Transport and sustainability
Math, Science and Engineering
No. of Attendant
Acquired Skills/Covered Subjects
- outline the energy and environmental impacts of transport activities, and their importance
- identify the key points of relevant legislation and targets relating to vehicle emissions
- describe the low-carbon fuels and vehicle technologies that are becoming available to reduce emissions
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The OpenLearn team originate, commission and develop content that unites faculty and University priorities with areas of topical and general interest. This is in support of our own student population in their academic, skills and career and personal development (CPD) endeavours, delivering quality assets openly available for teaching and learning.
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Some of OL academic-led content includes:
This free course, Transport and sustainability, explores the issues around sustainable transport and how the role of technology and society can interact to lower the overall impact of transport.
Natural Resources for Sustainable Development in the Middle East and North Africa