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  1. 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...

  2. Energy Café: Saving energy, saving the Revolution

    Energy Café: Saving energy, saving the Revolution

    Energy efficiency and revolutionary ethics in the Cuban transition

    Dr Gustav Cederlöf School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden In the pursuit of socialism, Cuba become one of Latin America's most...

  3. Good Till the Close

    Good Till the Close

    A collaboration between the Centre for Energy Ethics and the Centre for Poetic Innovation, Good Till The Close is a 'fortune-telling',...

  4. Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Revisited -- The Energy of Water

    Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Revisited -- The Energy of Water

    Join us for the next seminar of Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Revisited. This session will be dedicated to the story of the Kakhovka dam, its destruction by...

  5. 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...

  6. No More Fossils -- New Book Discussion with Dominic Boyer

    No More Fossils -- New Book Discussion with Dominic Boyer

    Join us for a new book discussion with author Professor Dominic Boyer, on 12 February at 3pm (UK time) online. In No More Fossils, Dominic Boyer tells the story...

  7. Energy Cafe Bioenergetic Models & Nature Management

    Energy Cafe Bioenergetic Models & Nature Management

    We are what we eat. and so are animals. The use of bioenergetic models to inform nature management.

    In marine environments, anthropogenic disturbance, such as noise from human activities is increasing dramatically, causing animals to alter their behaviour and...

  8. PEP talk: Turning Research into Impact: Responding to Calls for Evidence

    PEP talk: Turning Research into Impact: Responding to Calls for Evidence

    Ever wondered what role research and evidence plays in policymaking? Have you considered how your research can help inform policy? Do you know how to engage...

  9. Centre for Energy Ethics: Poetry Workshop with Rebecca Sharp

    Centre for Energy Ethics: Poetry Workshop with Rebecca Sharp

    Rebecca Sharp is a writer whose work includes plays, poetry, prose, visual and collaborative projects. ​She is currently the inaugural Artist in Residence...

  10. PEPtalk: Relational approaches to navigating policy impact

    PEPtalk: Relational approaches to navigating policy impact

    The Centre for Energy Ethics is pleased to announce its Policy Engagement Practice seminar series --- PEPtalks. Please join us and our invited speakers as...