J298 Clash: Contested Terrain, Conflicting Interests : Telling Environmental Stories that Matter

For this course, think of potential stories in the broadest sense—embracing all of the ways that humankind interacts with the natural world, including but not limited to ecosystem preservation, alteration, degradation, and restoration; urbanization and industrialization; climate change; genetic engineering; agriculture, resource extraction, the use of public lands, air and water pollution; overpopulation, extinction, the subjugation of other species; waste generation, disposal, and conversion; energy production and distribution; along with the effects any of these might have on human health, community vitality, and social justice.



Time:  Th 2:00 - 5:00

Location:  209 North Gate (Greenhouse)

Class Number:  16503

Section:  4

Units:  3

Length:  15 weeks

Course Material Fee:  None

Enroll Limit:  12

Restrictions & Prerequisites