Early career researchers are invited to participate in this exciting event in September 2016. Bursaries are available!
Beyond the triad: exploring the drivers of domestic energy deprivation RGS-IBG Annual Conference, London, 30 August – 2 September 2016 Session organisers: Dr Harriet Thomson, Dr Neil Simcock, Dr Saska Petrova, and Prof Stefan Bouzarovski (University of Manchester) Sponsored by the Energy Geographies Research Group, RGS-IBG Domestic energy deprivation – which has often been recognised viaContinue reading “CFP for RGS-IBG Annual Conference”
The EVALUATE team is organising a conference session on energy and climate vulnerability at the largest geography conference in the UK. Paper proposals need to reach us by the 11th of February!
Federico Cugurullo from CURE compiled a list of sessions and call for papers which have been organised by CURE members for the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), which will take place in Chicago between 21st and 24th of April 2015.
Visitors to this blog may be interested in this call for papers for the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, which will take place between the 8th and 12th of April 2014 in Tampa, Florida. Energy and the socioecological production of space Organizers: Matt Huber (Syracuse University) Saska Petrova (University of Manchester) Energy is oftenContinue reading “Another CURE-led call for papers for 2014 AAG: Energy and the socioecological production of space”
Visitors to this site may be interested in this recently-issued call for papers, which aims to gather contributions that would explore the different ways in which energy flows and formations are interconnected with wider geophysical and social landscapes.
By Saska Petrova Do have a look at this (currently open) call for papers for an early career researcher symposium – at the University of Manchester – focused on exploring the meanings, implications and underlying conditions of energy vulnerability. The symposium will take place at the University of Manchester between the 21st and 22nd of May, andContinue reading “Energy vulnerability factors and pathways: Towards a research agenda”