Thematic journal issue on Making and Doing Politics Through Grassroots Scientific Research on the Energy and Petrochemical Industries

A thematic issue of ‘Engaging Science, Technology, and Society’ journal introduced by GOSH 2017 co-organiser Max Liboiron, Sara Wylie and Nick Shapiro has a range of Open Access articles that ‘work towards remaking how knowledge is made about and across industrial systems by networking community grounded approaches for accounting for environmental health issues created by the fossil fuels and allied petrochemical industries’.

This includes as account of how Max attempted to keep her BabyLegs DIY monitoring tool for plastic pollution open source. Many will recognise BabyLegs from Max’s GOSH 2017 pivot talk!

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