About the ENST Major
Whether your interests are in understanding the science of climate change, developing policy to mitigate environmental degradation, or working toward just and equitable solutions, there is a place for you!
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Study the anthropogenic drivers of environmental change from an interdisciplinary and historical perspective to make sense of pressing socio-ecological issues and movements.
What is the Green New Deal, and how does it seem to transform environmental governance? In this course, we will explore key readings on the Green New Deal, and explore its connection to the original New Deal.
This course is an introduction to hydrology, geochemistry, and management for natural systems and human needs. Lectures will focus on understanding the hydrologic cycle, how water flows, and the many ways in which this water is threatened
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellows are a distinguished group of scientists, engineers and innovators who have been recognized for their achievements across disciplines, from research, teaching, and technology, to administration in academia, industry and government, to excellence in communicating and interpreting science to the public.
The Jan E. Dizard Prize in Environmental Studies, established on the occasion of his retirement, honors Professor Dizard for his role in founding the department. It is awarded to members of the graduating class who, in the opinion of the Environmental Studies department, exemplify academic excellence in the field of environmental studies. See the student awardees.