Child and youth fuel poverty: assessing the known and unknown

@inproceedings{OSullivan2016ChildAY,
  title={Child and youth fuel poverty: assessing the known and unknown},
  author={Kimberley O’Sullivan and Lucy Telfar Barnard and Helen Viggers and Philippa Howden-Chapman},
  year={2016}
}
The broad health effects of fuel poverty include both the physiological and psychosocial effects of exposure to adverse indoor temperatures. Fuel poverty poses a greater risk to groups spending more time at home, including older people, people with disabilities or chronic illness, and families with young children. To date, fuel poverty research has focused on the first two of these groups, while few studies have specifically explored the outcomes of fuel poverty for children. Very little fuel… CONTINUE READING

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