This online course explores diverse ideas of sustainability. Historians, architects, biologists, archaeologists and political scientists guide you through complex questions related to food production, indigenous-settler relations, land use, energy, resource allocation, water and urbanization. Learn through engaging videos, and online discussions.
At the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Decide to become more involved in sustainability in some way;
- Value the importance of many diverse voices at the table in this field of study;
- Have learned about their own pre-existing sustainability values;
- Effect personal change about sustainability issues.
Target Audience: Prospective SUST students in high school, Dalhousie employees, friends and family of students and alumni, and lifelong learners.
Course is offered by Dalhousie University.