Poverty alleviation and environmental sustainability are two key and interlinked challenges of our age confronting today’s decision-makers.
By studying for an MSc in Environment and International Development at the University of East Anglia you will learn to critically examine relationships between global and local environmental problems and development. Topics range from climate change and biodiversity loss to management of natural resources such as water, fisheries and forests, and the relationship between environmental degradation and poverty.
 This course offers a unique interdisciplinary approach drawing on the social, political and natural sciences, and combines conceptual training with practical skills. Contact the Course Director, Dr Marisa Goulden m.goulden@uea.ac.uk with questions related to the course content.