The first full day of panels was busy and fascinating. I spent my day immersed in energy history, beginning with a big panel on pipelines and ending the day with a look at energy policy. Energy history is definitely emerging as a predominant theme among the panels at the conference this year. There are, of course, plenty of other topics being covered, but it seems clear to me that environmental historians have energy on their minds.
Check out the video above for my recap of Day Two of the annual meeting of the American Society for Environmental History.
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