Traditionally, energy consumption have been used as a variable (along with others) helping to evaluate the development of countries. Today this view is changing from the perspective of sustainability: the satisfaction of current needs can not commit the resources of future generations.
Among the Millennium Development Goals it is in seventh place: Ensuring access the safe, sustainable and affordable modern energy for all. The development cooperation projects and carries out actions in order to achieve this and other goals.
This subject explores and deepens in these fields, not only from an altruistic vision but considering the business opportunity that represents for companies wishing to enter new markets using a social license.
1. Modifications to the contents
There is not
All the methodologies are maintained except for the round table, which will not be carried out if it cannot be done through a virtual platform. Even so, it could be maintained in the event that it is feasible to carry it out remotely.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
By email, Moodle or TEAMS, usually once a week. And in an extraordinary way at the request of the students at any time within the unoccupied workday of the teacher.
4. Modifications in the evaluation
There are no changes in the evaluation, except that if round tables are not made, their qualification will be reassigned to the other methodologies.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
There is not.
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