In this very insightful episode, IPCC author Yamina Saheb tells us about the importance of breaking silos, the results of poor policy choices and the dangers of the Energy Charter Treaty.
The “just transition” could be the right framework to rethink the way our societies are designed, and make sure disabled people are taking ownership of the opportunities presented, says Lucie Middlemiss. But first, we need to acknowledge that energy poverty is by essence, unsustainable.
ENAGER’s toolkit for a just transition with the people
Watch the Recording of the final meeting of the ESRC-funded Just Energy project on access to justice and ombudsmen for vulnerable and energy-poor energy consumers, led by Dr Naomi Creutzfeldt, Dr Chris Gill, Marine Cornelis and Dr Rachel McPherson & check out the toolkit!
From energy efficiency in transport to buildings, taxation, agriculture, and forestry, Europe is leading the way and seeking to bring its citizens on board. But is the package up to the task?
The ESRC Just Energy investigated access to justice for vulnerable and energy-poor people in five European countries and regions (UK, France, Italy, Bulgaria and Catalonia – Spain). Now reaching its end, listen to this episode to hear a few highlights.
In this first episode of Energ’Ethic, Marine Cornelis meets with Marta Garcia Paris, the CEO of Ecoserveis. Ecoserveis has undoubtedly transformed how energy poverty and consumer experience, in general, are taken into consideration in Barcelona and Europe.
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