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St Andrews hosts Energy Ethics Conference

Last week saw the University of St Andrews host an international Energy Ethics conference, where the ethical dilemmas surrounding our  relationships with energy were explored by over 25 academics. Topics of discussion ranged from the energy injustices for the ‘off-grid’ citizen, to the complicated ethical considerations ex-coal miners must face, in response to a declining industry.…

22 March 2016Education Energy Guardbridge Energy Centre Renewables

Students’ petition for Fossil Free St Andrews signed by over 500

Students at the University of St Andrews have formed a campaign group ‘Fossil Free St Andrews’ which is seeking to see the University divest its current investments out of fossil fuel companies. Since a petition to launch the campaign was launched on the 15th January, over 500 students, staff and alumni have signed. Find out…

9 March 2016Energy Renewables Sustinable Investment