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Global Change Management (M.Sc.) (GCM)








 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. Dr. Martin Welp

Head of Study Programme

The mission of Global Change Management (M.Sc.) is to educate specialists who are able to cope with challenges of natural resource management under global change developing goal-oriented and science-informed solutions.


The emphasis is on both mitigation and adaptation to the effects of current challenges such as climate change and loss of biodiversity. Considering Global Change Management as a new cross-sectoral challenge we strive for an adaptive, proactive and precautionary approach to natural resource management


Awards



 

Global Change Management (M.Sc.)

is a UN Decade-project Education for Sustainable Development 2005-2014

 

Global Change Management (M.Sc.)
is awarded as a innovative project in the competition:  Deutschland - Land der Ideen /

Germany - Land of Ideas



 Faculty of Forest and Environment

News & events

Opening session for the first semester students

Einladung Einführungswoche 2015


Video documentation of the 1st Eberswalde Ecosynomics Forum

Petra KuenkelSteve Waddell

Steve Waddell (NetworkingAction) and Petra Kuenkel (Collective Leadership Institute) were keynote speakers of the 1st Eberswalde Ecosynomics Forum (April 2nd, 2015). Large system change and collective efforts for a transformation towards sustainability were the overarching themes of the one-day event. The forum provided a collaborative space to explore possibilities for shared action, research and consultancy. Participants were invited guests from partner organisations and professional networks as well as students of the HNEE, International Master Study Programme Global Change Management and at the Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Master of Public Policy. The video documentation of the forum is available as a short film (8 min.) and full version here. The programme of the forum is available here (PDF)


Video Documentary “Brasil Norte-Sul” online now

Foto 1In August 2013, five students of the International Master Study Programme Global Change Management had the opportunity to participate in a study tour across Brazil. While travelling the country for almost four weeks the students got a profound and exceptional insight into forest management practices in different Brazilian biomes, such as the Mata Atlantica, the Pantanal and the Amazon forest. One of the participants, Nils Reinecke, video documented the tour and interviewed several experts and scientists as well as rubber tappers, sawyers and environmental activists. The documentary is now online and can be seen here.


Lin Bautze and Simon Gerlinger won 2nd price in the competition „Between lecture hall and project work“ of the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ).

On Friday, 11th July 2014, the 13th final symposium of the GIZ´s university-level initiative “Between Lecture Hall and Project Work” took place at the Humboldt University in Berlin.

The initiative fosters exchange of knowledge between professionals in the field of development cooperation and university students. Lin Bautze und Simon Lange

This year, 4 teams of the Master Program “Global Change Management” have been among the 12 finalists.

Of these, the students Lin Bautze and Simon Gerlinger have convinced the jury with their outstanding presentation about land reform in Namibia.

The two students won 2nd price and a paid internship in the GIZ, a company highly experienced in the field of development cooperation and sustainable development.



Photo: Christoph Nowicki


New film about a rainforest protection project of the GIZ in Central America

The movie entitled "Protection and Sustainable Use of the Selva Maya" is available in English, German and Spanish language. It was directed and produced by the 3rd semester GCM student Mr Nils Reinecke. Rainforest protetion in Central America_The Selva Maya Programme is dedicated to the protection and sustainable use of over 5 million hectares of tropical rain forests located in Belize, Guatemala and southern Mexico. It is being executed by the German Cooperation (GIZ), commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in conjunction with the Central American Commission on Environment and Development (CCAD, in Spanish) and national counterpart organizations. This 20-minute film shows the main challenges for the Selva Maya and strategies proposed by the Selva Maya Programme to face them. Watch it here!

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(letzte Änderung: 02.09.2015 von Martin Welp)