Oct 20, 2019  
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ENV 2151 - Sustainability

Credits: 4
Sustainability in its simplest form is the continuation of a process.  When proposed for human and natural systems, sustainability aims to meet the needs of the present while considering the needs of the future.  To achieve this vision sustainability requires navigating many of the social and environmental challenges faced in our contemporary era.  Within this course we will explore these challenges alongside the myriad of opportunities available to develop new solutions and scalae-up those solutions already available. To achieve these course goals, this class combines interactive lectures, discussions, and
individual and team-based assignments that examine sustainability globally, locally, and personally.

 
McDaniel Plan: Social, Cultural and Historical and International Western



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