UN2330: Science for Sustainable Development | R. Defries, J. Mutter

Earth and Environmental Sciences
Undergraduate Lecture
Tu Th 2:40-3:55PM

Provides an introduction to natural science approaches essential to understanding central issues of sustainable development. Topics may include climate, ecology/agriculture/biodiversity, energy, natural disasters, population dynamics, public health, and water resources. Treatment includes background, methods, and applications from selected settings throughout the world. Taught by specialists in a number of fields.

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