Energy and Fuel Poverty, and Sustainable Solutions
Bristol Poverty Institute Interdisciplinary Seminar Series: Energy and Fuel Poverty, and Sustainable Solutions
On Thursday 14 May 2020, the Bristol Poverty Institute held an online interdisciplinary seminar entitled Energy and Fuel Poverty, and Sustainable Solutions.
Featured speakers include:
- Sam Williamson (Engineering, Lecturer in Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
- Professor David Gordon (Policy Studies, Bristol Poverty Institute Director; Professor of Social Justice)
- Peter Thomas (Engineering/Geographical Sciences, PhD Researcher in Renewable Energy)
- Caroline Bird (Computer Science, Research Associate in Computer Science)
- Dr Colin Nolden (Law, Vice Chancellor’s Fellow in Energy and Climate Governance)
- Dr Ed Atkins (Geographical Sciences, Lecturer in Geographical Sciences)
- Hannah Spungin (Bristol City Council, Programme Manager, Bristol City Council Energy Service)
This was followed by a facilitated discussion, chaired by Dr Lauren Winch, BPI Manager.
Video recording available to view below
This seminar was part of the BPI’s interdisciplinary seminar series which focus on broad themes relevant to poverty research and which can be explored from a variety of different perspectives.
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