Share on facebook
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Climate Change: Impacts and adaptations

Challenges and adaptation

overview

This course introduces understanding climate change, its causes, consequences, and the effects on natural populations of plants and animals across the planet, including humans. Humanity is facing several problems due to climate change, and these effects may likely increase soon. As temperatures keep increasing, producing significant effects on all habitat types, how can animals and plants adapt to such rapid changes? Moreover, what are we as humans responsible for global warming are dealing with it? Can we answer these questions? Do we know to reverse the ongoing conditions, and if so, what is being done worldwide? Finally, how is the “political weather” addressing climate change?

Code

ENV 3740

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer II

credit

4 credits / 60 contact hours

fees

Contact us for information on course tuition

X

Information

OTHER COURSES YOU MIGHT LIKE

Tropical Marine Biology

This hands-on science field course highlights the importance of tropical marine biology...

Learn More

Biodesign Short Term Program

This hands-on, interdisciplinary course introduces biomimicry as a discipline to learn from...

Learn More

Human Rights & Social Work

Research key challenges and opportunities associated with self-esteem, self-care, selfconfidence and self-discipline,...

Learn More

Education: Primary School

Plan/assist with recreational and teaching activities. For specific information and requirements for...

Learn More