CURE currently hosts 4 large EU-funded research projects
EVALUATE researcher Harriet Thomson established the EU Fuel Poverty Network in 2011, and since then it has grown to be one of the leading online portals for fuel poverty. Read more about the latest developments here.
CURE researchers contributed papers on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability to a Special Issue of People, Place and Policy.
Joe Williams reports on a recent workshop in Bergen, Norway, hosted by the SpaceLab team and attended by a group of energy and urban climate researchers from Manchester.
CURE researchers recently responded to a call for evidence on domestic energy efficiency.
Read more about a recent workshop on ‘The University Living Lab & Collaborative Research’
Our research associate Nora Mzavanadze is part of the authors’ team for the 6th Global Enviroment Oulook (GEO-6) report – a global state of the environment report led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). She is back from the authors’ meeting at the UNEP headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, and in this blog post she describes the raison d’être of such a report, explains the GEO process, summarizes the conclusions of the GEO-5 report and discusses the the novelties of the GEO-6 report.
CURE is hosting an evening seminar with Peter Rogers from Macquarie University and Sören Becker from the Lebniz Institute for Regional Planning.
Joe Ravetz, the Co-director of CURE, reports on the CURE annual forum that was co-organised with cities@manchester. The event took place in Manchester on the 24th of June 2015.
Craig Thomas and Gabrielle Schliwa report on a recent away day held by the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy.