EM41 on Environmental Management for Developing and Emerging Countries

TU Dresden, Germany
Wednesday, January 10, 2018 to Thursday, July 12, 2018

This 6-month course covers environmental management as an integrated interdisciplinary field. Therefore a broad range of topics is offered. The curriculum is organized in modules comprising issues of global sustainable development, environmental governance, environmental security, environmental economics and accounting, environmental awareness and public participation, applied ecology and ecosystem management, conservation of biodiversity, water management, recycling and waste management, energy for sustainable development, environmental assessment and environmental management systems, cleaner production and products and eco-efficiency, sustainable mobility, sustainable tourism as well as rural and urban land use planning.

Objectives: Participants acquire the ability to develop interdisciplinary strategies for sustainable development and to take appropriate measures for an environmental protection that takes ecological, socio-economic and cultural aspects into account.

Target Groups: This course is particularly designed for decision-makers of public administration both at national and local level requiring an overall-competence in environmental matters. To gain the optimum from this training course, a first university degree (BA, BSc, e.g.) is absolutely indispensable. The nomination by the delegating institution is a mandatory prerequisite.

Award: Participants having successfully completed this course are awarded a Diploma of Environmental Management.

Organisers: This course program is organised by CIPSEM at the Faculty of Environmental Sciences at TU Dresden and supported by the The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA), UN Environment and UNESCO.

Website: https://tu-dresden.de/bu/umwelt/cipsem/unep-unesco-bmub/next-courses/em41