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Climate Solutions: A Learning Community on Climate Science and Human Adaptations
Robert Cole, The Evergreen State College
This program was a full-time (16 credit) learning community that focused on the scientific basis of climate change, and on a variety of strategies that societies could take to respond to climate change.

Bite Me: Consumption in U.S. Society: A Learning Community on the Ethics of Food, Clothing and Shelter Choices
Michael Hanson, Bellevue Community College; Michael Meyer, Bellevue Community College
This is a 10-11 credit interdisciplinary, learning community composed of life science courses and English composition courses. The focus of the course is the ethics of food, clothing and shelter choices. We ...

Consumption, Culture and Environment
Rebeca Rivera, IAS, UWB
This course investigates why we consume the way we do, the environmental and social impacts of consumption, and examine possibilities for change. This course is a holistic and interdisciplinary survey of the study ...

Conservation of Natural Resources: Using the Campus as a Learning Laboratory
Rose McKenney, Pacific Lutheran University
Conservation of Natural Resources: Using the Campus as a Learning Laboratory is a course in which we examine the interactions between humans and the rest of the natural world from an environmental science ...

Environmental Science: Citizen Action in the Global Environment
Claus Svendsen, Department of Environmental Conservation, Skagit Valley College
This special course in environmental science will explore how natural resource management has changed and developed over time. Many different socio-economic groups, institutions and NGOs continue to influence the ...

Natural Hazards Planning
Rebekah Paci-Green, Western Washington University
This interdisciplinary course emphasizes creation of safer human settlements through application of hazard mitigation strategies in community planning, site selection and layout, infrastructure design, and building ...

Conservation and Sustainable Development: an Upper Division Course
Martha Groom, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, University of Washington Bothell
This course examines how protection of human welfare and biodiversity are intertwined, but often are not pursued as joint goals. The course introduces essential concepts in biodiversity conservation and ...

Environment and Society: Science & Values
Daniel Sherman, Environmental Policy & Decision Making University of PUget Sound
The course uses approaches from the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities to introduce the ways in which human social, political, economic, and cultural systems interact with systems in the non-human ...

Sustainable World
Becky Ball, Arizona State University at the West Campus
Sustainable World introduces students to the field of sustainability and explores the fundamental question of how human and natural systems interact. Sustainable World focuses more on how the environment functions, ...

Its Not Easy Being Green
Laura Rademacher, University of the Pacific
This course will address the real-life challenges of environmental sustainability through examination of the scientific, socio-economic, and political factors that govern sustainability in complex systems. ...


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