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|PLAN 31589 - Environment and Sustainability Planning|
This course offers a broad understanding of sustainability and environmental factors in planning from a local to global perspective. It explores environmental, economic, and social/political factors that contribute to sustainable communities, and investigates the role of planning processes in the creation of sustainable futures. The course examines planning’s implications on individual and community health within the built environment. Course materials also discuss key issues in equity, diversity, and social justice that emphasize the planner's role in expanding choice and opportunity for all.
3.000 Credit hours
Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture
Geography, Plng & Sustainablty Department
Grad Catalog Course, Graduate Lvl crses 500 and up, Min. grade C required to pass