilience and Responsibility in Post-Maria Dominica (2018). Dr. Harrison’s research has also examined energy, race, and inequality in the American South.