Summer 2012 quarter
- Paul Pickett water resources engineering
- Fields of Study
- agriculture, ecology and environmental studies
The United Nations has declared the access to affordable, clean water to be a human right. Yet around the world billions of people cannot exercise this right. In addition people in the developing world often face challenges of drought, floods, and degradation of aquatic ecosystem services. This class explores the challenges of water in developing countries, emerging issues, and potential solutions. Issues to be explored include Integrated Water Resource Management, governance, privatization, gender equality, social justice, climate change, water security, and appropriate technology.
- Advertised Schedule
- 6-10p Mon/Wed (Jun. 25 - Jul. 25)
- Campus Location
- Online Learning
- Enhanced Online Learning
- Greener Store
- Upper Division Science Credit
- It is possible to arrange for work toward the award of two (2) upper-division science credits.
- Offered During
|June 4th, 2012||This course replaces the Global Water Issues and El Salvador Field Study program.|