Posts Tagged: cities

PhD studentship now available: New cityscapes of micro-energy storage

We are pleased to announce this unique opportunity to work on a fully-funded trans-discplinary research project at the University of Manchester.

PhD studentship now available: New cityscapes of micro-energy storage

We are pleased to announce this unique opportunity to work on a fully-funded trans-discplinary research project at the University of Manchester.

Energy alternatives and collective ownership

A report about Sören Becker’s research and his visit to CURE in late 2015

Energy alternatives and collective ownership

A report about Sören Becker’s research and his visit to CURE in late 2015

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.

CURE at the 2015 AAG in Chicago

Federico Cugurullo from CURE compiled a list of sessions and call for papers which have been organised by CURE members for the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), which will take place in Chicago between 21st and 24th of April 2015.

CURE at the 2015 AAG in Chicago

Federico Cugurullo from CURE compiled a list of sessions and call for papers which have been organised by CURE members for the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), which will take place in Chicago between 21st and 24th of April 2015.

Urban climate resilience – conserving and enhancing the contribution of hinterland landscapes

CURE Co-Director Jeremy Carter reflects on the different ways in which one of our ongoing projects – Climate Proof Cities – engages with issues of resilience, urban change and the regional landscape.

Urban climate resilience – conserving and enhancing the contribution of hinterland landscapes

CURE Co-Director Jeremy Carter reflects on the different ways in which one of our ongoing projects – Climate Proof Cities – engages with issues of resilience, urban change and the regional landscape.