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  1. Acting on Climate Change

    Acting on Climate Change

    Policy, Rights and Net Zero

    Balancing rising energy demands with the need to curb and adapt to anthropogenic climate change in a just and equitable way is at the heart of an existential...

  2. Book Launch -- Author Meets Critique

    Book Launch -- Author Meets Critique

    'Engineering Reality' with Cornelia Helmcke

    During this book launch event, author Cornelia Helmcke will meet critics Bibiana Duarte-Abadía (Wageningen University) and Christopher Schulz (University of St...

  3. Disability in Higher Education
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    Disability in Higher Education

    A Roundtable Event hosted by the Department of Social Anthropology

    Please join us for a roundtable event to discuss Disability in Higher Education

  4. Painting in Steam -- new start time of 2pm

    Painting in Steam -- new start time of 2pm

    Climate, Combustion, and Pollution in British Art

    Join the School of Art History and Dr Stephanie O'Rourke for 'Painting in Steam: Climate, Combustion, and Pollution in British Art'. Reception...

  5. Energy Cafe: Shores of Change

    Energy Cafe: Shores of Change

    The global energy transition and the future of African coastal states

    The urgency to address the impacts of climate change has reached a critical point. Although the global community acknowledges the imperative for a united...

  6. 3M Planet Final

    3M Planet Final

    Join us in Parliament Hall for the finals of the 3MPlanet competition. Each of our seven finalists has distilled their honours thesis on topics related to...

  7. Sketching Stories of Climate Anxiety

    Sketching Stories of Climate Anxiety

    As part of the Fife Climate Festival, this family-friendly (age 12+) workshop will explore climate justice and climate anxiety through different examples of...

  8. A Changing Climate Changing Lives: Poetry Writing Competition

    A Changing Climate Changing Lives: Poetry Writing Competition

    This reading, hosted by the School of English and Centre for Energy Ethics, will showcase the creative writing submissions from selected undergraduate students...

  9. Energy Cafe: Radical action from above

    Energy Cafe: Radical action from above

    The World Commission on Dams and the making of global guidelines for the planning and construction of large dams

    Hosted by Christopher Schulz Large dams are back on the global development agenda. Researchers have counted thousands of dam projects that are currently planned...

  10. Artist in Residence: one year on

    Artist in Residence: one year on

    CEE's Artist-in-Residence: Rebecca Sharp

    Join CEE's Artist-in-Residence, poet Rebecca Sharp, for this work-in-progress sharing event. Rebecca will be sharing some of the new poems written during...