Minor in Environmental Studies - Environmental Conflict and Security INTD 4013   Environmental Conflict and Security
This seminar seeks to unravel the origins of conflict in the Global South. It emphasizes the ecological dimension of conflict, by investigation the intersections between natural resources and political upheaval. We will trace the origins of a diverse set of conflicts evaluating the role the non-human environment plays in triggering upheaval, as well as possible steps to alleviate ongoing conflicts and prevent new ones.
FORMAT: Seminar
PREREQUISITES: INTD 2001.03 and INTD 2002.03 or instructor's permission