Learning and Training
The ICR Lab plays a key role in supporting teaching across the Bartlett School of Environment Energy and Resources and UCL including:
Supervision of MSc dissertations across a range of programmes
Delivery of core and optional modules for MSc Business and Sustainability and MSc Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy and Transitions (SREPT)
Delivery module for the UCL Summer School
Teaching MSc students
In the face of global environmental challenges, societies, businesses and policymakers alike need to rethink how we can use our natural resources sustainably. UCL's Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy and Transitions MSc investigates the circular economy, resource efficiency and sustainable resource management. You will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to drive change and become the sustainability leaders of tomorrow.
View MSc Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy and Transitions in the UCL Prospectus
Becoming environmentally, socially and economically sustainable is an imperative for businesses of all shapes and sizes. UCL’s Business and Sustainability MSc explores how businesses can turn sustainability challenges into new opportunities and avenues for growth. You will participate in research-led, applied teaching on sustainability science, policy and business practice, empowering you to be sustainability leaders making informed decisions and taking responsible actions for people, planet and profit, now and in the future. Visit Business and Sustainability MSc in the UCL Prospectus
Teaching Undergraduate students
Every year, UCL welcomes students from universities around the world to study for 3 or 6 weeks in June, July and August. In summer 2022 students of over 50 nationalities, from over 250 universities around the world, making the UCL Summer School a truly international experience in the heart of one of the world's most dynamic cities.
Module name: Climate Change and Sustainability in Practice
Training stakeholders – Mobile Education Hub
Blue-green economy are deeply interconnected. Think globally- act locally as suggested during the Rio+ 20 conference has become a very useful approach for local contributions to achieve the SDGs. When it comes to conversation, knowledge is power and educating the younger generations is the key. ICR developed the 'Mobile Education Hub' programme for Sustainable Islands and Coastal Areas. We focus on case studies at the intersection between blue and green economy, provide an understanding of complex systems, of trade-offs between blue and green spaces essential to co-existence and effective management and deployment of resources.
PhD Students and Research
The ICL Lab supports the research conducted by PhD students and this research is integral to the development of the lab. PhD students play an active role in the lab, attending and presenting at meetings and organising some of the labs activities. Their work is an important contribution to the development of the lab’s research and the lab’s novel models provide a rich resource for their studies. This symbiotic relationship is further enhanced through internships which offer our students an opportunity to step fully into the work of the lab.