GEO 499 / ENV 499 na, npdf
Environmental Change, Poverty, and Conflict
We will evaluate the environmental, political, social, and economic impacts of climate change on development, poverty-reduction, civil violence, and conflict. Students work in teams integrating climate prediction models with environmental, social, and economic parameters to identify fragile populations that are becoming increasingly at risk due to climate change. Class results submitted for publication and presented to appropriate policy-makers and/or business leaders.
No text. All material and data sets are on electronic reserve and a special class website. Readings include scientific articles, government publications, United Nations documents, World Bank reports, and excerpts from selected books. Each week students distribute their results to the class and identify tasks for the following week.
Papers - 50%
Class/Precept Participation - 50%
Not Open to Freshmen.
This course does not count toward your GEO requirements.
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