Sustainability: Environment, Economy and Society

Instructors
Not Available
Financial aid available
No
Duration
6 Weeks
ABOUT

This LSE online course dives deep into sustainability, exploring its economic, political, and social dimensions.

In 6 weeks, gain the knowledge and skills to:

  • Master key sustainability concepts.
  • Bridge the gap between theory and practice.
  • Navigate business & sustainability challenges.
  • Manage climate risk and conserve natural resources.
  • Lead sustainability efforts in your organization.
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SYLLABUS
  • Transitions to a sustainable future and the driving forces behind them.
  • The critical role of natural capital in wealth and well-being.
  • Balancing economic growth with sustainable practices.
  • The concept of development and its link to sustainability.
  • Climate-related risks in interconnected systems like water, energy, and food.
  • Strategies for corporate and financial sustainability.
SKILLS COVERED
Decipher Sustainability with Social Science: Analyze how economic and political forces influence sustainability goals.Bridge the Gap: Apply sustainability theories to real-world situations and business operations.Build Sustainable Action Plans: Develop strategies to value natural resources, manage climate risks, and guide organizations towards a greener future.Become Sustainability Champions: Equip themselves to integrate sustainability into their work and propel their careers in this expanding field.
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Course Type
The London School of Economics and Political Science
Offered By
Intermediate
Recommended experience
4 to 10 hours per week
Duration
Sustainable Policy & Governance
Category
Not Available
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