Tagged with fuel poverty

Fuel poverty: the hard facts in Bristol

Fuel poverty: the hard facts in Bristol

Ade Williams, a pharmacist in Bristol, discusses the fuel poverty crisis in the city in an article on the Bristolcable website.   Brian’s story and the scandal of fuel poverty in Bristol My patient Brian worked out a routine for seeking warmth by staying in public buildings, including my pharmacy: ”Wear a smile and try … Continue reading

Why can’t we effectively tackle fuel poverty?

Why can’t we effectively tackle fuel poverty?

Paul Brown wrote an article in The Guardian that there continues to be many deaths when there is cold weather in Britain. Surely, after so many years of addressing this, we know how to solve it and, more importantly, we are addressing it effectively. Brown mentions that last winter there were 50,100 excess deaths in … Continue reading

Australia looks to addressing energy poverty

Australia looks to addressing energy poverty

Undoubtedly there is more awareness of energy poverty and how to tackle it. Nicola Willand, Research Consultant, Sustainable Building Innovation Laboratory at RMIT University and Ralph Horne, Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor, Research & Innovation; Director of UNGC Cities Programme; and Professor, RMIT University together with Trivess Moore, Lecturer at RMIT University provide a detailed article … Continue reading