Our approach views cultural practices and particularly discursive practices centered on renewable energy as a plane in which communities create or deny the space for change. The change may be understood as social, environmental, or both. In this sense, ethnographic analysis focuses on the rhetorics about individual solar panels, considering these artifacts, among others, as symbolic mediators capable of bringing out conservation ideologies of society as a whole. Our analysis is multi-sited, and focused Sulcis area and San Pietro island by following the circulation of rethorics on renewables and old energy industries
T+. Carloforte - San Pietro island, South Sardinia case study short presentation / Apostoli Cappello, Elena. - (2022). ((Intervento presentato al convegno Tipping Plus project's meeting tenutosi a Athens.