Thesis

Emily Dowding-Smith '11 (New Zealand), environmental lawyer

September 25, 2018

MESPOM is a super fun way to learn about different cultures, explore Europe, and get different perspectives on international environmental issues. 

Paroma Wagle '13 (India)

May 15, 2015

In 2011, after working with a NGO in India applying System Dynamics Modeling for urban water and solid waste management related projects, I was certain I wanted to work in the environmental field. Having a Statistics bachelors degree (with Physics and Chemistry), I knew I needed a thorough grounding in all aspects of the field, and, thus MESPOM was an obvious choice. MESPOM helped me not only build on my natural science foundations, but also gain understanding and confidence in policy and management aspects.

Article based on MESPOM thesis at the University of the Aegean

May 12, 2015

Alvin Chandra '10 (Fiji) and MESPOM professor Petros Gaganis (University of the Aegean) published an article, entitled "Deconstructing Vulnerability and Adaptation in a Coastal River Basin Ecosystem: A Participatory Analysis of Flood Risk in Nadi, Fiji Islands", in the journal 'Climate and Development'.

Batch 9 blogs about their thesis time

January 23, 2015

Nine Master candidates in batch 9 will be blogging about their adventures during semester 4, February to June 2015.

Each year, MESPOM-students are venturing out into the world, backed up by their dedicated supervisors from at least one of the six MESPOM Consortium Partners.

Some of them will investigate their topics by travelling to far away places, others will spend their time in the lab.

Chunsheng Yao '10 (China)

January 10, 2012

Although I have graduated more than a year ago, from time to time I still think about the wonderful years of MESPOM. Apart from meeting interesting and clever classmates, I've got excellent academic training in the field of environmental management and policy, especially during my study in IIIEE, Lund University.