Sustainable urban development in resource-extraction territories: the Arctic case
The PhD summer school will explore how sustainable development in resource extraction territories is being shaped and transformed by local and global trends, having a special focus on the Arctic region.
The aim of the course is to analyse resource territories with a transdisciplinary perspective and to critically select and integrate methods.
The participants will be introduced to local case studies and relevant topics but will be also asked to present and share their own research with their peers. The participants will work in groups on a conference-type poster that will be presented to and discussed by their peers and the teachers at the end of the course.
Post-course work: develop a conference style paper in groups.
Read more and make an application (deadline May 31 2021)