Entry requirements: 30 credits in environmental science, biology, earth science, geography, social geography, national economics, sustainable energy transition or business.
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Application fee: SEK 900
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About the course
The course covers multi-disciplinary approaches to the ecological, economic and social dimensions of sustainable development. Natural resources, ecosystem services and planetary boundaries in relation to economic growth and sustainable development. Sustainability indicators. Eco-labelling. Economic explanations to and solutions for environmental problems. Environmental economic valuation methods.