At the department, we work in an interdisciplinary manner on the topics Sustainable community energy in remote and humanitarian contexts, Community-based adaptation to climate change in remote and humanitarian contexts as well as Bottom-up community approaches, originating in local needs and requirements. This is reflected in our projects and it feeds into our courses for students. Our teaching includes the courses Sustainable Energy in Remote and Displacement Settings as well as Adaptation to Climate Change. You can find further details about study topics, our research activities and about our team on the following pages.
(The image on this page is from UNHCR/Refugee Media: Solar panels bring light in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh)