Europe’s new Energy Order: Climate to Security  — Michael LaBelle, ep. 56

My fifteen-year-old daughter sent me a text message the other night. She asked if Ukraine joins the European Union will Russia stop its attack. Sadly, I couldn’t comfort her that peace would soon be restored in Europe. Rather, I told her this is the new status for Europe and probably for years to come. The […]

The Politics of Energy Justice in the Anthropocene — the roundtable, Ep. 54

This week we join another Energy Policy Research Group roundtable discussion from Central European University. The topic this week is reevaluating energy justice in the Anthropocene. All parts of society need to prepare to change to deal with climate change. And our discussion provides an understanding of how energy justice can be applied to communities […]

Fighting the Cold: Seeking a just energy system — Ana Stojilovska (Ep 41)

This week we speak with Ana Stojilovska, an energy poverty researcher, who just received her PhD from Central European University, Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy. And full disclosure before we get going. Michael was Ana’s PhD supervisor. Ana’s research really goes to the heart of the divisions in Europe around energy poverty. Her thesis, […]

The Right for Energy Justice (Ep. 33) — Raphael Heffron

This week we speak with Raphael Heffron, Professor for Global Energy Law & Sustainability at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy at the University of Dundee. He is well known for his publications on energy justice. In October Palgrave Macmillan will be publishing his book, The Challenge for Energy Justice, Correcting […]