UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2017-2018

Course: SUST 111/L. Understanding Climate Change and Lab (3/1)

Corequisite: SUST 111L. Severe global climate change will have disastrous consequences for Earth’s population. This course will develop the basic science behind the predictions for Earth’s climate, and explain why human activities, primarily the emission of greenhouse gases, is the main driver of global warming. Course topics include the causes of climate change, its impacts, projections for the future, possible mitigation, and economic barriers imposed by the global capitalist system. Laboratory exercises include climate prediction modeling, the use of proxy data, and examination of the impacts of climate change. 3 hours lecture and 3 hours lab/week. Students receive credit for only one course chosen from either SUST 111/L, GEOG 111/L, or SCI 111/L. (Available for General Education, Natural Sciences lecture and laboratory requirements.)

Spring-2018 - Schedule of Classes

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Spring-2018 - Schedule of Classes

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Fall-2017 - Schedule of Classes

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Fall-2017 - Schedule of Classes

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