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Curriculum for the Bioregion Course Collection


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Climate Justice and Climate Consequences: Education and Action for Social Justice and Regeneration
Marna Hauk, Faculty, Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies and Postdoctoral Scholar, Prescott College
This graduate climate justice course brings clarity to the structural dimensions of climate change. It is designed around the belief that community-based action and contemplative processes to redress structural ...

Buddhist Environmentalisms
Rachel DeMotts, University of Puget Sound
This course examines the intersections of a Buddhist worldview with environmentalism, broadly understood. It asks what affinities exist between the two, and what the implications of such affinities might be for ...

Ethics and Climate Change
Lauren Nichols, University of Washington-Bothell Campus
This course addresses ethical issues related to climate change such as: Why is climate change an ethical issue? What would constitute a just allocation of the burdens of climate change? In what ways does ...

Introduction to Sustainable Practices
Rebeca Rivera, University of Washington-Bothell Campus
This course looks critically at a diverse arena of ideas, theories and practices around sustainability. We examine these ideas, theories practices as part of larger socio-ecological systems and look at how they fit ...

Writing to Explore Food Systems and Food Justice
Kathleen Byrd, South Puget Sound Community College
This is a theme-based English 101 course that explores our food consumption habits and connects those habits to local and global food systems in order to understand issues of food justice personally, in our local ...

Service Learning and Food Security
Christie Flynn, Pierce College at Fort Steilacoom
Service Learning and Food Security is a two-credit course that uses practical examples, local demographics, and community connections to examine issues of food security. Students connect classroom learning with ...

Conservation and Sustainable Development: an Upper Division Course
Martha Groom, University of Washington-Bothell Campus
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, 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 ...

An Intentional Media Diet
Christina Serkowski, University Prep English Department
It's not just that we are what we eat, it's that we are what we consume. In the same way that the food we eat becomes our bodies, the media to which we pay attention, and the conversations in which we ...

Climate Change: An Elective for the "Natural World" Requirement
Julie Masura, University of Washington-Tacoma Campus
Climate Change is a quarter-long course offered to both science majors and non-majors as a general university requirement elective. The course uses classroom activities to explore evidence of climate change and ...