Read more about a recently-published paper from a CURE research project completed in 2014.
Craig Thomas and Gabrielle Schliwa report on a recent away day held by the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy.
The latest member of the EVALUATE project team discusses the link between her previous work and the project’s objectives and activities.
The COMBI project team welcomes Nora Mzavanadze, who will be joining as a research associate over the next two years. Nora’s first blogpost within this role reflects on the key themes and work programme of the project.
Next Monday sees a CURE seminar organised in collaboration with the geography research seminar series at the School of Environment, Education and Development, and supported by the Global Production Networks, Labour & Trade Research Group.
Next week’s seminar will highlight the socio-spatial construction of energy demand in the home via the notions of energy services, subjects and vulnerability