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University of Greenwich, Natural Resources Institute

University of Greenwich, Natural Resources Institute University of Greenwich
Study Climate Change, Physical Geography, and Environmental Science at Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich and learn from researchers responding to real-world problems

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 NRI has introduced a NEW Climate Change BSc (Hons) in 2021

If you’re passionate about the environment, global warming, food shortages and growing the green economy and want a career that makes a difference in the world, our climate change degree is for you.

Climate change is the defining environmental challenge of our time. Join the climate response by studying a degree that gives you the knowledge and skills you need for a career working to combat the climate emergency.

Our climate change degree is the only one of its kind in the south-east of England and is taught by academics whose research is helping people around the world deal with the effects of climate.

This programme has been designed to give you specialist scientific knowledge of climate change, as well as an understanding of the social, legal and economic issues associated with emission reduction and climate adaptation. You will gain practical skills in carbon accounting, risk assessment and geographic information systems, which will give you a head-start in your career as these are increasingly important as organisations, large and small, make commitments to reduce emissions and are forced to respond to climate impacts.

You will be studying under the guidance of leading experts from our Natural Resources Institute (NRI) at the University's Medway campus. NRI has a long history of addressing global challenges around the world and has won 3 Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education for its innovative, environmentally focused research.

https://www.gre.ac.uk/undergraduate-courses/engsci/climate-change-bsc


 

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Physical Geography & Environmental Science BSc (Hons)

The Physical Geography and Environmental Science degrees at the University of Greenwich are delivered by the Natural Resources Institute (NRI), a specialist institute with a reputation for international excellence and more than 100 years’ expertise and experience in global food security, sustainable development, and poverty reduction.

Our research-informed teaching is delivered by world-leading scientists and practitioners in international development who inspire learning through discovery, sharing and most importantly, the application of knowledge.

Our innovative degrees make the most of the very latest learning strategies and assessment techniques and are designed to provide our fully qualified graduates with all the necessary skills to secure employment. Our graduates can find opportunities in a range of areas, including geographical information systems and remote sensing, conservation, ecology, environmental management and auditing, development and climate change. Some go on to further study (MSc and PhD) or use their degree as a stepping stone to other general science careers or teaching, while others apply the wide range of transferable skills obtained to work in other fields such as marketing, administration, information technology or management.

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CONTACT

To find out more about our programmes, come and visit the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Greenwich: Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime, Kent ME4 4TB

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8331 9000

Email: [email protected] 

Contact the Programme Leader: Physical Geography & Environmental Science Dr Peter Burt ([email protected]) Climate Change Dr Conor Walsh ([email protected]

University Open Days:https://www.gre.ac.uk/events/opendays

University website: www.gre.ac.uk  

NRI website: www.nri.org

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