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  1. Dive In!

    Dive In!

    Protecting Our Oceans

    Dive In! explores the wonders of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and the actions that you can take to help save it.

  2. Locust: The Opera

    Locust: The Opera

    The Ghostly Tale of a Vanished Species - Free

    Anne Guzzo's one-hour chamber opera is presented by a group of American singers and Scottish musicians, including Music Centre Associate Teachers, to mark...

  3. Power to the people
    Limited access

    Power to the people

    St andrews' journey to net-zero and the future of energy

    Have you heard about the University of St andrews' ambitious goal to be net zero by 2035? Join us to discover how we plan to achieve this essential...

  4. Energy is Not a Laughing Matter
    Cancelled

    Energy is Not a Laughing Matter

    Free

    Join colleagues for a night of comedy with an academic twist by some of the funniest clever people around for a live audience in studio and virtual MS Teams...

  5. All About Energy Podcast

    All About Energy Podcast

    Harry Watkins: Building a Landscape

    Host James is joined by Dr Lydia Cole (St andrews) as the two discuss a recent report on behavioral changes that can fight Climate Change and some news about...

  6. Masters students --- invitation to a Mock COP

    Masters students --- invitation to a Mock COP

    As we prepare for the UN United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, the University of St andrews' Centre for Energy Ethics & Model...

  7. Energy Ethics 2021:  Energy Transitions & Planetary Futures

    Energy Ethics 2021: Energy Transitions & Planetary Futures

    Energy demand is growing, while urgent calls to reduce and mitigate the environmental impact of carbon emissions are intensifying. Transitioning our societies...

  8. Miss Tampon Liberty: Jay Critchley and Environmenstrual Art since 1970

    Miss Tampon Liberty: Jay Critchley and Environmenstrual Art since 1970

    STACEES Research Seminar

    In the 1970s and 80s, when menstruation was generally considered taboo, artist Jay Critchley made art out of discarded plastic tampon applicators washed up and...

  9. Centre for Energy Ethics --- Being Human Festival 2021

    Centre for Energy Ethics --- Being Human Festival 2021

    What happens when we bring together artists and researchers to think and talk about energy? The Centre for Energy Ethics and the University of St andrews invite...

  10. From steaming swamp to blanket bog: peatlands in action

    From steaming swamp to blanket bog: peatlands in action

    Exhibition on the peatlands of Peru

    Come on a tour of Peru's steaming swamps through a selection of photographs taken by researchers from the University of St andrews, and colleagues, during...

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