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ENVSĀ 330 Situating Environmental Problems and Solutions

Faculty: Environmental Studies Faculty
Content: Advanced analysis of environmental problems and solutions, situating them in time, space, and biophysical/human context to provide greater appreciation for their complexity as well as to help devise successful responses. Development of interdisciplinary conceptual and analytical skills via inclusion and integration of topics including environmental change, biophysical and human drivers, related social movements, and environmental politics and policy. Lectures, regular assignments, individual and team research projects, and field trips.
Prerequisites: ENVS 160. ENVS 220.
Restrictions: Junior standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Environmental Studies

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