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Environmental Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 33 Environmental Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Moving towards “Net Zero” Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Tea Production in Kenya PhD

We are seeking an enthusiastic and conscientious applicant for this fully-funded PhD scholarship (UK tuition fees, stipend and experimental costs) starting on 30 September 2024, which will include field-work in Kenya. Read more

Leverhulme ‘Space for Nature’ Doctoral Scholars MSc to PhD Pathway

Want to become a Leverhulme ‘Space for Nature’ Doctoral Scholar this September?. We are very aware that securing a PhD scholarship tends to be a competitive process, with most applicants holding a Master’s degree. Read more

URBAN RETROFIT PhD Scholarship - Place adaptation and urban retrofit 'on the move'

  Research Group: School of Social & Political Sciences
Information on the School/Research Group. The successful candidate will join the URBAN RETROFIT UK research project, a new £1.7m multi-university investment by the ESRC, based at the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence in the Division of Urban Studies and Social Policy at the University of Glasgow. Read more

Transitioning the Shipbuilding and Repair Sector to Net Zero: A Systemic Analysis of Carbon Impact.

In a drive to reduce carbon emissions in one of the most important sectors to the global economy this project will investigate the main contributing factors to carbon emissions associated with shipbuilding and repair. Read more

Assessing the sensitivity of biodiversity indicators for detection of change in land cover classes

The release of the National Land Cover Map 2018 (NLCM) offers the opportunity to monitor quantity, quality and change of land cover and habitats in a regular, systematic and repeatable way that is national in scale. Read more

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