Climate Change, Energy, and the Environment

PUB PLC X 461

Interested in the relationships between energy, climate, and the environment? This class offers an in-depth exploration of this interrelationship, focusing on how energy solutions address climate change politically.

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Winter
Summer
Online
Starting at $715.00
As few as 11 weeks
4.0

What you can learn.

  • Understand the causes, sources, and impacts of climate change
  • Study existing and proposed efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution
  • Analyze energy supply and demand
  • Explore future opportunities for cleaner sources of energy
  • Assess how governments, communities, and labor groups impact future efforts to reduce emissions

About this course:

The course provides a better understanding of how future energy solutions—both power and transportation—address climate change and environmental protection from a policy standpoint. Instructors broadly discuss climate change, including greenhouse gas emissions, their impacts, and policy actions to reduce such impacts. The course also briefly discusses interrelationships among greenhouse gases, environmental quality, public health, energy security, and long-term sustainability. Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to better analyze, plan, and advise on future actions in response to new and evolving federal, state, and local programs and policies in this area.

Winter 2022 Schedule

Date & Time
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This section has no set meeting times.
Future Offering (Opens November 01, 2021 12:00:00 AM)
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Instructor: Therese Zarlengo
383602
Fee:
$715.00
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Notes

Elective course in Sustainability Certificate. Required course in Environmental Studies Certificate. 36 hours of CM credit for AICP certified planners.

Enrollment limited. Visitors not permitted. Enrollment deadline: Jan. 7. Internet access required.

Refund Deadline
No refunds after January 07, 2022
Course Requirements
Book: The Science and Politics of Global Climate Change, A Guide to the Debate by Andrew E. Dessler and Edward A. Parson

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Speak to a program representative. Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm.

This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…

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