The Environmental Sciences and Policy Department of CEU and the CRISP (CReating Innovative Sustainability Pathways, www.crisp-futures.com) team proudly present three visions on sustainable lifestyles in 2030. The three distinctive visions have been developed by youngsters in the age of 15-19, from six European countries (UK, Norway, the Netherlands, Greece, Lithuania and Hungary) by sharing their ideas about sustainable lifestyles and a sustainable society in 2030.
We are delighted that Diane Matar has won CEU's Academic Achievement Award for First-Year Doctoral Students.
"The CEU Academic Achievement Awards for First-Year Doctoral Students are meant to reward outstanding coursework and performance during the comprehensive exam. Annually there are 5-10 awards to be distributed. The awards amount to 500 EUR apiece."
Agnes Botos, PhD student, is a co-author of an article " Regulating Industrial Chemicals: Lessons for U.S. Lawmakers From the European Union’s REACH Program" that appears in the November issue of ELR’s News & Analysis.
Naira Harutyunyan, PhD Candidate, authors a research article entitled “The Move to Universal Water Metering and Volumetric Pricing in Armenia” to be presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Design and Construction and the ASCE Construction Institute Summit, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, November 7–9, 2012 with the possibility of further publication at the Journal of Sustainable Cities and Societies by Elsevier.