Minor in Environmental Studies - Environment and Development INTD 3114   Environment and Development
This seminar investigates the intersections between environmental science and development studies. Our primary focus will be to understand how the non-human environment impacts and constrains development interventions, both in the past and the present. The course is organized into three distinct sections. The first focuses on informal lectures mixed in with discussion and interactive forums, including debates and small group exercises. The second component of the course revolves around student presentations, while the final component consists of a simulated negotiation.
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PREREQUISITES: INTD 2001.03 and INTD 2002.03 or instructor's permission