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Centre for Sustainable Development

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

Studying at Cambridge

 

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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Post-Doctoral Job Opportunity at the CSD (closes 17th May 2021)

Apr 27, 2021

Post-Doctoral Position to Investigate System Dynamic Modelling of the Water-Land-Energy Nexus

To what extent will the COVID-19 pandemic affect the delivery of the SDGs?

Mar 11, 2021

Dick Fenner and Tom Cernev address this question in a new paper recently published in Futures in March 2021 (which can be accessed at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2021.102726)

Building Back Sustainably in a Deeper Shade of Green - article featuring ESD Lecturer Dr Kristen MacAskill

Feb 04, 2021

ESD Lecturer Dr Kristen MacAskill has been featured by Turner and Townsend as part of their 'Perspectives' series, speaking about the disruption of the pandemic and the challenge of building sustainability and resilience into the recovery.

Current State of Sustainability in Civil Engineering - Blog entry by Dick Fenner

Feb 02, 2021

Read Dick Fenner's blog entry on the current state of sustainability in civil engineering at the Institution of Civil Engineer's website, where Dick explores explores progress towards sustainability in the UK construction sector.

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