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Master in Environmental Change and Socio-Ecological Transition



CB1-Analysing new and complex situations and designing solutions from criticism and creativity based on scientific evidence.

CB2-Selecting and dealing with the most appropriate and important information sources for meeting specific goals.

CB3-Identifying the proposed actions’ economic impact, ethical implications and component of social and environmental responsibility.

CB4-Adapting to changes with a professional-resilience capacity.

CB5-Communicating orally and in writing, in well-argued and clear way, to specialist and non-specialist members of the public.

CB6-Working in teams, interdisciplinary ones in particular, and leading them.

Shapeless CB7-Preparing well-argued, evidence-based reports and projects

CB8-Planning, developing and assessing the work itself, independently or as a team member


CE1- Analysing and interpreting the processes of environmental change and environmental conflicts with scientific rigour, by dealing with complexity and sustainability

CE2- Applying methodologies and knowledge of several scientific disciplines (Biology, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Sociology, Physics, Politics, Economy, among others) to problems, study cases and projects requiring an inter- and trans-disciplinary approach.

CE3- Proposing measures to manage problems linked to current environmental challenges, such as climatic change, loss of biodiversity, waste generation and overexploitation of resources.

CE-4- Recognising, analysing and interpreting the factors and players of socio-ecological changes and the temporal and spatial dimensions of socio-ecological changes.

CE5- Identifying and planning mechanisms for responding and adapting to the processes of socio-ecological transition.

CE6- Constructing settings, modelling processes and systems and designing relevant indicators for interpreting and managing socio-ecological systems.

CE7- Applying green-, circular- and collaborative-economy tools and techniques for programming new socio-ecological-transition strategies.

CE8- Proposing governance mechanisms at the stages of decision making that involve changes in the environmental and social processes or systems.

CE9- Designing communication strategies to motivate city residents, the politicians and the administration’s expert staff towards socio-ecological transition.

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