Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency

Service tools

Navigation path

  •  Print

Thematic Cluster on Climate Change and Sustainable Solutions


The thematic cluster on Climate Change and Sustainable Solutions brings together Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes, Action 3 Attractiveness Projects and the view of students and graduates of the Erasmus Mundus Programme. It also involves actors from outside the Erasmus Mundus programme, such as representatives of the labour market and experts in the field of Climate Change (e.g. policy makers, research institutes, businesses)...

This thematic cluster aims to identify existing good practices on activities, networking and synergies within the Erasmus Mundus programme and between the Erasmus Mundus actors, Alumni, Industry and Research.

pdf Lean more in this summary document



The aims of the workshop on Climate Change and Sustainable Solutions are to:

  • Provide different views from European and non-European universities, alumni, industry/research  representatives, the European Commission and the Executive Agency;
  • Better understand and anticipate the various and complex socio-economic and environmental effects of the ecological, agricultural or food aspects of climate change;
  • Identify innovative and sustainable technological initiatives for climate change;
  • Analyse good practices and share experiences and difficulties;
  • Identify recommendations for  Practical Guidelines;
  • Lead to a discussion to improve the networking and knowledge exchange in the field within the Erasmus Mundus programme, between the public and private sectors as well as between industry and research.

Erasmus Mundus Workshop on Climate Change and Sustainable Solutions, 3rd and 4th October 2012, Brussels, Belgium


Survey report

  • A survey among existing Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes, Attractiveness Projects and Erasmus Mundus Students/Alumni of the identified EM Projects.
  • pdf A detailed Survey Report on Climate Change and Sustainable Solutions

Practical Guidelines


Last update: 12/12/2013  Print | Top of page