Call for MSc students on Low-Carbon Cities in Southeast Asia

Published on
August 12, 2015

Climate change mitigation at city level is one of the newest types of policies to mitigate growing emissions. These so called ‘low-carbon cities’ (LCC) often involve a combination of various policies and instruments – for example focussed on energy efficiency of buildings and reduction of landfill gas – that contribute to lowering the urban greenhouse gas emissions.

Your thesis/internship would fit in the context of a research project called ‘Linking low-carbon cities to carbon markets: metropolitan solutions for socially inclusive low-carbon development in Southeast Asia’. We are looking for up to three motivated Master students who will be supervised by the Environmental Policy Group (ENP) and/or the Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group (ENR).

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