ENV 275 Environmental Science

Examines the interaction of humans with their environment. Basic ecological concepts underlying environmental science are integrated with historical, economic, ethical, and sociological concepts and applied to current and future environmental challenges. A case-study approach is emphasized. Topics covered include biodiversity, global climate change, population growth, energy use, pollution, environmental policy, resource management, and sustainable development.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in BIO 115 or ENV 150 or ENV 165 or PHYS 115

Offered

Fall, odd years

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