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SENSE is a partnership involving nine Dutch universities and two institutes.
To date, many different scientific concepts and approaches of sustainability exist. What are the differences and what do they entail? What is your role as a scientist in achieving sustainable develop-ment? How can you apply sustainability in your own research? And in doing so, how can you deal with facts, uncertainty, values and opinions?
This on-site course will enable you to think about the ‘bigger picture’, grasp sustainability and to apply concepts and approaches to your own research. > Read more
Aquatic ecosystems play a crucial role in human health and well-being. They are, however, under severe anthropogenic pressure. In this 5-day course we will provide a multifaceted overview of the science on aquatic ecosystems in the Anthropocene and the means by which its robustness can be restored or even improved. > Read more
It is a pleasure to announce that the bi-annual SENSE PhD Award for best SENSE dissertation in previous two years, has been awarded to dr. Brenden Jongman for his PhD research on Unravelling the Drivers of Flood Risk across Spatial Scales (2015) at IVM, VU. > Read more
|David Bijl Sustainable resource use in the global water-food-energy nexus - Advances in process-based integrated assessment modelling |
Utrecht University, Environmental Sciences
Graduation date: 23 February 2018