How sustainable is the bioeconomy? A natural capital approach
Dr J C Stout
11 January 2019
We are seeking applicants with Bachelors/Masters degree (2.1 or higher) in natural/environmental science, natural resource management, or similar, preferably with knowledge and experience in ecosystem services, natural capital, bioeconomy, and/or life cycle analysis to do a PhD on “Integrating natural capital into Bioeconomic industrial applications”.
Ph.D. Programs. The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev offers advanced research training in multiple research areas that include engineering, exact sciences, medical/life sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
Biomass/CO2 Conversion to Chemicals and Energy
Dr X Wang, Dr P Kechagiopoulos
Applications accepted all year round
Fossil fuels coal, petroleum crude oil and natural gas, as sources of thermal energy, fuels and chemicals, have been predominant in the world’s energy supply.
Machine Learning for Understanding the Political Economy of a Global Coal Phase-Out
Prof J Minx, Prof J Ford, Prof L Berrang-Ford
7 January 2019
A timely phase-out of coal is a necessary condition to achieve the ambitious long-term climate goals of the Paris Agreement (Rockström et al 2017) and a major step towards a more responsible management and use of natural resources and the environment as a whole.