Centre News

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...

Dr Mette High to Feature in ‘Ethics of Energy’ Panel

Dr Mette High to Feature in ‘Ethics of Energy’ Panel

The Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge has invited Centre Director Dr Mette High to participate in an online discussion panel on the Ethics of Energy. Part of the Cambridge Festival 2022, Dr High will feature alongside Dr Shaun Fitzgerald (Director of the Centre for Climate Repair, Cambridge) as the two explore some of the differences in timescales of impact and who might pick up the environmental tab on the way to ‘Net Zero’.

Emilka Skrzypek and Nick Bainton Awarded British Academy Grant

Emilka Skrzypek and Nick Bainton Awarded British Academy Grant

The Centre’s Emilka Skrzypek and her Co-Investigator, Nick Bainton from the University of Queensland were awarded a grant from The British Academy for a project titled: Just transition: A new framework for responsible extraction of energy transition metals for the...

Power and Poetry Event

Power and Poetry Event

To mark COP26 in Glasgow, Poetry and Power brings together three award-winning poets – Rebecca Sharp, John Bolland and Garry MacKenzie – to reflect on the intersection of Climate Change and Poetry.

POwer to the People COp26 Roundtable

POwer to the People COp26 Roundtable

Centre Director Mette High was a speaker at the roundtable event “Power to the People: St Andrews’ journey to net-zero and the future of energy”, which took place on Thursday 28 October 2021. At the event, Dr High brought attention to Fuel Poverty in Scotland and the...

Mette High Named University of St Andrews Delegate to COP26

Mette High Named University of St Andrews Delegate to COP26

Between 31 October – 12 November 2021, Glasgow is to play host to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26). As the University of St Andrews delegate, Dr High has been invited to attend the first week of the conference, which includes the World...