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Climate and Food Security

EnvEuro MSc programme in Environmental Science
EnvEuro is a 120 ECTS two year MSc Programme in Environmental Science offered by four leading European universities. The MSc programme is focused on soil, water and biodiversity. It features a basic semester with an introduction to the basic tools applied in environmental science and advanced semester packages within the six specializations: Water Resources, Environmental Impacts, Soil Resources and Land Use, Ecosystems and Biodiversity, Environmental Management and Climate Change (more information at www.enveuro.eu).
Partners: University of Copenhagen (coordinator), University of Hohenheim, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Contributors from Climate, Biosystems and Energy: Christian Bugge Henriksen (Academic Coordinator), Alejandro Ceballos, Inez Harker-Schuch and Jevgeniy Bluwstein
 
Environmental Management in Europe
Environmental Management in Europe is an interdisciplinary 15 ECTS distance learning course offered by the University of Copenhagen together with several partner universities. It is open for MSc students from Denmark, other countries in the EU and the rest of the world. The aim of the course is to provide a solid understanding of how environmental management in Europe is applied at different scales, from the EU level to the national, regional and local levels. Focus is on environmental management of soil, water, air, biodiversity and climate (more information at www.environmental-management.dk).
Partners: University of Copenhagen (coordinator), University of Hohenheim, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and European Environment Agency
Contributors from Climate, Biosystems and Energy: Christian Bugge Henriksen (course leader) and Alejandro Ceballos (daily coordinator), John R Porter
 
Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation
Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation is an interdisciplinary 15 ECTS distance learning course offered by the University of Copenhagen together with several partner universities. It is open for MSc students from Denmark, other countries in the EU and the rest of the world. The aim of the course is to give a solid understanding of climate change impacts, and provide the knowledge and tools to devise effective and cost-effective strategies for climate change adaptation and mitigation on a global, sectoral and local scale (more information at www.climate-change.dk).
Partners: University of Copenhagen (coordinator), Australian National University, University of Essex, University of Oxford and the Danish Meteorological Institute
Contributors from Climate, Biosystems and Energy: Christian Bugge Henriksen (course leader),  Jevgeniy Bluwstein (daily coordinator), John R Porter

Climate Solutions
Climate Solutions is an interdisciplinary 15 ECTS on campus course offered by the University of Copenhagen. It is open for MSc students and continuing education students with a relevant BSc background in natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, law and economics. The aim of the course is to give MSc students with different academic backgrounds the capability to work together in interdisciplinary teams as consultants for private and public organizations to implement concrete solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions (more information at www.climate-solutions.dk).
Partners: University of Copenhagen
Contributors from Climate, Biosystems and Energy: Christian Bugge Henriksen (course leader) and Jevgeniy Bluwstein (daily coordinator)