Category Archives: CURE project activities

EVALUATE researcher awarded prestigious impact prize for early career research

Last week EVALUATE’s Harriet Thomson was awarded the Economic and Social Research Council’s Outstanding Early Career Impact Prize

EVALUATE researcher awarded prestigious impact prize for early career research

Last week EVALUATE’s Harriet Thomson was awarded the Economic and Social Research Council’s Outstanding Early Career Impact Prize

Report on Greater Manchester fuel poverty workshop

Neil Simcock recently attended a workshop focussed on the development of a fuel poverty strategy for Greater Manchester.

Report on Greater Manchester fuel poverty workshop

Neil Simcock recently attended a workshop focussed on the development of a fuel poverty strategy for Greater Manchester.

Journal Special Issue on fuel poverty

CURE researchers contributed papers on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability to a Special Issue of People, Place and Policy.

Journal Special Issue on fuel poverty

CURE researchers contributed papers on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability to a Special Issue of People, Place and Policy.

CURE takes to the hills

Craig Thomas and Gabrielle Schliwa report on a recent away day held by the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy.

CURE takes to the hills

Craig Thomas and Gabrielle Schliwa report on a recent away day held by the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy.

From austerity traps to devolution opportunities: the role of city foresight

Joe Ravetz, Co-director of CURE discusses the ‘City Foresight Platform’, an innovative platform for a strategic transformation of cities, economies, governance and technologies.

From austerity traps to devolution opportunities: the role of city foresight

Joe Ravetz, Co-director of CURE discusses the ‘City Foresight Platform’, an innovative platform for a strategic transformation of cities, economies, governance and technologies.

Exploring vulnerabilities in the Anthropocene: the energy-climate nexus

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!

Exploring vulnerabilities in the Anthropocene: the energy-climate nexus

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!

CURE and cities@manchester to host double feature seminar with top urban researchers

Professor Jenny Pickerill (University of Sheffield) and Professor Steve Graham (Newcastle University) will give back-to-back talks featuring their recent scholarship on Tuesday next week.

CURE and cities@manchester to host double feature seminar with top urban researchers

Professor Jenny Pickerill (University of Sheffield) and Professor Steve Graham (Newcastle University) will give back-to-back talks featuring their recent scholarship on Tuesday next week.

CHARISMA workshop report: Community retrofit for housing professionals

Jenni Cauvain, a team member of the CHARISMA project reflects on the current issues related to community retrofit and social housing in Greater Manchester, which were debated at the recently organised workshop.

CHARISMA workshop report: Community retrofit for housing professionals

Jenni Cauvain, a team member of the CHARISMA project reflects on the current issues related to community retrofit and social housing in Greater Manchester, which were debated at the recently organised workshop.

Quality of whose life? Prosperity by another name?

In his third post on this blog, Joe Ravetz, Co-director of CURE, gives a critical overview of prosperity indexes. He formulates and develops the idea of synergistic prosperity.

Quality of whose life? Prosperity by another name?

In his third post on this blog, Joe Ravetz, Co-director of CURE, gives a critical overview of prosperity indexes. He formulates and develops the idea of synergistic prosperity.

EVENT project policy brief now available in English and Greek

The relationship between domestic energy vulnerability and economic austerity in Greece is discussed in a new policy document issued by a recently completed research project.

EVENT project policy brief now available in English and Greek

The relationship between domestic energy vulnerability and economic austerity in Greece is discussed in a new policy document issued by a recently completed research project.