CURE members convened two sessions and gave three presentations on energy vulnerability at the 2017 RGS-IBG conference.
An update on the energy poverty situation in Lithuania
Lithuanian Responsible Business Association hosted probably the first seminar on energy poverty in Lithuania. CURE’s Nora Mzavanadze reports
Addressing digital futures and the social impacts of energy efficient buildings
Nora Mzavanadze reflects on a half-day seminar organized by RMIT Europe in Barcelona, Spain on November 28th, 2016.
Casanova district: planning an exemplary urban development in Italy
Guest contributors Roberta Pernetti and Marco Castagna present urban planning processes in the city of Bolzano and their monitoring research
Business model innovation to foster the energy transition
Guest contributor Emanuele Facchinetti discusses the changing realities of energy utility companies in the context of the energy transitions towards distributed low-carbon energy systems
Energy alternatives and collective ownership
A report about Sören Becker’s research and his visit to CURE in late 2015
From austerity traps to devolution opportunities: the role of city foresight
Joe Ravetz, Co-director of CURE discusses the ‘City Foresight Platform’, an innovative platform for a strategic transformation of cities, economies, governance and technologies.
Foresighting a Future with Cities – a roundtable forum on future-oriented research-policy
Joe Ravetz, Co-director of the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy (CURE) announces our annual event.
Professor Gordon Walker (Lancaster University and DEMAND centre) to speak at CURE
Join us this coming Wednesday for a seminar that explores what it means to conceive of a right to energy, and how in doing so, it is necessary to consider what energy is for.
Exploring vulnerabilities in the Anthropocene: the energy-climate nexus
The EVALUATE team is organising a conference session on energy and climate vulnerability at the largest geography conference in the UK. Paper proposals need to reach us by the 11th of February!