2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

ECO 333 Sustainability: Preserving the Earth as Human Habitat

3 hours 

A sustainable society meets the needs of the present without diminishing the ability of future generations to enjoy the present standard of living. In this course students study how the interactions of economic, political, social and environmental forces challenge the sustainability of global society. Students learn to analyze and critique diverse theoretical perspectives on sustainability. Topics include access to resources, climate change, biodiversity, environmental justice, the illegal economy and the transboundary nature of sustainability issues.




ENG 201, ECO 101 or ECO 120 or ECO 125, and junior standing or above