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Inovação, Sustentabilidade e Transições (1 º Sem 2018/2019)

Código: 03115
Acrónimo: 03115
Nível: 3º Ciclo
Estruturante: Não
Língua(s) de Ensino: Português
Língua(s) amigável(is):
Ser English-friendly ou qualquer outra língua-friendly, significa que a UC é leccionada numa língua mas que se pode verificar qualquer uma das seguintes condições:
1. Existem materiais de apoio em língua inglesa/outra língua;
2. Existem exercícios, testes e exames em língua inglesa/outra língua;
3. Existe a possibilidade de se apresentar trabalhos escritos ou orais em língua inglesa/outra língua.
1 6.0 0.0 h/sem 20.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 1.0 h/sem 21.0 h/sem 129.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 150.0 h/sem
Em vigor desde o ano letivo 2016/2017
Pré-requisitos Microeconomia de nível intermédio

Objectivos Pretende-se dotar os alunos de conhecimento de nível avançado de contribuições teóricas e aplicadas sobre a temática das relações da inovação tecnológica e da sustentabilidade ambiental e das vias de transição para um paradigma económico ambientalmente sustentável.
Programa P1. A economia da inovação tecnológica e sua relação com a problemática da sustentabilidade;
P2. Contributos da inovação tecnológica para a sustentabilidade: uma avaliação crítica;
P3. Crescimento sustentável e sistema produtivo;
P4. A problemática das transições para a sustentabilidade;
P5. Os grandes sistemas sociotécnicos da energia e da mobilidade;
P6. Cidades, urbanismo e ambiente;
P7. Modos de vida, padrões de consumo e participação;
P8. Casos empíricos de sustentabilidade.
Processo de avaliação A avaliação incidirá sobre um ensaio a elaborar individualmente (100%; apresentação oral e ensaio escrito). O tema do ensaio e a metodologia a adotar deverão estar em consonância com o conteúdo do Programa.
Dada a natureza da avaliação escolhida pela unidade curricular, não existe segunda época.
Processo de ensino-aprendizagem As aulas da UC são essencialmente expositivas, seguidas de debate e participação dos alunos.
Serão ainda prosseguidas metodologias de ensino-aprendizagem (MEA) ativas através da realização do ensaio individual, para além de auto-estudo relacionado com o próprio trabalho autónomo do aluno.
Assim:
MEA1. Aulas expositivas.
MEA2. Realização e apresentação do ensaio individual.
MEA3. Autoestudo, relacionado com o trabalho autónomo do aluno.
Observações -
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