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Неделя
1
Часов на завершение
2 ч. на завершение

Introduction

Welcome to the course! This first module aims at introducing you to the main topic of the MOOC and to the teaching staff that you will be seeing throughout the whole course. Before you start with the first lessons we encourage you to have a look at our introductory materials and to introduce yourself in the forum in order to meet your classmates. ...
Reading
3 видео ((всего 17 мин.)), 8 материалов для самостоятельного изучения
Video3 видео
Introduction to SDGs: Dr. Janez Potočnik2мин
Introduction to UNEP International Resource Panel: Dr. Patrice Christmann4мин
Reading8 материала для самостоятельного изучения
Meet the Instructor & the Team5мин
Welcome to Leiden University5мин
Complete our short survey10мин
Tips for studying online10мин
Being successful in an international virtual learning environment10мин
Behaving in an academic way10мин
The World Bank: The 2017 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals30мин
The Lazy Person's Guide to Saving the World20мин
Часов на завершение
4 ч. на завершение

Metals in Society

In Week 1, you will be introduced to the world of metals. What are they, what are their properties, what are they used for and how essential are they? We will address the difference between major and minor metals. Major metals are used in large basic applications such as buildings, cars, pipes, cables, bridges, trains and airplanes. Minor metals that are used mostly in all kinds of electronics and in new technologies, for example for wind and solar energy. The amounts used are much smaller. The minor metals have more attention in the news, because of problems with the supply from international trade, and are subject to criticality assessments. The major metals, on the other hand, are even more important, although less in the centre of attention. Without them, society would fall apart. In this course, we will focus mostly on those major metals. We also introduce the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. These SDGs are agreed on by all nations that are part of the UN, and outline goals for the future of the global society. They include goals on economic development, social development, health and the environment and form a powerful framework to judge developments in resource use, including metal use. ...
Reading
7 видео ((всего 34 мин.)), 2 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 1 тест
Video7 видео
The Periodic Table of Elements3мин
Insights from the Life-Cycle of Metals by Prof. dr. Thomas E. Graedel5мин
Life-Cycles of Selected Metals (Part 1)5мин
Life-Cycles of Selected Metals (Part 2)7мин
Metals in the 20th Century9мин
Summary of Metals in Society59
Reading2 материала для самостоятельного изучения
Life-Cycle Impact of Rare Earth Elements30мин
Suggested Readings and Materials30мин
Quiz1 практическое упражнение
Test your knowledge20мин
Неделя
2
Часов на завершение
8 ч. на завершение

Metals Challenge

In week 2, the metals challenge is outlined. Metals are indispensable for society, but they are also associated with environmental impacts, especially related to climate change. The challenge is defined as how can we provide society with sufficient metals, now and in the future, without compromising environmental quality? An important part of the challenge is caused by the rapidly rising demand for metals. Over the 20th century demand has risen steeply, and this is expected to continue over the next decades. In this week, we will teach the issues around metal supply, scarcity and criticality, and environmental impacts to sketch the magnitude of the metals challenge. We also will meet the apparent contradiction between some of the SDGs: we need metals to develop societies and build up the infrastructure, on the other hand, we also need to reduce environmental impacts that will only increase if we don’t do anything about it....
Reading
12 видео ((всего 103 мин.)), 4 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 1 тест
Video12 видео
Future Demand and Supply9мин
Scarcity and Depletion2мин
Impacts of Metal Use11мин
Criticality of Metals24мин
Summary of Metals Challenge53
Energy for Metals3мин
Metals for Energy7мин
Criticality of Metals by Thomas E. Graedel (Part 1)8мин
Criticality of Metals by Thomas E. Graedel (Part 2)12мин
Criticality of Metals by Thomas E. Graedel (Part 3)11мин
Future Demand and Supply (Additional Material)7мин
Reading4 материала для самостоятельного изучения
Environmental Risks and Challenges of Anthropogenic Metals Flows and Cycles: International Resource Panel's Report
Criticality of Metals40мин
Environmental Impacts of Rare Earth Mining and Separation Based on Eudialyte: A New European Way30мин
Suggested Readings and Materials30мин
Quiz1 практическое упражнение
Test your knowledge20мин
Неделя
3
Часов на завершение
5 ч. на завершение

Dynamics of Metal Systems

Week 3 and all subsequent weeks focus on solving the metals challenge. Obviously, we need to make changes in the metals system to reach a more sustainable situation and reconcile the different Sustainable Development Goals. When considering changes, it is important first to understand the system. We will be discussing stocks and flows of metals in society and see how they interact. In society, we do not just obey the laws of justice and economics, but also the laws of nature. It is important to realise that when contemplating solutions for the metals challenge. This week will be rather theoretical but will provide important information for the coming weeks....
Reading
5 видео ((всего 24 мин.)), 3 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 1 тест
Video5 видео
Stocks of Metal in Society by Thomas E. Graedel3мин
Distinguishing between Stocks and Flows by Thomas E. Graedel3мин
Stock Dynamics and Modelling13мин
Summary of Dynamics of Metal Systems1мин
Reading3 материала для самостоятельного изучения
Metal Stocks in Society: The International Resource Panel's Report
Urban Mines of Copper: Size and Potential for Recycling in the EU30мин
Suggested Readings and Materials40мин
Quiz1 практическое упражнение
Test your knowledge20мин
Неделя
4
Часов на завершение
7 ч. на завершение

Solutions to the Metals Challenge

Week 4 is rather packed with lectures on the different options to solve the metals challenge. You will meet experts from all over the world, who will lecture on materials and product design-for-environment and design-for-recycling, on the possibilities and also the barriers for remanufacturing, and on recycling as the last, but maybe most important resort to keep the metals in use. All these options aim at keeping up the stock-in-use of metals in society, while at the same time reducing the need to mine new metals. They all have their own strengths and limitations and can be regarded as pieces of the large puzzle aiming at solving the metals challenge, or in other words, reconciling the different SDGs....
Reading
11 видео ((всего 85 мин.)), 3 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 1 тест
Video11 видео
Possible Solutions5мин
Recycling Rates for Metals by Thomas E. Graedel9мин
Materials Design for Recycling by Erik Offerman (Part 1)10мин
Materials Design for Recycling by Erik Offerman (Part 2)12мин
Product Design by Conny Bakker5мин
Remanufacturing15мин
Summary of Solutions to the Metals Challenge1мин
Product-centric Recycling to Increase Recycling Rates by Markus Reuter (Part 1)10мин
Product-centric Recycling to Increase Recycling Rates by Markus Reuter (Part 2)13мин
Elements, materials, products, elements. Animation by Ruben Huele20
Reading3 материала для самостоятельного изучения
Recycling Rates of Metals: The International Resource Panel's Report
Metal Recycling: The International Resource Panel's Report
Suggested Readings and Materials30мин
Quiz1 практическое упражнение
Test your knowledge20мин

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