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国际课程:食物-能源-水耦合评估的方法与视角
发布时间: 2016-12-09  
December 26-29, 2016, Beijing, China
Teaching Building 9. Room 501
Hosted by
    School of Environment, Beijing Normal University
    State Key Joint Laboratory of Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control
    Beijing Engineering Research Center for Watershed Environmental Restoration & Integrated Ecological Regulation

Dr. Biagio F. Giannetti has a PhD in Science by the University of São Paulo. At the University Paulista, Biagio is a researcher at the Graduate Program in Production Engineering and leader of the research line Cleaner Production and Industrial Ecology. Founder of the International Workshop on Advances in Cleaner Production (http://www.advancesincleanerproduction.net) and Co-founder of the Paulista Roundtable Cleaner Production. It has, among books, articles and conferences over 200 works dealing with Production and the Environment. Associate Editor of the Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management, belongs to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Cleaner Production and is Guest Editor of the New Science Publisher. Integrates Global Standardization Committee of Global Footprint Network. He is also a member of the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable (USA), International Society for the Advancement of Emergy Research and the Center for Environmental Studies of the Commercial Association of São Paulo.

Teaching Locations

Dec. 26  Monday
12月26日 星期一
9:00-11:30 am Teaching Building 2  203
教二  203
Dec. 27  Tuesday
 12月27日 星期二
9:00-11:30 am Teaching Building 2  212
教二  212
Dec. 28  Wednesday
12月28日 星期三
9:00-11:30 am Teaching Building 2  203
教二  203
Dec. 29  Thursday
12月29日 星期四
9:00-11:30 am Teaching Building 2  214
教二  214
Dec. 30  Friday
12月30日 星期五
10:00-11:40 am Teaching Building 4  305
教四  305

Course Description

With the growth of the world‘s population, the efficient provision of food, energy, and water (FEW) has become a pressing challenge for sustainability. This challenge comes from not only the increasing demand for FEW resources due to increased population, but also the complex interdependence of the food, energy, and water systems. Policy and technological solutions addressing the urban FEW challenge needs to be assessed through the lens of FEW nexus to (1) identify co-benefits that a single policy or technology can simultaneously improve the efficiency of multiple systems, and (2) avoid unintended consequences that desired changes in one system lead to undesired changes in other systems. In this project, we aim to develop an integrated-systems modeling framework understanding FEW nexus to promote the efficient utilization of FEW resources. Through case studies, we will demonstrate the integrated systems modeling framework by (1) characterizing the FEW flow networks, (2) examining the structure of the integrated network of FEW flow networks, and (3) developing and evaluating policy and technology scenarios with stakeholder inputs to identify co-benefit opportunities without unintended consequences. The stakeholder inputs will be evaluated trough social indicators (such as happiness index and employment). The education plan involves creating research opportunities for students, developing a course module, and disseminating research results through a variety of channels.

Contact information

Dr. Gengyuan Liu
School of Environment
Beijing Normal University
Email: liugengyuan@bnu.edu.cn

 
 

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