Grenoble Ecole de Management launches 'Shaping a Sustainable Future with Green Infrastructure ' a 5-week free online course developed by the Territories in Transition Chair, as part of its participation in the European project LUIGI, to help professionals creating sustainable environmental policies and shaping tomorrow's green communities.
The first edition of A 5-week free online course, will address a variety of topics that will help participants developing skills and understanding to manage Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services and leading for sustainability. Designed for anyone with an interest in green infrastructure management, this course will be especially useful for public administrators, policy-makers, private sector business owners, and charities.
« The understanding of the value of provided services by the Nature to humans, espacially in the cities, is fundamental to built a contributive economy in the future that will participating to the restoration and the maintain of those services", explains Thibault Daudigeos, scientific coordinator of the research chair ‘Inclusive Sustainability: Territorial Ecosystems in Transition’.
This online course was developed by the GEM research chair as part of its participation in the European project LUIGI that involves experts in varied fields from all the Alpine countries coming together to develop understanding and methods on green infrastructure.
MOOCs at Grenoble Ecole de Management
Grenoble Ecole de Management has been developing its free online course offer in order to share its expertise with the widest of audiences. Courses are available in the following fields: geopolitics, the politics and diplomacy of cooking and hospitality, future-driven business innovation, new energy technologies, the digital transformation of services and business, saving and investing, and Green Infrastructure.