Fundamentals of Environmental Science (ENVS*1100)
Code and section: ENVS*1100*01
Instructor: Shelley Hunt
This course introduces students to what it means to think critically from an environmental sciences perspective. It covers an introduction to: philosophy of science, philosophy of the environment, the evaluation of scientific evidence, and scientific arguments. The course focuses on how we understand and recognize environmental problems, how we decide what to do about them, and what role science can and should play in these discussions.
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