SUST 2001W Urban Sustainability Theory
3 hours lecture, 1 hour conference, 4 credits
Interdisciplinary intellectual history and contemporary questions, debates, and theories surrounding urban sustainability. Theoretical contributions from natural sciences, economics, and sociology to understanding the human-nature interface in urban environments; analysis and synthesis of primary texts and policy documents. This course is not open to students who have taken ECON 3251, EESC 1501 or SOCY 3201. Writing-intensive course.
Prerequisites: SUST 1001, ECON 2251, EESC 1500 or SOCY 2202; EESC 1201; SOCY 2201; and ECON 2200.
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