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Environmental Solutions

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Description

The causes of modern environmental problems are complex and multi-faceted. As our understanding of this complexity has grown, societies have begun to explore solutions beyond the traditional government regulatory approaches. This class focuses on understanding the complex causes of environmental problems and the full range of non-regulatory approaches to improving the environment. By focusing on understanding the causes and contexts of environmental problems along with innovative environmental solutions, the class aims to provide students an understanding of under what conditions various environmental solutions are appropriate and should be applied.

When / Where:

T@10:55 am to 1:55 pm: Blake 131

Credits:

3

Prerequisite:

None

Course Syllabus



Course Professors

    Spring 2017

  1. Shwom, Rachael
  2. Spring 2016

  3. Shwom, Rachael
  4. Spring 2015

  5. Shwom, Rachael
  6. Spring 2014

  7. Shwom, Rachael
  8. Spring 2013

  9. Shwom, Rachael
 
  1. Rutgers
  2. New Brunswick
Department of Human Ecology