EVALUATE researcher Harriet Thomson established the EU Fuel Poverty Network in 2011, and since then it has grown to be one of the leading online portals for fuel poverty. Read more about the latest developments here.
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”
Our research associate Nora Mzavanadze is part of the authors’ team for the 6th Global Enviroment Oulook (GEO-6) report – a global state of the environment report led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). She is back from the authors’ meeting at the UNEP headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, and in this blog post she describes the raison d’être of such a report, explains the GEO process, summarizes the conclusions of the GEO-5 report and discusses the the novelties of the GEO-6 report.
CURE is hosting an evening seminar with Peter Rogers from Macquarie University and Sören Becker from the Lebniz Institute for Regional Planning.
We conclude our series of reports on the EVALUATE stakeholder workshops with an article on the most recent workshop in Skopje.
We continue our reports from recent stakeholder workshops held in the EVALUATE case study countries.
We continue our series of EVALUATE workshop reports with an article by Sergio Tirado Herrero describing a recent stakeholder event in Budapest.
Saska Petrova reports on a recent EVALUATE project event held in Prague.
Joe Ravetz, the Co-director of CURE, reports on the CURE annual forum that was co-organised with cities@manchester. The event took place in Manchester on the 24th of June 2015.
Following the completion of our neighbourhood surveys in April, the EVALUATE project team is organizing stakeholder workshops in three of our case study cities – Prague, Budapest and Gdansk. Read more about next week’s events here.