Environment & Biodiversity
Environmental concerns are increasingly relevant to communities in the developing world. It is with this in mind that our courses meet the needs of development professionals in addressing environmental issues across a range of contexts.
The courses cover topics including ecology and environmental impact assessment; the management of natural resources such as land and water; and the impact of food security on developing communities.
You will also have the opportunity to look at issues surrounding conservation, environmental ethics and law, and the relationship between society and the environment. Finally, there are courses on the impact of development on climate change and biodiversity, and also the relationship between the environment and public health.
As with other courses, each of the environmental courses can be taken individually. Each of these courses may also contribute towards the completion of a post-graduate Certificate, Diploma or Masters’-level qualification from the relevant institution. Contact the Course Director of the courses you are interested in for further information.View all Environment & Biodiversity courses