ENSC 2100 - Global Environmental Sustainability (3)
Prerequisites: One introductory level course in science and math. Concurrent enrollment is acceptable. Sophomore standing for EEGS majors or a consent from instructor. This course provides in-depth reviews of representative environmental issues around the globe that have caused catastrophic consequences to the local ecosystems and human health and how individual events ended up causing global issues. This course also presents various types of remediation technologies that have been made available and commercially used to slow down, halt, or even reverse the course of each event affecting local, regional, and/or global economies. Finally this course discusses conservation aspect of sustainability that individuals and local municipalities can practice without leaving environmental footprints.
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