This Jean-Monnet Module brings forward the central objective to promote EU experience in the development of monitoring and early warnings response and communication systems through a series of research training events.
The project is implemented through the specific objectives:
- To organise and host three summer schools on design of systems for monitoring (including biophysical and institutional, inclusive to different kinds of knowledge) and timely responses to early warnings (including design of science-policy interfaces and communication strategies).
- To launch research reflecting on the applicability of the EU experience in the Siberian context that would serve as input to summer school curricula, as a part of preparation, conducting and following up summer school case studies.
- To disseminate schools’ results and research findings through publishing case study reports, dedicated session on the annual conference at SFU, and online e-learning platform with all the School materials available.
- To establish links with practitioners involved in environmental monitoring and control over hazardous objects and activities, involve them into research training and co-organise post-school seminars on the issues of monitoring.
- To update teaching and learning methods by adapting expertise of EU resource faculty and using them in teaching regular courses at SFU.
SMART Summer Schools
- Summer School "Monitoring and Early Warnings in Biodiversity Governance", July 10-24, 2016
- Summer School "Monitoring and Early Warnings in Water Governance", July 9-23, 2017
- Summer School "Monitoring and Early Warnings in Mountain Social-Ecological Systems", 15-29 July 2018
Summer Course Materials on SFU e-Learning Platform
- Monitoring and Early Warnings in Biodiversity Governance
- Monitoring and Early Warnings in Water Governance
- Monitoring and Early Warnings in Mountain Social-Ecological Systems
Please contact Nina Pakharkova for the guest access details.
- Pakharkova, N., Shkaruba, A. (eds). (2018). Monitoring and Early Warnings in Ecosystems Governance. Siberian Federal University Press, Krasnoyarsk.
- Shkaruba, A. (ed). (2018). Principles of Environmental Policy: Local, European and Global Perspectives. Pskov State University Press, Pskov. (full text)
- 1. Environmental policy: origin, science and knowledge in global and European contexts
- 2. Knowledge and learning in environmental policy context
- 3.Environmental policy analysis for sectoral issues
- 3.1. Coastal Environments — Challenges for Integrated Management in Multi-use Settings
- 3.2. Impacts of climate change on biodiversity and its implications for protected areas management
- 3.3. Urban planning in the context of environmental governance: actors, conflicts, effectiveness
- 3.4. Community Fora as Vehicles of Change? The Hlanganani Forum and Kruger National Park, South Africa
- Photo Report from 2016 Summer School
- Photo Report from 2017 Summer School
- Photo Report from 2018 Summer School
SMART in Media
- Summer School on Biodiversity opens in Siberian Federal University
- Ergaki Nature Park hosted participants of the International Summer School “Monitoring and Early Warnings in Biodiversity Governance”
- On the trail of new knowledge
- Chronicle of the main international events of the Krasnoyarsk Krai, the Republic of Tyva and the Republic of Khakassia - 2016
- Natural Science Faculty Professor took part in the International Summer School “Monitoring and Early Warnings in Water Governance”
- International Summer School “Monitoring and Early Warnings in Mountain Social-Ecological Systems”
- International Summer Schools of Siberian Federal University gathered students from around the world
- An International Summer School started in Stolby Reserve
- From urbanization to microplastic
- Natural Science Faculty Professor took part in the International Summer School “Monitoring and Early Warnings in Mountain Social-Ecological Systems”
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