CRP 3840

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2014-2015.

For the first time in history, a majority of human beings live in cities. As a result, any realistic solution to the global ecological crisis will need to include strategies for urban life that are ecologically sound. This course examines the history and future of urban ecology and the technology and politics that shape it. Alternative transportation, renewable energy, urban design, recycling and resource management, and sustainable economics are explored as means toward transforming cities to become the basis of a new, ecological society. Open to both graduate and undergraduate students. Graduate students have additional research requirements.

When Offered Spring.

Comments Co-meets with CRP 5840.

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Combined with: CRP 5840