Geography 204 - Human Dimensions of Environmental Change

Human Dimens/Environ Change

Dinko Hanaan Dinko

MW 11:30AM-12:45PM

Mount Holyoke College
Clapp Laboratory 413
Using regional case studies from across the world, this course examines some of the causes and consequences of human-induced environmental changes. The course explores the fundamental relationships and processes involved in human-environmental interactions; the various impacts that humans have had over time upon soils, water, flora, fauna, landforms, and the atmosphere; and possible alternative development strategies that could create a balance between human needs and environmental sustainability
Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.