This policy stream prepares the next generation of interdisciplinary professionals to address the huge challenges of the energy transition, on a sustainable basis and with an adequate use of resources.
Students learn the essential knowledge and know-how they need to understand, analyse and manage the energy - environment - resources nexus. This program stands out for its unique multidisciplinary approach - necessary to tackle a sector undergoing rapid change with the energy transition - allowing students to understand, analyze, and act upon fundamental economic, legal, environmental and international trends in the sector.
Energy, Environment and Sustainability | Sciences Po School of Public Affairs
This Master of the School of Public Affairs has a specific emphasis on policy and decision-making 2. Challenges such as energy transition, resources exhaustion or environmental risks are addressed through new perspectives and approaches for the common good.
Graduates from this policy stream pursue careers in a variety of key regulatory bodies in the energy sector government, independent administrative authorities, international and governmental organizations, public agencies. Others go on to important strategic positions requiring a deep understanding of public policies, energy, and the environment in major companies, consulting firms, think-tanks, NGOs or other professional organizations. He is in charge of the strategic programming of the activities of IDDRI, the Paris based think tank on international sustainable development negotiations.
ICUE 2018 on Green Energy for Sustainable Development
European companies — with world class technologies in sectors such as automotive, machinery building, power infrastructure, construction, metal extraction, engineering and many more — generate billions of Euros through both regional and export markets. Far more importantly, the downstream copper value chain—which covers everything from nano-particles to production of gigantic civil constructions to space exploration—supports, amongst others, researchers, scientists, teachers, engineers, medics, technologists, metal workers, recyclers and construction labourers.
These people work in world class academic institutions, government departments, global companies and SMEs.
Copper products form part of environmental infrastructure projects, sensors, instrumentation and measurement projects, copper metals recycling, cleaning, treatment and waste management projects. Examples include light-weighting, downsizing, yield improvement and the higher productivity of systems and appliances, whether a medical device, mobile phone, air-conditioner, factory, supermarket, railway system or construction vehicle. Find out more about copper and the environment.
Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development
The European Copper Institute strives to represent an industry and its products that are valued and appreciated for their contributions towards creating a more sustainable society. Read more on the global website. There are ten good reasons why copper should be a material of choice when it comes to building a more sustainable energy system.
Read about them in the Applications section, including how they apply in specific applications.
- Some publications!
- Tiepolo Pink.
- Backup Quarterback Teacher Resource Guide (Carter High Chronicles (Highinterest Readers));
- Environment and Sustainable Development | EU-Japan Business Round Table.
- Faster Smarter Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003!
- Remembering Communism: Private and Public Recollections of Lived Experiences in Southeast Europe.
- Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate - Environment!