Energy vulnerability seminar
30 Apr 2013
The University will host a three-day seminar on 'Energy vulnerability conditions and pathways: Towards a research and policy agenda' on 21-23 May.
The seminar is supported by the UK Energy Research Centre, as well as the Energy Geographies Working Group of the Royal Geographical Society, and the International Energy Vulnerability Network.
It aims to bring together academic researchers, policy representatives and the third sector to consider the ‘pathways to vulnerability’ through which individuals, communities, places and states are affected by fuel poverty.
The event includes an early career researcher symposium (with 20 selected papers) and a seminar featuring 12 high-profile invited speakers; both events will offer ample space for both informal and structured discussion.
Further information and registration
Participants can register for either or both components of the event. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis, but places are limited.
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