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Energy, Climate Change, and Finance
- FEMBA 298D (Welch, with Bradford Cornell) is a new 5-week half-credit course, meeting Sat 2pm-5pm, Feb8 to Mar7.
- Many updated files. Please consult..
- Click Here for the tentative syllabus, always updated live. A nicer-to-print version frozen on Feb 8 is at co2-syllabus-feb8.pdf.
- New information on climate change and power technologies is coming out daily. Class readings and scheduling may be updated all the way to the start of the course.
- Expect things to go wrong. We have never taught this course before. We are teaching this course not because we are necessarily experts in the climate-related aspects, but because we believe climate change (and potential remedies) are the most important questions of our time. We need to learn how/if it can be tackled.
- The course is open to graduate students at Anderson, and (depending on seating space) the Law School and other schools.
Anderson MFE 404
Helping less privileged.
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