CAST 3130: Climate Justice and the Caribbean
3 hours, 3 credits
Introduction to the physical and environmental characteristics of the Caribbean and the issues challenging these settings and concepts. Survey of theories of climate justice emerging from these concerns. Focus on the relationship of Caribbean history and development to the regional issues, policies and practices that impact the environment. Study of contemporary environmental justice initiatives. Students may take this course for credit once. This course is the same as ANTH 3145, AFST 3350 and PRLS 3130.
Prerequisite: Sophomore, Junior or Senior Standing
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