We can’t do this alone.
If we want to make real, lasting change, everyone is going to have to do their part. Whether it’s through education, community involvement, or grassroots efforts, there are plenty of ways to help. The most important thing anyone can do is to remain aware.
- ENVS 120 Living in the Anthropocene
- This course introduces the study of environmental science through major overarching hot-button research topics. Within these topics we will discuss earth science, ecology, policy, resilience, and sustainability with an interdisciplinary approach. The influence of human activities on the environment will be discussed and debated through analysis of past and current events and case studies.
- ENVS 330 Climatology
- The science of climatology studies the physical properties of the earth’s atmosphere and how they conspire to produce the observed climates of the present and the deduced climates of the past.
- ENVS 331 Earth Systems Science
- This course covers how the atmosphere, oceans and land work together to produce the characteristics of the planet, how this synergy has changed in the past, and how human activity affects the system.