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2006 Dr Theo Hacking

Assessment for Sustainable Development: Theoretical Framework and Mining Sector Cases Studies from Canada, Namibia, and South Africa

Having worked in the mining and natural resources industries for more than ten years, Theo Hacking returned to university at the beginning of 2003 to undertake research in his area of interest, namely mining and sustainable development (SD). The objective of his research is to establish how the assessment of mining projects should be undertaken so as to be most effective at directing the planning and decision-making process towards sustainable development.

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Menna Dessouki (ESD 15-16 ) presents at Resilient Cities 2018 conference

Jun 04, 2018

Menna Dessouki presented her MPhil dissertation poster at the Resilient Cities 2018 conference (the 9th Annual Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation) in Bonn, Germany.

Ramit Debnath - Measuring well being in India's urban slums

Jun 04, 2018

ESD Student featured in Gates Trust Research News

New MPhil Brochure available

May 04, 2018

A new brochure about the MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development is now available.

MPhil Field study tour to Mid Wales April 2018

Apr 18, 2018

The ESD MPhil students had a successful fieldtrip to Mid Wales at the start of April. The purpose of the Field Trip was to visit a number of organisations dealing largely in Development, Energy, or Sustainable Technologies mostly in the context of mid Wales.

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