Disciplina Discipline AGM5832
Mudanças Climáticas e suas Interdisciplinaridades

Climate Change and Interdisciplinarity

Área de Concentração: 14133

Concentration area: 14133

Criação: 05/05/2021

Creation: 05/05/2021

Ativação: 05/05/2021

Activation: 05/05/2021

Nr. de Créditos: 4

Credits: 4

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Duração Duration Total Total
30 0 0 2 semanas 2 weeks 60 horas 60 hours

Docentes Responsáveis:

Professors:

Arlindo Philippi Junior

Paulo Eduardo Artaxo Netto

Tercio Ambrizzi

Objetivos:

• Desenvolver conhecimentos gerais e interdisciplinares sobre aspectos relacionados às Mudanças Climáticas e suas implicações no clima passado, presente e futuro; • Promover a internacionalização da universidade, oferecendo a disciplina no idioma inglês na ocasião de estudantes estrangeiros matriculados.

Objectives:

• To develop general and interdisciplinary knowledge on aspects related to climate change and its implications for past, present and future climate; • To promote the internationalization of the university by offering the course in English if there are foreign students enrolled.

Justificativa:

A disciplina proposta se adéqua ao programa de Meteorologia da USP uma vez que sua temática principal aborda aspectos sobre Mudanças Climáticas. A disciplina envolverá docentes da USP ligados ao Núcleo de Apoio à Pesquisa em Mudanças Climáticas (NapMC – INCLINE), cujo principal objetivo é promover a interdisciplinaridade das diversas áreas de pesquisa científica relacionadas às Mudanças Climáticas.

Rationale:

The proposed course fits on the Meteorology Graduate Program of University of São Paulo (USP) since its main theme addresses Climate Change issues. The course will involve USP professors connected to the INterdisciplinary CLimate INvestigation cEnter (INCLINE). The main objective of INCLINE is to promote the interdisciplinary of the various areas of scientific research related to climate change.

Conteúdo:

Módulo 1: Balanço de energia na atmosfera Neste módulo serão abordados os seguintes tópicos: • Fluxo de energia no sistema climático terrestre. • Papel de gases de efeito estufa na regulação da temperatura. • Papel dos aerossóis e nuvens no balanço de radiação terrestre. • Alterações antrópicas da concentração de gases de efeito estufa. • Alterações antrópicas da distribuição de nuvens e de aerossóis. Módulo 2: Paleoclimatologia Neste módulo serão apresentados os principais métodos analíticos e arquivos geológicos utilizados em pesquisas paleoclimáticas e paleoceanográficas nas seguintes escalas de tempo: orbital (dezenas de milhares de anos), milenar e multidecadal. Estes tópicos serão apresentados com base em estudos feitos por pesquisadores do INCLINE, além de outros colhidos na literatura. Módulo 3: Economia das Mudanças Climáticas Programa resumido: Manhã – Valoração Ambiental e Análise de Custo-Benefício 1. Qual o valor do meio ambiente? 2. Por que a valoração ambiental é importante? 3. Economia das Mudanças Climáticas 4. Teoria Econômica e Meio Ambiente 5. Valoração Ambiental: abordagens e controvérsias 6. Métodos de Valoração: preferencias declaradas a. Valoração Contingente b. Escolha Experimental c. Valor Estatístico da Vida 7. Métodos de Valoração: preferencias reveladas a. Modelo de Preços Hedônicos b. Modelo Custo Viagem c. Preço de Mercado d. Função de Resposta à Dose 8. Outros Métodos de Valoração Ambiental a. Custo de reposição b. Custo evitado c. Análise de equilíbrio geral, insumo-produto, métodos econométricos 9. Análise de Custo-Benefício e Custo Efetividade Tarde – Economia das Mudanças Climáticas 1. Introdução: Mudanças Climáticas 2. Economia das Mudanças Climáticas 3. Modelo de avaliação integrado a. Desconto b. População e projeções do PIB 4. Mitigação a. Alternativas b. Custo da Mitigação c. Tratados climáticos 5. Economia da Adaptação Módulo 4: Introdução à oceanografia descritiva de importância para as mudanças e variabilidade do clima 1. Distribuição das Principais Massas de Água do oceano Terrestre 1.1 Características de Massas de Água e Diagrama T-S 1.2 Origem das massas de Água 1.3 Estratificação do Oceano Atlântico 2. Circulação Geral dos Oceanos 2.1 - Modelos homogêneos das correntes forçadas pelo vento 2.2 - A Circulação Abissal 2.3 - Circulação Termohalina Global e a Célula de Revolvimento Meridional 3. O Oceano e o Clima 3.1 - O Balanço Radiativo terrestre 3.2 - O Transporte Meridional de Calor pelo Oceano 3.3 - A Importância do Atlântico Sul 3.4 - Impactos do Aquecimento Global no Ecossistema Marinho Módulo 5: Poluição Atmosférica e Clima Este módulo irá tratar do transporte de poluentes atmosféricos e seus impactos locais e regionais. São discutidas as fontes, processos físico químicos atmosféricos e remoção de poluentes. Será dada ênfase à descrição da formação de aerossóis atmosféricos e seu papel na atmosfera do ponto de vista do balanço radiativo. Interação da química atmosférica e clima. Módulo 6: Recursos Hídricos e Clima 1. Introdução e escopo da aula 2. Ciclo hidrológico e processos na bacia hidrográfica 3. Estimativas das componentes hidrológicas 4. Efeitos das mudanças climáticas no ciclo hidrológico superficial 5. Estudos de caso no Brasil 6. Exemplo de balanço hídrico sob mudanças: Sistema Cantareira 7. Estratégias de adaptação dos recursos hídricos sob mudanças do clima 8. Síntese, conclusões e recomendações Módulo 7: Biometeorologia humana 1. Definição e classificação da Biometeorologia 2. Descrição da Biometeorologia Humana 3. Conforto térmico 4. Clima e Raças 5. Efeitos das variáveis ambientais na saúde humana Módulo 8: Sustentabilidade, políticas públicas e interdisciplinaridades 1. Abertura: Interdisciplinaridade na definição de planos, programas e projetos de políticas públicas para questões climáticas. 2. Serviços ecossistêmicos e proteção de áreas verdes. 3. Questões climáticas no planejamento urbano e resiliência. 4. Mudanças climáticas e intempéries. 5. Territórios em intempérie e enfrentamentos. 6. Debates e encaminhamentos. Módulo 9: Governança Ambiental e Mudanças Climáticas Globais - dimensões conceituais Um dos temas mais pertinentes ao debate ambiental contemporâneo é o da governança, que compreende a gestão integrada de programas e políticas públicas, superando o caráter setorial predominante. A abordagem de governança implica em novo formato na atuação do governo, a primazia das relações horizontais de interdependência entre um variado conjunto de atores e redes de atores públicos, privados e não governamentais e um terceiro aspecto pautado que destaca que as interações dentro das redes incluem cooperação, delegação e competição. O conceito de governança fortalece as instâncias do setor público mais próximas da escala local decisória, e isto implica na inclusão de novos atores, instituições e estruturas no processo decisório. De certa forma, promove uma participação concertada entre vários representantes da sociedade civil na condução política e tomada decisória, em oposição à tradicional perspectiva top-down da administração centralizada. O foco da atividade será centrado nas Mudanças Climáticas em suas dimensões locais, nacionais e globais.

Content:

Module 1: Energy balance in the atmosphere This module will cover the following topics: • Energy flow in the terrestrial climate system. • Role of greenhouse gases in temperature regulation. • Role of aerosols and clouds in the balance of terrestrial radiation. • Anthropogenic changes in the concentration of greenhouse gases. • Anthropic changes in the distribution of clouds and aerosols. Module 2: Paleoclimatology This module will present the main analytical methods and geological archives used in paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic research in the following time scales: orbital (tens of thousands of years), millennial and multidecadal. These topics will be presented based on studies conducted by INCLINE researchers, in addition to others sourced from the literature. Module 3: Economics of Climate Change Programa resumido: Morning – Environmental Valuation and Cost-Benefit Analysis 1. What is the value of the environment? 2. Why is environmental valuation important? 3. Economics of Climate Change 4. Economic Theory and Environment 5. Environmental Valuation: approaches and controversies 6. Valuation Methods: declared preferences a. Contingent Valuation b. Experimental Choice c. Statistical Value of Life 7. Valuation Methods: revealed preferences a. Hedonic Pricing Model b. Travel Cost Model c. Market price d. Dose Response Function 8. Other Environmental Valuation Methods a. Replacement cost b. Avoided cost c. General equilibrium analysis, input-output, econometric methods 9. Cost Benefit and Cost Effectiveness Analysis Afternoon – Economics of Climate Change 1. Introduction, Climate Change 2. Economics of Climate Change 3. Integrated Assessment Model a. Discounting b. Population and GDP Projections 4. Mitigation a. Alternatives b. Cost of Mitigation c. Climate Treaties 5. Economics of Adaptation Module 4: Introduction to descriptive oceanography, of importance for Climate Change and variability 1. Distribution of the main bodies of water in the terrestrial ocean 1.1 Water body characteristics and T-S diagram 1.2 Origin of water bodies 1.3 Stratification of the Atlantic Ocean 2. General Circulation of the Oceans 2.1 - Homogeneous models of currents forced by the wind 2.2 - The Abyssal Circulation 2.3 - Global Thermohaline Circulation and the Southern Revolving Cell 3. The Ocean and the Climate 3.1 - The terrestrial radiative balance 3.2 - Southern heat transport across the ocean 3.3 - The importance of the South Atlantic 3.4 - Impacts of global warming on the marine ecosystem Module 5: Air Pollution and Climate This module will discuss the transport of air pollutants and their local and regional impacts. The sources, atmospheric physico-chemical processes and removal of pollutants are discussed. Emphasis will be given to the description of the formation of atmospheric aerosols and their role in the atmosphere from the point of view of the radioactive balance. Interaction of atmospheric chemistry and climate. Module 6: Water resources and climate 1. Introduction and scope of the module 2. Hydrological cycle and processes in the watershed 3. Estimates of hydrological components 4. Effects of Climate Change on the surface hydrological cycle 5. Case studies in Brazil 6. Example of water balance under changes: Cantareira System 7. Strategies for adapting water resources to Climate Change 8. Summary, conclusions and recommendations Module 7: Human biometeorology 1. Definition and classification of Biometeorology 2. Description of Human Biometeorology 3. Thermal comfort 4. Climate and Races 5. Effects of environmental variables on human health Module 8: Sustainability, public policies and interdisciplinarity 1. Introduction: Interdisciplinarity in the definition of public policy plans, programs and projects for climate issues. 2. Ecosystem services and protection of green areas. 3. Climate issues in urban planning and resilience. 4. Climate Change and severe weather. 5. Territories in severe weather and facing mechanisms. 6. Debates. Module 9: Environmental Governance and Global Climate Change - conceptual dimensions One of the most pertinent themes to the contemporary environmental debate is that of governance, which comprises the integrated management of programs and public policies, overcoming the predominant sectorial character. The governance approach implies a new format in the government's performance, the primacy of horizontal interdependent relationships between a varied set of actors and networks of public, private and non- governmental actors and a third guided aspect that highlights that interactions within networks include cooperation, delegation and competition. The concept of governance strengthens the public sector instances closer to the local decision-making scale, and this implies the inclusion of new actors, institutions and structures in the decision-making process. In a way, it promotes concerted participation among various representatives of civil society in political conduct and decision-making, as opposed to the traditional top-down perspective of centralized administration. The focus of the activity will be centered on Climate Change in its local, national and global dimensions.

Forma de Avaliação:

Listas de exercícios, seminários e provas de avaliação.

Type of Assessment:

Lists of exercises, seminars and evaluation exams.

Observação:

A disciplina será oferecida em inglês caso exista ao menos um aluno estrangeiro matriculado.

Notes/Remarks:

The course will be offered in English if there is at least one foreign student enrolled.

Bibliografia:

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Estudos Avançados, 34 (99) 2020, p. 141-156. • BURSZTYN, M.A.; BURSZTYN, M. Fundamentos de Política e Gestão Ambiental. Caminhos para a sustentabilidade. Rio de Janeiro: Garamond, 2012. 612p. • CARBONE, A. S.; COUTINHO, S. M. V.; FERNANDES, V.; PHILIPPI JR., A. Serviços ecossistêmicos no planejamento integrado do território metropolitano: oferta, demanda e pressões sobre a provisão de água na Região Metropolitana de Curitiba. Revista Brasileira de Ciências Ambientais, v. 55, n. 3, 2020. • CORTESE, T.T.P. Mudanças climáticas. In: PHILIPPI JR, A.; PASSOS DE FREITAS, V.; SPÍNOLA, A.L.S. (Eds.). Direito Ambiental e Sustentabilidade. 1ed.São Paulo: Editora Manole, 2016, v. 18, p. 107-124. • DUARTE, C. G.; MALHEIROS, T. F. Avaliação de Sustentabilidade e Gestão Ambiental. In: • PHILIPPI JR, A.; ROMERO, M.A.; BRUNA, G.C. (Eds.). Curso de Gestão Ambiental. 2ed. Barueri, SP: Manole, 2014, p.883-902. • IDS et al (2020). Pacto Federativo: Municípios para a Agenda 2030. Seminários 1 a 5. Disponível em: [http://idsbrasil.org/multimidia/167/]. Acesso em 16/03/2021. • PHILIPPI JR, A.; BRUNA, CG (Org.). Gestão Urbana e Sustentabilidade. Barueri, SP: Manole, 2018. • PHILIPPI JR, A; BRUNA, GC. Política e Gestão Ambiental. In: PHILIPPI JR, A.; ROMERO, M.A.; BRUNA, G.C. (Eds.). Curso de Gestão Ambiental. 2ed. Barueri, SP: Manole, 2014, p.707-765. • PHILIPPI JR, A et all. Histórico e evolução do sistema de gestão ambiental no Brasil. In: PHILIPPI JR, A.; ROMERO, M.A.; BRUNA, G.C. (Eds.). Curso de Gestão Ambiental. 2ed. Barueri, SP: Manole, 2014, p.19-49. • PHILIPPI JR, A; FERNANDES, V.; PACHECO, R. Ensino, Pesquisa e Inovação: Desenvolvendo a Interdisciplinaridade. 1ed. Barueri, SP: Manole, 2017. • PHILIPPI JR, A.; FERNANDES, V. Práticas da Interdisciplinaridade no Ensino e Pesquisa. Barueri,SP: Manole, 2014. 808p. • PHILIPPI JR, A.; SILVA NETO, A.J. Interdisciplinaridade em ciência, tecnologia & inovação. Barueri, SP: Manole, 2011. 820p. • SOTTO, D.; PHILIPPI JR, A.; YIGITCANLAR, T.; KAMRUZZAMAN, MD. Aligning Urban Policy with Climate Action in the Global South: Are Brazilian Cities Considering Climate Emergency in Local Planning Practice? Energies, v. 12, p. 3418, 2019. 3. • SOTTO, D.; RIBEIRO, D.; ABIKO, A.; SAMPAIO, C.; NAVAS, C.; MARINS, K.; SOBRAL, M.C.; PHILIPPI JR., A.; BUCKERIDGE, M. Sustentabilidade urbana: dimensões conceituais e instrumentos legais de implementação. ESTUDOS AVANÇADOS (ONLINE), v. 33, p. 61-80, 2019. Module 9: Environmental Governance and Global Climate Change - conceptual dimensions • Biermann, F., & Pattberg, P. (2008). Global Environmental Governance: Taking Stock, Moving Forward. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 33(1), 277–294. • Chapter 1: Climate justice: the urgent research agenda(s) Paul G. Harris. A Research Agenda for Climate Justice Elgar Research Agendas Edited by Paul G. Harris. 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Raúl García Barrios e Nancy Merary Jiménez Martínez. Revista IHU Online, 2020. http://www.ihu.unisinos.br/78-noticias/601014-antropoceno-ou-capitaloceno • Nem leigos nem peritos: o semeador e as mudanças climáticas no Brasil. Pedro Henrique Campello Torres, Pedro Roberto Jacobi, Ana Lia Leonel. Revista Política & Sociedade, 2020. • Sorria, estamos no Antropoceno. Georgia Moutella Jordão. Revista Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente, 2020. • A successful climate plan must also tackle the housing crisis This article is more than 10 months old Daniel Aldana Cohen. 1 Oct. 2019. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/oct/01/a-successfulclimate-plan-must-also-tackle-the-housing-crisis

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