Integrated Doctoral Program for Environmental Policy, Management and Technology
586471-EPP- 1-2017- 1-EE- EPPKA2-CBHE- JP
The project addresses such root causes of environmental problems in Mongolia, Ukraine and Vietnam, as poorly formulated policies, inadequate selection of management actions and the lack of suitable technology, by building capacity for academic excellence in doctoral training in environmental studies in PCs (and beyond).
The INTENSE kick-off meeting will take place on 26-27 March 2018 at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Vienna, Austria.
Summer school on sustainability transition and the precautionary principle
Sustainability transition and the precautionary principle are the topics of the first INTENSE summer school planned in Budapest from June 28 to July 4. 2018. The School is co-organise with the European Environment Agency and Central European University. It is an open-call event, so everyone from the INTENSE consortium and beyond is welcome to apply!
Summer school on nature based solutions for smart cities
Nature-based solutions and their application for smart cities and high quality urban landscapes will be explored on the second INTENSE summer school on August 16-26, 2018 in Mahilioŭ, Belarus. This will be an action school based on case study research and development of solutions to real-life problems. This school is an open-call event, so everyone from the INTENSE consortium and beyond is welcome to apply!
1.1 Conducting in-depth survey of end-users and the institutional contexts
1.2 ToRs for the development of learning and institutional infrastructure
2.1 Development of COP, research frameworks and transition plans
2.2 Revision of “passports of a PhD specialisation”
2.3 Launching national INTENSE schools and the International INTENSE Network
2.4 Development of organisational and QA expertise at PCIs
2.5 Sharing of research facilities
3.1 Development of the INTENSE open education platform
3.2 Development of eLearning modules and MOOCs
3.3 Development of eScience modules
3.4 Development of transferrable skills courses and learning materials
3.5 Training events
4.1 Monitoring of academic mobility and staff time allocation
4.2 Quality assurance and peer-review of project outcomes
4.3 Analysis of lessons learned from project QA
5.1 Launching and maintenance of the INTENSE web portal
5.2 Coordination of media-coverage and outreach
5.3. Network, training and dissemination events
6.1 Development and singing of Consortium Agreement
6.2 Establishment and work of the Steering Committee; meetings of the GAP
6.3 Day-to-day management, communication, reporting to EACEA