Feb 20, 2019  
College Catalog 2012-2013 
    
College Catalog 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ENVI 232 - People, Agriculture and the Environment

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This course introduces you to the study of human-environment interactions from a geographic perspective, with a special emphasis on the role of humans in changing the face of the earth and how, in turn, this changing environment influences humans. The course will examine environmental issues in a variety of geographic contexts (developed and developing countries) and the connections between environmental problems in different locations. Students will explore the fundamentals of environmental science, economics, cultural and political ecology, as well as a number of sectoral issues related to human population growth, agriculture, water resources, biodiversity, forest resources, energy use, climate change, and environmental health. Fall semester. (4 Credits)