For those people and communities who have particular needs, access to household energy may be a major factor in their lives. This edition of Boiling Point is dedicated to looking at those problems and possible coping strategies. BP46 looks at sectors of the community for whom access to energy is a particular problem such as: the elderly who are alone; children who have to fend for themselves; people with physical and mental disabilities; those who suffer long-term illness. The edition also looks at vulnerable communities, for example: those which are particularly isolated, and for whom climatic changes have had a major adverse impact; those urban communities for whom no formal tenancy arrangements, or their status, make access to energy difficult.

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