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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2020-21


ENVS 80.11 Social Ecological Systems: Theory and Methods

The concept of social ecological systems (SES) provides a useful theoretical framework for confronting modern environmental challenges. This course uses the SES model to explore natural resource and conservation challenges across a range of historical, social, and political contexts. Case studies will compare and contrast the Global North and South, with special emphasis on the Upper Valley and sub-Saharan Africa. Through discussions, lectures, field activities and independent projects, students will develop a multidisciplinary skills “toolbox” for SES research.

Instructor

Krivak-Tetley

Distributive and/or World Culture

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