ESM 297 week 1

ESM 297 week 1 - ESM 297 Renewable Energy Law and Policy...

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    ESM 297 Renewable Energy Law and Policy Tam Hunt Energy Program Director/Attorney Community Environmental Council
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    Required Books • Renewable Energy Policy, Paul Komor • Seeing the Light, David Morris • Renewable Energy, Godfrey Boyle
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    Course Expectations • Grades: – 67% final paper • 4,500-10,000 words • Topic due week 4 • Draft due week 7 • Final due week 10 • Groups are preferred (up to 3 people) – 33% attendance and discussion • 4 pts each class attendance and 1 pt for participation in  class – Total points: 150, 100 points paper, 50 points other
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    The Twin Crises • Peak oil • Climate change
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    Peak Oil Potentially HUGE crisis  facing us  Everyone agrees oil is a  finite resource (well,  almost everyone) The question is when will  the peak occur?  Some say we may already  be there – or will be there  in the next few years Others say it won’t be for  another couple of decades Either way, we need to  start planning today!
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 297 taught by Professor Hunt during the Summer '07 term at UCSB.

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ESM 297 week 1 - ESM 297 Renewable Energy Law and Policy...

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