The program will run from January to October 2023 and will consist of a monthly online lecture delivered by an internationally renowned scholar along with the opportunity to openly exchange ideas in the usual subsequent Q&A session.
These events aim to provide a platform to highlight ongoing endeavors by many scholars to engage crucial energy issues from the perspectives of ethical reasoning and reflection. The main goal is to expand work done in energy ethics by exploring different normative ethical perspectives as they may apply to energy, climate, and environmental issues.
Please register via the form below to attend the lectures.
You can download the full program here.
|Thursday, 19.01, 14:30 CET||Eric Brandstedt||The contested meaning of climate leadership: an ameliorative analysis|
|Wednesday, 15.02, 16:00 CET||Christopher Groves||Bringing care ethics and energy ethics together: vulnerability, attachment, and narrative|
|Wednesday, 22.03, 16:00 CET||Eike Düvel||Compensating the losers of energy systems transformations? Stranded assets and legitimate expectations|
|Wednesday, 19.04, 16:00 CET||Mette High||Do you really not know that? Energy ethics and interdisciplinary collaborations|
|Wednesday, 17.05, 16:00 CET||Rosie Day||Energy poverty and energy vulnerability through a capabilities lens: conceptualisation and implementation|
|Monday, 26.06, 19:00 CET||Konrad Ott||Domains of climate ethics|
|Wednesday, 05.07, 17:00 CET||Viola Schiaffonati||Power systems, ethical issues, and social implications: some reflections emerging from a course experimentation at Politecnico di Milano|
|September||Carl Mitcham||Energy, ethics, and liberalism|
|October||Céline Kermisch||Nuclear waste, retrievability, and intergenerational justice|
"Bringing care ethics and energy ethics together: vulnerability, attachment, and narrative"
Christopher Groves, Research Fellow, Understanding Risk Group and FLEXIS project, Cardiff University UK
Wednesday, 15.02.2023, 16:00 CET
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If you have any questions or concerns please contact us via energy-ethics∂itas.kit.edu.
This lecture series is organized by the research group Philosophy of Engineering, Technology Assessment, and Science (PhilETAS).