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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2022-23

ENVS 67 Political Ecology

Political ecology is an approach to human-environment relations that links a broad understanding of biophysical systems (e.g., tropical forests, coastal ecosystems, river basins) to knowledge regarding the political and economic forces that drive ecological change. Drawing on examples from North America, Southeast Asia, Africa and other regions, this course employs a political ecology framework to examine contemporary debates over urbanization, water resources, the role of science in environmental conflicts and the cultural landscape.



Cross Listed Courses

GEOG 47.01


ENVS 3 or GEOG 1 or permission of instructor

Degree Requirement Attributes

Dist:INT or SOC

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  • Fall