Environment, Society, and Resilience
(3.0 credit hours)
ENVS/IDS/GEOG-3010 Environment, Society, and Resilience: (3.0 credit hours) The course will help students analyze principles of sustainability, resilience and complexity associated with energy, matter and ecosystem functioning, within the context of social values, human technology and politics. The course seeks to equip students to assess socio-ecological issues including water management, climate change adaptation, agriculture, fisheries, forestry, and extractive industries from an interdisciplinary perspective. Prerequisite: 30 credit hours of university-level study.
- Instructor: Kenton Lobe