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(from 2021|2022)

This new e-learning course discusses major global environmental challenges as drivers for a more vigorous development of narratives and practices about state coexistence. This will be open to the wider community, involving a diverse audience. The seminar focuses on international ways of reconciling interests and positions, using for this purpose the analysis of international conventions, presenting global agreements and emphasizing consensus on issues such as climate change, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, energy transition, international marine resource management, transnational river and lake water management, and landscape diversity, ecosystem and species protection, public health epidemics or biotic vector management. The case of the EU as a relevant actor in this dimension and in its relations with the eastern neighborhood will be specifically analyzed.