Jan 29, 2023  
Fall 2021 Catalog 
    
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NRES 443 - Sustainable Social-Ecological Systems


Description:
Examine the energy challenges facing communities in different regions of the U.S. in this field-based course. Utilize a systems approach to assess these challenges within the complex social-ecological systems in which they are embedded. Employ a transdisciplinary approach to problem solving by integrating knowledge and perspectives from different disciplines and a diverse array of stakeholders; creating new shared knowledge and perspectives; formulating strategies to alter current undesirable trajectories in these social-ecological systems; and creating more sustainable futures for these systems. Available for graduate credit as NRES 643 .

Prerequisites:
NRES 341  or Instructor Consent

Typically Offered on the Main Campus:
Occasionally

3 cr.



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