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CONVOCATORIA Curso online “Low Carbon Scenario Development: Waste Management Under Crisis Situations”

El área de Becas Internacionales de la Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional (DGCIN), dependiente del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto de la Nación,  informa a través de la Secretaría de Relaciones Internacionales de la Provincia de Tucumán, sobre la  convocatoria de la School of Bioresources and Technology, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, TICA Agencia de Cooperación Internacional de Tailandia para participar del curso “Low Carbon Scenario Development: Waste Management Under Crisis Situations”– bajo la modalidad online, idioma inglés.

El curso que se realizará en modalidad virtual, se dictará del 17 al 31 de agosto de 2022.

La fecha de cierre de la convocatoria es el 10 de junio de 2022.

Contenidos y metodología

Based on the United Nations Population Fund statistics, the world is undergoing the unprecedented largest wave of urban growth, with more and more people living in cities than in rural areas. It is forecasted that by 2030, over 60 percent of the population would be living in cities. Megacities, which define cities with more than 10 million inhabitants, are on the rise and becoming a topic of frequent discussion in urban development discourse. However, it is foreseen that most new urban growth will occur in smaller towns and cities in developing countries, which have fewer resources to respond to the magnitude of the urban population increase. This projected growth leads to great challenges for cities to provide a high quality of life to their residents at present and in the future. Actually, in many cases, rapid urbanization is generally conveying to concentrating socioeconomic poverty and environmental degradation in cities. Currently, cities face increasing development needs in infrastructure, land use, basic service provisions, etc. Consequently, sectors such as transportation, water and sanitation, energy supply, health services, etc., are under severe pressure from continuously increasing population and limited resources. In this regard, a sustainable development approach is recommended to ensure that the needs of citizens today are met without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. 

Requisitos :

  • Education: have at least a bachelor degree in Science or Engineering in relation to energy, environment, economics, architecture, or related fields, and good English proficiency.  
  • have at least 1 year working experience.  
  • currently work closely in the areas of urban development and planning.  have an understanding of an involvement in environmental technology and management, or environmental management. 
  •  be strongly motivated to improve the city development and planning; and/or apply “Low Carbon City Development and Implementation” approach to his/her city to mitigate global warming and climate change. 

Formulario online de solicitud

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