The applied module will be taught by active professionals and experts, who advise international organisations, national and city governments around the world and have experience working with EU institutions and the United Nations. The School will draw on the EU, UK and international experience of environmental policy and will focus in its applied part on green fiscal reform, climate change, renewable energy, multidimensional poverty measurement, sustainable cities and values. The scope of sustainability issues addressed during the School, covering not only economic and environmental, but also social sustainability, will make this School truly unique.
The course will take place at a beautiful and atmospheric St Hugh's College, featuring one of the largest gardens in Oxford. The unique environment will stimulate our dialogue and create wonderful memories for the years to come. The participants will forge lasting friendships and become part of an alumni network of professionals from 59 different countries."Seven years ago I was part of this wonderful experience. If you think it's time to boost your career then consider this course." Vincent Awotwe-Pratt NETWORK
The Oxford, Spring, Summer and Winter Schools in Ecological Economics organised by Environment Europe attracted participants from 59 countries, including Canada, USA, Mexico, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Iceland, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Bosnia, Serbia, Croatia, Albania, Latvia, Morocco, Ghana, Nigeria, China, India, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand, including UNDP, UNEP, IUCN, OECD, WWF, GGGI experts as well as representatives of ministries, companies, NGOs and leading universities. You are invited to explore the happy faces of our alumni on our Alumni page: https://environmenteurope.eu/alumni
The alumni will be able to join exclusive Environment Europe LinkedIn and Facebook Alumni groups and collaborate on joint research proposals and projects applying ecological-economic methods for sustainability transition.