Nora Mzavanadze reflects on a half-day seminar organized by RMIT Europe in Barcelona, Spain on November 28th, 2016.
In this article, Harriet Thomson presents a discussion of the European Parliament’s most recent announcement on energy poverty and what it means in practical terms.
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.
Joe Ravetz, Co-director of the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy (CURE) announces our annual event.
A reminder for our forthcoming event …
In his third post on this blog, Joe Ravetz, Co-director of CURE, gives a critical overview of prosperity indexes. He formulates and develops the idea of synergistic prosperity.
In her second blog post, Nora Mzavanadze provides a critical analysis of the current status of residential energy efficiency renovation programmes in Lithuania and presents her views on the existing barriers to such investments. Barriers to building renovation Under the circumstances described in the previous post – Energy poverty in Lithuania: symptoms (part1) – weContinue reading “Energy poverty in Lithuania: diagnosis (part 2)”
In her first post for this blog, Nora Mzavanadze, PhD candidate of Central European University (CEU) and independent consultant for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), examines key aspects of domestic energy deprivation in Lithuania. Her analysis of the current situation highlights the burden that district heating costs represent for Lithuanian urban households and theContinue reading “Energy poverty in Lithuania: symptoms (part 1)”
Dr Alexander Wochnik, a member of CURE and Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Environment, Education and Development at the University of Manchester, reflects on some of the implications of Germany’s new ‘Grand’ coalition agreement for the ongoing low carbon transition. His piece also provides rare insights into an issue that is currently at the margins of current academic and policy debates – the implications of the Energiewende for Germany’s relations with its neighbouring countries in the EU.
Joe Ravetz reviews experience from ‘CURE-1’ (Centre for Urban & Regional Ecology), and the prospects for ‘CURE-2’ – Centre for Urban Resilience & Energy. The text is based on an editorial for the Special Issue on ‘Urban Ecology and Resilience’, Town and Country Planning, October 2013.