Environment and Society

Environmental Studies 101

Usual Description

An interdisciplinary exploration of environmental challenges, causes, solutions and underlying power dynamics. This course provides an introduction to social, economic, and ecological perspectives on relationships between humans and the rest of the natural world. The course emphasizes design options to transition communities towards sustainability and resilience with respect to food, energy and shelter in the face of local and global change. ENVS 101 provides an introduction for non-majors and a foundation for Environmental Studies majors.

Languages Used

English

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Karl Offen or Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Karl Offen or Md Rumi Shammin
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Karl Offen
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Swapna Pathak or Md Rumi Shammin
Environmental Studies 101
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Darrick Evensen or Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Swapna Pathak or John Petersen
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Rumi Shammin
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Michael Maniates
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Michael Maniates or Rumi Shammin
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Michael Maniates or Camille Washington-Ottombre
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Janet Fiskio or Michael Maniates
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Rumi Shammin or Camille Washington-Ottombre
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Janet Fiskio or Camille Washington-Ottombre
Environmental Studies 101
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Janet Fiskio or Rumi Shammin
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by John Petersen or Rumi Shammin
Environmental Studies 101 Taught by Rumi Shammin