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MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development

global challenges, engineering solutions

Studying at Cambridge

 

2005-06

Title Description
2005-06
Emmanuel Bekoe Investigation of Ecological footprinting as a measure of sustainability: its application to educational institutions
Justin Bishop A technical feasibility study of the adoption of photovoltaics by a remote suburban community
Jennifer Bitting A Methodology and Evaluation Tool for Comparing Post-construction Storm Water Best Management Practises
Katie Chan Drivers and Barriers of Low-Carbon Technological Innovations in the European Iron and Steel Sector
Olivia Chassais Intestinal parasites in Bangladesh
Jonathan Cullen Technologies for the Reuse of Printed Paper in the Office
Jonathan Di Muro Analysis of the effects of US and EU environmental policy on Mobile source pollution
Jeremy Douglas Sustainable Options for Diversion of Waste from Landfill in Durban, South Africa
Jason Hayman Attracting investment in electricity generation technologies: Strategies for improving the competitiveness of the marine energy sector
Kirsten Henson Can development aid be effective in achieving sustainable outcomes?
Francis Kemausuor Comparative Study of Waste Management Strategies in Cambridgeshire and Kumasi
Simon Lamb Sustainable Assessment Techniques for UK Highway infrastructure
Fat Kee Leung For Sang Assessing the Use of Bamboo for Low-Cost Housing
Saima Aziz Mirza Sustainable rainforest management in Malaysia
Abdul Mudassir Sustainability Assessment of Resource Recovery Parks for Post Mining Regeneration of Cornwall, UK
Catherine Mulligan The Impact of Telecommunications
Mayoma Onwochei (ne Ekeruche) Stand by solar power for domestic and small business use in Nigeria: a case study of Warri, Delta State
Andrew Parker An analysis of the relationship between post-earthquake relief and development in central Asia, focusing on water and sanitation
Caroline Roques (nee Bicocchi) Decentralised Wastewater Treatment to Meet the Requirements of Rapid Development Areas