Human Dimensions of Global Warming
Description: Human dimensions of global environmental change: human causes;
human adaptations; and policy implications of global warming
Prerequisites: EARTH 2, GEOG 10 or METEO 3; GEOG 30N
Writing-intensive course that concentrates on the human-environment interactions
involved in contemporary and future global warming
They go both ways.
Learn more about what I expect and what you can expect in this short video.
By the end of our semester, you will have broad understanding of the human dimensions of global warming, better writing ability, and improved critical reading skills. We're going to be busy!
Putting the ‘W’ in 438W
Assignments and Grading
A- | 89.5 - 92.49
B+ | 86.5 - 89.49
B | 82.5 - 86.49
B- | 79.5 - 82.49
C+ | 76.5 - 79.49
C | 69.5 - 76.49
D | 59.5 - 69.49
F | 0 - 59.49