Electricity and the Environment

Alberta School of Business

Alberta School of Business

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About the course

Explore the mate­r­i­al rela­tion­ship between elec­tric­i­ty gen­er­a­tion and the nat­ur­al envi­ron­ment. Learn about the role of car­bon diox­ide in rela­tion to the green­house effect and the impacts of dif­fer­ent elec­tric­i­ty gen­er­a­tion forms on emis­sions. Dis­cuss top­ics such as albe­do effect and ener­gy reflec­tion, cli­mate change feed­back loops, cli­mate pol­i­cy frame­works, Canada's per­for­mance rel­a­tive to Paris tar­gets, and future trajectories.

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Gabriel John

Gabriel John is a professional agrologist with extensive experience in program design and implementation in the areas of climate change, emissions management, clean energy, and emerging technologies. His government and academic work in the past decade has focused on developing strategic policies ...

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Electricity and the Environment at Alberta School of Business

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