European Association for Environmental Management Education (EAEME)
Association européenne pour la formation en gestion de l'environnement
Provide industry, trade and public authorities with effective tools to address environmental issues; working from an interdisciplinary educational perspective, prepare administrators in public sector and business to better integrate environmental questions and their economic, socio-political and juridical implications into their future professional practice, particularly from a transnational - notably European - point-of-view.Available with paid subscription only.
Through member universities, organizes postgraduate and one-year academic courses, including 3 education modular components (preparatory; basic; application; plus a research project) leading to the qualification 'European Master in Environmental Management'. Member activate focal points for one module. European Environmental Management Alumni Association (EEMAA) maintains professional contact among programme alumni. Organizes international conferences.
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