Main Theme: Reimagining the purpose of Energy Education beyond Conservation

Energy is an essential resource that has provided the foundation for our current economic and social systems. A major challenge to human quality of life in the 21st century is going to be our successful ability to shift the burden of our energy resources and
the way we use them, as well as how we adapt our economic and social systems to accommodate changes in resource
availability in the face of rising energy costs. So-called “early adopters” have shown that the challenge can be met technologically –on the production side through widespread
adoption of solar and wind, and on the use side through changes in building, transportation and food customs.

The real challenge is promoting widespread change in people’s behaviors and attitudes regarding energy use along with the political and social will to enact system-wide change. In other words, it’s a perfect challenge for sustainability education. While efforts to frame energy literacy as a matter of resource conservation are needed and certainly easy to be found on the “front line” of energy education materials, this cannot be the full extent of content or action related to education for an energy literate citizenry

The ICSEE 2022 Conference themes, grouped in three tracks, are the following (but are not limited to):

Track 1: Energy Literacy Pedagogies

  • Place-based education
  • Energy Education
  • Curricular approaches, including energy literacy principles
  • Public (nonformal) education

Track 2: Energy in the context of Global
Citizenship and Climate Impacts

  • Impacts and considerations with respect to emerging economies
  • Interconnectedness between global climate solutions and energy futures

Track 3: Green Energy Solutions

  • Energy in the context of place consciousness
  • New and emerging green technologies in energy
  • Data sets and analysis of transmission, storage, use, and user interfaces
  • Content and research disciplines in emerging energy sectors

Important Dates

  • Abstract December 25
  • Decision of Abstract January 1
  • Full paper submission January 10

Abstract submission Mail id

  • All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results no matter the type of research paper you are presenting
  • Registration link will be shared later


Prof. (Dr) Geetha Janet Vitus
Professor & Head Organizing Secretary

Dr. Divya C. Senan
Dean, Faculty of Education


Dr. Divya C. Senan
Assistant Professor
Department of Education
University of Kerala

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