Call for abstracts for Energy Cultures International Conference 2016

Abstract submissions for the Energy Cultures Conference will be closing on 18th December 2015, so make sure to submit your abstract before this deadline.  Find further details on the call for abstracts webpage and download the abstract template.

The conference is being held in Wellington, New Zealand on July 6th and 7th 2016.

The conference invites theoretically-informed, empirical research and perspectives on energy-related behaviour and its role in transitioning to a sustainable energy future. The conference adopts a broad understanding of behaviour change that includes households, businesses and governments; energy and mobility; single-factor to systemic change.

Bringing together researchers, practitioners and policymakers, the second day, Thursday 7th, will have a policy-specific focus.

International keynote speakers are confirmed as Professor Benjamin Sovacool, Professor Kajsa Ellegård, John A. ‘Skip’ Laitner, and Associate Professor Malcolm McCulloch.

Conference registration is now open. We have a capacity limit of 300 attendees so resister early to ensure your place.

Visit the conference website, sign up for our e-newsletter or follow us on twitter @energycultures for further details about the conference and the programme as they become available.

Please share this reminder with your networks and colleagues who may be interested.

With kind regards

Janet Stephenson, Rebecca Ford, Debbie Hopkins, Jane Khan, Ben Wooliscroft, Michelle Scott, Sara Walton

The Energy Cultures Conference Committee

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