Energy security summer school commenced
On Monday, the 10th year of the energy security summer school commenced at the Faculty of Social Studies. Titled "Energy in Europe: Principles, Challenges, Paths Forward" and organized by the Department of International Relations and European Studies in tight cooperation with the MU's Centre for International Cooperation, the summer school aims to unveil principles of Europan energy policy and its mechanisms, and key security issues and challenges the EU energy policy stands in front of. These include rapid transition to renewable energy, skyrocketing prices of electricity and natural gas, reliance on oil imports from authoritarian and openly hostile regimes, local opposition to new energy installations, increasing energy poverty, or looming impoverishment of once proud coal regions.
Monika Brusenbauch Meislová at the conference "15th Wroxton Workshop of Parliamentary Scholars and Parliamentarians"
Monika Brusenbauch Meislová became a visiting professor at Aston University in Birmingham, UK
Monika Brusenbauch Meislová presented her research in a conference organized by BISA in Newcastle, UK