Institute of Earth Systems, Malta (IES)
1987 Valletta Malta
1987, Valletta (Malta), within the framework of U-XF2188 - Foundation for International Studies, University of Malta (FIS), as International Environment Institute, Malta (IEI). Current title adopted when merged with Institute of Agriculture (IoA), 2011.
Reflect respect and concern for present and future humankind and for the environment, natural and urban as well as socio-cultural; focus on global issues of the human environment through related studies and training and on environmental training of specific professional groups.
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Board, chaired by the Rector's delegate, is governing body. Divisions (2): Environmental Management and Planning; Rural Sciences and Food Systems. Also includes: E-XE1163 - Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Insular Coastal Dynamics (ICoD); E-XE2032 - Centre for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe (CEDARE).
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