The course engages with Sustainable Devel-opment Goals (SDGs), particularly the implications of SDG 16 (“Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions”) and SDG 17 (“Partnerships for the Goals”) for international development actors.
Upon completion of this course students should:
Have substantial knowledge of the main issues, trends and problems of traditional and critical approaches to security.
Be able to apply theoretical ideas to empirical case studies.
Be able to developed well-articulated arguments concerning central questions of security studies.
Have practiced and improved the ability to present, write and discuss academic topics in English.
This course is meant for students and professionals in the field of water and natural resources with very basic information about GIS and it is functionalities.
After successful completion of the course students should be able to: understand, describe and compare major technologies for solar energy use: solar thermal and photovoltaic systems analyse various system components and their interconnections within a solar energy system. critically appraise and assess various technologies for solar energy use and components involved in such solar systems. […]