Environmental Technology is a key strategic theme at Cranfield. We have been contributing to the green economy for over 40 years with deep expertise in environmental governance and sustainability, natural resource management, agriculture and land management, energy and the environment, environmental engineering for the treatment of water, wastes and contaminated soils and environmental health and food.
Studying at Cranfield
The University offers a vibrant, applied programme of accredited postgraduate courses to suit a range of professionals studying full or part-time across the fields of environmental science, engineering, technology, business and policy.
Studying at Cranfield means working intimately with our partners in industry, Government or the NGO sector. We provide real-world expertise and prepare our students for the challenges of working in an exciting, growing, globally relevant and intellectually challenging sector. For researchers, we share our expertise internally through our Environment Doctoral Research Centre, the focus of support to our postgraduate research community.
Research and consultancy for business in Environmental Technology
Our environmental technology research is practical, business and policy-focused, and delivered with an intent of impact for our clients and research partners.We delight in seeing our research used in practice, and conduct internationally renowned research into novel wastewater treatment, carbon loss from soils, utility infrastructures, food security and quality, risks from nanomaterials and indoor chemicals and on adaptation to climate change, among current themes. We price our work competitively with a view to offering best value for money, matching resources to need. Access to Government research funds, or joint industry collaboration where appropriate means we can often offer superb leverage on projects.
Economics for Natural Resource and Environmental Management
Environmental Data Science
Environmental Management for Business
Environment and Public Policy
Environmental Risk Management
Geographical Information Management
Integrated Landscape Ecology
Land Reclamation and Restoration
Waste and Resource Management