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Online session: How to create programs that improve health and eliminate energy poverty

What are the challenges and successful approaches to design programs that improve health, wellbeing and equality for people affected by energy poverty? WELLBASED and URBANOME co-organises this session to explore what can be done better to tackle energy poverty and health questions in cities as part of the Nature of Cities Festival. Learn how to develop new innovative health-focused approaches to alleviate energy poverty amongst the most vulnerable and disadvantaged, while promoting energy-efficient behaviours and reducing energy demand in those households.

The speakers

  • Joao Pedro Gouveia – CENSE, NOVA University of Lisbon; EPAH Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (and WELLBASED Advisory Board Expert)
  • William Baker– Catapult Energy Systems
  • Merel Stevens– Erasmus Medical School
  • Melda Karademir – Edirne City Council (WELLBASED project) 
  • Anna Jensen – Aarhus University
  • Fien Vandebeke– City of Eeklo/Belgium (POWERUp project)
  • Alix Aliaga – Gladsaxe Kommune/ Denmark (EUPolis Project)
  • Prof Richard Laing– Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

The moderators

  • Miriam Eisermann– Energy Cities
  • Vassilis Voulgarakis– Vilabs
  • Jaideep Visave– Institute of Advanced Studies, Pavia

The Nature of Cities festival is an online event that takes place from 29 to 31 March 2022 across different regional time zones and in different languages. To join one of the sessions you need to register for the festival.

  • price of energy | energy research | household
  • -
  • External event

Practical information

When
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Languages
English
Organisers
WELLBASED and URBANOME
Website
Wellbased event link

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