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 Minute Planet (3MPlanet) competition. Adapted from the format of a Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) developed by the University of Queensland, we challenged them to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance to climate action to a non-specialist audience, in just three minutes.
The entries are in and our finalists have been chosen!
You can watch all six entries here: 3MPlanet | Energy Ethics (st-andrews.ac.uk)
Remember to vote for your favourite before 6pm on Sunday 12th June!
The winner, runner up and the public vote laureate will be announced on Wednesday, 15th June.