Rays of Sunshine - Tales of Sustainable Transition
The strategic environmental development course (SED) is part of the Master's programme in Environmental Management and Policy (EMP) at the IIIEE. This year a group of twenty-five graduate students travelled to six global destinations to work with regions and communities in order to develop solutions to the problems that they are facing. The teams spent time researching their respective topics and destinations in Lund, Sweden. This was followed in each case by spending one week engaging with pertinent stakeholders at their respective destinations. This report details each team's experience and main findings.
The SED report Rays of Sunshine - Tales of Sustainable Transition presents the tale of each team’s journey to: Kenya, Ethiopia, Portugal, Romania, Poland and Germany (see projects below).
Food for Thought: Developing Horticulture Sustainably in Nakuru County, Kenya
From Green Beans to Brown Crowns: Building a Climate-Smart Coffee System in Wonsho
A Toast to a Sustainable Future: Guiding a New R&D Agenda for a Changing Climate
From Wasted Opportunities to Opportunities for Waste: Improving Waste Management in Deva
It is in the Air: Exploring Cleaner Air Pathways for Zabrze
From Useless Property to Property-less Use: Sharing and Waste Prevention in Berlin