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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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ESD MPhil students debate on Dirty Industries

Feb 20, 2018

Debate on dirty industries (description by Jof Ruxton)

Space for Sustainability Award Winner Katherine Bruce (ESD 16-17)

Jan 18, 2018

Congratulations to Katherine Bruce ESD 16-17 on winning the Space for Sustainability award 2017.

Urban Flood Resilence blog

Jan 16, 2018

Dick Fenner has create a blog on the need for multi functional design of sustainable urban drainage which is posted on the Urban Flood Resilence website.

Paper published by Ramit Debnath ESD 17-18

Jan 16, 2018

"Investigating the association of healthcare-seeking behavior with the freshness of indoor spaces in low-income tenement housing in Mumbai."

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