MSc Climate Justice
Each year, the effects of climate change become more pronounced. People all over the world are displaced due to rising sea levels, crop-destroying droughts and increasingly frequent floods and forest fires. Over the next decade, these climate consequences will only intensify. How we chose to move forward is one of the most important ethical questions we face.
Glasgow Caledonian University is the university for the common good. You will benefit from an impressive, international teaching cohort, research-led and further enhanced by expert speakers, we provide a truly practical learning experience. The only programme of its kind, this masters programme can help influence change at the point where science, human rights and policy development intersect.
Taking a practical, multi-disciplinary approach, the curriculum at Glasgow Caledonian University offers in depth study of the complex issues of climate justice.
- Explore topics in resources and sustainability
- Learn about carbon management and renewable energy technologies
- Study how water access affects public health
- Investigate gender issues and their implications for human rights
- Master the basics of project management and environmental management
|Duration:||1 year (full-time)|
|Tuition Fee:||£12,600 (intl. students)|
Centre for Climate Justice
The Centre for Climate Justice is a Glasgow Caledonian University research centre dedicated to achieving meaningful social change. Based within the Glasgow city campus but at the centre of a global research community, staff and students share common values in the fight for human rights.
Graduates of the MSc Climate Justice have found rewarding careers with development organisations, the UN and related organisations, government agencies and non-profit organisations – as well as within academic and research institutions.
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We welcome the news that climate justice will develop as a focus of academic inquiry through GCU’s Masters. JRF has been working on this issue in the UK over the past five years and we feel there is a need to develop evidence base and the application of key principles in policy and practice. GCU’s programme offers the opportunity to develop understanding among a new generation of students on this important agenda.
Policy and Research Programme Manager, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
- Resources and Sustainability
- Climate Change and Carbon Management
- Climate Justice
- Human Rights, Gender and Development
- Environmental Ethics and Climate Change
- Climate Change, Adaptation and Mitigation
- Water, Justice and Public Health
- Renewable Energy Technologies