Following introduction, this course focuses on air pollution, global warming, noise and other elements of the environment which city/transport planning should cover. Theoretical issues such as externality and public goods as well as practical concerns such as EIA are also discussed.
The objective is to understand mechanism of and possible policy measures for environmental issues in city/transport planning sector.
Urban planning, Transport planning, Environment, Climate change
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||General perspective on environmental issues in city/transport planning||Overviewing general perspective on environmental issues in city/transport planning|
|Class 2||History of city/transport planning and the environment||Reviewing history of city/transport planning and the environment|
|Class 3||Mechanism of air pollution||Understanding mechanism of air pollution|
|Class 4||Measures for air pollution||Reviewing measure for air pollution|
|Class 5||Impact of climate change||Understanding impact of climate change|
|Class 6||Measure for climate change||Reviewing measure for climate change|
|Class 7||Noise and other pollution||Understanding noise and other pollution|
|Class 8||Basics of environmental economics||Understanding basics of environmental economics|
The 1st report on power train and air pollution, and the 2nd report on noise, climate change and environmental economics