|Course title||Global warming and post-expo Milan!|
|Institution||Politecnico di Milano|
|Minimum year of study||3rd year|
|Minimum level of English||Fair|
|Minimum level of French||None|
|Professor responsible||Carlo Barrese (firstname.lastname@example.org); Arian Heidari Afshari (email@example.com)|
|Participating professors||Carlo Barrese (firstname.lastname@example.org); Arian Heidari Afshari (email@example.com)|
|Number of places||Minimum: 10, Maximum: 20, Reserved for local students:|
Every catastrophe could be also considered positively as an opportunity, to learn from, enjoy its anticipation and live through if the society is ready for. Today, it is inevitable that every city around the world has to face directly or indirectly the 21st century impact of global warming. Milan maybe may not seem to be in the front line, yet, it has all potentials to become one of the frontiers of resilience.
The course will analyze the main parameters of global warming and Milan case reactions and anticipations, in both public and institutional levels. As all collective and individual decisions and actions, fashionable or modest count, Milan case will be explored from diverse and cross disciplinary point of views. The course will criticize in specific the evolution of post-expo 2015 Milan toward resilience scenarios.
The student will work on a short research essay to be agreed with the professor. The subject will be related to post-expo 2015 Milan response to global warming, with a specific focus on daily routines. It will include research and images. The evaluation will consider the layout quality of the research work.
The student will conceptualize a critical reflection and the hypothesis of target group(s). The steps of investigation and documentation on will be planned in advance with the professor. The student will represent, through graphic work, the outcomes of the research essay. Graphic quality will be considered in the evaluation of the work.
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