Carbon Masters Alumni Conference

For the first time since the the start of the programme, the Msc in Carbon Management had an Alumni Conference to gather all current and past students for a weekend of carbon discussions, updates on the work of alumni and networking among the different cohorts.¬†From the 6th to the 8th of june, people¬†traveled from all... Continue Reading →

IEMA Workshops

As current students of the Msc in Carbon Management, we have been given a student membership to the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA). Being a member gives you access to a lot of information and documentation, invitations to interesting events and training sessions, and professional recognition when looking for a job. That is... Continue Reading →

Why did I choose Msc Environment, Culture and Society?

I am interested actually in a lot of different things. From environmental ethics to political ecology, moral economy, (economic) sociology and anthropology of everyday life, qualitative research methods, alternative food networks, ICT and development, urban nature, sustainability niches and transitions and many more topics. Being a human geographer (is that legitimate to say when you... Continue Reading →

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