Sociology of Climate Change and Environment
Engages sociological explanations of the causes of environmental destruction but with a focus on sociological analyses of grassroots and other efforts at solutions and alternatives. These will include social movements around environmental justice, climate change and climate justice, alternative and diverse economies including food sovereignty, fair trade and ethical consumption, and ecological feminisms.
- 1.5 units of 300- or 400-level SOCI course; or
- permission of the department.