This emphasis explores how management techniques such as mitigation, restoration,
and planning are informed by ecological, cultural, and social understandings.
This emphasis explores complex relationships associated with food, including demands
on the global ecosystem, health, and well-being of diverse communities, and the ways
that bioregionalism can build more resilient populations.
This emphasis focuses on the challenges of sustaining good quality air and water,
the influence of degraded resources, and options for maintaining clean air and water.
This emphasis utilizes a transdisciplinary approach to help students better understand
education and social change in the context of social, political, economic, and ethical
dimensions of socio-ecological systems.