Harriet Thomson reflects on the recent 2016 AAG Annual Conference held in San Francisco.
Neil Simcock provides an update and reflections on EVALUATE’s qualitative fieldwork.
Early career researchers are invited to participate in this exciting event in September 2016. Bursaries are available!
Alastair Moore reviews Stefan Bouzarovski’s new monograph.
A new policy brief is now available on the website of the EVALUATE project. The brief reports on some of the latest project results, focusing in particular on the principal findings from the large-scale household survey on energy vulnerability and fuel poverty in four Central and Eastern European cities, undertaken during the winter and spring ofContinue reading “EVALUATE project issues new policy brief”
CURE researchers recently responded to a call for evidence on domestic energy efficiency.
Neil Simcock provides an update on the progress of EVALUATE’s ethnographic fieldwork with households.
A new addition to the EVALUATE project team is Neil Simcock, who is joining as a research associate over the next two years to undertake qualitative research with vulnerable households in the case study areas. In his first blog article, Neil discusses the key themes and aims of this section of EVALUATE. Recent quantitative studies have shownContinue reading “Neil Simcock joins the EVALUATE team to focus on the lived experiences of fuel poverty”
The EVALUATE project team is delighted to announce that all of our recent project publications are now fully accessible to the general public.
We report on an energy poverty workshop that was hosted in Brussels last week by the Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament.