- Demonstrate an understanding of comprehensive systemic analysis across both physical
and behavioral dimensions involving society, the environment, and the economy.
- Define sustainability and assess the ways that sustainability topics are approached
by a diversity of academic disciplines.
- Identify how globalized processes impact socioecological systems.
- Analyze the role of environmental sustainability in the promotion of comprehensive
justice and equity.
- Apply critical thinking skills to provide sustainable solutions and build resilient
- Utilize the appropriate methodological tools to analyze and address specific research
- Articulate a comprehensive world view that integrates diverse approaches to sustainability.
- Understand the basic theoretical concepts and methodologies of both the physical and
- Learn how to solve large-scale problems using a multitude of tools and approaches.
- Understand the basic sustainability concepts of homeostasis, carrying-capacity, cradle-to-grave
recycling, evolutionary processes, inter-generational debt, socio-political adaptation,
climate change, ecosystem services, and environmental justice—and understand the relationships
Come to learn about where, when, and what is being voted on this Midterm Election!
Refreshments are provided!
Location: Gardner Commons, RM 4540
Date: Wednesday, October 24th 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
The ENVST offices have moved!!! Our new location is: Gardner Commons Bldg, Room 4540...Come
EnviroClub Meetings: Gardner Commons room 4490, Mondays 6:30 PM
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that includes volunteer times.
Volunteer Opportunity - Trail & Improvement work - Salt Lake Climbers Alliance
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College of Social and Behavioral Science