Rising sea levels, droughts, floods and forest fires. Each year, the effects of climate change are becoming more evident. Experts predict that over the next decade the situation will get far worse. How we chose to move forward is one of the most important ethical questions we face. This MSc in Climate Justice at Glasgow Caledonian University is the only program of its kind. As a student, you can help influence change at the crossroads of science, human rights and policy development.
Climate justice is a growing area which increasingly needs people who can help formulate public policy whether it is at the local or global level. The field also requires those with the ability to work with non-profit and intergovernmental agencies, as well as those who can assist developmental organisations or pursue academic research in the field.
The MSc at Glasgow Caledonian offers an in-depth curriculum which examines many key complex issues of climate change such as:
- Resources and sustainability
- Carbon management and renewable energy technologies
- How water access affects public health
- Gender issues and human rights
- Basic project management and environmental management
Graduates of the MSc Climate Justice have gone on to find challenging and fulfilling careers with development organisations, the UN and related organisations, government agencies and non-profit organisations – as well as at academic and research institutions.
Interested about finding out more about this program? Are you applying from Canada? Contact Barclay Educational Services at JSB@barclayedu.com Barclay Educational is a recognized Canadian agent of Glasgow Caledonian University. As such, there is NO CHARGE for our services to students. The University pays our fee.