Scenarios of future energy vulnerability and resilience under climate change
Current understandings of energy vulnerability often assume that the environmental context within which we use energy- and in particular the climate system- is a given. However, predictions of climate change over the next 20- 50 years suggest that the environmental factors that shape energy use decisions may change considerably.
This one day workshop, organised under the remit of the EPSRC-ESRC cluster on Energy Systems, Equity and Vulnerability, seeks to develop understanding of the interactions between climate change, processes of transition for low carbon built environments and future energy vulnerabilities. Confirmed speakers include Prof. Sarah Curtis (Durham University); Prof. Gordon Walker (Lancaster University); Magnus Benzie (AEA Technology) and Helen Stockton (National Energy Action).
Please register by 15 October 2010.
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