Catalog Details

AN 3110 - Cultural Ecology
Credits: 3
Examines culture as a human adaptation to nature, with attention to how societies around the world succeed or fail to live sustainably. Explores human-nature interactions in non-Western contexts, such as present-day traditional societies in developing countries and industrialized nations. Case studies investigate the role of culture in creating and solving environmetal programs including population pressure, biodiversity loss, and climate change. Springs.

*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.