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3 PhD positions in sustainability science

At ICIS in Maastricht 3 PhD positions are being offered.

  1. PhD project: Globalisation, complexity and sustainability
  2. PhD project: An integrated, dynamic sustainability assessment of CSP and CCS
  3. PhD project: Homo Sustinens: Towards a footprint of 1.0

Deadline for application is August 1, 2011. The positions are for 4 years, for students » Read the full article

2nd Edition Summer School on International and European Law & Policy on Investments and Environment: The Energy Challenge

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The International Center for

Climate Governance (ICCG) and the University of Padua with the collaboration of the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice are pleased to announce their Summer School on “International and Eu

ropean Law & Policy on Investments and Environment. The Energy Challenge” (IELPIE).

The Summer School will take place from the 19th to the 23rd of September in the Island of San Servolo, in Venice, and on the 24th of September in the Faculty of Law of the University of Padua, located in the magnificent Palazzo del Bò. » Read the full article

International Greening Education Event 2011

A three-day International Greening Education Event will be held from 19th to 21st of October, 2011 in the green city of Karlsruhe, Germany. This event will take academia, education, environmental and sustainable development policy makers, senior members of academic institutions, representatives of government and non-governmental organisations and international development agencies, school administrators and teachers, sustainable development practitioners and environmental management professionals through the need for greening education and then discuss effective initiatives that educational institutions need to take to make sustainability an integral part of teaching and learning. » Read the full article