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EVE begins its Second Year: Undergrad Modules are about to start!

EVE is launching into its second year, promising another round of engaging activities.

Starting from March, students will be engaged and challenged through two laboratories on european and african environmental perspectives: the first with a legal eye (Prof. Veronica Federico) and the second more centered political and environmental humanities (Prof. Maria Stella Rognoni).

In addition to our core curriculum, students will benefit from insightful sessions led by esteemed guests, providing invaluable insights and expertise in environmental law and policy. These lectures, delivered by academic experts (both our partners in the project and new entries!), will offer students a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding and engage with real-world challenges. Through these modules, students will explore the intricacies of environmental law and policy, gaining a sense of the challenges and opportunities facing both continents in the fight against climate change and ecological degradation.

EVE continues its commitment to student engagement and re-elaboration through narrative approaches and storytelling. One of the key highlights of this year’s program is the renewed  collaboration with the cartoonist Stefano Casini. This partnership underscores EVE’s dedication to utilizing innovative mediums such as comics to convey complex environmental concepts in an accessible and engaging manner.

More information regarding the modules and activities will be released in the coming days. Stay tuned to the EVE website for updates and announcements. In the mean time, Good luck to our next undergrad students!