“For cities it can feel a bit of a lonely place to be responsible for all of these changes.”

Britt Jurgensen and Laura Williams from Carbon Co-op


The energy and climate challenge is so big that it requires everybody to be involved. New ways of communicating are needed. What are the best means to shape new narratives and, in the end, to make people want to engage in changing the energy system? In this episode we talked with Laura Williams and Britt Jurgensen from Carbon Co-op: one is a trained theatre practitioner, the other a political activist. Can we empower people more easily by merging art and activism?

This episode was recorded via internet. It is part of “City Stories” which is brought to you by the EU project mPower. mPower explores how cities and citizens can manage the energy transition together – in a fair, clean and democratic way. Participation can happen at various stages: from involving citizens, local NGOs or businesses in the policy design to any stage of the energy value chain: for example as shareholders or even prosumers. The mPower project gets funding from the European Horizon 2020 programme.

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Britt Jurgensen and Laura Williams

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Name

Britt Jurgensen and Laura Williams

Position

Facilitator and Project Manager

Date

20/01/2020

Location

Manchester, United Kingdom

Website

carbon.coop

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