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Spring 2016 Syllabus for E S -D001.-63Z
E S -D001.-63Z - Pat Cornely
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Call Number: 30360
Term: Winter 2013
4 units
An introductory study of environmental issues, their underlying causes and potential solutions from an interdisciplinary perspective, considering history, culture, philosophy and ethics, law and regulation, politics, economics, and management practices. Topics include current environmental issues related to nature/wildlife preservation, natural resource use and conservation, pollution control and prevention, and energy use and climate change. Students learn how their personal and career choices and actions can protect nature, preserve natural resources, prevent pollution, reduce energy demands and decrease climate change impacts for the benefit of current and future generations. (One field trip may be required outside of class time.)
Instructor Information: Pat Cornely

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Last Updated: 1/27/16