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ENVRES 215A: Topics in International Justice, Rights, and the Environment (HUMRTS 118)

As the effects of environmental change are increasingly felt by people around the globe--whether point-source pollution from factories, livelihood deterioration from overfishing, or exposure to climate change impacts--it is more urgent than ever that we engage critically and creatively with the justice, ethics, and rights implications of these changes. Topics that will be addressed in this survey course include marine justice, climate justice and ethics, environmental racism, social movements, resource degradation, and neoliberal conservation. Through guest lectures, student-led discussions, readings, and creative writing, students will engage with cutting-edge research on these topics. The course offers two enrollment options: a 1-unit seminar-only option that meets once a week, and a 3-unit seminar + discussion option that meets twice a week. The 3-unit option of the course requires instructor approval. Please submit an application by March 17th at 11:59 PM Pacific Time. Application is available at https://tinyurl.com/TIJREapplication.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
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