GGR223H1: Environment, Society and Resources (formerly GGR222H1)

Hours: 
24L/6T

Focuses on society-environment relations and different approaches to resource governance and management. This includes exploration of the spatial, social, and political economic origins and implications of humans' changing relations to nature. Drawing on debates from environmental governance and political ecology literatures, the course also investigates the ways that different actors and institutions have framed and sought solutions to environmental and resource challenges.

Exclusion: 

GGR222H1/​GGR222Y1/​GGR233Y1/​JGE221Y1/​ENV222Y1/​ENV222H1 (if ENV222H1 was taken before 2012-13)

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)