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Requirement for Erasmus Students

 
EXAMINATION
 
ORAL EXAMFOR THE ERASMUS STUDENS IN WINTER 2014:

- ___ OF DEC, 2012 FROM 09.00 AM - LECTURER'S ROOM
- ___ OF JAN, 2013 FROM 14.00 PM - LECTURER'S ROOM
    
 
 
2014 WINTER
Subject: ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS for Erasmus and FAO students
Lecturer: Csaba Fogarassy PhD.

Assistant: Sandor Zsarnoczai PhD associate professor
Place: 3 th floor in the new building, Room 303
Time:  on every week Tuesday 13.30 - 15.00     
 
SUBJECT REQUIREMENTS: 
Written examination – essay (10 pages) - end of the course
Oral presentation – in conjunction with the essay checking 

MAIN TOPICS:  Sustainable food and feed production Global carbon and water footprint Internalisation of external cost, – environmental solutions, models  Distortions of the internalisation of environmental externalities Questions of the emissions of carbon dioxid Act of the international carbon-dioxide balance agreement in the greenhouse effect solution Energy crops production (bio-oil crops, bio-ethanol crops, biogas crops) Renewable energy source utilization (solar, wind, geoheating, water) Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001, EMAS) Integrated Quality Management Systems (GAP, eurepGAP) in the environmental protection Direct and indirect regulation of the environmental protection (charges, taxes, norms etc.) Questions of the communal waste transport and waste recycling in the EU The management and disposal of hazardous waste you can chose other topics as well after cross-cheking!  
Basic literatureS:
Environmental Economics - Volume 1. The Essentials - Environmental Literacy Council, London, www.enviroliteracy.org, 2007 More literatures: www.fogarassy.hu/
 
 

Additional document for papers (Home assigment)!


Subject: ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS


  
ITEMS TO WRITTEN EXAM: 
Written examination – essay end of the course
Oral presentation – in conjunction with the essay checking 
MAIN TOPICS: 
ð     Internalisation of external cost, – environmental solutions, models
ð     Distortions of the internalisation of environmental externalities
ð     Questions of the emissions of carbon dioxid
ð     Act of the international carbon-dioxide balance agreement in the greenhouse effect solution
ð     Energy crops production (bio-oil crops, bio-ethanol crops, biogas crops)
ð     Renewable energy source utilization (solar, wind, geoheating, water)
ð     Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001, EMAS)
ð     Integrated Quality Management Systems (GAP, eurepGAP) in the environmental protection
ð     Direct and indirect regulation of the environmental protection (charges, taxes, norms etc.)
ð     Questions of the communal waste transport and waste recycling in the EU
ð     The management and disposal of hazardous waste
you can chose other topics as well after cross-cheking!

Basic literatureS:
Environmental Economics - Volume 1. The Essentials - Environmental Literacy Council, London, www.enviroliteracy.org, 2007

Booklet:
Fogarassy, Cs.: Selected environmental economic affairs Gödöllő, SZIE ARGI: Department of Agricultural Politics, 2004 

Consultation time: on every week

Next consultation time: every thusday afternoon from 15.00
Topic: Introduction to environmental economics
Date / Time