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Centre for Sustainable Development

Est 2000 - home of the MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development

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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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Welcome ESD MPhil class 18-19

Oct 10, 2018

The Engineering for Sustainable Development MPhil programme welcomed a new group of 27 students onto the programme this year, the 17th cohort since the programme began in 2002. The students come from 19 different countries including Bangladesh, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Sudan and Kazakhstan. The average age of the students is 28 as many of them have worked in a professional Engineering role prior to joining the course.

ESD MPhil 17-18 Submission Day

Sep 03, 2018

ESD MPhil Hand in day 31st August 2018

ESD MPhil Alumni stories: Meet Rising Star Dr Tara Shirvani

Aug 30, 2018

ESD MPhil Alumna Dr Tara Shirvani (Queens’ College, 2008) has been named one of this year’s UK Rising Stars in Science and Engineering.

British Geological Survey report published on handpump-borehole implementation in Uganda

Aug 06, 2018

A report based on Lissie Liddle's PhD study which reviews handpump-borehole implementation in Uganda has recently been published as an Open Report by the British Geological Survey.

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