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Africa@2050 Winners

Africa@2050 Winners

In June, the Centre for Energy Ethics ran the inaugural Africa@2050 Climate Fiction Competition in conjunction with the Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability Studies (C3SS) at the University of Ghana. It is our pleasure to announce the winners of our Africa@2050 Climate-Fiction Competition!

Centre Welcomes New Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dr Itay Noy

Centre Welcomes New Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dr Itay Noy

We are thrilled to announce that Dr Itay Noy will be joining us from 1 October as the inaugural Centre for Energy Ethics Postdoctoral Fellow. Funded by The Gabrione Family, the Fellowship is a 1-year award offered to an outstanding early career researcher working on issues of energy ethics in the arts, humanities, social or natural sciences.

New book from Nick Bainton and Emilka Skrzypek

New book from Nick Bainton and Emilka Skrzypek

The unstable and often dialectical relationship between the presence and absence of the state in a resource extraction context is examined in a newly released book edited by Nick Bainton and Emilka Skrzypek: The Absent Presence of the State in Large-Scale Resource Extraction Projects.

Dr Mette High: Falling Walls 2021 Finalist

Dr Mette High: Falling Walls 2021 Finalist

Centre Director Dr Mette High has been selected a Finalist in the Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs of the Year 2021 in Social Sciences and Humanities! At the end of July, a distinguished jury for Social Sciences and Humanities will select 10 winners from among the...

3MPlanet winners announced

3MPlanet winners announced

We received a high number of excellent entries for the 3MPlanet Competition and were impressed with the quality of research done by our students, and their ability to communicate the importance of their topics to the general public.

Using Policy Briefs as an Innovative Form of Assessment – workshop

Using Policy Briefs as an Innovative Form of Assessment – workshop

Ever considered using a Policy Brief as an innovative form of assessment? CEE’s Emilka Skrzypek teamed up with colleagues at the University of St Andrews’ Organisational and Staff Development Services to develop a workshop for staff members with a keen interest in innovative teaching and learning, and research and policy engagement.