Bringing together eminent Australian, European and Russian experts and practitioners, Energy and the Environmental Challenge makes an important contribution to the crucial debates on climate change and energy that will have a profound impact on all our futures. The problems faced by business, scientists, NGOs, policymakers and researchers are multifaceted and complex in nature, so a comprehensive treatment of the subject is best undertaken by a diverse and multi-skilled group.
The authors of Energy and the Environmental Challenge explore different approaches and experiences in securing sustainable energy supplies in Europe and Australia, while heeding the interplay between public policy, science, business and environmental groups. On the threshold of an era of carbon taxing and energy thrift, the views of the authors on the future evolution of our relationship with energy are as insightful as they are thought-provoking.
- Lillian Wylie/Pascaline Winand: Introductory Chapter: Securing Sustainable Energy Supplies in Europe and Australia. Policy-makers, Business, Scientists and NGOs on Energy and the Environmental Challenge
- Marc Pallemaerts: Climate Change, Natural Gas and the Rebirth of EU Energy Policy
- Samuele Furfari: European Energy Policy. A Policy-Maker's Perspective
- Graeme I. Pearman: The Risk of Climate Change and its Relation to Energy Futures
- Rowena Cantley-Smith/Karen Morrow: Sustainable Regulation. Moving Towards Environmentally Sound Energy Markets
- Laura Carballo: Private Enforcement of Environmental Law in the European Union
- Wayne Gumley: Using Tax Reform to Promote Sustainable Energy Supplies in Australia
- Rachel Ollivier: Kick-Starting the Energy Efficiency Sector. Why Market-Based Schemes Work
- Daniel Gueguen: The Interactions of Business and NGOs in Securing Sustainable Energy Supplies in Europe
- Werner Pleschberger: Big Success after a Modest Start. The Influence of Organised Interests on the Renewable Idols in Austria
- Karen Hussey/Albert Schram: Managing the Links between Climate, Energy, Water and Food in Europe. The Need for Better Policy Integration and Coordination
- Alfonso Martinez Arranz: A Holistic Approach to Energy Security. Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
- Vladimir Zuev: Energy. A Key to New EU-Russian Relations
- Lillian Wylie: Siberian Gas and Future Directions in the Asian and EU Markets
- Richard Pomfret: Turkmenistan and EU Gas Supplies
- Joana Chiavari: European Energy and Climate Security. Building Long-Term Relationships with the Black Sea Region
- Rowena Cantley-Smith: Moving Towards a Sustainable, Low Carbon-Intensive Energy Future. Key Challenges and Responses
Lillian Wylie has worked across academia, government and private industry on energy policy issues in Europe, Asia and Australia. She is currently employed as an analyst for a large vertically integrated Australian energy company, and has previously worked for the Australian Government as an energy policy analyst. Lillian Wylie completed a Master of European and International Studies at Monash University in 2009. Her thesis focused on European natural gas energy security.
Pascaline Winand has published widely on EU external relations. She holds degrees in political science, international relations and diplomatic history from the Universite libre de Bruxelles, Yale University and Purdue University. Professor Winand is Director of the Monash European and EU Centre at Monash University in Australia. Before taking up her present post she was a Professor at the European University Institute in Florence. Professor Winand was awarded a Jean Monnet Chair in 2009.