Climate Action

Sustainable Development Goal 13, infographic illustrating an eye and our planet

Courses

Bachelor

Important Flows in Society (Danish) Block 1
Nature and Landscape Politics (Danish) Block 1
Sustainable Tropical Forestry School
Block 1
Diversity of the Organisms - The Tree of Life (Danish) Block 1
Applied Marine Biology (Marin)
Block 1
Climate Physics (Danish)
Block 1
Global Geographical Systems (Danish) Block 2
Natural Resource Management (Danish) Block 2
Natural Resource Chemistry (Danish) Block 2
Conservation Block 2
Ecocriticism and ecofictions: literature, film and the role of art in the age of climate change (Danish)
Autumn semester
Nature, Humanity, and Global Perspectives in Modern Spirituality and Esotericism
Autumn semester
Sustainable Denmark: How can We achieve Sustainable Development Autumn semester
Thematic course: Climate, Sustainability and Environmental Governance Autumn semester

Climatology and Hydrology(Danish)

Block 3

Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Block 3
Basic Arctic Biology (Danish) Block 3
Hydrology (Danish) Block 4
The Sociology of green transition Spring semester


Master

Applied Ethnobotany Block 1
Biodiversity in Urban Nature Block 1
Climate Change and Water Resources Block 1
Ethics, Environment and Society Block 1
Paleo-Climatology Block 1
Water Resources (part 1) Block 1
Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation Block 1 & 2
Climate Change: an Interdisciplinary Challenge Block 1 & 2
Environmental Management in Europe Block 1 & 2
Agroforestry Block 2
Applied Insect Ecology and Biological Control Block 2
Climate Change and Land Use Block 2
Climate Management in Plant Production and Research Block 2
Climate Change and Biogeochemical Cycles Block 2
Climate Solutions Block 2
Geopolitics of Climate Change Block 2
Participatory Natural Resource Governance Block 2
Advanced Ecology Block 2
Advanced Economics of the Environment and Climate Change Autumn semester
Nature, Humanity, and Global Perspectives in Modern Spirituality and Esotericism
Autumn semester
Perspectives on sustainability Autumn semester
The Politics of Environment and Climate
Autumn semester
Thematic course: Climate, Sustainability and Environmental Governance Autumn semester
International Environmental Law Autumn semester
Climate Change and the Law Autumn semester
Applied Ecosystem Ecology Block 3
Climate Change Mechanisms and Tipping Points Block 3
Global Environmental Governance Block 3
Sensory Biology Block 3
Interdisciplinary Land Use and Natural Resource Management Block 3
Motivation and Pro-Environmental Behaviour - Managing Change Block 3
Plant Ecophysiology in a Changing Climate Block 3
The Economics of Climate Change Block 3
Thematic Course: Interdisciplinary Land Use and Natural Resource Management Block 3
Introduction to Arctic Ecosystems Block 3
Applied Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Block 4
Arctic Nature & Society Block 4
Climate Change and Forestry: Monitoring and Policies (ONLINE COURSE) Block 4
Climate Models and Observations Block 4
Energy Systems and Climate Mitigation Block 4
Human Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability Block 4
Tropical Forest Restoration Block 4
Climate Change and Forestry: Monitoring and Policies Block 4
Geoengineering Block 4
Jean Monnet course: Transatlantic Climate Change and Energy Law Spring semester
The Sociology of green transition Spring semester