An introduction to environmental studies from a scientific, policy, and engineering perspective. This course covers human-environment interactions, with a focus on the impacts of human activities on natural systems such as climate, air, water, and species diversity and the ensuing environmental injustice. The course discusses sustainable solutions for how we can build systems that will support billions of humans and the natural world. Fieldwork during lab periods involves the investigation of local environmental problems and solutions. This course is intended for first- and second-year Environmental Science and Environmental Policy majors, but it is open to all students.
Location & Meeting Time
Olin Building-306+ M/W/F 11:45AM-12:50PM LEC