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Returning home from our virtual excursion, we look forward to new challenges.
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Thank you for being with us on our virtual journey to Utö.

We hope that our course has provided you with a sense of the need for interdisciplinarity when taking on the challenges of climate change mitigation and adaptation while providing for people’s energy needs.

No single discipline has all the answers. Instead, we must join forces, bridging across disciplinary barriers, if we are to find the solutions we need for humans and for nature.

If you find this philosophy appealing, we hope you will be interested in the Master’s program we are developing for the European Civic University CIVIS. This will be a program for disciplinary scholars from any discipline to become transdisciplinary scholars ready to take on the challenges of the Anthropocene.

To find out more, bookmark CIVIS. Our program will be launched in 2024.

Alasdair Skelton and Ria Dunkley

Chairpersons of the Council for Climate, Environment and Energy at CIVIS.

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