i am really interested in this phd symposium at the university of birmingham. worth spending a day over! many interesting research about participatory approach and creative engagement. all focused around domestic intervention, but that’s where research in behaviour-change started!
The symposium is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Midlands Energy Graduate School and organised by the ADMIER project team (http://espru.wordpress.com/admier/)
The symposium will be followed by a one day-seminar on the same topic – click here for the programme and abstracts.
10.10-11.10: Energy governance (Chair: Saska Petrova, University of Birmingham)
Robert Marchand, Centre for Energy, Environment and Sustainability, University of Sheffield: The need for participatory stakeholder processes for fuel poverty problem definition, measurement and policy formulation
Lauren Probert, School of Civil Engineering, University of Loughborough: Finding the fuel poor: an exploration of challenges and practicable solutions
Rachel Macrorie, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia: Energising communities: the dynamics and governance of everyday domestic practices in a low-carbon living context
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