School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
The events were targeted at undergraduate students (particularly those in the second year, who would be likely to take the ‘Geographies of energy and capitalism‘ module in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences – or GEES – at the University of Birmingham) although all members of the public were invited to attend.
The clubs were aimed at:
Each event lasted for approximately 2 hours, was attended by approximately 20 people, and included a range of researchers from different disciplines as participants, in addition to students.
Click on the relevant links below to access the presentation slides:
Club 1 (3rd May 2012): Built forms of Birmingham: Neighbourhood trajectories and residential environment legacies (Dr Peter Lee, GEES);
Club 2 (11th May 2012): Household energy behaviours and practices (Dr Rosie Day, GEES);
Club 3 (24th May 2012): Energy audits: Guidelines for students interested in active learning (Dr Stefan Bouzarovski, GEES).