Environmental Politics

Course Environmental Politics (will be offered in SoSe 17) Instructor tba Prerequisites tba Corresponding Module Humans and the Environment, Specialization Option EES I or II, Elective tba (spring 2017)

Energy

Course Energy (will be offered in SoSe 17) Instructor tba Prerequisites tba Corresponding Module Specialization Option EES I or II, Elective tba (spring 2017)

Environmental Governance

  Course Environmental Governance Instructor Prof. Dr. Michael Pregernig and Team (SS14) Prerequisites Introduction to Earth and Environmental Sciences, Introduction to Governance Corresponding Module Humans and the Environment, Elective Public welfare and the environment were long believed to be the responsibility of governments before anything else. Nowadays, the traditional hierarchical coordination by the nation-state is…

Resources and Sustainability

Course Resources and Sustainability Instructor Prof. Dr. Andreas Hoppe, Dr. Sabine Sané (WS 16/17) Prerequisites Introduction to Earth and Environmental Sciences Corresponding Module Global Cycles of Matter and Materials The growing human footprint on our planet is clearly shown by the enormous consumption of renewable (e.g. biomass and water) and non-renewable resources (e.g. fossil fuel, metals,…

Environmental Planning

Course Environmental Planning Instructor Michael Gaede (Dipl.-Geol.) (WS 16/17) Prerequisites Introduction to Earth and Environmental Sciences Corresponding Module Humans and the Environment, Specialization Option Earth and Environmental Sciences I or II Human beings and nature depend on intact ecosystems. Thus a crucial point seems to be how we can organise ways of using the environment…

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Course Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Instructor Dr. Steffen Vogt (in WS 15/16) Prerequisites Introductory Module: Thought and Research in the Area of Earth and Environmental Sciences or Introductory Module: Thought and Reserach in the Area of Governance Corresponding Module Analytical Methods, Specialization Option EES I or II; (Specialization Option: Law, Politics & Administration; Quantitative and…

Field Excursions

Course Field Excursions Instructor Dr. Eckart Stein, Dr. Sabine Sané Prerequisites Introduction to Earth and Environmental Sciences Recommended: Earth Sciences Corresponding Module Observing Nature, Elective This course takes place in form of seven field excursion to different areas close to Freiburg during the whole summer semester. Students will explore geological and geomorphological features, their related processes…

Courses @UCF

Below you will find all EES courses which are offered at UCF. There are basic courses all EES majors have to take and advanced courses which you can choose more freely according to your interests in order to meet the module requirements. You can only take one course per module. If there are different courses…

Ecology: From Genetic Adaptions to Communities

Course Ecology: From Genetic Adaptions to Communities Instructor Dr. Volker Nehring Prerequisites Introduction to Earth and Environmental Sciences Corresponding Module Ecology, Advanced Life Sciences I, II or III, Elective All biological processes are affected by ecological interactions, and so are we as humans, part of a complex global network. The course is designed to advance…

Geo-Hazards

Course  Geo-Hazards Instructor  Prof. Dr. Hoppe Prerequisites Introductory Module: Thought and Research in the Area of Earth and Environmental Sciences or Introductory Module: Thought and Research in the Area of Governance Corresponding Module Specialization Option EES I or II, Advanced Governance I or II  Geo-Hazards – Risks, Mitigation and Management Geological hazards depend on plate tectonics…