Resource Management and Renewable Resources University of Bordeaux
> This course will present an introduction to the management ofresources (mining, fossil, renewable), especially their production,conversion and disposal/recycling, in order to increase studentawareness on the strategic and industrial issues dealing with thechoices of chemicals and raw materials, depending on theirgeographical origin, wealth of resources, and economic andenvironmental impact resulting from gathering, transformation, anduse.> A second component of the course will focus upon the assets anddrawbacks of renewable resources versus fossil resources, uponbio(macro)molecules of interest, and upon impact evaluation ofchemical transformation processes in light of both resourcemanagement, as described in the first part of the course, and processenvironmental impact based on the 12 principles of Green Chemistry.
- ongoing assesment - oral presentation
This course will achieve the following: - Introductory knowledge to resource management (mining, fossil,renewable), - Introductory knowledge of bioresources andbio(macro)molecules of interest - Green Chemistry, especially the 12principles of Green Chemistry, - Knowledge of relevance of a processto Green Chemistry principles, - Increase student awareness on thecorrelation of a given material with its history, from extraction(origin, scarcity), processing (industrial and environmental impact),use, to final disposal (industrial and environmental impact).
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