Posts Tagged: communities

‘We have seen the future and it looks edgy’ – notes on Foresighting a Future for Cities

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.

‘We have seen the future and it looks edgy’ – notes on Foresighting a Future for Cities

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.

When renovations have a hidden agenda: renoviction

By Sergio Tirado Herrero Incentives split between owners and tenants are often mentioned as a significant barrier to energy efficiency investments and behaviour in the housing rental sector. As discussed by Gillingham et al. (2012), tenants have little incentives to

When renovations have a hidden agenda: renoviction

By Sergio Tirado Herrero Incentives split between owners and tenants are often mentioned as a significant barrier to energy efficiency investments and behaviour in the housing rental sector. As discussed by Gillingham et al. (2012), tenants have little incentives to

Energy vulnerability conference in Manchester – a short report

By Stefan Bouzarovski I announced the Manchester energy vulnerability conference several times on this blog – it finally happened last week (between the 21st and 23rd of May)! The event provided an entire new range of perspectives on the emergent

Energy vulnerability conference in Manchester – a short report

By Stefan Bouzarovski I announced the Manchester energy vulnerability conference several times on this blog – it finally happened last week (between the 21st and 23rd of May)! The event provided an entire new range of perspectives on the emergent