ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Course ID: PZI-SE>EIZŚ
Course title: ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Semester: 2 / Spring
ECTS: 4
Lectures/Classes: 15 / 30 hours
Field of study: Production Engineering and Management
Study cycle: 1st cycle
Type of course: compulsory
Prerequisites: None
Contact person: Dr Katarzyna Szopka katarzyna.szopka@upwr.edu.pl
Short description: Introduction to basic environmental problems, environmental politics, environmental management, monitoring of environmental quality, technologies of environmental protection and financing of environmental protection in Poland and EU.
Full description: Basic environmental problems in Poland and the world related to water, air and soil quality. Natural resources management. Waste management. Water and wastewater management. The system of environmental management and protection in Poland, including basic legal regulations. Procedures of Environmental Impact Assessment. National system of environmental monitoring in Poland.
Bibliography: 1. Botkin and Keller „Environmental science”, edition 6, 2007. 2. Donald K. Anton, Dinah L. Shelton „Environmental protection anh human righs”, Cambridge University Press, 2011. 3. Thomas Dietz and Paul C. Stern, Editors „New tools for environmental protection”, Education, Information, and Voluntary Measures, 2002.
Learning outcomes: Learning outcomes In terms of knowledge: 1. Student has knowledge in ecology and environmental management necessary for environmental protection at any technological activity. Student has knowledge on the rules of sustainable development. In terms of skills: 1. Student interprets and applies the legal regulations to solve the main environmental problems related to technological activity. 2. Student foresees the ecological and environmental aspects at decision planning and technological activities. In terms of social competences: 1. Student understands the responsibility for technological activities that influence on the quality of natural environment and human health.
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: Grade obtained at classes (50%) + grade obtained at lectures (50%)

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