ENVS 308 - Biodiversity and Human Futures
Semester Offered: First Semester
Credits (Range): 1 Hour
Attribute: 1 EX
New Course Added 05.22.08.
The preservation and restoration of life-support provided by biodiversity is a central challenge facing civilization. This course considers eight major environmental issues —pollution, species preservation, agriculture, local living, population, economics, climate change, and education—through the lens of biodiversity and life support. The course aims to foster new perspective by exploring the interrelatedness of all human activities. Students will write one page reflection papers on each topic in preparation for weekly class meetings.
Instructor: C. McDaniel
Prerequisites & Notes
ENVS 101, Bio120 (now 102) and at least one upper level course in either ENVS or BIO
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