Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment


ISEE – Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment – aims to bring together stakeholder communities to review and discuss modern aspects of Energy and the Environment covering:

 ·       Natural sciences, engineering and technology

·       Social, political and economic sciences

·       Public and policy engagement

·       Regulation

·       Industrial, business and international dimensions

Prior discussions and afternoon tea will be served in the Wessex Restaurant from 16:00 to 16:25  

Seminars start at 16:30 until 17:45

8 West 3.22 lecture theatre, University of Bath   Download a campus map

ISEE seminars are free and open for all to attend

Upcoming ISEE Seminars


6 February 2018:  Simon Roberts OBE, Chief Executive, Centre for Sustainable Energy

20 February 2018:  Professor William Scott, Professor Emeritus University of Bath and Paul Vare, University of Gloucestershire  -   'The World we’ll Leave behind: communicating complexity and hope'

6 March 2018:  Speaker tbc

20 March 2018:  Professor Peter P Edwards, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Oxford  'The continuing role of hydrocarbons and CO2 in any transition to a sustainable energy future'

10 April 2018:  Jonathon Porritt

24 April 2018:  Professor Iain Stewart MBE FGS FRSE, Director of the Sustainable Earth Institute, Plymouth University

2 October 2018:  Robert Llewellyn  British actor, comedian and writer best known as the android Kryten in the hit TV sitcom 'Red Dwarf' and as TV presenter of the TV engineering game show 'Scrapheap Challenge'.  Robert is a leading authority and recognisable figure worldwide for his knowledge and opinion on emerging transport and the future of energy with the renewable sector through his YouTube series 'Fully Charged'

16 October 2018:  Dr Matthew Jones, Department of Chemistry, University of Bath

23 October 2018:  Professor Anil Markandya, Honorary Professor, Environmental Economics and Resources Climate Change, University of Bath

30 October 2018:  Professor Philip Jones, Climate Research Unit, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of  East Anglia

13 November 2018

27 November 2018




5 February 2019

19 February 2019

5 March 2019

19 March 2019

2 April 2019

16 April 2019