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Robert P. Stevens, P.E., DEE
This two-hour online course provides basic information on the chemicals considered to be Green House Gases, the source of these emissions, relative emission quantities from all sectors, and how these estimates are developed. Green House Gases and Global Warming are issues regularly discussed in the news and important factors in the US economy.
The student will become familiar with the sources of Green House Gas emissions and the relative quantity from these sources in the US. The student also will become aware of the US inventory methods. The information in this course will assist the student in assessing how and why Green House Gases are important for the engineer.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz that was designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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