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PSUS 6224 : Sustainable Energy for Cities and the Environment
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Professional Studies Urban Sustainability (PSUS)
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CCMP-GC: Climate Change Management and Policy
SUP-MPS: Sustainable Urban Planning
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College of Professional Studies (CPS)
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Sustainable Energy for Cities and the Environment
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Resource management and renewable energy technologies. Vulnerabilities of existing urban structures, particularly the energy grid. Implications of and solutions to energy-related problems likely to arise in present and future cities.
Identify and explain innovative resource management and renewable energy technologies Describe vulnerabilities of existing urban structures. Propose solutions energy-related problems likely to arise in cities of the present and future cities. Develop policy-based solutions for addressing energy-related problems in cities.
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