Environment & development

At Crawford School at ANU, you can improve your expertise in climate change and sustainable resource management with a master’s degree from one of the world’s leading universities.

Enquire now to find out how the Master of Climate Change is taught by world-class experts in climate science and policy. Alongside core topic areas of climate change vulnerability, adaptation and mitigation, the program also draws upon the breadth and diversity of the University’s science, economics, law, policy and governance programs, allowing you to uniquely tailor your degree to meet your particular interests and skills.

The Master of Environmental Management and Development focuses on theoretical and practical approaches to resource management and development, and how to achieve economic viability, social acceptability and environmental sustainability within differing social and political contexts.

Demand has never been higher for skilled professionals who can tackle the growing challenges of climate change and sustainable resource management. Like past graduates, your studies will leave you better placed to respond to these challenges in your chosen career, and with well-developed networks relevant to your academic and professional interests.

Visit Programs and Courses for full program requirements, study options and course information.

 

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Graduate profile

Meet Melanie

Meet Melanie Pill

Melanie always had a passion for environmental sustainability and while her economics background helped her gain roles in Environmental advocacy with the ACT government, she was hungry for more.

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Kwame Agyei

Appetite for change

"I’ve learnt from the very best,” he says. “Now I can email somebody who is the best in their field, and ask for feedback. If I’m faced with any challenges, there are people who are more experienced and knowledgeable than I am who I can draw on for support."

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Amy Liu

Meet Amy Liu

Upon the completion of her Master of International and Development Economics at ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, Amy Liu returned to work at the Asian Development Bank Headquarters in Manila, before relocating to Naypyidaw, Myanmar, to commence in her role as Advisor to the Department of Labour.

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Meet Bimo Dwi Satrio

Meet Bimo Dwi Satrio

Bimo Dwi Satrio hopes to one day make a difference in tackling the issues of the overuse of pesticides in rice farming in Indonesia.

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Catherine Diomampo

Green machine

“We have good teachers. They’re really professionals in the field so even if we ask a lot of tough questions, they’re able to answer them. And if they don’t know, they challenge us to find out the answers ourselves.”

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