Blog Category: Energy Justice & ADR

Energ'Ethic Podcast Energy Feminist
Energy Justice & ADR

Making energy feminist, a conversation with Mariëlle Feenstra

What is missing to build a truly just, intersectional and inclusive transition? How can academic research be linked with almost 15 years of experience in the public and private sectors? Marine Cornelis discusses energy and feminism with Mariëlle Feenstra in the new episode of the Energ’Ethic Podcast.

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Housing policies with Stefan Bouzarovski and Manon Burbidge
Energy Justice & ADR

Housing policies should focus on the people who live in them, talking with Stefan Bouzarovski and Manon Burbidge, ENPOR project

Is the Renovation Wave on track to address the complexity of fuel poverty? European policies seem to be getting a better grasp of the phenomenon. Still, even today, although energy poverty and vulnerability are getting more and more attention from European policymakers, many factors remain entirely unexplored. This is particularly the case for the private rented sector. In this episode of the Energ’Ethic Podcast, we will discuss this issue with Manon Burbidge and Professor Stefan Bouzarovski.

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Co Women, Berlin
Energy Justice & ADR

European strategies for gender-inclusive energy and climate transitions: where do we stand?

When the ASSET project coordinators asked me to present women’s role in European energy transition policies, I assumed the task would be relatively simple. After all, inclusivity is one of the core principles of the European Union! I learned that much more needs to be done to overcome gender barriers and allow the EU to be explicitly feminist and intersectional.

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Energy consumers

Energy consumer protection at the time of Coronavirus: a case study

The COVID-19 outbreak makes us face an unprecedented situation. Our consumption and social model needs to be reinvented. Governments seem to have decided not to add to the health crisis a social catastrophe that would leave too many people out in the cold. In this paper, I explore the first support measures for energy consumers set up in five countries: Italy, France, Belgium, Spain and the United Kingdom. 

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