Last week EVALUATE’s Harriet Thomson was awarded the Economic and Social Research Council’s Outstanding Early Career Impact Prize
Category: General announcements
Reporting that seeks to empower
We are delighted to bring a new guest post by Marylin Smith – the Executive Director of EnAct, a new global project focused on radically changing the manner in which knowledge on energy poverty is produced and disseminated.
Two new post-docs in urban transitions and energy efficiency
We have just advertised two Research Associate posts in urban transitions and energy efficiency at the Geography discipline and the Centre for … More
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.
EVALUATE project issues its first policy brief
The EVALUATE project has published a policy brief directed at decision-makers across Europe. The brief focuses on energy prices and general poverty trends in the European Union. It is being issued to coincide with the commencement of EU Sustainable Energy Week and the ManagEnergy Annual Conference, where our team is represented Stefan Bouzarovski at a plenary panel discussion.
Moving beyond the polemic: Shale gas as a focal point for discussion on key energy issues
Unconventional gas exploitation has recently become a hot political issue across Europe (and the UK in particular), supplementing the intense … More
CURE launch lecture
We are delighted to announce our official launch lecture. It will be delivered by Professor Harriet Bulkeley, and is titled Just Energy … More
Another CURE-led call for papers for 2014 AAG: Energy and the socioecological production of space
Visitors to this blog may be interested in this call for papers for the Annual Meeting of the Association of American … More
As of today, this site has a new structure – from our initial aim to act as an information vehicle … More