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"You just have to get by" Coping with Low Incomes and Cold Homes

Anderson, w. and White, V., Centre for Sustainable Energy and Finney, A., University of Bristol Fuel poverty, Income poverty, Child poverty This report describes the findings of a study of the coping strategies of low-income households in GreatBritain, fu ...

A Climate Change Risk Assessment for Northern Ireland

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) Climate change, Risk Assessment This climate change risk assessment for Northern Ireland has been produced as part of the UK Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA). The CCRA is required under Secti ...

A guide to landlords’ duties: Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004

Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland Landlord, Gas based appliances This information sheet outlines the legal duties of landlords who rent their properties to tenants in relation to the intsallation, maintainance and record keeping around gas ...

A profile of older people in Northern Ireland – 2013 update

Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency Older people, Social exclusion As part of Promoting Social Inclusion (PSI), a commitment was given in the Programme for Government that the Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (OFMdFM) wou ...

Achieving our Potential: An Analysis of Area-based Approaches to Improving Energy Efficiency in scotland's Homes

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Scotland and the Energy Agency Energy efficiency This report states that improving the energy efficiency of existing housing can make a difference to energy bill. The research, carried out for WWF Scotland and the Energy Agency, ...

Advice and Information on the use of Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland Carbon monoxide This information sheet provides information on the use of carbon monoxide detectors explaining how they work, how they should be used, what to look for in a detector etc. While excellent dev ...

Age of Opportunity: Transforming the Lives of Older People Living in Poverty

Centre for social Justice (CSI) Poverty, Isolation, Later life, Older people, Social exclusion The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ)  launched (Thurs 30 June)  Age of Opportunity: Transforming the lives of older people living in poverty, a report on poverty ...

All-Ireland Policy Paper on Fuel Poverty and Health (2007)

Older people are more likely to experience fuel poverty due to lower standards of housing coupled with lower incomes, so population ageing must be taken into account within a strategic approach to fuel poverty 10.14655/749069-6033 The Institute of Public ...

All-Island Generation capacity Statement 2013- 2022

EirGrid and SONI Electricity demand, Capacity The Generation Capacity Statement outlines the expected electricity demand and levels of generation capacity available over the next 10 years in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and on an all-island b ...

An Analysis of Hydrological Model Uncertainty at the Local Stage of a Climate Change Impact Assessment in the Suir Catchment

Murphy, Nuala; Geography; Hydrological Model Uncertainty; Climate Change Impact Assessment; Suir Catchment; Climate Change; Ireland; This thesis presents an analysis of uncertainty at the local stage of a climate impact assessment. Impact model structural ...

Annual Report on Fuel Poverty Statistics 2011

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). Fuel poverty A household is said to be fuel poor if it needs to spend more than 10 per cent of its income on fuel to maintain an adequate level of warmth. Although the emphasis in the definition is on heatin ...

Annual Report on Fuel Poverty Statistics 2012

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) Fuel poverty, Climate, Cost, Energy A household is said to be in fuel poverty if it needs to spend more than 10% of its income on fuel to maintain a satisfactory heating regime (usually 21 degrees for the mai ...

Annual Update on Fuel Poverty and Health (2008)

refer to the resource 10.14655/20080001 Institute of Public Health in Ireland Fuel poverty, Research, Economics, Statutory Sector, Community Sector, Voluntary sectors This paper provides an update on the All-Ireland Policy Paper on Fuel Poverty and Health ...

Annual Update on Fuel Poverty and Health (December 2009)

This Annual Update on Fuel Poverty (December 2009) follows the All-Ireland Policy Paper on Fuel Poverty and Health published in 2007 and the Annual Update on Fuel Poverty (December 2008).  It details develoments on the island of Ireland in policy and rese ...

Atlas of Health and Climate

World Health Organization (WHO) Weather, Climate, Major health challenges The Atlas of health and climate is a product of this unique collaboration between the meteorological and public health communities. It provides sound scientific information on the c ...

Carbon Monoxide Are you at risk?

Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety ACCIDENT PREVENTION, CARBON MONOXIDE, HOME SAFETY, POISONING, VENTILATION This booklet provides information on carbon monoxide gas and provides information, advice and safety tips to prevent accident ...

Cash by any other name? Evidence on labelling from the UK Winter Fuel Payment

Beatty, T.K.M., Blow, L., Crossley, T.F. and O'Dea, C., Institute for Fiscal Studies EXPENDITURE, FUEL POVERTY, HOUSEHOLD, WEATHER Standard economic theory implies that the labelling of cash transfers or cash-equivalents (e.g. child benefits, food st ...

Census 2011- Population and Household Estimates for Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) Census, Statistical data, Population Phase one of the first release from the 2011 Census is now available Some key highlights include: The population on Census Day was 1,810,900 – the highest ever re ...

Census 2011: Key Statistics at Northern Ireland and LGD Level

Russell, D., Northern Ireland Assembly Census statistics This paper presents a selection of key statistics from Census 2011 at the Northern Ireland and local government district (LGD) level. The paper covers twelve categories, including demography, religi ...