Centre News

Registration Opens for EE2023

Registration Opens for EE2023

In-person and virtual registrations are now open for EE2023: Financing the Future. We are excited to present a range of additional programming including the conference dinner, ceilidh, Pibroch, Song of the Ice, and local tours.

MSc in Energy Ethics – Priority registration closes soon

MSc in Energy Ethics – Priority registration closes soon

The MSc in Energy Ethics explores how we balance our energy demands with our concerns about anthropogenic climate change. How can we make sense of the complexity of our energy systems and address challenges of energy security and equity? What can we do to create a...

St Andrews Launches MSc in Energy Ethics

St Andrews Launches MSc in Energy Ethics

We are thrilled to be able to announce the launch of the MSc in Energy Ethics at the University of St Andrews! This course will explore how we balance our energy demands with our concerns about anthropogenic climate change.

Sarah O’Brien named joint winner of David Riches Medal

Sarah O’Brien named joint winner of David Riches Medal

The Ladislav Holy Memorial Trust has announced Centre Researcher Sarah O'Brien as joint-winner of this year’s David Riches Medal for Postgraduate Research. The David Riches Medal for Postgraduate Research is awarded on a competitive basis each year to one postgraduate...

New Seminar Series – Looking North Through Art

New Seminar Series – Looking North Through Art

This series invites speakers and participants to reflect upon those themes through the lens of art and writing, guided by questions of climate change, ecocriticism and energy ethics.

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...

Poet brings new energy to research centre

Poet brings new energy to research centre

Award-winning poet and writer Rebecca Sharp will be taking up the position of Artist-in-Residence at the University of St Andrews’ Centre for Energy Ethics (CEE). The 18-month post will begin in September 2022.

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.