Projekt ukončen, aktivity sítě pokračují
Projekt Mezioborová síť udržitelného rozvoje byl úspěšně ukončen 30. 4. 2014, aktivity sítě však nadále pokračují.
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30th March - 5th April 2014
The Charles University Environment Center has opened registrations for the International Spring School on Sustainable Development 2014 to be held in Týnec nad Sázavou on 30th March - 5th April 2014. We invite students of any academic discipline studying at the late-Bachelor or Master level at a Czech non-Prague university to enrol on the course.
Read on for more information or register here.
Students from the Mining-Technical University of Ostrava undertake work experience in a commercial environment
The possibility of cooperating on a project with experienced commercial companies was taken up with considerable interest at a selected academic workplace - the Department of Regional Economic and Environmental Economics faculty at the Mining - Technical University of Ostrava. Practically all departmental employees, including scientific employees, doctoral students and selected students, signed up to the project.
October 2013 - January 2014 (winter semester)
The Charles University Environment Center invites students from any academic discipline to participate in a two-semester e-learning course consisting in three e-learning modules and terminating in a summer school. Students can enrol in the individual modules and the summer school separately, i.e. they do not need to enrol in the entire course.
A successful International Spring School on Sustainable Development, organised by the Charles University Environment Center as part of the MOSUR project and in cooperation with the Open University of the Netherlands, took place in Týnec nad Sázavou from 30.3. - 5.4.2014. A total of 18 students from 6 different European countries and studying at Bachelor and Master level in various academic disciplines participated in the school. Of these, 13 were non-Prague Czech students. Ten experienced foreign academic staff contributed to the internationality and professionalism of the school. During the school of the spring school students became better acquainted with the concept of sustainable development and specific real life case studies.
For the full programme and all school outputs, see the school's wiki work pages here.
This course focuses on international development and an interdisciplinary dialogue regarding sustainable development between students and pedagogues of European universities using modern ICT methods and the internet. It is coordinated by the Open University of the Netherlands, although a total of nine European universities altogether participate in the course. It takes place online throughout the entire 2013/14 academic year, i.e. from mid-October until the end of March 2014, and will be rounded off with a spring school in the Czech Republic in April 2014. The course language is English.
For more information in Czech, click here.
A large group of Czech students from a number of non-Prague universities recently returned from a sustainability field trip to the Austrian region of Graz-Styria full of inspiration for how to foster greater understanding and acceptable of the sustainable development concept in the Czech Republic.
Sustainability field trip to the old Hanseatic city of Lüneburg in Lower Saxony, Germany, 9-14 June 2013
The Charles University Environment Center invites Czech students studying (any academic discipline) at the Bachelor‘s level at a university outside Prague to enrol in its six-day field trip to the beautiful university town of Lüneburg to study how ‘sustainability’ is applied in theory and in practice in the German context. This will be the second sustainability field trip organised by the Environment Center following the September 2012 field trip to the Austrian city of Graz and the adjacent 'Vulkanland' region.
The Charles University Environment Center invites students of all academic disciplines to participate in a week-long summer school on the concept of sustainability, which will take place in the Ore Mountain region on the Czech-German border. It will be an opportunity to get to know the region more closely, including Jezeří Chateau, its past and more recent history, get to know the most significant and less significant local stakeholders, and learn how to approach issues of sustainable development analytically. The summer school languages are Czech and English.
The Charles University Environment Center is pleased to issue a call for registrations for its third sustainabillity field trip to all Czech students studying at a non-Prague higher education institution. This sustainability field trip will be centred on the regional Styrian capital of Graz in Austria and take place on 8-13 September 2013 with the assistance of the University of Graz and the Regional Centre of Expertise Graz-Styria.
The Charles University Environment Center organised the first sustainability field trip for non-Prague university students under the auspices of the MOSUR project to the Austrian city of Graz and the surrounding region of Styria in the second week of September 2012. The field trip was organised in cooperation with Karl Frazens Universität Graz and the Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) on Education for Sustainable Development Graz-Styria, whose staff drafted a comprehensive programme of presentations and on-site visits to numerous exemplars of sustainability projects in their region.