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LEADING SUSTAINABLE CHANGE

SUST515

Description

The community dimension of sustainability science sets it apart from historical scientific problem solving. Truly sustainable solutions need to meet economic and cultural acceptability to be implemented politically, and the process of seeking solutions can change community perceptions. Through techniques for understanding the nature of stakeholders and the use of social marketing, sustainability professionals can strongly influence perceptions and behavior. In this course, students will practice research-based stakeholder analysis and social marketing.
Pre Reqs:
College Level : Graduate

Dates

Jan 11, 2021 — Mar 7, 2021

Location

Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $2610