practice theory and MLP – a ‘controversy’ for Dale Southerton and me to chew over

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Very pleased to have another invite from Forum Vies Mobile to chip in on working out how to make the ways we get about less environmentally damaging. This time by putting practice theory and Multi-Level Perspective up against each other in conversation with Dale Southerton.

Critical insights on nexus, home and transitions at the Sheffield workshop

img_9172The first ‘nexus at home’ workshop made for an excellent start to the series, with a morning of provocative talks warming us up well for some lively workshop activity orchestrated by Will Medd. An account of the day is over on the project blog, and can be accessed here.

No more meters? A piece on The Conversation with Elizabeth Shove

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From The Conversation, No More Meters – follow links

Imagine never again receiving an energy bill. Instead, you could pay a flat fee for “comfort”, “cleanliness” or “home entertainment” alongside a premium for more energy-demanding TVs, kettles or fridge-freezers. This isn’t the stuff of science fiction – it’s emerging right now. Recent changes in technology and regulation are enabling the development of new ways to provide electricity and gas.

 

Read more at The Conversation – No more meters?