UNDERSTANDING DIVERSITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
In this course, students develop a critical vocabulary around issues of diversity, sustainability, and the environment. Students learn about the ways people from different backgrounds, whether racial, age, gender, socioeconomic, are treated and affected differently by environmental problems. Finally, students develop ideas about how to make real-world environmental changes that include every stakeholder’s voice, especially voices from communities that have otherwise been subordinated, silenced, and marginalized.
Jul 13, 2020 — Aug 16, 2020
For credit cost: $1410