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The 2nd Cycle Degree Course (Master Degree) in Environmental Engineering aims at preparing professionals with high skills in the fields of territory defence and environmental protection and able to design and manage projects related to the safeguard from hydro-geologic instability, to environmental protection (waste and wastewater management, contaminated sites reclamation), to environmental monitoring and... [+]