L82 EnSt 310 Ecological Economics

This course is designed to give students an appropriately advanced understanding of the fundamental assumptions, the conceptual novelties, and the distinctive tools of analysis that comprise the emerging discipline of ecological economics. Often the value of tools is best illustrated through use, so the course also aims to acquaint students with how the conceptual frame of Ecological Economics offers a distinctive approach to some of the most pressing problems our culture faces — problems that have their origin in our perpetual-growth economy which now strains against (and in many places has far transgressed) environmental limits to growth.

Credit 3 units. A&S: SS A&S IQ: SSC Arch: SSC Art: SSC BU: BA EN: S


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Environmental Studies

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Geographic Information Systems

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...course. Same as L82 EnSt 481 Credit 3...View Sections U90 GIS 310 GIS Programming This...