ACTIVITIES

02 September 2019 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

The theme of this session was visual communication: how does visual media affect conversations with the public about energy? The first speaker to add...

02 September 2019 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

The third knowledge exchange session addressed the theme of participation in energy-related communication projects. Topics discussed included policy ...

18 July 2019 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

1st Day, 24 JULY 13.30-14.00 Registration (Dalton and Joule Suite) 14.00-14.10 Welcome Georgina Young (Science and Industry Museum) ...

14 May 2018 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

Selected Bibliography on Energy Communication (re-uploaded on 14 May 2018 due to technical problem with the Birkbeck website) • Behavioural Ins...

04 December 2017 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

On 30 November 2017, the MCE project held its final event at the Dana Research Centre, the Science Museum, London. The MCE research finding sheets ca...

09 November 2017 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

On 6 October 2017, the MCE project and the British Film Institute (BFI) co-organised a workshop on energy related films. The event combined presen...

05 July 2017 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

  For the full report on the conference by Vanessa Taylor and Heather Chappells, please go to the Rachel Carson Center's website. On 27...

25 April 2017 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

A new blog series ‘Experts: Past, Present and Future’ has been launched as a joint initiative by the MCE project, the Institute for Advanced...

29 November 2016 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

Frank Trentmann, Materielle Kultur und Energiekonsum: Verbraucher und ihre Rolle für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung (oekom verlag München, 2016). ...

15 October 2016 | by ubhshi001 | Category: Uncategorized

In summer 2016, we have held a drawing competition, asking young students in Saijo city (Ehime, Japan) to show us how they imagine the past and future...