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PhD course: Global Environmental Governance

Sweden
Lund
Event start: 20210927
End date: 2021101

Event description

PhD course: Global Environmental Governance.

The course is offered by the Department of Political Science at Lund University (Sweden) and sponsored by the ClimBEco graduate school.

Title: Global Environmental Governance Today – Actors, Institutions, Complexity
Language: The course will be taught in English
Time: 27 September – 1 October 2021.
Place: Eden, Allhelgona kyrkogata 14, Lund

About the course

The course provides in-depth insights to the actors, processes and problems of global environmental politics and offers both practical and theoretical understanding about the world of international relations.

It is designed to be accessible for PhD students who come from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds. Participating in the course entitles the students to 3 ECTS, if they join the sessions and complete a short essay afterwards.

How to apply?

If you are interested in joining, please send an email to Nils Droste (nils.droste@cec.lu.se) and Fariborz Zelli (fariborz.zelli@svet.lu.se) by 30th August 2021 at the very latest. The e-mail should contain:

  • Your affiliation and contact details;
  • A short motivation statement (ca. 300 words);
  • If you are based in Sweden, please also indicate whether you are affiliated with the ClimBEco graduate school (Lund / Gothenburg) or the Bolin Centre (Stockholm)
  • Whether you are able to join the course in person in Lund.

Places are limited and we will notify you about your acceptance by 7th September 2021.

More information available here

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