Sustainability: Personal Choices, Broad Impacts

Kristi Straus’s popular class on sustainability gives students an introspective look at how they contribute to the waste stream, via personal habits, consumption and daily resource use. Her course is offered in the Autumn, Winter and Summer quarters. Kristi is a recent recipient of UW’s Distinguished Teaching Award and is leading a flipped classroom study abroad experience in China as part of this sustainability course.

The course is a featured class on the College of the Environment‘s site. Read more and consider signing up for Autumn quarter while spots are still open.

ENVIR 239: Sustainability: Personal Choices, Broad Impacts – Present frameworks of sustainability and learn about the history of sustainability. Experience sustainability in action and learn how your personal choices impact the world.

 

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