A comprehensive theoretical and practical understanding of mankind’s relationship with the environment.
The course explores:
Environmental problems pertaining to human resource demands, air and water pollution, land-use, water, energy, toxic substances, and common pool resources.
Roles of national and state governments, scientists, corporations, and citizens groups in addressing environmental problems.
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