Development-Oriented Mission of South Tehran IAU

Monday, December 31, 2018 - 15:17

The effect of increasing renewable energy production on gross domestic product (GDP) and the emissions of carbon dioxide in sustainable development and economic indicators, raise the needs for energy studies.

"Azad Payash Plan", referring to an Effective Unified Research Network, aims at being pioneer in one of the most important challenges of the country in order to solve the problem and improve the situation, in this regard, IAU branches’ Scientific Program Committee has begun its activity in various branches.

Sustainable development is a phrase we hear thrown around from time to time in order to underline our ideal vision of the future – rid of all the problems that the inhabitants of the Earth tackle today. Applying elites and modern patterns are two main factors to face the sustainable development challenges. The subject of using non-renewable resources is critical when considering the concept of sustainable development, as a process of meeting the current generation’s needs.

Energy and the way we use it needs to be efficient, sustainable and whenever possible, renewable. As the world engine, energy is considered as the most critical issues in the sustainable development system. Non-renewable resources are the main source of supplying energy in Iran, therefore, long-term planning and energy management, as the means to controlling and reducing energy consumption, is essential.

A rapid increase of greenhouse gases emissions, the necessity of planning appropriate policies and the need to achieve high economic growth in developing countries could attract countries’ attentions toward renewable resources. The effect of increasing renewable resources on GDP and carbon dioxide (CO2) emission in sustainable development and economic indicators could lead to the more and more energy studies.

Islamic Azad University, South Tehran branch is considered as the main source of energy studies and responsible for carrying out researches in the field of energy and material. This university tries to create links among various majors, especially humanities and engineering courses in order to make evolution in facing challenges.

Energy is at the heart of many of these Sustainable Development Goals, from expanding access to electricity, to improving clean cooking fuels, from reducing wasteful energy subsidies to curbing deadly air pollution that each year prematurely kills millions around the world.

Energy Loss and fundamental problems in exploring, extracting and mineral conversion from technical and economic point of view are the main challenges of this university. Various subjects in the field of energy including renewable energy, electricity, energy released from oil and gas, nuclear energy and solid fuels, also the field of energy and material contains mining and mineral industries, polymer and nano chemistry and oil and gas products in this university.

There is an urgent need for action on all fronts, especially on renewables and energy efficiency, which are key for delivering goals, energy access, climate mitigation and lower air pollution.


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