Inscrições de 8 a 10/08: Disciplina EM INGLÊS "Environmental governance and policies for sustainable metropolitan governance in the context of climate change" na UFABC
O curso faz parte do projeto tematico "MacroAmb - Governança Ambiental da Macrometrópole Paulista".
As inscrições de alunos especiais para disciplinas do 3º quadrimestre de 2018 ocorrerão de 8 a 10 de agosto. Os créditos poderão ser convalidados no Procam.
En caso de dúvidas entrar em contato com Ruth Ramos, responsável pela organização na UFABC: firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental governance and policies for sustainable metropolitan governance in the context of climate change
UFABC – Graduate Programs in Territorial Management and Planning; and in Public Policies
Urban-regional transformation and state re-scaling: The city region and Macrometropolis as emerging scale. Urban, metropolitan and regional governance: institutional arrangements and interinstitutional cooperation processes. Democracy and the political in urban-regional planning and governance. Integrated sustainability approaches. Governance, planning and environmental policies: climate change and environmental risks; environmental sanitation (solid waste, water, sewage, drainage); ecosystem services; energy.
Transformações urbano-regionais e o reescalonamento do Estado. A macrometrópole e cidade região como escala emergente. Governança urbana, metropolitana e regional: arranjos institucionais e processos de articulação. Democracia e política no planejamento e governança urbano-regional. Abordagens integradas de sustentabilidade. Governança, planejamento e políticas ambientais: mudanças climáticas e riscos ambientais, saneamento ambiental (resíduos sólidos, água e esgoto, drenagem), serviços ecossistêmicos, energia.
First Saturday (22/09):
- Course Introduction (Klaus Frey/Jutta Gutberlet/Pedro Jacobi)
- Globalisation, regional governance, and state-rescaling: city, city-region, Macrometropolis (Jeroen Klink)
- São Paulo Macrometropolis: a region/territory in transformation (Luciana Travassos & Pedro Torres)
Second Saturday (06/10):
- Multilevel and polycentric governance, governability, governmentality (Klaus Frey & Jutta Gutberlet)
- Democracy and politics in planning and governance (Klaus Frey)
- Analytical approaches for analysing [environmental] governance (Klaus Frey)
Third Saturday (20/10):
- Integrative sustainability approaches for understanding the macro metropolitan challenge: ecosystems, nexus, interdisciplinarity, intersectoriality; ecological footprint (Leandro Luiz Giatti e Vanessa Empinotti)
- Environmental governance and Environmental policies/challenges (Jutta Gutberlet & Pedro Jacobi)
- Climate change: a transversal challenge for the Macrometropolis (Pedro Jacobi)
Fourth Saturday (10/11):
- Environmental policies/challenges I: Urbanisation, climate and atmospheric changes in the São Paulo Macrometropolis (Edmilson D. Freitas)
- Environmental policies/challenges II: Ecosystem services (Paulo Sinisgalli/Alexander Turra)
- Environmental policies/challenges III: adaptation, resilience and risks (Pedro Jacobi & Pedro Torres)
Fifth Saturday (24/11)
- Environmental policies/challenges IV: Water, sewage, drainage (Vanessa Empinotti & Pedro Jacobi)
- Environmental policies/challenges V: Solid waste (Jutta Gutberlet)
- Environmental policies/challenges VI: Energy (Célio Bermann)
Sixth Saturday (01/12; ou 08/12) (Klaus Frey, Jutta Gutberlet, Pedro Jacobi – and everybody who wants to join us!)
- Student presentations of basic structure for course/research papers
- Contribution of the course for the research project “Environmental Governance of the ABC Macrometropolis in view of climate variability”
- Future challenges
Proposal for basic didactic concept:
- Three blocks:
- theoretical fundamentals – traditional lectures by Professors including discussions (at least one obligatory article for each topic; two complementary articles) – first 3 Saturdays.
- Morning: traditional lectures + discussions (1 hora/topic); Afternoon: Student’s presentations related to the topics presented in the morning (each topic, one hour, including discussion) (at least one obligatory article related to the morning presentation; two complementary articles as central references for the students’ seminars); can be single students or groups of students, depending on number of students matriculated.
- Presentation of final papers and final exchange of ideas about publication possibilities/strategies and relevance of the course for the Macrometropolis Project.
- Students’ course/research paper: Taking the two papers previously selected as the basis, the papers should consider the literature of block I, analysing the relevance of the theoretical discussions for the specific environmental policy/challenge selected, and reflecting about the specific relevance of the topic for the São Paulo Macrometropolis.