The course is constituted of 12 sessions of 3 academic units (45 minutes). Each session lasts 2.5 hours, including 2.25 hours of teaching and one fifteen-minute break.
Sessions are normally held on Tuesdays from 2:55pm to 5:25pm. However, there is no class on 22 March and 29 March. Make-up classes will be held on Tuesday 31 May and Tuesday 7 June, same time, same place.
- Knowledge and understanding of international climate change law and politics;
- Critical thinking;
Students need to:
- Prepare for each session by reading or watching the materials provided.
- Be present, listen carefully and participate actively during each session.
- Revise your notes and materials regularly during the semester.
- Write one reaction paper once during the semester.
- Write a take-home mid-term exam (distributed at session 8, to be returned at session 10).
- Write a final examination in the end of the semester.
- Participation (+/-25 %)
- Mini-research paper (50%)
- Take-home mid-term exam (25%)
- Final exam (25%)