The focus of the programme is on policy and policymaking in the energy and climate space as the key to enabling change and creating a regulatory environment in which the low-carbon energy systems of the future can flourish.
By studying this degree, you will:
- Develop in-depth knowledge of the scholarly literature of more than one discipline that constitutes the field of global energy and climate policy (e.g. public policy, diplomatic studies, international politics, and political economy)
- Have understood and assimilated the main features of the landscape of modern energy and climate policy;
- Understand the relationship between theory and policy in the energy and climate change field
- Gain a particular familiarity with the roles and capabilities of both state and non-state actors in a global, multi-level system
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