Stefan Bouzarovski’s new book is to be launched on the 25th of May with presentations by Simon Marvin, Ritsuko Ozaki and Slavomira Ferenčuhová
Category: Forthcoming events
Call for participants: Advances in European fuel poverty research and practice
Early career researchers are invited to participate in this exciting event in September 2016. Bursaries are available!
CFP for RGS-IBG Annual Conference
Beyond the triad: exploring the drivers of domestic energy deprivation RGS-IBG Annual Conference, London, 30 August – 2 September 2016 … More
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.
Foresighting a Future with Cities – a roundtable forum on future-oriented research-policy
Joe Ravetz, Co-director of the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy (CURE) announces our annual event.
Seminar on offshore wind in the UK with Stuart Dawley, Danny McKinnon and Gavin Bridge
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.
Professor Gordon Walker (Lancaster University and DEMAND centre) to speak at CURE
Join us this coming Wednesday for a seminar that explores what it means to conceive of a right to energy, and how in doing so, it is necessary to consider what energy is for.
Stefan Bouzarovski to speak about geographies of domestic energy demand at IRS Erkner in Germany
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
Environmental transitions: Perspectives on everyday urban and regional transformation
Join us for this afternoon seminar in December, featuring several prominent speakers on questions of nature, community and everyday life as they relate to urban and regional change. The event will also involve a launch of the book ‘Communities in Transition’ by Saska Petrova.
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.