By definition, sustainability is a process that can be characterized by a certain socio-ecological ideal. In other words, sustainability is often linked to environmental goals of ensuring that resources are used in a costly and effective way as to minimize both waste and damage.
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Gain multidisciplinary knowledge of green innovation, and learn the key aspects and dimensions of sustainable development. AUC’s sustainable development graduate program is ra ... +
The purpose of the program is to develop built environment professionals specializing in the sustainable planning, design, development, and management of urban centers. These ... +
The world needs skilled professionals working in the climate change arena more than ever. Get the skills and hands-on experience you need to make a difference.
The Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design (IUSD) is an International Master Program at Ain Shams University (ASU).
demand will make energy resources an important issue worldwide. The interactions between human activities in the field of energy had become crucial. Excessive consumption of e ... +
The holder of the European Master in Sustainable Development Management participates in the consideration and implementation of the principles of sustainable development in th ... +
The European Masters is aimed at those who plan to work in sustainable development management, in connection with all business functions in the three major economic sectors .. ... +
Scientifically, the objectives of this master's degree start from the imperative requirement to establish bridges between the management of tourist flows on the one hand and t ... +
The study of the origin, distribution, and character of Earth mineral and fossil energy resource systems with the aim of ensuring their sustainable utilization not only in Sou ... +
Learn how to design innovative solutions to today’s complex problems. In recent decades, economic disparity and environmental destruction have become ever more pronounced. Lea ... +