An EPRG alumna Jessica Jewell (PhD EnvSci 2013, currently with IIASA, Austria) has written on the connection between energy security and climate change in The Conversation. Jessica argues that the most effective way to reduce Europe's greenhouse gas emissions is targeting largest emitters such as Germany, Spain or the UK whereas the most important way to increase European energy security is to target small and vulnerable economies in Eastern Europe.
Aleh Cherp presented his research results on global energy security in the 21st century at the Annual Conference of the Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies organized by the Cawford School of Public Policy of Australian National University in Canberra in preparation for the G20 summit in Australia later this year. According to Prof.
Hungary's Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security Anita Orban, outlined Europe's search for an integrated solution to securing reliable energy supply at the Central European University on Feb. 25, taking attendees through a tumultuous decade of politics and policy.
Professor Aleh Cherp from CEU's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy published an article on the balancing act between achivieng energy security and climate goals in The Economist. Read his article, investigating the question 'Can Europe achieve energy security without compromising climate goals?' here.
On November 25, 2013 Professor Aleh Cherp from CEU's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policies lectured to 130 senior military officials and diplomats from 34 countries at NATO Defense College in Rome on global energy security challenges of the 21st century. His lecture and subsequent seminars touched upon oil and gas resources, nuclear energy and de-carbonization scenarios.