EEI research & opinion

Click here for academic research conducted by the Human Rights Consortium’s Extreme Energy Initiative (EEI), which looks specifically at the impact of unconventional ‘extreme’ energy on human rights, such as rights to land, water, food, health, life, the rights of indigenous peoples’, freedom of expression and the right to peaceful assembly.

For opinion pieces from the EEI and its collaborators, click here.

Working papers

To see the latest EEI and collaborator research, click here.

Lectures & podcasts

The EEI invites international experts who give lectures and seminars about the impact of extreme energy on human rights.  Click here to watch these podcasted events.

External research

Click here for a list of scientific, technical, economic, legal and sociological academic research on extreme energy and human rights topics from external universities and other research institutes.  All research featured here has been peer-reviewed and published in academic journals or through government or research institute publishing channels.