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ASA Panel: Who Speaks for Energy? (2021)
11:00 am - 12:00 am

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Energy is a necessity of life. How energy is harvested from the environment, however, and the repercussions of energy consumption, are of growing public concern and a central contributor to anthropogenic climate change. 

In a global yet highly unequal energy economy, questions of responsibility and

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ASA Panel: Who Speaks for Energy? (2021)
12:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Energy is a necessity of life. How energy is harvested from the environment, however, and the repercussions of energy consumption, are of growing public concern and a central contributor to anthropogenic climate change. 

In a global yet highly unequal energy economy, questions of responsibility and

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Energy Cafe
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Scotland’s Faltering Green Revolution

In conversation with Patrick O’Hare, Dr Ewan Gibbs, lecturer in Global Inequalities (Economic and Social History) at the University of Glasgow, discusses his latest research on the relationship between renewable energy and Scottish nationalism, asking why Scotland has f

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PEPtalk One: Engaging with policymakers
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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 with policymakers?

The Centre for Energy Ethics at the University of St Andrews is pleased to announce its Policy Engagement Practice seminar series – PEPtalks.

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Energy Cafe
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Growth in marine renewable energy (MRE) generation is critical to meeting CO2 reduction targets. However, uncertainties about potential impacts of marine renewables on marine mammals are a key consenting risk for the MRE industry around the world.

This seminar will present the latest research carried out by the Sea Ma

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A Place for Oil: Memory of Oil and Place in Museums across the World

What does oil mean to those who live in places where it is produced? How are legacies of oil created and contested? And how will we remember the oil industry in the context of climate change and transitions to renewable energy sources?

Since the beginning of the industrial production of oil in the mid-19th century, oi

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A Place for Oil: Memory of Oil and Place in Museums across the World

What does oil mean to those who live in places where it is produced? How are legacies of oil created and contested? And how will we remember the oil industry in the context of climate change and transitions to renewable energy sources?

Since the beginning of the industrial production of oil in the mid-19th century, oi

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A Place for Oil: Memory of Oil and Place in Museums across the World

What does oil mean to those who live in places where it is produced? How are legacies of oil created and contested? And how will we remember the oil industry in the context of climate change and transitions to renewable energy sources?

Since the beginning of the industrial production of oil in the mid-19th century, oi

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A Place for Oil: Memory of Oil and Place in Museums across the World

What does oil mean to those who live in places where it is produced? How are legacies of oil created and contested? And how will we remember the oil industry in the context of climate change and transitions to renewable energy sources?

Since the beginning of the industrial production of oil in the mid-19th century, oi

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A Place for Oil: Memory of Oil and Place in Museums across the World

What does oil mean to those who live in places where it is produced? How are legacies of oil created and contested? And how will we remember the oil industry in the context of climate change and transitions to renewable energy sources?

Since the beginning of the industrial production of oil in the mid-19th century, oi

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All About Energy Episode 3
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