Integrated Environmental Systems II - NRES 802 - A1
This course exposes the student to the major extant theoretical explanations of human use, valuation, appreciation, and perceptions of the natural environment. Included will be overviews of the role of science in society, market and non-market valuation processes with respect to natural resources, attitude formation, aesthetics and perceptual bases, planning and policy implications, and the driving forces in human uses of natural resources. An important component will be an exploration of the major natural resource issues involving environmental ethics and reasoning.
Campus:   Prince George
Schedule Type:  Lecture
Instructional Method: Face to Face
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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