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Previous PhD courses

The Agenda 2030 Graduate School provides interdisciplinary PhD courses based on the societal challenges related to the Sustainable Development Goals.

Below you find information about courses that have been given by the Agenda 2030 graduate school at Lund University; which faculty that gave the course and what year the course was last given. The courses are listed in alphabetical order and all the links below will be opened in a new window.

A just transition to sustainable societies

Faculty of Humanities and Theology, Spring 2020

Cultural dimensions of sustainable development

Faculty of Humanities and Theology, Autumn 2021

Digital monies for a sustainable future

School of Economics and Management, Autumn 2020 and 2021

Governance and approaches for Low-Carbon and Resource Efficient Economies (LCREE)

International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), Spring 2020

Health and the environment with a focus on climate change and sustainability

Faculty of Medicine, Autumn 2021

Justice, Equality and the 2030 Agenda

Faculty of Social Science, Autumn 2019

Representing sustainability

Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, Autumn 2020

Sustainability Impacts and Societal Relevance in Research Proposals

Faculty of Science, Autumn 2021

Sustainability science and the SDGs: foundations, concepts, methodologies

Faculty of Social Science, Spring 2021

Sustainable Cities and Communities

Faculty of Engineering, Spring 2020

Sustainable land use

Faculty of Science, Spring 2021

Transformations towards sustainability: Responsible consumption and production

School of Economics and Management, Autumn 2019 and 2020

Water and sustainability

Faculty of Engineering, Spring 2021

Contact

Helena Gonzales Lindberg
Research administrator
helena_gonzales [dot] lindberg [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 (0)730-81 49 68