The scientific community is unanimous in affirming that the impact of climate change puts life on Earth at risk. Anthropology is the key discipline to better understand and think of integrated and inclusive solutions to these challenges, as in its matrix it privileges attention to the human(s)-environment(s) relationship in various contexts around the globe, developing holistic and interdisciplinary approaches.
The master's degree in Anthropology, Globalization and Climate Change, aimed at the study of the global future(s) of human(s) and non-human(s) offers advanced training, conducive to critical thinking about the intimate interrelationship between global socio-economic-political transformations and climate change.
As it materializes in the Department of Life Sciences of the University of Coimbra, this master's programme favors innovative inter and multidisciplinary reflections on multi-species and natural/nature relationships.
The Master's will train specialists endowed with analytical and methodological tools that allow them to propose innovative development strategies leading to inclusive and fair societies, contributing, in parallel, also to the safeguarding of biodiversity and ecosystem sustainability.
Coordination: Prof. Doctor Jorge Varanda (email@example.com)