The Doctor of Philosophy in Environment and Politics at the University of York is a 3-year, interdisciplinary program that combines the theories and practices of environmental science with the study of political systems and ideologies. This cutting-edge program provides students with an in-depth understanding of global environmental governance, energy politics, sustainable development, natural resource management, and related topics. Through laboratory-based courses and research projects, students will gain hands-on experience in data collection and analysis techniques as well as develop their critical thinking skills to assess real-world problems and formulate effective solutions. Graduates of this program are uniquely equipped to pursue careers in climate policy research or take leadership roles in international organisations such as the United Nations or NGOs working on environmental protection. With a strong emphasis on innovation, collaboration, and ethical responsibility, this program provides students with the opportunity to make meaningful contributions towards building a more sustainable future.