Budapest, Hungary

Sustainability in Practice- From Science to Business

when 15 July 2024 - 21 July 2024
language English
duration 1 week
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 490

Apply for our one-week course to explore the fundamentals of climate change, understand the economic and social consequences of our dependence on fossil fuels, and examine the promising yet uncertain routes to a more sustainable future. This course reveals the essential role of sustainable development in ensuring a resilient future, connecting the dots between the need for environmental conservation and economic growth. Dive into the complexities and prospects of transitioning to renewable energy, drawing insights from how global companies are navigating their way towards environmental sustainability. Through engaging workshops, lively discussions, and hands-on experience, participants will delve into the essentials of carbon accounting (GHG Protocol), different methodologies for the assessment of our environmental impact (LCA etc.) and the critical norms and emerging trends that are reshaping the business landscape towards sustainability (CDP, SBTi, SDGs etc.)

Course leader

ELTE Faculty of Science, Department of Social and Economic Geography

Target group

No special requirements

Course aim

This course is designed for all those who want to help protect the environment, whether you're a student, a working professional, or an activist. It gives you the knowledge and tools you need to make a difference. Ready to help create a better, more sustainable future? Join us for a week filled with learning, discovery, and actions that lead to a greener tomorrow.

Credits info

4 EC
Our course offers ECTS points, which may be accepted for credit transfer by the participants' home universities.

Fee info

EUR 490: The course fee for 1-week on-site courses - that includes tuition fee, meals (coffee break and lunch), local transport and the cost of the leisure time programs - is 490 EUR.


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