Resource Efficiency Management and Environmental Safety

This research program trains students in managing environmental risks for enterprises and in the public and municipal sectors. Students study a wide range of disciplines, covering natural and life sciences, environmental law, and regulations of the EU, USA, and Asia in the field of nature conservation.

Economic Disciplines

The program includes classical courses in economic theory and studies the concepts of “green” and “blue” economies, sustainable development, and risk management methodologies.

Key Competencies

  • Climate Change and Adaptation Policies: Introduction to decarbonization and ecological incentives (CBAM carbon tax), mathematical analysis of greenhouse gases, including CO2 calculations.
  • Management of Water and Forestry Resources: Establishing recycling processes for more efficient use of natural resources, relevant globally.

Additional Learning Areas

Students are required to study the history of sustainable development and the role of the UN, international conventions and agreements (e.g., the Aarhus Convention and the Paris Climate Agreement), and EU directives covering the social and economic development blocks of the European community.

Technical Standards

A crucial part of the curriculum is working with technical standards, especially those related to the certification of environmental products and the analysis of European best available techniques (BAT).

Skills and Knowledge

Students gain up-to-date knowledge of environmental protection technologies and skills to create effective environmental management systems, which are in demand in both business and administrative sectors.

Discipline Focus

All courses aim to provide an understanding of the integrity of nature and the possibilities that science offers for environmental restoration and the development of innovative models

For more information and to register, please visit the Etudes Modernes Academy website.