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"Spaces beyond our cities: health for humans, wealth for nature" is the topic for INTERREG Europe RENATUR project's final dissemination event. It will conclude three years of interregional exchange, learning, and co-creation aimed at drawing attention to the importance of peri-urban open spaces and their natural heritage in order to preserve it. Deadline for online participation: 12 June 2023
Large-scale acquisition of land in the Global South has received a great deal of interest in the last few years. This course provides a multidisciplinary analysis of the ‘land rush’ within the more general context of land governance in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We will look at the history and drivers, the diversity of stakeholders and networks involved, the urgency of current challenges and innovative governance solutions. Deadline to apply: 12 June 2023
The GLP Working Group on Agricultural Land Abandonment has organized its first interdisciplinary summer PhD school, which will take place at the University of Copenhagen 3-7 July 2023.
This advanced-level training will focus on using remote sensing observations from Landsat 8 and 9, Sentinel-2, and Sentinel-3 for assessing water quality parameters, including chlorophyll-a concentration, turbidity, and Total Suspended Solids (TSS) in inland lakes.
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) will run an international Summer School at its ‘Campus Alpin’ in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Germany, on the topic of land use and ecosystem change during August 2023. Deadline: 15 May 2023
The Space Week Nordeste 2023 will be an event that will gather students, researchers, industry members, and curious people about aerospace science and technology in only one place – the city of Fortaleza, Ceará. During Space Week Nordeste 2023, scientists will present the results of their developing projects and exhibit what is most modern within the space science area.
This is a call for applications for a 3-day summer school at the University of Copenhagen around the theme of “Epistemes and Materialities of Extractive Capitalism”. The course brings together researchers concerned with the extraction of natural resources, under and above ground, in ways that generate human and non-human depletion. Deadline: 15 April 2023
In this nine-day online course from the Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) at the University of Bern in Switzerland, experienced sustainability researchers will highlight the most important development issues in their respective fields. Deadline to register: 31 May 2023.
The ECEM 2023 continues a series of conferences launched by the European chapter of ISEM, the International Society for Ecological Modelling. ISEM promotes the international exchange of ideas, scientific results, and general knowledge in the areas of systems’ analysis and simulations in ecology and application of ecological modelling for natural resource management.
In the summer school we want to convey the basics of co-designing solutions, co-producing knowledge and co-evaluating the results of such research practices to Master and PhD students from technologically-oriented disciplines (e.g. engineering, planning, environmental studies) as well as from other fields (e.g. social sciences). To ensure the link to the ‘real-world’, we will apply what we learn to sustainability problems in the region of Northeast Brandenburg, Germany. Deadline: 30 April 2023
The Autumn School of the Future Earth France Hub will allow the participants to share and reflect on the various ways science communities in Europe frame sustainability science and transform their practices to better address sustainability challenges and make a greater contribution to societal transformations. Deadline: 31 May 2023