Local Peoples and International Conservation

ENR 5480
Uses interdisciplinary thinking to explore the global environmental crises and the conflicts between indigenous/local peoples, conservationists, and policy makers regarding natural resource use. The course examines biodiversity conservation, protected areas, community-based conservation, global inequities, environmental history and politics, and sustainable development.
Course Level: 
Graduate
Undergraduate
Unit(s): 
3.0
Semesters Offered: 
Spring 2019
Current Instructors: 
Instruction Modes: 
In Person
Campuses: 
Columbus