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À propos du cours

This course is designed to introduce students to the issues of energy in the 21st century – including food and fuels – which are inseparably linked – and will discuss energy production and utilization from the biology, engineering, economics, climate science, and social science perspectives. This course will cover the current production and utilization of energy, as well as the consequences of this use, examining finite fossil energy reserves, how food and energy are linked, impacts on the environment and climate, and the social and economic impacts of our present energy and food production and use. After the introductory lectures, we will examine the emerging field of sustainable energy, fuel and food production, emphasizing the importance of developing energy efficient and sustainable methods of production, and how these new technologies can contribute to replacing the diminishing supplies of fossil fuels, and reduce the consequences of carbon dioxide release into the environment. This course will also cover the importance of creating a sustainable energy future for all societies including those of the developing world. Lectures will be prepared and delivered by leading UC San Diego and Scripps Institution of Oceanography faculty and industry professionals across these areas of expertise....

Meilleurs avis

28 sept. 2016

Very informative course even for someone with a prior knowledge in a particular segment in renewable energy. Covers diverse energy resources along with economic, and environmental considerations.

30 oct. 2016

Great learning experience! Easy way to get an idea of the work that is being done to better our lives in the future in terms of energy. Very interesting lectures and would highly recommend it.

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par Shivam V

13 juil. 2021


par 80_SMIT P

3 févr. 2021


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16 janv. 2021



29 sept. 2020


par Maitrey A

5 avr. 2020


par Venkatesh p

20 mars 2020


par Devendra Y

23 févr. 2020


par Rohith A

16 avr. 2019


par Refreshing S

15 déc. 2018


par Jonathan K

27 sept. 2021

A good thought provoking course on the different solutions open to humanity as it grapples with its influence on the planet and its resources. Whilst the science and the observations run true, more up to date references could make the course more relevant. Hydrogen is a topic that would certainly add to the debate. Without a doubt all the lecturers are experts in the filed and this definitely came through in the presentations.


20 avr. 2021

The course was lengthy with lot of information.

par 郭逸飞

10 mai 2018

Thanks very much for your contributions!

par Aleks L

22 mai 2019

Slightly outdated and very US-centric.

par Bhanu b

12 oct. 2017

I am proud to do the course Sir


6 déc. 2015

It is an excellent course

par Sudhir N

18 oct. 2016

Truly enriching stuff.

par Ashutosh J

27 janv. 2022

Very informative

par Krishnakant S

1 août 2021

Nice lectures

par Juan C D M

8 déc. 2015

I liked it..


8 juil. 2021


par Xavier C

8 févr. 2018

Good course

par Vanga V R

25 juil. 2021

very good

par pratham k

18 juin 2021


par Nico G

8 mars 2021

Outdated. Compiled in 2012, this course presents an outdated situation of the market. All data shown are from 2012 at the latest. the industry has considerably changed in the last 7 years. Plus most of the companies mentioned in the presentations that were active in the biofuel sector went bust or simply closed which poses the efficiency of all the solutions described during this course.

Some of the lectures are too detailed especially on the scientific side and fail to grab the big picture. Fortunately each lecture is followed by a Q&A from Dr Murphy who seems to be the only one to replace the topics in the general context.

par Marika

19 janv. 2017

A good course, giving a thorough understanding of the various types of renewable energy, their issues and opportunities. I cannot rate the course higher because some of it is so out of date. It really needs to be re-done. The Paris Agreement wasn't mentioned, some of the research is from the early 2000s, many of the lectures are at least 3 years old. This is an area that is changing rapidly, monthly, and this course can't really be seen to be current any more. Particularly the politics section in week 8.