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Emilka Skrzypek and Nick Bainton article in The Conversation

Emilka Skrzypek and Nick Bainton article in The Conversation

Nations across the Pacific are facing a double threat. Rising sea levels threaten low-lying nations, extreme weather patterns causing more powerful cyclones and longer periods of drought. Meanwhile pressure from global resource extraction industries is growing. The...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee  Report on ‘Energy pricing and the future of the Energy Market’ 

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee  Report on ‘Energy pricing and the future of the Energy Market’ 

Centre for Energy Ethics members Sean Field, Mette High, Emilka Skrzypek, and David Ulph submitted evidence to Westminster’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee. On Tuesday 26 July, the BEIS Committee published a report on ‘Energy pricing and the future of the Energy Market’, which accepted and published our findings.

Lecturer in Energy Ethics

Lecturer in Energy Ethics

The Centre are looking for a new team member to lead and deliver the new MSc in Energy Ethics, take on the Deputy Director role of the Centre for Energy Ethics, and contribute to the Department’s undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. Closing Date: 15 July 2022.

CEE Welcomes New Postdoctoral Fellow

CEE Welcomes New Postdoctoral Fellow

The Centre for Energy Ethics would like to extend a very warm welcome to Dr Anna Balazs who has been awarded an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship to join the Department of Social Anthropology and the Centre for Energy Ethics from 1 October.

3MPlanet 2022 Winners Announced

3MPlanet 2022 Winners Announced

In April 2022, we challenged the 3MPlanet finalists to record an engaging and compelling 3-minute video on their dissertation research. What they produced exceeded our expectations and left the jury with what at times seemed like a near impossible task. After long deliberations, the results are in!

3MPlanet – voting is now live!

3MPlanet – voting is now live!

In April, The Centre for Energy Ethics invited all honours students at the University of St Andrews whose dissertation research explores topics related to energy, climate change and/or climate action, to its Three...

Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Series

Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Series

The Centre for Energy Ethics launched its 5-part online seminar series “Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight” on Thursday 7 April to enable discussions of the energy issues that have become ever more urgent locally, nationally, and internationally since the latest Russian...

CEE Submit Evidence to Policymakers

CEE Submit Evidence to Policymakers

Research helps to shape better, more effective, and innovative policy and ensure that policy decisions are grounded in evidence. Providing written evidence submissions to parliamentary inquiries is a great way to get research into the very heart of policymaking process.

Dr Sean Field Appears on BBC Radio Derby

Dr Sean Field Appears on BBC Radio Derby

Centre for Energy Ethics Research Fellow, Dr Sean Field, joined BBC radio host Sally Pepper live on Wednesday 16 March to discuss the UK’s energy crisis.  Discussing the crisis and what options the UK has to address it in the immediate term – from...