May 29, 2024  
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ES 423 - Sustainability and Natural Resources


4 credits
Critically examines sustainability as it has been defined and debated globally and locally, applying the concept to natural resources (e.g., forests and water), places (e.g., universities and communities), and decisions (e.g., governance and markets). Considers the interrelatedness of ecological, social, and economic systems and various efforts to balance their needs through interdisciplinary research, public policies, market mechanisms, global initiatives, and grassroots activism. Prerequisite(s): ES 103  and ES 210 . Junior standing or above, or instructor permission.
Grade mode designated on a CRN basis each term. Students should consult current term schedule.



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