GGS 307: Geographic Approaches for Sustainable Development

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Credits: 3

Sustainability lies at the intersection of the environment, society, and economics. This course explores the concepts of sustainable development at different geographical scales (local, national and international). We examine the applications, indicators, measurement tools of sustainable development for analysis and decision making in support of environmentally sustainable development from a geographic perspective. Case studies and problem-solving exercises will be used to stimulate learning and provide practical experience in addressing sustainable development issues. Limited to three attempts.
Specialized Designation: Green Leaf Focused Course
Recommended Prerequisite: GGS 102 or GGS 121 or GGS 122 or permission of instructor.
Schedule Type: Lecture

1 Section Currently Scheduled for Fall 2020

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