STACEES is the St Andrews Network for Climate, Energy, Environment and Sustainability. We are a vibrant and diverse community of researchers based at the University of St Andrews, where we launched in April 2021.

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  • Sustainability Events Bulletin – 17 January 2023

    Welcome to our Sustainability Events Bulletin. Below you will find a list of upcoming events about climate, energy, environment and sustainability at the University of St Andrews.   To feature your upcoming University event in a future bulletin check out our blog post. We hope you find this bulletin helpful for keeping track of events.  Events: … Read more

  • Inside the UN Plastics Pollution Treaty: Working at the Policy, Research, and Advocacy Interface

    23 January 2023, 13:00 – 14:00. Hybrid delivery event.Location: University of St Andrews, St Salvator’s Quad, School VI.Virtual format: Microsoft Teams. Speaker: Dr Patrick O’Hare (Department of Social Anthropology, University of St Andrews). Abstract At the end of 2022, the first Inter-Governmental Negotiating Committee meeting (INC-1) to develop a binding UN treaty (instrument) to end plastic … Read more

  • Sustainability Events Bulletin

    There are so many events relating to climate, environment, energy and sustainability at the University of St Andrews that it can be hard to keep up! To help with this, STACEES will launch a concise and clear weekly ‘Sustainability Events Bulletin’ in January 2023.  To do this, we need your help! Thankfully, helping with this is very … Read more

  • Loss, Damage and Lessons from the Past: a Conversation on Biocultural and Linguistic Landscapes

    14 December 2022, 11:00 – 12:30. Cross-disciplinary hybrid delivery event. Location: University of St Andrews, St Salvators‘ Quad, School 5. Virtual format: Microsoft Teams. In a world increasingly affected by climate change, maintaining biodiversity relies on enhanced and targeted conservation efforts, in coordination with robust adaptation and innovation support. This is the core message from … Read more

  • Local Hub Conferences as a Sustainable Alternative to International Travel?

    29 November 2022, 11:00 – 12:00. Research seminar. Irvine Lecture Theatre. Speakers Dr Carol Sparling (School of Biology, University of St Andrews)Dr Alison Johnston (School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews) Abstract This summer we experimented with creating local hubs for University of St Andrews researchers to connect remotely with international conferences. The goal of … Read more