Category Archives: New publications

CURE researchers contribute to thought leadership collection

Harriet Thomson, Cait Robinson and Neil Simcock contributed to the University of Manchester’s ‘On Energy’ publication

CURE researchers contribute to thought leadership collection

Harriet Thomson, Cait Robinson and Neil Simcock contributed to the University of Manchester’s ‘On Energy’ publication

New policy brief from EVALUATE project

A new EVALUATE policy brief on the lived experienced of energy poverty is now available.

New policy brief from EVALUATE project

A new EVALUATE policy brief on the lived experienced of energy poverty is now available.

New EVALUATE paper: Spatializing Energy Justice

A new EVALUATE paper explores the complex spatial dimensions of energy justice, poverty and vulnerability.

New EVALUATE paper: Spatializing Energy Justice

A new EVALUATE paper explores the complex spatial dimensions of energy justice, poverty and vulnerability.

New book: Retrofitting the City

Alastair Moore reviews Stefan Bouzarovski’s new monograph.

New book: Retrofitting the City

Alastair Moore reviews Stefan Bouzarovski’s new monograph.

New open access paper on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability

A global perspective on domestic energy deprivation: Overcoming the energy poverty–fuel poverty binary’, by Stefan Bouzarovski and Saska Petrova.

New open access paper on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability

A global perspective on domestic energy deprivation: Overcoming the energy poverty–fuel poverty binary’, by Stefan Bouzarovski and Saska Petrova.

New open access paper on gas transit in Europe

Read more about a recently-published paper from a CURE research project completed in 2014.

New open access paper on gas transit in Europe

Read more about a recently-published paper from a CURE research project completed in 2014.

Climate Change and the City – Building Capacity for Urban Adaptation

Read more about a recently published open access article resulting from the EcoCities project.

Climate Change and the City – Building Capacity for Urban Adaptation

Read more about a recently published open access article resulting from the EcoCities project.

Two new EVALUATE working papers published

The last week has seen the publication of two working papers containing some of the latest results of research undertaken within the EVALUATE project. The first paper is titled ‘From fuel poverty to energy vulnerability: the importance of services, needs

Two new EVALUATE working papers published

The last week has seen the publication of two working papers containing some of the latest results of research undertaken within the EVALUATE project. The first paper is titled ‘From fuel poverty to energy vulnerability: the importance of services, needs

CURE member authors report on climate change and social justice

The current relentless weather in the UK, and consequent flooding causing misery to thousands of people, has brought climate change into the media spotlight. A new Joseph Rowntree Foundation report, with a contribution from CURE’s own Dr Aleksandra Kazmierczak, focuses

CURE member authors report on climate change and social justice

The current relentless weather in the UK, and consequent flooding causing misery to thousands of people, has brought climate change into the media spotlight. A new Joseph Rowntree Foundation report, with a contribution from CURE’s own Dr Aleksandra Kazmierczak, focuses

CURE member authors report on climate change and social justice

The current relentless weather in the UK, and consequent flooding causing misery to thousands of people, has brought climate change into the media spotlight. A new Joseph Rowntree Foundation report, with a contribution from CURE’s own Dr Aleksandra Kazmierczak, focuses

CURE member authors report on climate change and social justice

The current relentless weather in the UK, and consequent flooding causing misery to thousands of people, has brought climate change into the media spotlight. A new Joseph Rowntree Foundation report, with a contribution from CURE’s own Dr Aleksandra Kazmierczak, focuses