Course number: ENSC 0232
Course length: 44 hrs
Course credits: 3 credits
This course introduces students to the evolution of environmental philosophy and policy and the challenges faced by resource use, stewardship and ecosystem management. Relationships between humans and the environment will be investigated in order to understand the complex interactions, duties, legal obligations and responsibilities of government agencies, local communities and land claim agreements. This course also examines ecological integrity, management policy and enforcement issues in protected natural environments, such as national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, marine conservation areas and cultural reserves, relative to various management and development pressures in the North.
- In Person
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